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Behold The Glorious History Of Politicians Making Awkward Rap References

By / 04.17.13

The only time a middle-aged politician, especially a white middle-aged politician, should ever quote a rap lyric in public is if they begin with, “My name’s Sarah Palin and I’m here to say/I’ve come to hate gay marriage in a major way.” Other than that, it’s best for them to not mention 2Pac or Eminem or Snoopy Doggy Dre, or else they’ll end up on the next installment of this wonderful “Politicians Making Awkward Rap References” supercut.

What’s that, Barney Frank? I didn’t hear you. How should I wave my arms in the arm?

(Via Clip Nation)


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