Obama’s Ludacris Politics

August 5, 2008 · Filed Under John McCain, News, Opinion ·  

The eleventh installment of RedHatBlueHat featured Mike Allen, Shawn Collins, Todd Crawford, Jeff Doak, Sam Harrelson, and Tim Jones (until a storm knocked him off).

This installment tackled the latest song to drop by rapper Ludacris in honor of Obama, Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska facing a seven-count indictment accusing him of accepting financial gifts that weren’t reported on his financial disclosure forms, and the rumors of a John Edwards love child.

The modest growth of the U.S. economy for the second quarter was debated, as well as a heated discussion on the torture of terrorists.

The RedHatBlueHat crew also talks about whether they’d like to have a beer with Barack Obama or John McCain, the issue of Obama cancelling a visit to wounded U.S. troops in Germany, and what there is to like about John McCain.

Finally, the chat turned to whether polls are accurate at this point, and speculation over Vice-President prospects on both sides.

Episode 11 runs 75 minutes of ludicrous political banter.

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Barack Obama and Ludacris

Obama Mac vs. PC

July 8, 2008 · Filed Under Economy, Opinion ·  

Parody of the Mac and PC commercials that discusses wealth redistribution.

Sorry Obama, the Economy is Rebounding

May 16, 2008 · Filed Under Economy ·  

The U.S. economy is moving towards a rebound, according to Treasury secretary, Henry M. Paulson Jr.

“We are still working through housing and capital markets issues, and expect to be doing so for some time,” he said in remarks at a Washington Post conference. “We also expect to see a faster pace of economic growth before the end of the year.”

Great news for the country, but bad news for Barack.

Isn’t it sad that his campaign flourishes on negative economic stories and setbacks in the U.S. war efforts?

You’d think the country was falling apart at the seams. But do you know how many households were in some stage of foreclosure during April 2008? Two percent!

Sorry Obama. Hopefully your victories are more in line with the American people moving forward.