Doddering Biden in Virginia
I've hung out with tons of blacks in my pro boxing career, my rap career, and my federal bid. I love blacks -- their sense of humor and their warmth. They've failed here, they've failed there. So have I. We are all human. I applaud their successes. I don't pretend that they're better or worse than they are.
But when Joe Biden with his near-albino pasty face stands there in Danville, Virginia in his cardboard suit and tells the audience that the Republicans are going to put them back in chains, I can't help but remonstrate for my black brothers that this putty-white senator has no right to speak up for the blacks and act like he is one of them. What a patronizing old fool. When are the African-Americans going to wake up and realize that the Democrats are talking down to them, that they are chasing after their votes?
Surprise, old man Joe Biden: you are not African-American. You do not have a Southern drawl. You can't rhyme. You are unhip flop, not hip-hop.
Biden is so white that he makes me feel like I am African-American. It's time he stopped pretending he had rhythm and jazz. I personally wrote the lyrics for a jazz album, Magic Man, by Sam Wayman, Nina Simone's brother. Maybe we'll do a remix with Biden playing the banjo.
I also did three rap albums -- The Renegade Jew, Da Masta Plan, and Life Styles. I fought in the Rapper's Federation fights in Harlem. I'd like to see doddering Biden put up a fight for something other than the destruction of the economy and for Obama's extension of a sophomoric liberal ideology.
Joe Biden, you are not a brother. You're more like someone's old aunt. And your president, Obama, belongs in GQ Magazine, not pretending he is one of the brothers in the streets.
I see Obama racing out to the golf course, pretending that he is a WASP at some exclusive private club. Maybe when Biden referred to Republicans placing the blacks in chains, he really was giving a veiled reference to Obama riding through the links on his golf cart.