If Mitt Romney ever has a falling out with conservative buddy Bob Ritchie (aka Kid Rock) and therefore decides to replace Ritchieâ€™s â€œBorn Freeâ€ with another official 2012 campaign theme song might I suggest â€œMo Money, Mo Problems?â€
It certainly seems to fit, and frankly it is fast becoming not just an appropriate theme song for the Romney campaign but for all members of the much-maligned 1 percent, including the man responsible for giving us â€œMo Money, Mo Problemsâ€ in the first place, hip-hop uber-mogul P. Diddy.
For the last couple of weeks Diddy, known for his ostentatious love of bling, brushes with the law, not to mention his ever-changing monikers, faced criticism for an unusual reason: he apparently raised a great kid. His son Justin not only graduated from a prestigious high school, but was awarded a full scholarship to UCLA. That fact, that the son of one of the wealthiest African-Americans in the country will be attending school on a full scholarship, has rankled many, so much so that the school felt the need to release a statementÂ on the matter.