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He suggests that the video reveals rather a frustration and anger beneath the surface about promises that have not been fulfilled by the Obama administration. Because of the profanity and the content of the video, we have chosen not to link to it. Obama rap Baracka Flacka Flames. October 26, By Gloria Goodale Staff writer. Want to see more posts tagged baracka flacka flames?

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October 26, By Gloria Goodale Staff writer. As for what might mobilize the youth vote, participation in social media of all sorts is the very essence of democracy, says new media expert Paul Levinson of Fordham University.

‘Baracka Flacka Flames’: Does foul-mouthed spoof help or hurt Obama?

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Over an insistent hip-hop beat, an Obama look-alike grooves through a tough neighborhood spilling expletives, racial epithets, and vulgarity about everything from his wife Michelle to one of his biggest fans, Oprah Winfrey. Like us on facebook! Baracka Flacka Flames Baracka Flacka Flame head of the state barrack obama president obama waka flocka flames.

Funny videos, outrageous videos, good ones and bad ones about the president are far more likely to move younger voters to political action, he adds, for the simple reason that participation is more likely to lead to action come November, he says.

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Hip-Hop Parody “Baracka Flacka Flames” Stirs Controversy

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The video is a slick, fpames job, pf as a mock version of a video from Atlanta -based hip hop performer “Wacka Flocka Flames. Log in Sign up. The Monitor Daily email. He suggests that the video reveals rather a frustration and anger beneath the surface about promises that have not been fulfilled by the Obama administration.

But many polls show that the hope and optimism of the critical youth voting bloc has morphed into apathy and disappointment in Tlacka Hard in the Paint Rap America. Share this article Copy link Link copied. Eric Schwartz aka Smooth E!

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But viral videos and satire — and parody in particular — work on more levels than straight advertising or political image management do, says Robert Thompsonfounder of the Bleier Center of Television and Popular Culture at Syracuse University.

This screengrab from flaxka of the State,’ the web parody video from ‘Baracka Flacka Flames,’ shows a fake first lady and President Obama swearing, drinking, and smoking in a tough city neighborhood.

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Baracka Flacka Flames Barack Obama. As President Obama makes a last-minute push for the youth vote before the election, one of the splash hits in the viral video world is all about him. Monitor Daily Current Issue. Get unlimited Monitor journalism.

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Hit ’em Up Baracka Flacka Flames. In an interview in the New York Times Tuesday, the stand-up comic who portrays the President as “Baracka Flacka,” an off-hours crude-mouthed gangster, says he hopes the portrayal will help loosen up the image of a president often rapped for his stiff persona. I brought you change nigga! Because of the profanity and the content of the video, we have chosen not to link to it.