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Diddy's Opinion About the Choice of Sarah Palin to Be Vice President

Diddy Weighs in on the Choice of Gov. Palin: Good Argument?

Though he might be changing his tune given the news of today, Diddy has released his reaction to the choice of Gov. Sarah Palin to be McCain's running mate. Diddy says, "No disrespect, I love you, I want you to live to be 110. . . Alaska? Alaska? Alaska. Al- come on man. I don't even know if there's any black people in Alaska." Well Diddy, the Census knows. Though black people might not be the most prominent minority population, about 30 percent of Alaska isn't white, whereas only 20 percent of the whole US isn't (at 70.7 percent and 80.1 percent white populations respectively.)

Math notwithstanding, he continues. The thesis statement of his argument appears to be, "John McCain is bugging the F*&% out." He repeats it as the core to his philosophy no less than six times. Then he delivers his assessment on Gov. Palin. "Like the lady is nice. She's cool. She's a heartbeat away. Then she the president. She goin' be on the phone with some man from South Korea or like, wha' she? I mean? What in the hell? Alaska?"

He continues with this argument: "This one right here is not respectful to our lives, diverse lives, anybod- yo. You would let her keep your kids?" Which I think means, would you trust her to babysit?

In the waning moments of his argument he delivers my favorite part: "Alaska mother f*&#@*r? What is the reality in Alaska? There's not even no crackheads in Alaska. There's not. . . not even no black people. . . there's not even no like crime. . . or foreign policies. Concluding, "We the future," and reiterating his colorful thesis statement.

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coffeemug2007 coffeemug2007 7 years
Good argument or not, he's entitled to his opinon.
milosmommy milosmommy 7 years
1) What argument? It sounded like drunk ramblings to me and I couldn't understand a word of it. 2) Is he even allowed to vote? I thought I heard somewhere that he has a felony and that would make it a no-no.
piper23 piper23 7 years
I can't understand a word that he's saying. I think he's talking about the election but I'm not sure...
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 7 years
Who is this person and why is he relevant to any sort of conversation, unless its about child support and fish eye lenses?
bransugar79 bransugar79 7 years
I respect the man's right to his opinion and I can sort of understand where he might get the idea that there is no diversity. But really Diddy your ingorance is showing. At least do some research before you mouth off in public.
rabidmoon rabidmoon 7 years
"waxes his man-bits" :ROTFL:
kastarte2 kastarte2 7 years
I hope Diddy puts his money where his mouth is and actually makes an effort to register voters. Not that silly "Vote or Die" campaign from four years ago, but actually go to communities and go to colleges and use his celebrity to make the changes he wants to see. You know instead of making hilarious video blogs.
Great-Sommelier Great-Sommelier 7 years
Exactly. I don't think mary kate and ashley had much to do with their brand. neither does Miley Cyrus.
KathleenxCouture KathleenxCouture 7 years
"Diddy's a very successful individual who has branched out into other industries, as well. Doesn't he have a clothing line and a couple of perfumes?" Just because he became successful in other ventures doesn't mean that he didn't just hire someone else (or a group of other people) to do the work and pay them enough so he could put his name on it. I don't really think that takes much intelligence and as we see in this video, he doesn't have much.
Zahara-Pitt Zahara-Pitt 7 years
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em1282 em1282 7 years
This is the dude who publicly declared that he waxes his man-bits. I think the last session left him a bit braindead.
rabidmoon rabidmoon 7 years
Any man that voluntarily names himself "Daddy" then - given limitless options for an alternative settles on ...uh..."Diddy".... ....is not someone I would turn to for deep critical insights in the first place - its like asking Snoop Dogg or Steen (Finnish rapper) to give a speech for a "History and Philosophy of Education" luncheon. Whether the right or left, one thing I can definitely say is celebrity endorsements mean NOTHING to me, and this illustrates yet one more reason why.
chancleta chancleta 7 years
He makes me sick. Shut up Puffy. :rant:
Cassandra57 Cassandra57 7 years
Wow, have we been drinking the Hatorade on this subject, or what? Diddy's a very successful individual who has branched out into other industries, as well. Doesn't he have a clothing line and a couple of perfumes? The Democrats usually put their celebrity supporters on prominent display. They also claim to be the party of minorities and the underrepresented. Embrace what you've cultivated. MSucre: That includes women and old people. Or do you believe in locking mothers away and euthanizing the old folks?
wildsngrny wildsngrny 7 years
Just as we would not expect Arlen Specter to have anything relevant or intelligent to say about hip-hop, I don't think we should expect Diddy's input on electoral politics to be, well, valuable. Duh.
kastarte2 kastarte2 7 years
Not that it matters, but Diddy is not republican. Although Bill O'Reilly thinks he should be... http://mediamatters.org/items/200409030015
ladychaos ladychaos 7 years
MSucre, Fuzzles...lmao! Y'all are hilarious. First and foremost: Diddy is a KNOWN Republican. With that being said, I think he had drank himself into a stupor before filming (this is noticeable by the excessive use of the f-bomb, the nauseating spinning motion, and the incoherence of his words/thought process). But I still wonder one thing: wtf does having black people in your hometown have to do with you knowing what the hell your doing? Black people are not the only ones that need to be worried about. Obama's priority is America, not black people. And its the same with every other nominee and politician. You cannot go running for any kind of office without focusing on the big picture instead of individual groups. This statement comes from and is approved by a black woman. And yes, Diddy's Opinion, just like his rap career, his singing career, his clothing line, and his dancing, are invaluable (in a bad way) to society.
brookrene brookrene 7 years
If he could speak english so i could understand his argument I'd be able to vote yes or no.
Great-Sommelier Great-Sommelier 7 years
:rotfl:
raciccarone raciccarone 7 years
You all are horrible! P-Diddy speaks for the megalomaniac, self-obsessed, ignorant pop-stars who are voiceless! Who are you to judge? Who are you to censor this silent, insane portion of our society? How dare you!
Jillz1128 Jillz1128 7 years
I hate Diddy. He thinks he is so important and relevant. Really noone cares.
Kimpossible Kimpossible 7 years
Kathleenx: "Ridiculous. Alaska is a state too diddy! Maybe he should retake 11th grade history and find out again. What an Idiot." LOL I think even 1st grade geography would do... my son learned his states last year in 1st grade lol wow that was... I don't even have a word... just wow.
PiNkY-PiNk PiNkY-PiNk 7 years
lol! 'diddy obama blog! diddy obama blog!' & 'alaska mother f*cker?!' I laughed the whole 4 minutes and 7 seconds of it!
Great-Sommelier Great-Sommelier 7 years
Exactly. They take advantage of their platform.
ilanac13 ilanac13 7 years
to be honest, i don't think that his argument was very good. just because he's not educated in what's going on in alaska, and what life is like doesn't mean that he can go out and pass judgement. the problem here is that people are going to assume that diddy knows things and will follow his words and not even choose to listen to what palin has to say - and that's my issue with ALL CELEBS getting involved. people who don't know about the issues and don't choose to listen/read/hear what the candidates are talking about - that's when we just have elections based on what a star says, not what the issues support.
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