Sunday, August 3, 2008

Why You Should Never Ask A Rapper About Politricks: Exhibit L

This is complete B.S. How in the ham sammich can some people be calling Chris Bridges the 2nd Coming of Rebb'n Wright?

I'm not the biggest Ludacris fan, but come on, you gotta admit this freestyle kinda knocks. Yeah, he stole that beat from Young Buck, but then again, who hasn't?

Many conservatives are saying that by aligning himself with such a vile rapper, Obama subscribes to this train of thought as well. That has to be the dumbest thing I've heard in quite some time. Now, anyone who just happens to be Black and says something remotely greasy about McCain is racist? Pot, meet kettle.

Besides, if Obama automatically was connected in thought to each person he's taken a photo with or accepted a donation from, then I guess I better brace myself for the inevitable bus throw too. Not that I'd blame Obama, nor will Ludacris (hopefully) either. We all know The Game. It's hard, but it's fair. Luda did Barry no favors with this ill timed freestyle, but then again he's entitled to his ill timed opinion, no?

I thought this was America, people! Isn't Ludacris protected by the Freedom of Speech that conservatives love so much? And if that's not the case, and every supporter makes a person guilty by proxy, then why don't we start connecting McCain to all the dumb crap Sean Hannity, Bill O'Reilly, and Fox News have said? You and I know the answer of course.

Nas, you might wanna prepare yourself Buddy. You're the next contestant on Let's Throw A Rapper Under The Greyhound, and the current contestant on Why You Should Never Ask A Rapper About Politricks.

Question: Does Ludacris have a right to speak his own mind, or should he have laid low until November 5th?

Ludacris Obama Video Denounced [HuffPost]

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