There’s no way I’d ever run for public office. Â Ok, maybe I would just out of spite, but I’d never do it with any illusions about my electibility. Â I seems political success is somehow tied to likability, which disqualifies me. Â But just in case I do run, here’s a little head start for my opponents in case the campaign goes negative.
And if I get my way, it will go negative. Â
I’ve taken a page out of Stephen Littau’s book and written a negative campaign against myself based on past blog posts.
Sadcox…he seems like a nice enough guy, but have you looked at where he stands on the issues?
Sadcox has as considered raising his own children based on recommendations of an aged and addled Rock Star. Â Sadcox is in favor of deregulation of PIMPS and has counseled and encouraged unwed single mothers to break up marriages. Â His gambling problem runs so deep that he’s wagered furniture on the results of a basketball game.
And what about education? Â Sadcox has called some school administrators “turds”, and has referred to children who participate in fund raisers as “beggars”. Â He’s in favor of eliminating all federal funding for education, and has the audacity to mentionÂ Shakespeare and Tupac Shakur together.
Not only that…(dramatic pause)
Sadcox calls Social Security a ponzi scheme.
In these uncertain times, can you really afford a leader who is willing to trust you with your own money? Â Do you feel comfortable risking your safety by voting for someone who has enough beezwax of his own to worry about yours?
Vote for someone who is willing to take responsibilty so that you don’t have to. Â Vote for the other guy.
This was a very theraputic experience, and I recommend all of you give it a shot as well.
A lot of people are worried about these unstable financial times. A few years ago Dave Chappelle tried to help America, but I’m not sure how many people listened. I don’t think you have to be down with the Wu to understand how funny this is, but references to the Ol’ Dirty Bastard help if you know a little something about him (or Dirt McGirt). We can only speculate as to why he wasn’t able to be at the conference.
Green. Get the money. Dollar dollar bill ya’ll.
It seems like the biggest difference between has been rockers and has been rappers is how they get involved with drugs after their careers or over.Â Old rockers go to rehab.Â Old rappers start slingin’.
Warren G. got busted this morning for possession with intent to sell.Â Actually, that sounds a little like a stretch.Â I’m sure Warren G. and his companion weren’t actually intending to sell any of this.Â It was early in the morning when they were arrested…I’m sure they hadn’t been awake long enough to consume the product down to a simple possession charge.
The sad thing is, this isn’t really hip hop, and that’s at least one side of the point of this clip. As the “rapper” states at the beginning of the song, there’s no way to go platinum doing songs with hooks and concepts.
I was listening to the Old School Rap channel on cable the other night. I can’t believe how bland and boring rap has become in comparison to the old stuff. I thought new country was bad until I compared old and new rap.
Anyway, enjoy the video and its social commentary. There’s actually a point if you understand that this is satire.
Not safe for work, at least at most jobs.