With all that going on, she still found the time, on Feb 20, to appear on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, where, doing her best Marie Antoinette, she declared that it was "more important than ever for young people to sign up for Obamacare" (using the quaint euphemism "Affordable Care Act").
“A lot of young people think they’re invincible. But the truth is young people are knuckleheads. They’re the ones who are cooking for the first time and slice their finger open. They’re dancing on the bar stool.”America owes its very existence to the contributions of young people. Here's a very short list of examples:
The average age of American soldiers in every major conflict since the Revolution has ranged between 19-22 years of age. In WWII alone, 418,000 Americans died in battle. The average age of those killed was between 20-23.
The youngest signer of the Declaration of Independence was Thomas Lynch at age 26. He was commissioned a Company Commander in the South Carolina regiment in 1775, and was elected a Delegate to the Continental Congress shortly after.
He believed in America's youth. I think he saw the Obama's coming.