"Two-time Grammy Award-winner Barack Obama is a man of the people," explained Axelrod. "He's won more Grammys than any of the Republicans in this race. I mean, how cool is it that the President of the United States has not one, but TWO Grammys? Even Bill Clinton wasn't that cool. We intend to drive home the President's message of jobs, protecting the middle class, and winning Grammy awards all across the country."
"I get letters from regular folks every day. To keep them neat on my desk, I use one of my Grammys as a paperweight," said Obama. "Notice I said 'one of them.' I have two of them. Two Grammys. Google it if you don't believe me."
Obama was also the winner of a Nobel Peace Prize, though the campaign has no intention of highlighting that accomplishment because, according to Axelrod, "The Nobel is a nerd prize for nerds." Obama, of course, won his first Grammy in 1995 for producing Sheryl Crow's hit single "All I Wanna Do," and followed it up with a win the following year for Best Latin Pop Performance.