World's 10 most powerful women 2013
Forbes presents its annual ranking of the women making the biggest difference in the realms of politics, business, finance, entertainment and philanthropy.
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The only thing Michelle OBAMA is known for is her spend thrift ways to use the TAXPAYERS money for elaborate vacations for her and her whole family and his as well, her purchase of a $45,000 bracelet and a $7500 top. They have raped the American TAXPAYER nothing about her impresses me and she is nothing to be celebrated.
Regular people affect hundreds and thousands. To be the MOST influential I would expect someone to affect MILLIONS for GOOD. As for Obama..... read the other comments.
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