And for the next great political debates…

In the wake of Hurricane Katrina devastating New Orleans, rapper Kanye West voiced the opinion that perhaps George Bush's failure to act in a timely manner was the result of latent racism in the White House. This great civil rights commentator raised the question all of us were thinking. And, if I can recall correctly, he placed the complicated issues at hand into a vernacular the world would understand.

It would seem that 50 Cent takes issue with Mr. West's claim. Mr. Cent proclaimed that in his expert opinion "I think people responded to it the best way they can." He added that: "What KANYE WEST was saying, I don't know where that came from." Who knows where these, the great new pundits of our day, will go next?

The sky really is the limit.

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7 Responses to “And for the next great political debates…”

  1. Liz Says:

    That graphic is wonderful.

  2. mike Says:

    If anyone is in a position to believe in the free market, it is an ex-drug dealer rapper.

    "The market will bare a crack hoe giving it up for $7 in an alley."

  3. Ed Says:

    That is definitely the greatest .jpg in the history of jpegs – possibly even in the history of all jpegs.

  4. J Ahlgren Says:

    It's the economy, Beotch!

  5. erik Says:

    I do like this one, but the gasoline light sabers graphic also has a fond place in my memory.

  6. Samantha Says:

    Mr. Cent wins the Katrina debate; but I'm with Kayne on the Fed issue. A.G. was da bomb!

  7. K Says:

    Erik, where did your pic of 50 come from? It almost looks like it could be a video game…something about the headwrap under the cap.