Sunday, April 26, 2009

This Calls For A Clapton Moment

by Smitty (via Digg)

Gary Langer writes:
Barack Obama approaches the 100-day mark with rising economic hopes, the best job approval rating at this point in 20 years, the broadest personal popularity since Ronald Reagan and half of Americans now saying the country's headed in the right direction.
To which one can only reply musically:
How much more non-sobriety must we endure? Obama Clock


  1. And the other half is thinking this country is headed in exactly the wrong direction now and for many generations to come.

  2. Ohmigod.
    I'm going to see him June 23!!!! First time EVER!
    Can NOT wait.


  3. What a larf... Such reportage, such accuracy, why, ABC must be thriving! I daresay as the All Barack Channel goes, so goes Al-Barack.

  4. This is wrong. Somewhere in the universe all of this is wrong. Why isn't it wrong here?!? bleah...

  5. Never used cocaine, never had any real desire to do so ... but I loved this song for some reason. Clapton rules.

    I think the fact he has never adopted a "cause" (if he did he kept it low key), a de jure for rock stars these days, makes me admire him even more.

    Thanks for keeping the politics out of the music, Eric.