Obama pimps his daughters again

Remember last time he attempted this he gave a TV interview to that most wanted of media outlets, Access Hollywood. Daughter Sasha made the moment memorable with, “Blah blah blah blah blah.” Later, he complained that we got carried away in the moment.

This week you’ll see the whole crew on the cover of People Magazine.


  1. Kathryn says:

    Oh, Cindy, this caption is beneath you….really.

  2. Hey, his type of language, not mine. You get the whole package when you buy what this guy’s selling.

    For reference:

  3. Come on, the guy in this clip has nothing to do with Obama, nothing to do with any organized religious faith. It’s a cult. Did you check out Atlah.org? The man is a nut case who thinks God told him to start an independent nation in Harlem. The vestments are borrowed from the Anglican church, and the emblems are from the British monarchy. I bet there are six other people in the room.

  4. Kathryn, I’m going to be uncharacteristically assertive here: You need to stop being so naive.

    I did nothing more than identify the situation in Barack Obama’s vernacular. Remember this?

    If you feelin like a pimp nigga, go and brush your shoulders off
    Ladies is pimps too, go and brush your shoulders off
    Niggaz is crazy baby, don’t forget that boy told you
    Get, that, dirt off your shoulder

    It’s on Obama’s IPOD according to news reports. When you vote for this guy, you get this side of him, too. If my title offended you, hang on to your sensibilities. This is the America you will be embracing.

  5. Cindy, you’re talking about two little girls.

  6. No Kathryn, I’m talking about a cultural vernacular that uses the word pimp to mean advertise.

  7. Now you’re being naive. “…(W)hen you’re using a sexual term about someone’s child, any of the options in your thesaurus are fraught…”


  8. Kathryn, I’m hoping you’ll understand soon – it’s not my thesaurus. This is the culture of the candidate for the President of the United States.

  9. It’s your by-line.

  10. Yes, it’s my blog title. I don’t have a problem with using the word pimp in the cultural vernacular or I wouldn’t have used it.