MTV Dude to Obama: Why Should We Vote You Back In?

October 15, 2010

In what may be one of the best examples we’ve seen thus far that he’s losing his juice, Obama actually got grilled by an MTV crowd. MTV for Pete’s sake! After seeing this clip, here’s a hint of what you’re reaction will be: Adam Hunter for President, 2035.


Rock The Vote: Stop Fucking People Who Are Opposed to ObamaCare…

December 19, 2009

I guess I’m not getting laid…


Rock The Vote: Stop Fucking People Who Are Opposed to ObamaCare…

December 19, 2009

I guess I’m not getting laid…


Obama’s peeps never bothered to change the name of the image… which was dated!

December 3, 2009

according to the Canada Free Press:

“Party Crashers” had five-year relationship with Obama before state dinner

While the big gun media and American Secret Service are out there investigating “party crashers” Tareq and Michaele Salahi, no one’s telling the truth: Obama knew the Salahis when he was still an Illinois senator.

Polo Contacts Worldwide could make it easy for the investigating Secret Service by brown-enveloping them this picture:

The picture is from Polo Contacts Worldwide, which ran the picture on November 26, 2008 under the headline:

Americas Polo Cup Pre-Event – Invite Only – with President Elect Obama and Black Eyed Peas

According to Canada Free Press, this picture was taken while Obama was still just Senator–back in June 2005. So how does CFP know that the Polo Contacts site has it wrong?

This is where reading The Da Vinci Code comes in handy–if you go to that page on PCW and right-click on the image and save the image to your desktop, the name of the image is: ROCKTHEVOTEJune82005014.jpg

And yes, Obama and The Black Eyed Peas–with whom he is pictured above–were at the Rock The Vote Awards that year.

so obviously the party crasher had an older relationship with Obama then what was claimed.

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Obama’s peeps never bothered to change the name of the image… which was dated!

December 3, 2009

according to the Canada Free Press:

“Party Crashers” had five-year relationship with Obama before state dinner

While the big gun media and American Secret Service are out there investigating “party crashers” Tareq and Michaele Salahi, no one’s telling the truth: Obama knew the Salahis when he was still an Illinois senator.

Polo Contacts Worldwide could make it easy for the investigating Secret Service by brown-enveloping them this picture:

The picture is from Polo Contacts Worldwide, which ran the picture on November 26, 2008 under the headline:

Americas Polo Cup Pre-Event – Invite Only – with President Elect Obama and Black Eyed Peas

According to Canada Free Press, this picture was taken while Obama was still just Senator–back in June 2005. So how does CFP know that the Polo Contacts site has it wrong?

This is where reading The Da Vinci Code comes in handy–if you go to that page on PCW and right-click on the image and save the image to your desktop, the name of the image is: ROCKTHEVOTEJune82005014.jpg

And yes, Obama and The Black Eyed Peas–with whom he is pictured above–were at the Rock The Vote Awards that year.

so obviously the party crasher had an older relationship with Obama then what was claimed.


Rock The Vote ….Blech

May 13, 2008

Politics and the Rock or Pop Star. In 2004 “Rock the Vote”, was supposed to bring out the Democrats. Puff Daddy and others in a music video like shoot and promotion were supposed to bring out the young set. Unfortunately the group failed to do segment marketing to figure out who the actual viewers on youth Television were. “Rock the Vote” ended up bringing more conservatives to the polls then otherwise, and while they watched P Diddy they certainly didn’t take his politics as they’re own. In what should of been an easy election for Kerry (between being funded by George Soros and Bush’s stolen election accusations) It ended up being a loss because the entertainment industry forgot they’re own bullshit. Youth voting has actually declined since “Rock the Vote” has been in existence. Only in 1992 did youth voting increase upward from its continuing downward descent, but so did all other age groups that year. Voter turnout among 18-24 year-olds was around 45% in 1990, Rock the Vote’s first year in business, but by 2000, this age group was voting in the range of 38%. There were about 27 million young people aged 18-24 in 1990 and around 29 million in 2000. That means around 11 million young people voted in 2000, and 12.1 million young people voted in 1990, for a net loss of one million young voters. “Rock the Vote” claims that in 1992 it registered 350,000 young people and help lead over two million new young voters to the polls and that these young people reversed a 20-year cycle of declining participation with a 20 percent increase in youth turnout compared to the previous Presidential election.  Statistics show that Rock the Vote likely rode a statistical blip, as overall turnout was higher among all age groups that year. In 1996, “Rock the Vote” claimed to register 500,000 new voters, still short of what it was losing over time. Conservatives watch television and are generally more inclined to be (so called) culturally hip then the cultural elite. The media often doesn’t realize what kind of jaded sarcastic people might actually watch a broadcast. It doesn’t seem Obama and Obama girl learned any lessons here. Cooler then thou tactics might work a little in a primary to shock people into knowing your name, but the end result in a general election will be disgust.

rockthevote.com


Rock The Vote ….Blech

May 13, 2008

Politics and the Rock or Pop Star. In 2004 “Rock the Vote”, was supposed to bring out the Democrats. Puff Daddy and others in a music video like shoot and promotion were supposed to bring out the young set. Unfortunately the group failed to do segment marketing to figure out who the actual viewers on youth Television were. “Rock the Vote” ended up bringing more conservatives to the polls then otherwise, and while they watched P Diddy they certainly didn’t take his politics as they’re own. In what should of been an easy election for Kerry (between being funded by George Soros and Bush’s stolen election accusations) It ended up being a loss because the entertainment industry forgot they’re own bullshit. Youth voting has actually declined since “Rock the Vote” has been in existence. Only in 1992 did youth voting increase upward from its continuing downward descent, but so did all other age groups that year. Voter turnout among 18-24 year-olds was around 45% in 1990, Rock the Vote’s first year in business, but by 2000, this age group was voting in the range of 38%. There were about 27 million young people aged 18-24 in 1990 and around 29 million in 2000. That means around 11 million young people voted in 2000, and 12.1 million young people voted in 1990, for a net loss of one million young voters. “Rock the Vote” claims that in 1992 it registered 350,000 young people and help lead over two million new young voters to the polls and that these young people reversed a 20-year cycle of declining participation with a 20 percent increase in youth turnout compared to the previous Presidential election. Statistics show that Rock the Vote likely rode a statistical blip, as overall turnout was higher among all age groups that year. In 1996, “Rock the Vote” claimed to register 500,000 new voters, still short of what it was losing over time. Conservatives watch television and are generally more inclined to be (so called) culturally hip then the cultural elite. The media often doesn’t realize what kind of jaded sarcastic people might actually watch a broadcast. It doesn’t seem Obama and Obama girl learned any lessons here. Cooler then thou tactics might work a little in a primary to shock people into knowing your name, but the end result in a general election will be disgust.

rockthevote.com