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O’REILLY AND FAUX NEWS JUMP BACK ON OBAMA’S JOHNSON

August 3, 2008

I love how Bill O’Reilly pretends to rock with Obama, but giving these people a platform to pop ish. One thing is for sure…it appears that Ludacris was seeking attention.

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  1. August 3, 2008 11:14 am

    disgusting….cant even watch past a minute, twelve. visual cancer. ugh. even after they’re propaganda has been exposed, they continue to air this edomite, albino coon…….can’t stand it.
    Bill O’Gay-ly has got to be the BIGGEST NIGGER IN THIS COUNTRY RIGHT NOW!!!
    ignant ass.

  2. MINDSLAVE permalink
    August 3, 2008 3:19 pm

    dude in the middle starts truth telling @6:38.

  3. August 3, 2008 9:48 pm

    way to hurt obama’s campaign luda

    crabs!!!!!!!!!

  4. Ohio Knight permalink
    August 3, 2008 10:34 pm

    Dont really like Bill but they on their speaking the truth! Obama has to account for everyone making racist statments while McCain does not have to account for KKK members poppin off! Ludacris is stupid for this….I;m listening to less and less hip hop everyday, I already cant stand most rappers as people.

  5. August 3, 2008 10:39 pm

    so are you comparing ludacris to the KKK?

    because that might not make a whole lot of sense for that argument as the same

    it makes no sense that luda did that song in regards to obama’s campaign.

  6. Big S permalink
    August 4, 2008 7:09 am

    Ok how many of you have listened to the song (it’s not that bad and over the years there have always been artist that express their political views with their music). But why does Obama have to be held accountable for every black person’s personal views. And let’s be honest many blue collar white male are going to listen to it too? So if Limp Bisket makes a song tomorrow endorsing McCain, should we say that this could be a deciding factor in who should lead our country? Hell no. This is just a chance for them to bring to light something that they know is going to put a negative spin on Obama’s run for the white house. They didn’t comment on Nas’s Black President. You know why they didn’t hear it, just like they did hear Luda’s song (some intern at the news station put them on it), you have 3 people commenting on something they know nothing about, so how can I respect anything taken from the view point of the ignorant. Stop falling for the spin doctors out there, they will have you turning mole hills into mountains. Don’t let them convince you that there is something wrong with Obama being seen a a black man first, that doesn’t mean he couldn’t be a fair and great president. Stick to the facts and don’t focus on the smoke and mirrors. And listen to “sly fox” maybe that can help you love hip hop again.

  7. caliwolf permalink
    August 4, 2008 7:11 am

    FIRST OFF! LMFAO @ whoopi kissing ol girl!

    NOW!

    o’reilly is a european elitist fear mongerer! these dudes are all about maintaining fear amongst us, the common folk. DO NOT BELIEVE THESE FOOLS OR ANYTHING ASSOCIATED WITH MAINSTREAM MEDIA!

    FOR ID RATHER EAT FROM MY OWN HANDS THAN THERES!

    LIVE LONG AND PROSPER ALL!

  8. August 4, 2008 11:35 am

    I bet that friends ad runs in a few weeks now.
    If Nas and some other people wouldn’t have been calling them racist at fox, they would have been still trying to hold Obama accountable for what Luda said but no they want to seem like they aren’t racist. Fox is horrible.

  9. August 4, 2008 11:38 am

    Hey! There is a music video on YouTube called “Obama Obama” – it’s a remake of a popular Lil’ Wayne, only this song that mentions all things involving Obama and his campaign. Not only is it hilarious, it’s also been getting heavy radio play nationwide, and has been downloaded thousands of times online!

    It’s a great political video, so check it out and send it to your friends:

    -A.P.T.

  10. August 4, 2008 3:18 pm

    sensitive thugs you all need hugs…..Jay-Z

  11. August 4, 2008 5:10 pm

    I have to go ahead and agree that Luda releasing this song only hurt Obama. He doesn’t need this type of negativity when the race is so close. This is a really sensitive time and everyone needs to be extremely careful of the words and actions they take until November.

    We need to represent the good in all, not put others down.

    Obama ’08!

  12. bknewstash permalink
    August 4, 2008 9:29 pm

    i agree with big S.listen to that sly fox!!!fucc fox 5

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