Here Are Some Meaningful Miley Cyrus Lyrics For Politicians Looking to Get Inked

By Cristina Recino

Miley Cyrus paid homage to President Theodore Roosevelt with her latest ink, an excerpt from a speech he gave at the Sorbonne, Paris in 1910.

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Situated on the 19-year-old former “Hannah Montana’s” left forearm, the new ink reads: “So that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who knew neither victory nor defeat.”

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But who says Miley is the only one who should find tattoo inspiration in unlikely places? Here are some politicians that should take the cue from the future Mrs. Hemsworth and get some ink of their own … using lyrics from Miley’s tracks that we think might have special meaning for them.

Sarah Palin
To all those haters out there: “Who says I can’t be President? I say, I say you ain’t seen nothing yet,” from “Who Said.”

President Barak Obama
An explanation of why “uh” has never been used more in speeches and interviews ever before: “I stu-stu-studder when you ask me what I’m thinking ‘bout,” from “See You Again.”

John Edwards
An ode to Andrew Young : “You’re a true friend, you’re here til the end,” from “True Friend.”