"During this election, young people from all walks of life have responded to Senator Obama's message of hope and change... with great enthusiasm... and that includes those in the Hip-hop community: individuals who are talented, intelligent... The key with us as we go through the next few months is identifying opportunities where we [the Obama campaign and the Hip-Hop community] can work together to communicate the senator's message."
Corey Ealons, director of African-American media for the Obama Campaign, on the Hip-Hop community and its future role in communicating Barack Obama's message of "Hope"
"If you've never in your life ever seen a nigga-hatin' motherf**ker, a motherf**ker that just hates niggas, look at that f**kin' pink-ass white boy."
Hip-Hop artist and Obama supporter, "Scarface", expressing his disdain for Sen. John McCain and effectively conveying Barack Obama's message of "Hope"....