Sunday, February 22, 2009

Michael Steele's Hip-Hopification of the GOP: A Look Back



Let's travel into the future and see how Michael Steele's attempt to bring the Republican message to "urban-suburban hip-hop settings" works out:

  • 04-15-09: Physician warns participants in upcoming break dancing demonstration that he cannot guarantee the integrity of their hip replacements.
  • 06-18-09: Peggy Noonan's live presentation of Ronald Reagan speeches set to break-beats is met with booing and jeers from the audience, but becomes a YouTube sensation nevertheless.
  • 07-11-10: Newt Gingrich appears on Meet the Press wearing a yellow Fila track suit with matching Tommy Gear doo-rag.
  • 10-23-10: Hairdresser informs Bobby Jindal that if he doesn't stop fidgeting, he'll have to live with half a head of cornrows.
  • 01-30-11: George Will listens to Straight Outta Compton three times through but is "unable to fathom its metaphors."
  • 05-15-11: Waiter at the Four Seasons discreetly informs Mary Matalin that she has pâté de foie gras stuck to her custom "diamond grillz".
  • 01-08-12: GOP pundits debate whether or not Lil' Bow Wow's victory in their New Hampshire primary is a good thing.
  • 10-18-12: Controversy erupts when Politico reveals that candidate Sarah Palin's hot pants and tube tops were purchased with RNC funds.

9 comments:

Dr. Monkey Von Monkerstein said...

Brilliant. Just wickedly brilliant.

Matty Boy said...

Li'l Bow Wow is Republican? Damn, that is a surprise.

Dick Tremayne said...

Somewhere along the way they are sure to open a clothing line. FUBY: For Us By You. Karl Rove will be the white Suge Knight and the NRA will sponsor the Source Awards.

desertwind said...

Now, this is a future I can believe in.

Yo.

chombajr said...

Yo, my mizzles, we're gonna cut yo' tizzles, privatize Sizzle Securizzle and fight for frizzle in I-rizzle!

Madduane said...

may 15th -- eewwww!

drew in sf said...

I pulled up to a house about seven or eight and I yelled to the cabby, "yo, home, smell you later." I looked at my kingdom, I was finally there, to settle my throne as the prince of Bel-Air.


/hangs head in shame for playing the Bel-Air card on PSP's blog.

karenzipdrive said...

I'm howling with laughter here.
Especially all that shnizzle zizzle talk.

Major Mel Funkshun said...

I'm still waiting to hear how he is going to corner the lucrative one-armed midget demo.