Barack Obama Joins Daddy Yankee, Fanny Lu, Don Omar and Others in Univision’s Music Extravaganza

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Well, my friends, time has come for the nation’s president to be serious about U.S. Hispanics. Very serious. And that is why Barack Obama is taking a break from his busy schedule fixing AIG, Iraq, Afghanistan, Guantánamo and other stuff to come talk to us during tonight’s broadcast of Univision’s Premio lo Nuestro.

Per a Univision press release: The president will appear via video “to give a message of hope and civic engagement.” Immediately afterwards we’ll go back to enjoying a parade of scantily-clad Latinas and not very “civic” Latinos. (I’m sure Elvis Crespo needs an extra hand.)

Can’t wait!

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3 Responses to Barack Obama Joins Daddy Yankee, Fanny Lu, Don Omar and Others in Univision’s Music Extravaganza

  1. Eric says:

    Obama and Univision have been like “this” lately. (This = crosses fingers)

    I heard at the press conference a few days ago Univision go the 3rd question! I’m so happy Obama is making an effort to help out the Hispanic community. Also, just a few days ago it was announced that Univision got higher ratings than NBC.

    Interesting.

  2. Lisa O. says:

    Meanwhile, at Telemundo, “journalist” Maria Celeste Arraras continues her hourlong interviews with Myrka Dellano’s husband, because that matters!

  3. Smooth Thug says:

    Yes, but can he play “La Negrita” on that guitar?

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