All Posts from August 21st, 2009
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While Obama was busy capitulating to the right wing mobs and wily political Republicans in congress, Democrats proved to be not as easy to intimidate and Democrats, especially in congress, have abandoned him and his attempt at surrender on the public option, and in a very public way.
Ever since Obama started greasing the skids for his capitulation on the public option, something that outraged almost everyone on the side of healthcare reform, Democrats have been speaking out and letting him know this isn’t his game anymore.
Young Jeezy brought out LeBron James in Cleveland, E-40 in Oakland, so it’s no surprise he brought out Carmelo Anthony, of the Denver Nuggets, during the America’s Most Wanted Denver stop.
50 Cent will not be performing at the annual Family Day event in his hometown (Jamaica, Queens) this month but G-Unit member Tony Yayo wants everyone to know it will still be a memorable day. Also called “40 Day” because of its proximity to the South Jamaica Houses dubbed the “40 Projects,”
Tony Yayo says that it cost 50 Cent a lot of money. “Rumor is he  spent over half a million dollars on this,” he said. 50’s performance was cancelled due to security issues. “The mayor was saying he spoke to 50 and he agreed that it wouldn’t be a performance,” Yayo continued. “Yo, I can’t get at the mayor. I don’t even wanna say anything bad about him — I don’t wanna get pulled over when I leave from outta here! But 50’s big, 50’s bigger than life.”
The war between singer Kelis and rapper Nas continues, and its about one thing, money. According to documents filed by Kelis’ lawyer Laura Wasser, her financial people have reviewed the earnings of both artists in the divorce and here is what they have come up with…
– Nas pulls in $244,826 a month
– Kelis rakes in a relatively paltry $13,744 a month
– Kelis should get child support totaling $17,225 a month
– Kelis should get spousal support totaling $72,728
– Nas should pay retro child support totaling $29,522
– Nas should pay retro spousal support totaling $281,571
Moammar Gadhafi comes home to the cheers and applause of a joyous Libyan nation while here in the U.S the media journalists and the families of those murdered in the 88′ bombing of Pan Am flight 103 cry out in confusion and frustration. They ask that justice be served and state that mercy has been misplaced by Scottish Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill . But I can’t help but wonder if this wasn’t exactly what mercy is supposed to be? Mercy isn’t convenient or easy. It’meant to push us and make us feel uneasy and unsure in what we’re doing. If it was a simple act then we’d see more of it.