Skip to comments.Michelle Obama, Bill Clinton nominated for Grammys
Posted on 12/06/2012 1:33:51 PM PST by Sub-Driver
Michelle Obama, Bill Clinton nominated for Grammys By Alicia M. Cohn - 12/06/12 03:58 PM ET
First lady Michelle Obama and former President Clinton will be competing for music's top prize next year both have been nominated for a Grammy in the spoken-word-album category.
The first lady is nominated for her first book, American grown, and Clinton for his fourth, Back To work: Why we need smart government for a strong economy.
The competition will also be a rematch of sorts for the first lady and Ellen DeGeneres, following their friendly push-up competition. DeGeneres is nominated for her book, Seriously... I'm kidding. Other nominees are MSNBC's Rachel Maddow for Drift: The unmooring of American military power and singer Janis Ian for Society's child: My autobiography.
While they would not be competing in the same category, the first lady did beat out big-name artists such as Justin Bieber, Nicki Minaj and One Direction, who were all snubbed by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences.
The 2013 Grammy awards show will air Feb. 10, 2013.
Defcon 5 Barf Alert on this one...
More deserved than Obama’s Nobel prize.
Conservatives need not apply.
Agreed. It is “worthless nonsense”. However, how in the Sam HIll does Mooshelle beat out other “big-name artists” is she isn’t in the same category? If they are not nominated, then how can she beat the out?
“While they would not be competing in the same category, the first lady did beat out big-name artists such as Justin Bieber, Nicki Minaj and One Direction, who were all snubbed by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences.”
The moocher probably had someone else write what she read. She is the ultimate untalented, affirmative-action, equal-opportunity “Worst Lady”. She is insufferable and...subhuman.
Rush releases their best album in over 20 years and get zero nominations....AGAIN. Yet these assholes get nominations over and over.
Grammys like the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame are totally worthless.
For over 20 years, the spoken word category in the Grammy’s has been used to reward a person’s politics and NOT the merit of the recording.
Jesse Jackass, Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, Al Gore, Jimmy Carter, Barack Obama, Maya Angelou, et al have won Grammys.
So did Milli Vannili.
This is why the recording industry sucks rotten eggs.
I remember when it was proclaimed that Chelsea Clinton was the most beautiful woman in the world! Aren’t we lucky to have such people as the Clintons and the Obamas in our lives? /s
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She “beat” them because she was nominated and they weren’t. It’s confusing because it’s really, really stupid. I guess Michelle Obama beat Kobe Bryant and Winston Churchill by that logic, too.
Gag me, gag me ...
They ought to get a rag and hang me ...
High from the highest tree, Obama, you piss off ... ME!
Past winners in this fraudulent category:
2012 - Betty White for If You Ask Me (And Of Course You Won’t)
Nominees included Tina Fey
2011 - Jon Stewart for The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Presents Earth (The Audiobook)
2010 - Michael J. Fox for Always Looking Up
2009 - Beau Bridges, Cynthia Nixon and Blair Underwood for An Inconvenient Truth: The Planetary Emergency of Global Warming and What We Can Do About It by Al Gore
2008 - Barack Obama and Jacob Bronstein (producer) for The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream
2007 (tie) - Jimmy Carter for Our Endangered Values: America’s Moral Crisis
2007 (tie) - Ossie Davis & Ruby Dee for With Ossie and Ruby: In This Life Together (Tie)
2006 - Barack Obama for Dreams from My Father
2005 - Bill Clinton for My Life
2004 - Al Franken & Paul Ruben (producer) for Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them: A Fair and Balanced Look at the Right
2003 - Maya Angelou & Charles B. Potter (producer) for A Song Flung Up to Heaven
2002 - Quincy Jones & Jeffrey S. Thomas, Steven Strassman (engineers) & Elisa Shokoff (producer) for Q: The Autobiography of Quincy Jones
2001 - Sidney Poitier & Rick Harris, John Runnette (producers) for The Measure of a Man: A Spiritual Autobiography
2000 - LeVar Burton for The Autobiography of Martin Luther King, Jr.
1999 - Christopher Reeve for Still Me
1998 - Charles Kuralt for Charles Kuralt’s Spring
1997 - Hillary Rodham Clinton for It Takes a Village
1996 - Maya Angelou for Phenomenal Woman
1995 - Henry Rollins for Get in the Van
1994 - Maya Angelou for On the Pulse of Morning
1993 - Earvin “Magic” Johnson & Robert O’Keefe for What You Can Do to Avoid AIDS
1992 - Ken Burns for The Civil War
1991 - George Burns for Gracie - A Love Story
1990 - Gilda Radner for It’s Always Something
1989 - Jesse Jackson for Speech by Rev. Jesse Jackson
1988 - Garrison Keillor for Lake Wobegon Days
And Hollywood bitches about the blacklisting of Communists who sought the end of the American Way.
There exists an idealogical blacklist today that is not even discussed. And it wins them elections because the populace is unaware they are being programmed infotainment from a leftist echo chamber.
They deserve it. Best rendition of the “Same Old Song and Dance” I’ve ever heard.
What a list of FREAKS!!!!!!!
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