Saturday, November 19, 2005

FRIST, A TONE-DEAF CROOK AND CAT KILLER, REFUSES TO ALLOW THE SENATE TO HONOR BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN

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You might remember how right wing loons in the Texas state Senate derailed plans to name a local highway for country music hero Willie Nelson earlier this year. Well, the Repugs are at it again-- and this time they're dissin' The Boss. A.P. is carrying a story this weekend by Donna De La Cruz called Republicans Refuse to Honor Springsteen. Repugs sabotaged the efforts of New Jersey Senators Corzine and Lautenberg to honor the writer of "Born in the U.S.A." and a whole catalogue of inspiring and beloved songs on the 30th anniversary of the release of BORN TO RUN, an album which had a major impact on the lives of so many Americans-- and had a far better impact of foreigners perceptions of our country than anything done by the Bush Regime.

Unindicted stock manipulator/Republican Majority Leader Bill Frist, petulantly refused to allow the resolution to be considered and refused to give a reason. (This is the kind of innocuous resolution that normally passes routinely by unanimous consent. According to the Associated Press "Lautenberg said he couldn't understand why anyone would object to the resolution. 'Even if the Republicans don't like (Springsteen's) tunes, I would hope they appreciated his contributions to American culture.'... Corzine added that "We'll never surrender looking for ways to honor our local hero who made it big in this land of hopes and dreams."

I guess we'll have to just wait until 2008 or impeachment before anyone brings up Green Day.

1 Comments:

At 11:52 PM, Blogger Philbert Suggs said...

Last year, they honored a Republican rocker Ted Nugent whose commitment to the Second Amendment is greater than Springsteen's commitment to the working man.
Bill Frist and gang know a great American when they hear one!! Just look at these American values...and tell me who is more in line with our tradions.

WANG DANG SWEET POONTANG
That Nadine, what a teenage queen.
She lookin' so clean, especi'lly down in between; what I like.

She come to town; she be foolin' around,
a puttin' me down as a rock-and-roll clown. It's all right.

Wang Dang Sweet Poontang

Wang dang, what a sweet poontang,
a shakin' my thang as a rang-a-dang-dang in the bell.

She's so sweet when she yanks on my meat.
Down on the street you know she can't be beat. What the hell.

Wang Dang Sweet Poontang.
God Bless,

 

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