Gun-totin', Chronic-smokin' Hearse Initiator (ludickid) wrote,
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In other news, John McCain has failed to denounce GG Allin

I'm surprised it's taken this long: jackass at Human Events demands that Barack Obama denounce all rappers.

Highlights:

- the author takes four whole paragraphs to refer to rap as 'music' (with quote marks)

- he pens this hilarious sentence: "His complicity with rappers dates back to at least 2006."

- he cites as evidence of hip-hop's misogyny a line from Jay-Z's "99 Problems" that is actually about men

- he refers to Q-Tip and Will.I.Am as "thugs"

- he wonders if any rappers have donated money to Obama, and then asks if Obama will return their possibly nonexistent money
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