The Hip-Hop President

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Wazzup, President Obama? You’ve got room on your schedule to schmooze hip-hop radio DJs, debate Nicki Minaj’s rap lyrics, hobnob with big donor celebs Jay-Z and Beyonce, and hang with Hollywood gossip TV anchors. _

We see your passion on the golf course, basketball court and beach. We see you late night on Letterman and Leno. We see your boundless energy on the campaign trail. We see your Twitter donation solicitations from dusk till dawn.

But when it comes time to play leader of the free world in times of international crisis, it’s “see ya, wouldn’t wanna be ya.” He’s all swag, no cattle.

I know I’m not the only one who was flabbergasted by Obama’s bloodless Rose Garden appearance following the planned two-part 9/11/12 jihadi attacks on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, which resulted in the deaths of four Americans, including U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens.

Late as usual, the president ambled up to the podium 15 minutes behind schedule on Wednesday morning. Teleprompter-less, he spent the majority of his fleeting five-and-a-half-minute appearance with eyes downcast on his script.

With a grim Secretary of State Hillary Clinton looking over his shoulder, Obama delivered a flat, obligatory tribute to the murdered Americans. And then he read these words, drained of any iota of outrage, as if reading a local weather forecast. Or a fifth-grade book report. Or a dinner menu:

“The United States condemns (pauses, looks down) in the strongest terms (pauses) this outrageous and shocking attack (monotone). We’re working with the government of Libya to secure our diplomats. I’ve also directed my administration to increase our security at diplomatic posts around the world.”

Punctuated with noncommittal “uhs” and a pedestrian lilt, he read some more:

“And make no mistake (eyes looking down). Uh. We will work with the Libyan government to bring to justice the killers who attacked our people (eyes down, flipping page).”

In a bland and unconvincing recitation, Obama stated perfunctorily: “No acts of terror will ever shake the resolve of this great nation, alter that character or eclipse the light of the values that we stand for.” Looking down at his script again, he hurried along: “We will not waver in our commitment to see that justice is done for this terrible act.

And make no mistake, justice will be done.”

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  • onlooker

    michele gets it,
    met an elderly couple from philadelphia, they don't get it.
    this election is very interesting
    America is it tipping?
    keep it up michele
    and pray, pray for america

  • kafir4life

    Stinky (BO) is a disgrace.

  • oldtimer

    Isaiah 3:4 "I will give children to be their princes, and babes shall rule over them."

  • Schlomotion

    This was not a very substantial article at all. It did try to make use of Hip Hop, though.
    Here's some Good Hip Hop! Michelle Malkin and Jim Hoft, Gateway Goofball, aka FPM's ObamaYoMoma in their own Rap video.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KEWDcoiqJNA

    Disclaimer: No neoconservative impresarios were harmed in the making of this video, not even in the Daniel Greenfield / Sultan Knish style still image. So, don't go attacking the Rap Consulate and asphyxiating Dead Prez.

    • Rifleman

      "This was not a very substantial article at all." – Lol, yet here you are.

  • Bluffcreek1967

    It's very evident that President Obama is detached, emotionally or otherwise, from the real concerns facing our country (e.g., illegal immigration, the growing threat of Islam, the deficit). Time after time, when it concerns the death of Americans at the hands of Muslims, matters related to the strength and morale of our military, or issues connected to American exceptionalism, President Obama shows disinterest and apathy. It's apparent in his expressions, his voice, including his lax and apathetic attitude. He often looks like he's just going through the motions unless it's over something related to his 'cool' image or his adoring fanbase. But what else should we expect from a man who is deeply narcissistic?

    As troubling as it may sound, I think President Obama is one of the 'enemies within.' He deeply resents our country – namely, the America that many of us grew up in. If Obama is given a second term, he will be even more brazen and disinterested. We will an American President say and do things we never even imagined.

  • BLJ

    Obama cool? Obama hip? Obama athletic?

    Please.

    This toad is an American hating wimp. I could whip his butt with both hands tied behind my back.

    Michelle is the one who be a beast to fight.

  • guest

    Look at Obama's 2009 speech in Cairo. "Hey! My two bit theater skills got my into the Whitehouse. Why not use them to fix Islamic terrorism? It's got to work!"

    3 years later we see 100,000 people dead, a Caliphate in Northern Africa and soon to be Syria, terror armies swarming like some zombie apocalypse, and possibly a nuclear Ayatollah.

    It very well could be these terror attacks have been provoked by the Ayatolla as justification to detonate a nuclear bomb. Terrorists attack embassies, US predictably increases presence, the Ayatollah conducts a test and detonates a nuclear bomb.

  • Misfit

    What is hard for me to belive that after everything that has transpired (in everything) and the damage that this person (Obama is not my leader) and his party has caused, the polls still show ahead and most likely will continue to be the POTUS . I am trying to prepare myself psychologically for the day after (the election) and face the fact and shock that he (PUTA Obama) will be re-elected again and the nightmare and descent of our country will continue. Like the Doors song "This is the end"

  • Ghostwriter

    Well,with what's been going on in the Middle East and the Muslim world in general,it seems that President Obama's reelection chances have just grown fainter.

  • Jaladhi

    Why do Americans still love this guy?? Either we are stupid or POTUS has divine powers. Ha, ha….LOL…

  • John_Kelly

    Hey guys why don't you give the President a break……after all he does the work of three men….. Larry, Moe and Curly Joe !!!!!!

  • Bartimaeus

    If Bill Clinton was the first black president, as we were told, then president Obama must be the first hip-hop president. It seems clear enough to me!

  • DrBukk

    Be of good cheer! Romney has changed his name to "Mitty Sent" and the latest polls are skyrocketing in his favor.

  • daimenicker

    "Make no mistake – justice will be done…"

    Translation: "We'll catch that who made that video and blame that poor bastard for the whole thing and bring him to justice – damn, you real Americans are some friggin' stupid. Where's my tickets for Vegas night…?"

  • Tanstaafl jw

    I thought it was all hat and no cattle.

  • semus

    I swear that man is laughing at anyone he thinks is stupid enough to love this country, their home.

  • Gwen

    Learn to write, Malkin, but first, try to bust out of adolescence. It's past time.