November 7, 2012


Joy, Fury & Jokes: Musicians React to President Obama's Reelection

Brent Harrison
Brent Harrison

President Obama won reelection last night, nabbing both the popular vote and the electoral college. From Diddy's ecstasy to Ted Nugent's rage to Bob Dylan's first-ever Facebook status update, here's what the artists are saying.

But before we start, special mention goes to Adam Levine, who won Twitter with this gem: "That's what happens when you f—k with Sesame Street."

It feels even better the secoond time around!!!! #obama2012
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I love Obama. He's amazing and impressive. Well spoken. Who's advising HIM tho ? I mean ..Besides Michelle. Lol
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The people have the power! Proud to stand by you for 4 more years. RT @BarackObama This happened because of you. Thank you.
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Now that President Obama has been re-elected I'm sure he will be working hard to finish out his plan for this country, BUT what will we do?
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Pimps whores & welfare brats & their soulless supporters hav a president to destroy America
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I just hope,4 yrs from now,they find a way to campaign without spending roughly 5 BILLION $! That money could help a lot of kids.Just sayin.
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Condragulations @BarackObama Shantay U Stay!
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I'm signing off NOW I got work to do.No sleeping for 4 years for ME.A lot of folks angry in USA.I felt many zzz the past 4 expecting OJesus
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So inspiring, dreams do come true... CONGRATULATIONS MR. PRESIDENT!!!!!!!!!!
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To commemorate Obama's victory, I'm having a tea party.
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And last but certainly not least, Obama's victory elicited the first Facebook status update from a 71-year-old Bob Dylan:

"Here's pretty close to what I said last night in Madison. I said from the stage that we had to play better than good tonight, that the president was here today and he’s a hard act to follow. Also, that we’re not fooled by the media and we think it’s going to be a landslide. That’s pretty much all of it."