Skip to comments.Obama's "Gangland" - "Gangham" Style Christmas Party!
Posted on 12/10/2012 9:22:14 AM PST by NOBO2012
Quelle surprise! Lady M went classical for the Christmas in Washington celebration party last night! Roman tunic style.
(snip)likely it was inspired by Quo Vadis:
(snip)Anyway, it was another great holiday extravaganza. (snip)with The Christmas Song performed by the man-of-the-moment, South Korean Neon-rapper PSY.
(snip)Some people considered it inappropriate for him to perform(snip)due to the "inflammatory and inappropriate language" he used during anti-U.S. protests(snip)
Then I found out that he went to college in the U.S. say no more - he gets a pass. He must have learned his history and grievance politics right here in the good old USA; so naturally he hates everything American.Everything, that is, except for the wealth one can accumulate from the American buying public(snip)
I wonder if PSY, son of Park Won-Ho, executive chairman of DI Corporation, a manufacturer of semiconductors, and by any standard a child of privilege was ever schooled on the American role in South Koreas history. Does he even know that-butt for the sacrifice of American blood there would be no South Korea? No DI Corporation, no Gangham Style? No PSY?
As night falls, a satellite view of North and South Korea demonstrates the difference between capitalism and communism.
So Merry Gang-land style Christmas America: from that little horses arse,
all of his little virtual horseback riding clones,
and the horse he rode in on...Continued
(Excerpt) Read more at michellesmirror.com ...
It’s Gangnam, not Gangham.
I believe it's spelled "Gangnam", which is one of the districts of Seoul, South Korea.
How come every time I see a pic of MO, I think of the 1970’s East German womens swim team?
After hearing about the Koreans anti American rant, I’m sure Obama likes him even more! Probably give him a cabinet position.
The Emperess has new clothes. How could she have missed the irony in her choice of a Christmas outfit? Beyond tacky!
The Romans celebrated Christmas, with lions.
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