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- Posted on Jul 9th 2008 2:00PM by Kim Davis
- George Clinton brought funk and campaign fervor to both Sum Funk 2008 and Detroit's Comerica Cityfest, where he endorsed Barack Obama with words and and an ornate tshirt.
- Rolling Stone editor-in-chief Jann Wenner took his support for Obama to the brink by giving him the cover. Again. The Illinois senator first graced the face of RS back in March, and was positioned as "A New Hope." This month, in an attempt to send an even stronger message, the cover bears no words at all.
- While Obama has denied having correspondence with starlet Scarlet Johansson, he has, however, reportedly been connected to Jennifer Lopez, who spoke about "health care with members of his staff."
- Boy George, who was denied a Visa to the U.S. and was forced to cancel his tour, penned a song for Barack Obama entitled (you guessed it) 'Yes We Can.' Hear it here.
- The National have created "Mr. November" tshirts in support of Barack Obama, with all proceeds going to his campaign. The shirt's meaning is twofold: the first is obvious, and the second refers to the last track on the band's 2005 album, 'Alligator.'
- Lil Wayne supports Barack Obama. He guesses. In an interview with Blender, the top-selling rapper waxed poetic on politics saying, "A woman or a black man versus an old white dude? F--- no! They gonna be like, 'This black-ass n---- trying to come in my Oval Office? F--- no!'"