I want to take a detour off the sour world of politics for a moment. We all know by now that this country was sold a bill of goods by electing Obama. He "over-sold" himself on the interview. Now we have an incompetent hack in office who hasn't the foggiest clue on economics, law or military operations.
And this 'post-racial' president can't help but comment about "stupid" cops and how he thinks that black men and minorities are unfairly targeted by law enforcement. It's amazing that guys who are the biggest cheaters, are the first to accuse their significant other of cheating. The biggest racists are the ones out there accusing everyone of being a racist, when in fact, they are the racists and are projecting their own insecurity onto others.
Anyway ---- I digress.
I came across this wedding video posted at YouTube, and I have to confess, it's pretty bad. It's part of a new craze called Wedding Entrance Dances. Apparently it wasn't good enough for the wedding party to just walk up the aisle and stand in support of the couple about to tie the knot.
Now we have to have drunken, sun-glass wearing, post-adolescent fools prancing around the aisle and showing that they're semi-retarded. I'm sure it was some Unitarian type church, headed by a shock-haired lesbian. That'd fit.
The video was shot at a church ceremony in St. Paul, Minnesota. Here's the video:
Just a few points -
* They use Chris Brown's "Forever" as the song in the ceremony. This is the same Chris Brown who beat the living shit out of his girlfriend. So they've got a domestic abuser as the bard to lead them to matrimonial bliss.
* No wonder Minnesotans consistently vote for losers in their elected officials. From pro-wrestler Jesse Ventura to comedian Al Franken, it's painfully obvious that if this wedding represents Minnesota's voting constituency - they've got some problems.
* No body had any particularly special "moves" - they just kinda waddled up the aisle doing some arm and leg movements. Then the erst-while groom comes tumbling out of the mddle of the group and looks like he's lost!
These people should be embarrassed, not celebrated on YouTube. It was just a half-assed stunt to get some internet buzz and to say - "Look at us! Aren't we cheeky, fresh and modern!"
Did they want to celebrate their day in a memorable way? Certainly - everyone wants to remember their wedding day. But these people come off over-acting, and looking pretty ridiculous to boot.
I wonder if they're divorced yet.