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On Tuesday, Ann Barnhardt posted a three-part post about rap hip/hop — “On the Rap/Hip-Hop Culture (Part 1) Repost” — prefaced with a note to the “First Lady”.
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The reposting of this essay inspired by Michelle Obama inviting a “rapper” to perform at a “poetry” event at the White House. The rapper, Common, is a filth monger very similar to the rapper cited below, L’il Wayne.
Hey Michelle, your taste in music is despicable and you need to keep your filthy, degenerate rap-trash friends out of the People’s House. And don’t you dare tell me that I simply don’t understand “your culture”. I understand “your culture” completely. It is rotten to the bone and satanic to the core. The race card has been officially maxed-out, Michelle. You have cowed good, decent people of all colors and races in this country for decades into tolerating filth and evil in our culture. But that era is over now, Hon. We have had enough, and WE WILL NOT BE COWED AND INTIMIDATED ANY LONGER. We are here, we never left, and we are mad as hell, so you and your filth-peddling friends better step back. And take your Godforsaken rap noise back to the gutter where it belongs.
The following day on Wednesday morning, we awoke to find this on the front page of the Drudge Report:
The invitation of rapper Common to the White House this week is drawing the ire of the union representing New Jersey state police.
While even casual hip-hop fans wouldn’t characterize him as a controversial rapper, Common found himself under the microscope after First Lady Michelle Obama invited him to the White House for an arts event. In question: the lyrics to “A Song for Assata,” about convicted cop-killer and former Black Panther Assata Shakur.
FOX News and Sarah Palin condemned the decision after the Daily Caller published some of Common’s lyrics, including some that criticize former President George W. Bush.
For New Jersey police, the outrage centers on “A Song for Assata” lyrics like “Your power and pride is beautiful. May God bless your soul.”
Shakur, formerly known as Joanne Chesimard, was convicted for the 1973 slaying of Trooper Werner Foerster on the New Jersey Turnpike. She escaped prison in 1979, and is living in asylum in Cuba.
“The young people who read this stuff, hear this stuff, are getting a very dangerous and deadly message,” said David Jones, president of the State Troopers Fraternal Association union.
The White House persisted. Cop-killer glorifier “Common” performed there last night. Guess the Obamas think cop killers are OK. The Obamas endorsed this POS. What does that say about them?
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