He says, “I’m not sure that is actually what happened. I think she had a song on there, a little rap that said that. But, she likes to play different characters. So I don’t know what’s going on there.”
And what was Nicki’s response. The rapper tweeted, “HA!Thank you for understanding my creative humor & sarcasm Mr. President, the smart ones do…sends love and support @Barack Obama”
What a way to show her support. Madonna revealed an Obama tattoo on her lower back during her “MDNA” concert at Yankee Stadium in New York City, Thursday night. The same night President Obama delivered his speech at the Democratic National Convention. Guess we know who she’ll be voting for in the presidential campaign this year.
Prior to revealing her new tat Madonna stated, “Tonight I’m not going to show my a**,” she said, unveiling the Obama tattoo. “I’m going to show my feelings. How’s that for living dangerously?”
Good thing the tat is just a temporary. Check out the video below.
In a bold move towards the nation’s future, President Barack Obama has announced his support for same-sex marriage.
“At a certain point I’ve just concluded that for me personally it is important for me to go ahead and affirm that I think same-sex couples should be able to get married,’’ Obama said during an exclusive interview with “Good Morning America’s’ Robin Roberts.
“They’re [anti-gay rights supports] coming at it because they care about families,” he said. “And they have a different understanding, in terms of, you know, what the word ‘marriage’ should mean. And a bunch of them are friends of mine, you know, pastors and … people who I deeply respect.”
Watch as the President detail why he now supports the cause and how this may change the course of America.
TIME magazine has just released their pick for the ’100 Most Influential People’ of 2012. Among them, Rihanna, Jermey Lin, Adele, Chelsea Handler, President Barack Obama, Viola Davis and a long list of “doers” not accustomed to being in the public eye but have managed to influenced us, in one way or another.
As TIME puts it, “The nature of influence changes. The word originates from the medieval idea that a magical liquid emanates from the stars to influence our actions on earth. Modern influence often comes from the magical ability of technology and social media to overcome time and distance and reorder our perceptions. Before microphones and television were invented, a leader had to stand in front of a crowd and bellow. Now she can tweet a phrase that reaches millions in a flash. Influence was never easier — or more ephemeral.
Which is why we try to choose those people whose influence is both lasting and, with a few notable exceptions, laudable.”
Yesterday, I post a video of President Barack Obamasinging a bit of the chorus to Al Green’s hit song “Let’s Stay Together”. To much surprise, the President actually did a fantastic job. Now, this singer is giving his own feedback.
Green tells TMZ that the President did a “terrific” job and “nailed it”.
“I was thrilled that the President even mentioned my name, and if the President can get the economy going again and get everything going that he wants to, then we’ll all be together.”
President Barack Obama has given us another reason to love him. During a recent speech, at the Apollo theatre in New York City, he decided to do his own rendition of Al Green‘s hit song “Let’s Stay Together”. And he did a pretty good job. See for yourselves.
During a live televised speech, last night, President Obama spoke to members of Congress and to millions of Americans about a $447 billion “Americas Jobs Act” he believes will drive businesses to hire, cut down unemployment and increase consumer for the failing economy.
“The people of this country work hard to meet their responsibilities. The question tonight is whether we’ll meet ours,” Obama said to applause. “The question is whether, in the face of an ongoing national crisis, we can stop the political circus and actually do something to help the economy. The question is whether we can restore some of the fairness and security that has defined this nation since our beginning.”
To say the least, the President delivered a passionate speech urging Congress to “stop the political circus and actually do something to help the economy” by passing this bill.
With ratings at an all time low and constant criticism, Obama’s new proposal may, perhaps, be his last hope in spear heading his 2012 presidential campaign. A campaign many believe he may have to abandon if the economy doesn’t start to show signs of improvement. _______READMORE
President Barack Obama turns 50 today. Just how will The President celebrate his birthday, you wonder?
As reported by the Huffington Post, President Obama will be treated to a White House party with friends and family to Camp David for the weekend.
He plans on spending the morning at work in the Oval Office, he’ll then be joined by senior members of his staff for a toast in the Blue Room of the White House, and by night fall he’ll celebrate with family and friends, some will even be flying from Chicago to join in on the celebration.
Terrorist and Al Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden is dead ! Bin Laden was killed in a U. S. mission Sunday night following the instructions lead by President Barack Obama. He was infamously know as the master mind for executing the 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States, resulting in approximately 3,000 deaths. Almost 10 years later, “Justice has been done,” says the President.
In his address to the nation Sunday night, President Barack Obama made this statement,
“Today, at my direction, the United States launched a targeted operation against that compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan,” Obama said. “A small team of Americans carried out the operation with extraordinary courage and capability. No Americans were harmed. They took care to avoid civilian casualties. After a firefight, they killed Osama bin Laden and took custody of his body.”
The President went on to say that Bin Laden’s death is “the most significant achievement to date in our nation’s effort to defeat al Qaeda.”
In Tuesday night’s State of the Union address, President Barack Obama made it clear his top priority was geared toward Congress’ efforts to work together as a team.
The President stated,
“What comes of this moment will be determined not by whether we can sit together tonight, but whether we can work together tomorrow.”
Through Obama’s speech he once again touched on familiar territory stressing concerns over health care reform, budget cuts and economic stability, concerns over employment and job stability and the recent Arizona shooting that took the lives of innocent civilians.