Tuesday, May 3, 2011

"Oooooooh snaaaaaaaaap!"- Hillary Rodham Clinton


I’m not really into politics. Part of the reason being is that so many people think they are experts when it comes to government when the truth is none of us really have any idea of what is TRULY going on. I think the fact that this whole Bin Laden Do or Die operation snuck up on us(and him) like WHAT?! proves just that. I won’t get into any right or wrong, is our country safer now type discussions. What I will say is this: the fact that President Obama interrupted Donald Trump’s Celebrity Apprentice only to wait an hour before giving a five minute speech which could’ve been entitled “Hi Haters” made my entire week. Now that’s gangsta.

And because something is wrong with us, here is what we like to imagine he’s rocking in The Oval Office right now:

1. “Who Shot Ya”- Biggie ( I mentioned this on Twitter. The visual I have of him doing The Bankhead Bounce to this has me holding my stomach).
2. “Look at Me Now”- Chris Brown featuring Busta Rhymes and Lil’ Wayne
3. “Aint Never Scared”- Bone Crusher
4. “Kick In the Door”- Biggie
5. “Killing in the Name ”- Rage Against the Machine
6. "All I Do is Win"- DJ Khaled feat. Ludacris, Rick Ross, Snoop Dogg & T-Pain
7. "Deuces"- Chris Brown
8. "Swagga Like Us"- T.I., Jay Z, Kanye West, and Lil' Wayne

If you care to take a light hearted approach to this very serious situation with us, what songs do you think POTUS has been celebrating to for his “Mission Accomplished”?- Toya

5 comments:

ATL Flick Chick said...

One of my FB friends was quoting lyrics from So Fresh, So Clean by Outkast. I think that was highly appropriate.

Carolyn said...

knuck if you buck by Crime Mob:) "we knucking and bucking and ready to fight...".

ToyaBGLU said...

I thought of this song this morning as I was driving: "Woo Ha (Got You All in Check)" by Busta Rhymes.

Niki said...

"Move" by Ludacris. Haters to the left! LOL

Christina said...

Two that came to mind while reading this post are "I Get The Job Done" by Big Dadday Kane and "I'm Bad" by LL Cool J.