Boom. Tiger Uppercut.

Calling for political unity, President Barack Obama declared to the GOP-controlled Congress that he has "no more campaigns to run." Some Republicans in the chamber applauded the idea, but the president was poised with a quick retort. "I know because I won both of them," he said, referring to his two successful presidential campaigns. Even … Continue reading Boom. Tiger Uppercut.

About That Time I Got Asked to Take Someone’s Bags to Their Car

"I tell this story – I mean, even as the first lady – during that wonderfully publicized trip I took to Target, not highly disguised, the only person who came up to me in the store was a woman who asked me to help her take something off a shelf. Because she didn't see me … Continue reading About That Time I Got Asked to Take Someone’s Bags to Their Car

Apoligist

In President Barack Obama, Americans have a charismatic leader with a good and honest heart. Unlike his predecessor, he’s a very intelligent leader. And unlike that president’s predecessor, he’s a highly moral man. In President Obama, Americans have the real deal, the whole package and a leader that citizens of almost every country around the … Continue reading Apoligist

Obligatory Post About Elections

The elections were yesterday and apparently they were good for Republicans and horrible for Democrats.  One of the reasons I'll be glad when Barack Obama is gone is that people can stop running against him even if he's not their actual opponent in the election. // Post by Luvvie Ajayi.   I'm from Texas.  There … Continue reading Obligatory Post About Elections

I Hope the Next Two Years are Exactly Like This

So someone asked Michelle Obama a question on vine: And she responded: Before that happened, the following picture was found: 2. Because the only people who can get away with wearing aviators indoors while counting money are Black rappers and old Jewish women playing Bingo. Biden is obviously neither of these things. But he’s been … Continue reading I Hope the Next Two Years are Exactly Like This

Primary Season

“The heaviest concentration of anti-Obama messaging anywhere in the country right now is in Texas,” said Elizabeth Wilner, a senior vice president at Kantar Media/CMAG, a company that monitors political advertising. “After Election Day, we will look back on the year and still see Texas as a standout in terms of anti-Obama messaging.” The tone … Continue reading Primary Season