CANTOR SPENT AS MUCH MONEY ON STEAK DINNERS THAN BRAT’S ENTIRE CAMPAIGN JUNE 11, 2014 – In a stunning upset that is sending shockwaves through the pundits, pollsters and the Internet, house majority leader Eric Cantor who was in DC at a fundraiser the day before the primary election smugly thinking he was coasting to victory […]
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FEB 24, 2013 – Gregg Abbott, the presumptive Republican nominee for Governor of Texas stumped with insane has-been rocker Ted Nugent, and even praised the rightwing mouthpiece that recently called President Obama a "mongrel". Many are saying this is a big mistake and might come back to haunt him in the general election. Read more on Politico here. (photo credit: Gage Skidmore/CC)
NOV 5, 2013 – I used to crank Five For Fighting's "America Town" album back in 2000. I loved frontman John Ondrasik's songwriting, music, and I especially liked that he was a hockey fan like me and used the hockey penalty for fighting, five minutes for fighting, as the group's name. But, I was shocked and horrified today to stumble upon an interview of him by Madeleine Morgenstern on right-wing extremist conservative Glenn Beck's "The Blaze" website. I almost dropped my laptop when I read how he blames Obama for the Teabagger-started shutdown, and even implied President Obama deliberately told the US Park Service to put up "Closed" signs as to create "horror photo ops for the media". I don't know if I will ever listen to his music again, or listen to it in the same light again. Ondrasik even says he was hopeful President Obama could "bring the country together and decrease the divide", then incredulously blames the massive and constant obstruction by the Teabagger-led right-wing extremist House of Representatives blocking his every bill and the Obama Hatred Derangement Syndrome that Republicans are suffering from on President Obama. Incredible.
As Ondrasik points out in his interview, he and Kid Rock are pretty much the only two musicians that are conservative, and both stumped for the .01 percenter Richie Rich Mitt Romney in 2012…ugh. He mentions in the interview that many people after finding out the right-wing extremist conservative views he holds say "I will never listen to or buy Five For Fighting music again". Count me as one of those. The "fair and balanced" (NOT) interviewer Morgenstern points out his new song "Rebel" "takes a jab at the Sean Penns of the world". Throughout the interview Ondrasik rants that being progressive is not brave, since most people hold progressive views, so they are just trying to fit in. No John, most of us are progressive because we were born this way; there are just more of us than there are of you…sorry. He recently created an "incident" at the Jefferson Memorial during the shutdown (talk about creating a horror photo-op) where he forced a US Park Police officer to ask him to leave the closed Jefferson Memorial. Ondrasik refused and forced the officer to "push him out of the memorial" and Tweeted about it in pics here. If you want to never listen to Five For Fighting's music again and to read John Ondrasik's extremist Teabagger views, corrupt your cache by going to The Blaze here. (Don't forget to clear your cache afterwards and take a shower) (photo credit: Mike Cassidy/CC)
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AUG 19, 2012 – Following in the footsteps of Ted Nugent, another ultra-conservative musician, this time Hank Williams Jr., has stepped forward and made statements about President Obama that were vitriolic, hateful, and bordering insanity if not outright crossing the line between truth and sanity and whatever world Fox News viewers live in. Speaking at the end of a concert at the Iowa Sate Fair Grandstand he shouted to the crowd, “We’ve got a Muslim president who hates farming, hates the military, hates the US and we hate him!”, and the the Des Moines Register reported that the Teabag crowd went nuts and cheered enthusiastically. (photo credit: CC/Andrea Klein)
Oct 17, 2011 – Op-Critical is back with another song, this time reminding us of the hell that is the "Tea Party", and their constant and widespread hate speech. From the crazy signs, to the cheers for executions at the debate, they show what they are all about. The song is called, "Teabags and Koolaid".
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