Snoop Dogg Offers 20 Reasons Why He's Voting For Obama And Against Romney

Sometimes the who isn’t nearly as interesting as the why when it comes to casting votes. Earlier this week, Snoop Dogg announced he’ll be pulling the lever for President Obama, which is neither surprising nor noteworthy. Luckily, he also offered a detailed list of the specifics that led him to such a decision, which is both hysterical and hopefully, a joke.

Entitled “That’s Y”, the list is handwritten on a piece of notebook paper, and it was published on Instagram yesterday. It offers 10 reasons why Snoop is voting for Obama and 10 reasons why he’s voting against Romney. I’m not sure there’s a single real issue in any of the twenty entries, but hey, it’s still worth reading. You can take a look at the entry below…

Warning: It contains some foul language, and, of course, is wildly biased…

I have no idea how hard Snoop was laughing while writing this list, but he’s extremely clever at knowing what amuses people. This list has raced around the Internet in the last twenty-four hours, and it’ll only get bigger from this point forward.

Don’t expect President Obama to publically thank Snoop for his unwavering support, but when no one else is looking, I’m sure he’ll still glance at it and smile.

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