Kerry whipped out a pathetically pandering line, saying, “I’m fascinated by rap and by hip-hop. I think there’s a lot of poetry in it. There’s a lot of anger, a lot of social energy in it, and I think you better listen to it pretty carefully because there’s — it’s important.” Just gag me with a spoon and end this! This is maximum pandering. It was a Sister Souljah moment that blew up. I mean, poetry? Quote some for us, senator.
Can’t you just see old J. F. Kerry and Teresa Heinz riding around in the Range Rover at one of their mansions with hip-hop playing? You really think Eminem is in their CD player right now? I mean, it’s one thing to say you like it, but to try to pass this off as something that you’ve intellectually examined and have assigned value to? Kerry also said he doesn?t like heavy metal, but I bet that it’s probably his anthem from the Vietnam era he’s stuck in.
It’s not even fun following these people anymore because I know what they’re going to do before they do it. Kerry couldn’t even name a hip-hop song. He could probably name a rapper or two, and that’s it. I wish he’d been asked to share some rap terminology. Another question: Kerry goes to church every now and then for photo-ops, but he only goes to black churches. Why is it that Democrat candidates only show up at black churches during the campaign, yet never step foot in one after they’re elected? I’ve answered my own question simply by asking it.
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