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What Obama Actually Said About Kanye West

And now, thanks to TMZ, we finally know exactly in what context President Obama called hip-hop star Kanye West a "jackass" in banter with journalists that was intended to be off-the-record.

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Posted at 5:54 PM ET on Sep 15, 2009  | Category:  The Debate Rages On...
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kerbyranch

Your post has nothing to do with the above article.

Posted by: Snookie2 | September 16, 2009 4:19 PM

I believe the congressman was wrong in speaking out and saying: "You lie". However, President Obama knows that unless there is something to screen out all illegal aliens in this country, they will be eligible for any program (as they seem to be now). Congressional efforts, though weak, indicate that they are aware that illegals would be able to get in on any health program. I believe illegal aliens will be covered, regardless of what the congress may or may not do. As for Jimmy Carter, he still likes his name in headlines. As one 24 year old asked recently: "Who is Jimmy Carter?" Certainly the indignity suffered by Taylor Swift must be racist also.

Posted by: kerbyranch | September 16, 2009 10:30 AM

Where are the Women's Groups on this issue. Have they not seen this male brute come up and snatch away the microphone away from this successful young woman? I guess they choose their battles like everyone else.

Posted by: thrdognite | September 15, 2009 10:58 PM

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