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Wednesday, November 2, 2005

Bitches, Ho's And Smaller Government
We've never been able to figure out where this site gets its information, but here you will find 50 Cent's apparent take on Hurricane Katrina and topical storm Kanye. To wit: "The New Orleans disaster was meant to happen. It was an act of God. I think people responded to it the best way they can. What Kanye West was saying, I don't know where that came from."

Big, wonky, pseudo-philosophical question of the day: Is 50 Cent a Republican? Let us now pseudo-seriously consider this.

So far as we can tell, 50 Cent is a firm believer in the individual and self-advancement. Given his current financial well-being, 50 is almost definitely in support of an economic policy that relies on tax cuts for wealthy entrepeneurs. George W. Bush is no big fan of gay marriage. And it's difficult to believe 50 would feel any differently. Though the latter at least seems willing to make exceptions if the two women involved are particularly hot. And willing to let him videotape the honeymoon.

Neither Bush nor 50 seem reluctant to solve problems or quell foreign threats through intimidation and force. 50, like his president, is also now, apparently, a firm believer in the will of God with equally unflinching support for the Department of Homeland Security. And both are obviously keen on the merits of loyalty, often to a fault — 50 has G-Unit, Bush has/had Harriet Miers.

Pennant clincher: Fiddy shares a birthday (July 6) with both Dubya and Nancy Reagan. This proves nothing. But is probably far too coincidental to mean nothing.

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