Snoop Lion - Ease-Up An Do Ya Ting

Snoop Dogg Calls President Obama His “Main Man”

Snoop Dogg, 40-year-old rapper, in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter says he wants to meet president Obama.

“I ain’t met the president yet, but when we finally lock palms – you know, give him the old soul shake, that bare vibe on the black man’s side – that’ll be exciting.”

About Mitt Romney: “I don’t pay no attention to that. The s**t’s funny, but he’s going up against my main man.”

The rapper’s 18-year-old-son Corde Calvin Broadus, whose Twitter name is @SpankyDanky, recently shared a couple of pictures on Twitter of he and his dad smoking a bong together. Spanky, as he likes to be called, tweets a lot … a lot about smoking pot.

Snoop Dogg Smokes Pot With His 18-year-old Son

Snoop Dogg says about his son smoking pot, “he is learning from the master.”

“Snoop’s made millions rapping about weed, talking about weed, smoking weed, lobbying to make weed legal and being arrested for having weed in his possession.” (see story)

Corde, 18, who had a promising football player decided not to go to college and pursue a rap career instead.

Snoop Dogg’s Endorsement Of Obama … Drops the F-Bomb

President Obama Uses Potheads To Promote The DNC

For article, click here.

How African-Americans Are Faring Under Obama

• As of June, the African-American unemployment rate is a staggering 14.4% (was 11.9% Dec 2008), with Latinos and Hispanics having an unemployment rate of about 11.0% (was 9.2% Dec 2008), while the unemployment rate for whites is 7.4% (was 6.6% Dec 2008).

• From 2009 through 2011, black minimum wage workers swelled 16.6%, while whites had only 5.2% more minimum wage workers.

• Foreclosure rates in 2011 for African-Americans was 9.8% versus 5.0% for whites, or almost double.

How America Is Faring Under Obama

National Debt
2009: 10.6 Trillion
Now: 16 Trillion

Food Stamps
2009: 32.2 million people enrolled
Now: 46.2 million people enrolled

Unemployment – Misleading because millions of Americans have given up looking for work and are no longer counted in the official unemployment number. We have the lowest work force since 1958.
2009: 7.8%
Now: 8.3%

Median Household Income
2009: $54,983
Now: $50,964

Gas Prices
2009: $1.85
Now: $3.80

Taxmageddon – the largest tax increase in American history to hit the middle class and lower-income workers Jan 2013

But who cares about little things like unemployment, foreclosure rates, a $16 trillion national deficit, the worse economic recovery in 65 years, turmoil in the middle east …