The family of a North Carolina man included an usual political request in his obituary.
Many Americans shudder at the thought of Hillary Clinton being elected president of the United States. Clinton’s style of shade tree politics doesn’t sit well with Americans like Larry Darrell Upright, 81, who died last week. He would probably roll over in his grave if Clinton was elected president.
So Upright’s family included his last dying wish in his obituary.
Barack Obama was in his element last night after winning his 2nd term as president. The load was lifted off of his shoulders as he strut around the stage like a prize rooster. After ushering his family off the stage, Obama stood alone, basking in the spotlight. That is, until a female Obama supporter’s hairstyle stole the show from him.
It seems that ABC News anchor Diane Sawyer got her drink on early in celebration of President Obama’s narrow win over Mitt Romney last night.
The usually stoic, straight-laced Sawyer spoke slowly, slurred her words, and appeared to swoon in euphoria under the hot studio lights. In other words, Sawyer was feeling no pain!
Sawyer’s Twitter followers were relentless in their tweets on her tipsy condition.
“OK,” she said at one point around 10 p.m. ET, “I wanna — can we have our music, because this is another big one here? Minnesota, we’re ready to project Minnesota, rrright now. … Well, tonight we know that President Barack has won Minnesota,” she said.
Everyone knows that Beyonce is a passionate Barack Obama supporter. But did she break the law by posting an image of her ballot online? According to The Jasmine Brand blog, Beyonce did break the law. But will she be arrested and charged?
It’s election day and tons of US citizens and Americans are tweeting their political excitement. Thanks to social media and the world wide web, folk are tweeting and posting pix of themselves voting for their respective candidates. Tuesday morning, Beyonce shared a photo of her ballot. And while I’m sure it was harmless, when we shared the photo via Twitter, a ton of ppl alerted us that it’s actually illegal. We did a bit of digging and research to see how much truth it is to showing your electoral ballot. Here’s a snapshot of New York state’s law: