• The Republican Guide to Mocking President Obama's Playlist

    Today the Obama campaign published its official playlist for rallies and other big events. Here's a handy guide to attacking the President's song choices…

    "Different People" by No Doubt
    Different people? Sounds like tacit support for affirmative action.

    "Got to Get You Into My Life" by Earth, Wind & Fire
    Obama has bought into the hoax of global warming and is actively destroying the American fossil fuel industry by subsidizing earth, wind, fire and other so-called green energy alternatives.

    "Green Onions" by Booker T & The MG's
    Michelle Obama probably grows organic green onions in her hippie vegetable garden or buys them at some fancy Whole Foods store.

    "Keep on Pushing" by The Impressions, "Keep Reachin' Up" by Nicole Willis & the Soul Investigators, "Keep Marchin'" by Raphael Saadiq
    Keep pushing, reachin', or marchin'? Which one is it, Mr. President? Get your story straight.

    "Love You I Do?" by Jennifer Hudson
    Obama's love for America should be called into question.

    "No Nostalgia" by AgesAndAges
    Shows disdain for American history and traditional values.

    "Raise Up" by Ledisi, "Stand Up" by Sugarland
    Raise up or stand up? Another example of Obama flip-flopping on important issues.

    "We Used To Wait" by Arcade Fire
    We'll all be waiting years for a doctor's appointment once Obamacare goes into effect.

    "You've Got the Love" by Florence and the Machine
    Why is Florence operating a machine? Women should stay out of the workforce and remain at home with the kids.

    "Let’s Stay Together" by Al Green, "Your Smiling Face" by James Taylor, "Keep Me In Mind" by Zac Brown Band, "I Got You" by Wilco
    All of these love songs openly encourage premarital sex and other immoral behavior.

    "Roll with the Changes" by REO Speedwagon
    Yet another example of Obama abandoning traditional family values to support the increasingly popular gay agenda.

    "Everyday America" by Sugarland
    More like, everyday America loses thousands of jobs thanks to Obama's anti-capitalist policies.

    "Learn to Live" by Darius Rucker, "This" by Darius Rucker
    Who is Darius Rucker? Oh, that guy from Hootie & the Blowfish? Obama is just trying to distract us from our current economic troubles by reviving the music scene of the booming '90s.

    "Mr. Blue Sky" by Electric Light Orchestra
    Obama's efforts to reduce emissions and keep the skies blue are killing small businesses and destroying jobs.

    "My Town" by Montgomery Gentry
    Obama is a Washington insider who claims DC as "his" town.

    "The Best Thing About Me Is You" by Ricky Martin
    I think he means, by Enrique Martín Morales. Just another reminder that Obama supports amnesty for illegal immigrants and refuses to sign a law making English the official language of the United States.

    "You Are the Best Thing" by Ray Lamontagne
    Lamontagne? Sounds French.

    "Tonight's the Kind of Night" by Noah and the Whale
    It's Noah's Ark or Jonah and the Whale. Obama's lack of Biblical knowledge proves that he is a fake Christian/secret Muslim.

    "We Take Care of Our Own" by Bruce Springsteen
    Obama only cares about elite East Coast liberals like himself.

    "The Weight" by Aretha Franklin
    Michelle Obama is once again plotting to insert her anti-obesity initiative into the President's agenda. The government has no place in our government-funded public school lunches!

    "Even Better Than the Real Thing" by U2
    Contrary to what our welfare-loving President tells us, there is nothing better than the traditional two-parent household.

    "Home" by Dierks Bentley
    You can thank Obama's pro-Fannie & Freddy policies when your home is foreclosed on next month.

    Photo by Olivier Douliery-Pool/Getty Images News/Getty Images


    Tags: Barack Obama, Music, Republicans

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