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Kansas House Speaker Mike O’Neal apologized for forwarding an email that referred to First Lady Michelle Obama as “Mrs. Yo’ Mama.”

The email featured a photo of Michelle Obama juxtaposed with an image of the cartoon character “The Grinch” with the subject line reading “Twins separated at birth?” Written in the email was: “I’m sure you’ll join me in wishing Mrs. YoMama a wonderful, long Hawaii Christmas vacation — at our expense, of course”

O’Neal forwarded the email to several of his Republican colleagues in the Kansas House, adding his own words, “Sorry, just had to forward the latest holiday message! I’ve had worse hair days but this is pretty funny.”

The Huffington Post reports:

He said Thursday he was sorry to those he offended, adding that he missed the text in the body of the email. He said, however, that the picture “made me laugh.” Earlier his communications director defended him, saying that political cartoons are a “part of American culture.”

Read More At The Huffington Post

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