Stevie Wonder takes over the White House - Obamas don't mind
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Yesterday they announced that Stevie Wonder is going to be playing at the White House later this month.
They released the information on Friday the 13th. Wonder's best song? Superstition.
Wow. These guys are masters.
Caterpillar denied this saying they would actually fire more people instead.
But it sounded good.
Wonder was a prominent part of the Obama campaign. Not so much him personally, but his music was heard at nearly every campaign stop. And not hits like "I Just Called to Say I Love You" or "You Are the Sunshine of My Life," but the songs that you could get into, like "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" and "Higher Ground."
Happy Valentine's Day love
Although the economic stimulus package turned out to be anything but bipartisan, Wonder receiving Gershwin Prize is something that all Democrats and Republicans should agree on. Maybe the only thing there'll be arguments over is what song is Wonder's best.
Really there is no need for argument. It's this one (see video below).