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3/31/2008

Democratic Indecision

Filed under: 2008 Election — DRJ @ 1:20 pm

[Guest post by DRJ]

50 Cent represents the state of indecision the Democratic Party finds itself in right now:

“MC, who originally supported Clinton, switched to Obama after race speech — but now he’s not sure.”

First he was for Hillary because he thought she would do a good job and he wasn’t sure if America was ready for a black President because “they might kill him.” Then, after Obama’s race speech, “I swear to God, I’m like, ‘Yo, Obama!’ … “I’m Obama to the end now, baby!”

Now? Just don’t ask:

“However, he said he’s now not certain which side he’s on. “To be honest, I haven’t been following that anymore. I lost my interest,” he said. “I listened to some of the debate and things that they were saying, and I just got lost in everything that was going on. … Don’t look for my vote, for me to determine nothing on that. Just say, ’50 Cent, he don’t know, so don’t ask Fiddy.'”

It is hard to stay at such an emotionally high level. The next five months are going to be hard for Democrats.

— DRJ

16 Responses to “Democratic Indecision”

  1. The posers have no idea which parade to jump in front of.

    ras (fc54bb)

  2. Just say, ‘50 Cent, he don’t know, so don’t ask Fiddy.’

    I think it was Dee Schnider who said that taking your political cue from a rockstar was the dumbest thing you could ever do…

    Scott Jacobs (d3a6ec)

  3. Last report, Fiddy was for GWB and against Oprah.

    Vermont Neighbor (e7ed47)

  4. If they’ve lost Fiddy, they’ve lost America.

    Eric (884ea6)

  5. It is hard to stay at such an emotionally high level. The next five months are going to be hard for Democrats.

    If they get burnt out by November, their big turnout advantage will disappear.

    Daryl Herbert (4ecd4c)

  6. I think it’s time to institute an IQ test for voters. You must at least score above 70. Fiddy’s ’bout Fiddy.

    MOG (f57a20)

  7. Semi-literate steroid-ingesting rappers for Hillary (Obama)? Sounds like the makings of a great 527 group.

    JVW (0b3fa7)

  8. One wonders if he ever voted in his life.
    In fact, isn’t he a felon? Can he even vote?

    kishnevi (33a0bd)

  9. His opinion isn’t worth 2 cents, much less fiddy.

    Gbear (58b08c)

  10. If they’ve lost Fiddy, they’ve lost America.

    I bet at least one super delegate will switch to McCain by August. I almost feel sorry for people trying to choice between these 2 such…interesting…people.

    MamaAJ (788539)

  11. “So don’t ask Fiddy.”

    Now there is a campaign slogan for 2008! I’m just not sure which campaign is going to adopt it first.

    Beldar (c7d2f9)

  12. What is a fiddy?

    Peter (d671ab)

  13. Sounds like 50 percent of the voters like Hillary and that 50 percent is not voting for Obama.
    Sounds like a tie, the superdelegates will decided, and the chavanists that they are – will chose Obama. Women will now vote for McCain, fiddy or not to fiddy…whatever that means.

    Teri (7cf334)

  14. Thank you for sharing the wisdom of 50 cent with us DRJ. Now I’ll know who to campaign for.

    Psyberian (d18acc)

  15. The demacrooks are undecided but wait till it comes time for their pay raises

    krazy kagu (6a69d6)

  16. Don’t look for my vote, for me to determine nothing on that. Just say, ‘50 Cent, he don’t know, so don’t ask Fiddy.’”

    Thus confirming my strong suspicion.

    You gotta believe in someone
    Asking me who is right
    Asking me who to follow
    Don’t ask me, I don’t know

    — Ozzy Osbourne, “I Don’t Know”

    L.N. Smithee (b048eb)


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