Here's what this president is talking about 10 days before the election a very recent MTV interview:<quoted text>
I've had a good feeling for four years, and it will continue through President Obama's next four years as President of the United States. The culture shows that you'll be collecting sympathy cards from the Democrats on November 7 as Romney tucks his ever-lengthening tail between his leg and heads back to wherever he came from.
The interview was a regular love fest, until Sway wondered what music artists Obama feel are upholding the tradition of Bob Marley, Bob Dylan, Rage Against the Machine and others, who made music that “inspired and informed.”
“We haven’t seen as much directly political music,” Obama said, looking slightly out of his element and giving every indication he was about to punt.
“I think the most vibrant musical genre over last 10 to 15 years has been hip-hop,” he continued, punt-ily.
“Some folks have kind of dabbled in political statements, but a lot of it has been more cultural than political,” Obama continued.
Then he started talking Bruce Springsteen, and saying things like,“I remember when I was in college, listening to Bob Marley,” and while not agreeing with Marley’s “whole philosophy, necessarily,” having his awareness raised of “how people outside our country are thinking about the struggle for jobs, and dignity, and freedom.”
Four Americans are dead and he still doesn't know what happened.