I got the joke, snoop was just trying to be funny here. Lighten up Bill.
I’m not ignorant, Chris. I know a joke when I see one. But all jokes have a basis in reality, and tell me that these aren’t pretty close to the actual reasons he’s using to vote. Better yet, tell me why he doesn’t use some of his fame and fortune to promote voting for proper candidates for good reasons. Sometimes a joke isn’t funny, it’s just racist and idiotic.
Bill Seitters it just seems to me somtimes people just come off all hollier then thou trying to take somthing light hearted as his reasons to not vote for Romney and turn into the ignorance of the world today. I personaly found it funny cause i get it, its a refereshing change to find some jokes about Mitt other then stating the obvious about putting a dog on the roof or him singling out the 47 percent or his recent war on PBS. i am sorry i dont like either canidate, but i feer more impending doom if Romney wins compared to obama, i see it as Bush 2.0, but its the rich verson. Romney is the voice of the 1% that will NOT create jobs, the 1% that makes more money then what you and i would make in a lifetime combined. so yes i found snoop’s comments refereshingly funny, we all need to laugh in a world where we will loose the lower class all together and the homeless will line the street if romney wins.
Bush 2.0, lol. That’s a good one. I can’t stand either candidate. Romney wants to force trickle down economics increased warfare against the lower class, and support for the “job creators”. I supported Obama in ’08, because I bought into the hype that was his campaign. Then he became president, and the whole world realized he was a much better speaker than a leader. TARP was unwanted by so many Americans, they actually shut down the D.C. phone system, calling and demanding that he not push it through. The next week he did. He said he was going to fix health care, and all that came about was, for the first time ever, a federal law that requires citizens to purchase a product from a private company. He said he was going to end the wars, there are still thousands of troops in areas of the world where we simply do not belong. I loved the idea of Obama being this great leader, and I assumed that because he is the first black president, he would have to do something amazing. He hasn’t. He isn’t. He most likely won’t.
well i am in medical school, going for a medical billing and coding insurance specialist. one thing we had to learn was the new healthcare that obama passed. Yes its the 1st tme ever the goverment had to ” force” the regular joe and jane to pay for any type of medical from a private company. There is a thresh hold of funds you have to make per year and dont have any insurance is when that mandate is forced in. if i remember correctly its around 50000$ yearly with no insurance when your forced into it. otherwise its just presented to the rest of us as just another thing you can get in the same building you get your foodstamp card. but there is soo many things in that bill that i dont really understand why people are so agenst it…
In general, I just don’t like being told by the government that I have to do something, and I sure as hell don’t like being told by anyone that I have to buy something I’m not going to use. Specifically, I, like a lot of other Americans, am religiously homeopathic. There is no insurance plan that covers holistics and homeopathy. There is a loophole of sorts in Obamacare, aka Romneycare, that says that for religious purposes it’s okay. You’ll get fined up to $5000 a year, but it’s okay. And poverty level is the mandate minimum. The lower class is the target demographic.
You people act like who you elect matters….Now who’s the ignorant one…rofl
lolz well played, sir
This is why Obama will most likely win. The average IQ of someone is 100, which means there are plenty of people above that line who have vocabularies, the abilities to add, read and use logical reason to make informed decisions that effect a vast array of topics. Then there are the people under the line, like this, who are not only allowed to publicly advertise their mental diarrhea, they’re actually allowed to vote. just a thought.
You’re absolutely correct. Real life is too much like the movie Idiocracy. This is a truly scary time to be alive.
Ummm… I think this is a good thing to refer to:
lol… then maybe you can explain this…http://www.duggarfamily.com/
And they are all voting for Romney I bet. :(
Only because Jesus isn’t on the ballot. Bet Snoop would clean it up if that were the case lol
And then you remember that Snoop Dogg makes several hundred times more money than you.
Never forgot that. Hell, Kim Kardashian makes hundreds times more than I do… doesn’t mean people should listen to that friggin’ idiot either
Just saying, criticize all you want, but they’re more successful than you and I by several orders of magnitude.
So, the only measure of success is financial stability? The bourgeoise can rule over everyone because they own more property? Just because he’s rich, doesn’t make him smart. Just because he does more in the entertainment world, doesn’t mean I don’t do more in, let’s say education, or military, or medicine, or in the same business for that matter. The point I was making was, this is a man who, for lack of any sensible reason, sways opinions. And he’s jokingly making fun of the fact that the only reason he’s voting for someone is based on the color of their skin. If I were rich and white, wrote this note, entitled it ‘Why I’m Voting for Romney’… I’d get death threats. He gets ‘likes’, opinions, people saying it’s all in good fun and it’s okay because he’s rich, and apparently he knows more than we do, right?
No being rich doesn’t make him smart, what makes him smart is getting there. Is he smarter than you or me? Maybe, maybe not (probably not), but he’s smart enough to get rich, and I wouldn’t mind doing that as well (I’m sure you wouldn’t kick or scream much either).
The only opinions Snoop Dogg sways are those of people that take advice from people called “Snoop Dogg,” so I don’t think we need to worry about Snoop Dogg’s opinion on the presidential race too much.
And we are all aware of the differential attitude toward white and black people engaging in racial commentary, so no point in complaining–it is what it is.