Social media was set ablaze last night with reactions to President Obama’s re-election, and no surprise – musicians got in on the celebrating or hating.
“The extreme right that feels everything they say are right and that God means it to be this way and that this is the way it is, are no different than the Taliban.” – Stevie Wonder
Cher says Mitt Romney is ‘anti-women,’ while Will says he’d do anything, and he means anything, to get you to vote for Obama.
Over the course of the last 18 elections stretching all the way back to 1940, the “Redskins Rule,” as it has come to be known by, has correctly predicted the election results an astounding 17 […]
Two of the biggest stars in popular music will team up for a big 11th hour rally for President Obama. Brent Colburn, the National Communications Director for the President’s campaign team Obama for America, tweeted that Bruce Springsteen and Jay-Z will support the President’s re-election campaign in Columbus, Ohio on Monday.
If we see one more Raggedy Ann and Andy…
Bruce Springsteen and former President Bill Clinton rallied for President Barack Obama’s re-election in Parma, Ohio earlier today. While the focus was to get-out-the-vote, it was apparent that most attendees had already made up their minds as to who was getting their vote. A few thousand fans of the Boss and the President filled the field-house on the Cuyahoga Community College West Campus in Parma.
Two days before he kicks off the next leg of the Wrecking Ball tour, Bruce Springsteen is spending today (October 18) campaigning for President Obama in Ames, Iowa and Parma, Ohio. If you can’t make it to one of those events, Springsteen has posted a rare note to fans on his official website to explain his feelings about the upcoming election.
Simmons, who voted for Obama in 2008, now calls him “a piss-poor president” but “a wonderful family man.”
This Thursday, a day before Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band resume their “Wrecking Ball” tour, Springsteen will campaign in support of President Obama and Vice President Biden. He’s scheduled to appear in Ames, Iowa and Pama, Ohio for campaign events. While President Obama won’t be at either event, President Bill Clinton will.