Obama: #TakeItToTheHouse — Boehner Taking the Rap?

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People wave American flags at a naturalization ceremony in downtown Manhattan on July 2, 2013 in New York City.

It’s time to “take it to the House,” the White House says.

And so the president and allies have adopted a rapper-inspired hashtag — #TakeittotheHouse — in a bid to win approval of a comprehensive immigration bill in the Republican-run House.


Here’s wondering what House Speaker John Boehner has on his iPod.

This? “What are we gonna do? Take it to da house.”

— Trick Daddy’s Slip-N-Slide All Stars on the basketball boards:

“Callin my peoples all across the world
This song goes out to all the boys and girls
You want them thugs to come and turn yo’ party out
You better take it to da house, (c’mon) now (uh uh uh)”

@BarackObama uses #TakeItToTheHouse hashtag re: immigration, ensuring we (read: I) will have Trick Daddy hopelessly stuck in head all day

It’s better than “Takin’ it to the Streets:’

And Obama’s friends are on the bandwagon:


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