Thursday, June 26, 2008

Two More Reasons to Hate Neocons

Some asshole at the National Review thinks that he's figured out some great "conservative" rock songs. He has decided that, along with obvious ones like "Sweet Home Alabama" (it is from the South and mocks a Canadian) and "Don't Tread on Me" (America, Fuck Yeah), he could claim songs by THE CLASH and THE BEATLES.

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAGH*. Look assholes, if you think you can claim John Lennon on your side, maybe you better give suck-my-cock a chance.

Y'know what's a great conservative rock song? "Det Som En Gang Var" by Burzum. Doesn't get much more conservative than "That Which Once Was".

An equally asinine shitfuck, this one directly connected to the fucking fuckshit shit cunt administration, thinks that, while the President could not necessarily be legally prohibited from having you buried alive or your child tortured, he thankfully probably will never want to.

To respond to both of these two piles of fetid, week old afterbirth, I will paraphrase a Clash song:

Know your rights! You have a right not to be tortured. Torture is a crime! Unless it is done ... when we feel like doing it!
These are your rights!

*This does not even start to cover the rage and bewilderment that "Rime of the Ancient Mariner" by Iron Maiden was on the list. No human sounds could cover that one.


Anonymous Mortimer said...

That dude missed the boat on so very many of those songs.

3:35 PM  

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