COMMON, RAPPER:My name is Common, the C to the O double M - O - N / Vote 2010 / I'ma let you know I came to rock everybody / I came to rock it for who? The Democratic Party / It's all good, yo you know we came to spot / I'm here for my man, the president, Barack / Obama (END VIDEO CLIP)
SEAN HANNITY, HOST:All right. That was rapper Common in October of last year at a Democratic rally headlined by President Barack Obama. Now, he's the guy will be performing at the White House tomorrow night, thanks to an invite from the first lady, Michelle Obama.
And although Common dropped the "n" word from the songs that he performed at the presidential event last year, he decided not to alter some of the most sexually explicit lines in his song.
So, I wonder if that is the type of family entertainment that he plans to have arrived tomorrow night at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Here with more on this unbelievable story, the author of The New York Times bestseller "Courage and Consequence," former Bush adviser, Fox News contributor Karl Rove.
No, I don't know, but you know, what is worthy amazing is literally, last week the president in a very eloquent moment, President Obama said, we need us a country to come together and, you know, reestablish the moment that we had after 9/11. Now, I was a little dubious about it because, first of all, he invited both President Clinton and President Bush to go with him to New York in the aftermath of the killing of Usama bin Laden, and both of them demurred. And the White House leaked that they've invited them. I mean, like they were trying to embarrass both President Clinton and President Bush. And then to do this, it is like rubbing salt in the wound.
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