(CNN) - America can rest easy. At long last, we finally know what's on the presidential iPod.
"My iPod now has about 2,000 songs, and it is a source of great pleasure to me," Obama told Rolling Stone Magazine in a newly-released interview. "I am probably still more heavily weighted toward the music of my childhood than I am the new stuff."
Stevie Wonder, Bob Dylan and Miles Davis made the cut. So did John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Nas and Little Wayne.
Obama credited his aide, Reggie Love, with "expanding my rap palate," and said daughters Sasha and Malia are also an influence.
"Music is still a great source of joy and occasional solace in the midst of what can be some difficult days," he said.
Very soon the people of America will make sure he has lots of time to listen to his I-Pod. I can't afford one, have to work to pay taxes so Obamas people, the non working, dope smoking Oprah watchers can enjoy their I-Pods that were paid for with entitlement money.
The question is – did he pay for all 2000 songs or does he own the CD? I suspect the answer is no – so the Prez is pirating music! That is great.
I'd bet the most played track on his iPod is "Taxman."
"Stevie Wonder, Bob Dylan and Miles Davis made the cut. So did John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Nas and Little Wayne."
Just how many Miles Davises are there?
Now here's some hard-hitting journalism.
WHO CARES. I wonder if he is still giving them away with his speeches loaded on them like someone would want them.