Let's review from the Washington Post:
... the firm assigned her to mentor a summer associate named Barack Obama ... His name struck her as odd, as did the fact that he had grown up in Hawaii. She assumed he would be "strange and overly intellectual" and that she would almost certainly dislike him... She often recounts how she resisted when Barack asked her out, saying in an interview that she felt it would be "tacky" if they started to date because they were "the only two black people" at the firm ... the impression that Michelle was pursuing Barack as much as he was pursuing her ... through the half-open door, she would see Barack, sitting on one corner of the desk.I cannot seem to figure out how a story of a woman in a position of authority over a young summer intern taking advantage and pursuing a sexual relationship with them is considered so heartwarming. In most companies, you'd get fired for this sort of behavior. In the Obama-mania-media, Sexual Harrassment and Inappropriate relations at work turns into a Fairy Tale, well, I guess that fits this campaign.
In Response to: No Means No.