Hashtag diplomacy is back, you guys. And this time, Michelle Obama is leading the charge:

Very disappointed. Just look how sad FLOTUS looks:

Poor, poor FLOTUS.

Of course she is. That’s how we know she, like Hillary Clinton, is super-serious about wanting to save the lives of hundreds of Nigerian schoolgirls kidnapped by radical Islamic terrorists.

https://twitter.com/ahgregs/status/464150687556071424

Surely a hashtag will tug at Boko Haram’s heartstrings, right?

https://twitter.com/ChrisBarnhart/status/464151254566854656

https://twitter.com/jrsalzman/status/464158149826854912

https://twitter.com/Matthops82/status/464152771630215168

What an absolute joke.

How far we’ve fallen.

https://twitter.com/daiyaane/status/464150558463766528

https://twitter.com/seattlecourtney/status/464158006477746176

Only a matter of time.

Pretty much, yeah:

Bingo. Guess what, FLOTUS and friends: Actions speak a whole lot louder than asinine hashtags.

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