Friday, June 29, 2007

Democratic Presidential hopefuls “talk loud and say nothing” as aging black leaders look on


African American Political Pundit says: Last night reminded me of the old schoool lyrics of Kurtis Blow, as all the old school black leaders and opinion makers sat and clapped for every no substance comment made by the Democrats.

You remember the lyrics: Clap your hands everybody, if you got what it takes, 'cause I'm Kurtis Blow and I want you to know that these are the breaks....

Each time I watched these opinion makers and Congressional FOX Caucus Members clap and give those hankerchief head smiles for the cameras, I expected them to follow the rest of Curtis blows lyrics, and shout out to the rest of the audience, "Throw your hands up in the sky, and wave "em" 'round from side to side, and if you deserve a break tonight, somebody say alright! (all right) Say ho-oo! (ho-oo!) and you don't stop keep on, somebody Scream!"

More - later today at African American Political Pundit

3 comments:

rikyrah said...

This entire post is hilarious, but spot on. In a way, with the presentation of Deval Patrick, didn't it almost have a feeling of a Changing of the Guard?

Temple3 said...

Did you get the sense that everyone (except for Hillary, Edwards and Barack) were speaking louder than their normal voice? I thought it was interesting that the debaters seemed to think that volume was the key to being heard.

Temple3 said...

Maybe it's just my hearing. No doubt that the guard is changing.