Welcome to the unabashed and often too snarky musings of a feminist not willing to settle for anything less than equality.
The first comment made (as I recall from watching the segment on TV) was that on one particular occasion the president was publicly corrected by his wife, he stopped and acknowledged her remark, and then went on with what he was saying, and the man telling this added something like, "And we all know what that's about." And they all laughed. Being a white woman, I did not get his point--was he saying "We black men all know how it feels to be corrected by our woman" (apparently unpleasant and all too common)? Or is it "about" something else that I didn't get?
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