Madonna’s “Black Muslim” Endorsement Of Obama

There's some puzzlement as to why Madonna, in telling D.C. concertgoers on Monday night to vote for President Obama, called him a "black Muslim." Was it ironic, or does she really believe it? Anyhow, far from being a non-endorsement, endorsement, she seemed to be making the case for his re-election, even if it is doubtful she'll show up on the campaign trail anytime soon as an official campaign surrogate.

 

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