Skip to comments.Michelle Obama welcomes rapper to White House who called for burning of George Bush
Posted on 05/10/2011 1:10:08 AM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
First Lady Michelle Obama has invited a rapper who called for the burning of George Bush to perform at the White House.
Lonnie Rashid Lynn Jr, who uses the stage name Common, will be welcomed at an event celebrating American poetry on Wednesday.
He is expected to take part in rap workshops with schoolchildren in the afternoon before performing in the evening.
In footage on YouTube he is seen calling for the burning of the former president.
Burn a Bush cos for peace he no push no button, the hip-hop artist raps in one video, which has more than 800,000 views.
Other song lyrics reportedly include threats to shoot the police.
The controversial rapper hails from President Obamas hometown Chicago and has also rapped about the former Illinois senator.....
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an event celebrating American poetry
Burn a Bush cos for peace he no push no button,
Celebrating American illiteracy is more like it.
Not likely it will get a whole lot of play in the media.
Remember the good old days when first ladies use to promote stuff like March of dimes, say no to drugs and Unicef? Welcome to the modern day leftist, oh wait excuse me; the “progressive leftist” where we have now “progressed” to burning people and shooting cops.
Wednesday Night...that be Kobe and Wagu beef night at the White Hut...all the Dom and Hennessey yu can drink and Mo......and yes, you can take a go bag with ya...if the Lincoln crib is full up...
When I got my first racetrack job, I learned the racetracker’s ultimate insult, “common.” Example: “As common as cat shit.”
Common, vulgar, and ordinary mean derogatory connotations of cheapness or inferiority. Common applies to the opposite of what is exclusive or aristocratic. Vulgar properly means characteristic of common people; it connotes low taste, coarseness, the vulgar view of things; vulgar in manners and speech. Ordinary refers to what is to be expected in the usual order of things; it means average or below average: “That is a high price for something of such ordinary quality.”
“rap workshops with schoolchildren”
Anyone else see the problem here? Wow.
So, who told Dawyne (The Rock) Johnson? How did he tweet about it so soon in the day on May 1st? Could the Birther circus and Trump’s personal destruction tour been all part of Obama’s pre-bin Laden blitz? The world has gone completely ape sh*t and the middle east is getting ready to pounce on Israel - no Osama picture required.
This is just shoving it in our face; there’s no other explanation. In ANY other administration, this would have been vetted and rejected as too controversial, but Moosechelle knows they can use the race card to deflect any criticism.
WTF? (And I ain't thinking "Win The Future")
I thought a mind was a terrible thing to waste.
This can only screw up any kid attending this...
Yet further proof that the nobama family are racist haters.
Party on, you grifters. The party will soon be over for you.
Come on, a little ebonics not going to hurt any child, sarcasm off now.
You don’t understand, Those rap workshops will be in DC Schools.
Quite possibly the worst school system in the country.
The good part is he won’t have to take any drugs to the school with him. He can buy all he needs right there.
Overlooking the Bush thing, is this really poetry? He doesn’t even use real words in his ‘poetry’.
That’s the way a lot of black people think.
47% illiteracy in Detroit? What a national shame.
My eyes are now bleeding!
Poetic license? I don't know, just guessin'
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