Let me open by admitting that I'm surprised this story isn't getting more traction in certain circles.
Have you heard that Malia Obama, the president’s daughter, is reportedly spending her spring break in Oaxaca, Mexico? Allegedly, she’s jetting off with some of her classmates and 25 Secret Service agents to a country that the State Department has said all Americans should avoid. But something is different about the latest “Obama vacation controversy:” references to it are disappearing from the Internet — and fast.Couldn't find anything about this on Fox News, for example! OMG, FOX NEWS IS IN ON IT!
It's not like it's a big secret though, because the President commented about Malia's being okay after the Mexican earthquake. And the press secretary released a statement that they did ask the news media to "not to report on or photograph the Obama children when they are not with their parents and there is no vital news interest."
So people who are raising a fuss about this either think that the American people have a right to know what Malia is up to, or they think that the press who cooperates with this request are in the pocket of the Obama Administration. However as I said, this isn't getting a lot of traction so it seems that most people think it's reasonable to keep our noses out of the Obama children's lives. Which means, I guess, that most people are reasonable.
I can live with that.