Next stop on the Obama health care bus tour: American Idol.

  1. Jmrouse says:

    Well that’s great. They just ripped off the whole concept of the “Auto Tune The News” guys. I hope they at least got permission, because that’s blatant stealing of a comedy bit and routine.

    If you have no idea what Auto Tune the News is, check this out:

  2. blah says:

    It looks like they did permission:

  3. adoggz says:

    nice grill on bama there

  4. Lowfreq says:

    Looks like Anatares Auto-Tune killed more than one industry. Kudos.

  5. Uncle Dave says:

    #4: Very funny. Toon and tune are pronounced the same.

    “You can tune a piano but you can’t tuna fish”
    REO Speedwagon

  6. 888 says:

    only in america 😀

  7. Rap music has experienced a radical increase in popularity in the last five years. In the year 2000, rap became the second-best-selling genre in music, capturing 12.9 percent of the year’s $14.3 billion in total record sales (“Rap/Hip Hop” Sc 1). Though rap is no stranger to criticism, that criticism has increased in both quantity and vociferousness at about the same rate as the number of rap albums climbing the charts. And the growing evidence that, apparently, in order to achieve commercial success, each rap album must be more negative and offensive than the last does not help to address these criticisms. Unfortunately, the critics miss most of the rarely-seen other side of the genre: Hip-hop, rap music that is true the art form’s roots of black empowerment and social progress. But black empowerment and social progress don’t sell nearly as many records as the themes of mistreating women, abusing substances, and accumulating vast piles of wealth,


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