The wife of the president will visit Arapaho High School in Centennial the morning of Wednesday, June 20. It is likely that Michelle Obama will be touting her husband's purported accomplishments in an effort to calm the proverbial waters in the tempestuous swing-state of Colorado.

With a Supreme Court decision on Obamacare expected at any time, Obama's Attorney General, Eric Holder on the hot-seat in the House Oversight Committee, a disastrous political month for the president, and a dismal economic outlook, Mrs. Obama is touring the country in an effort to shore up the Liberal base.  

It is expected that there will be a large number of protesters at the event tomorrow morning in Centennial. Americans for Prosperity is calling on concerned people in the area to meet Mrs. Obama and her entourage and send a message to her husband that “the middle class is not doing just fine.” 

The event will be held at Arapaho High School, 2201 East Dry Creek Rd. (at the corner of Dry Creek and University). The First Lady is expected to speak at around 10:30 a.m. If you're interested in attending this event you may want to arrive around 8:00 to ensure that you get a good seat.