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Sunday, April 24, 2016

Another one joins the ranks

Joe Walsh cancels benefit concert in Cleveland due to it being a prelude to the GOP Convention

"I am very concerned about the rampant vitriol, fear-mongering and bullying coming from the current Republican campaigns. It is both isolationist and spiteful."
Seriously Joe? You are concerned about vitriol?
The only vitriol I see is coming from the left .
All conservatives are racists and bigots,anti-women.Rap songs about killing Trump ,which with who Walsh had no problem with appearing at the same event.
Not to mention the nasty protest signs and bomb threats at Trump rallies
This has become reverse McCarthyism. 
The only thing is many in Hollywood really 'were' communists.
Doesn't Joe Walsh know that Glenn Frey isn't going to yell at him if he didn't cancel?
And why does he need to be PC ? Hasn't Life Been Good To Him So Far?

44 comments:

  1. The only vitriol I see is coming from the left .

    Seriously Lisa?

    I'll leave it at that.

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  2. One gets the feeling that you're not a fan of the insaneand untalented Rap "Singers" of the day!
    Well neither am I.

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    1. I can't stand those stupid gangsta hand movenents they do when they rap.

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  3. Rap sucks. It is not music. First, there is a beat. It is not even a beat played on drums by a musician. It is a programmed drum machine. Next, they add sampled songs, tunes, noises, and whatever. They did not create these. They recorded it and then dub it over their fabricated beat. Next, some dumb un-talented black guy starts talking about weed, or Cops, and booty while another dumbass un-talented black guy is in the background saying sheet like "yo", "YAY!", "yeeeaaaaassshhhhh", "dat's right", "check it out, or whatever...It may have been cute back when Run DMC was doing it. But now, Jam Master Jay is dead you all look like a bunch of dumb, ignorant un-talented black guys standing on the street corner, getting high.
    All these dudes do is annoy people

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  4. ... fret not thyself, because of evildoers ..."

    ~ St, Paul

    "... for the ungodly are not so, but are like the chaff which the wind driveth away ..."

    ~ Psalms (KJV)

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  5. 10 Things Conservatives Don’t Want You To Know About Ronald Reagan

    http://thinkprogress.org/politics/2011/02/05/142288/reagan-centennial/

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    1. Two, Four, Six, Eight!
      What makes Leftists denigrate?

      Eight, Six, Four, Two!
      That is all they ever do.

      Sneer, Jeer, always Frown,
      All they do is run things down.

      Where's the good in that?
      It's worse than shitting in your hat!


      ~ Anne Animus

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    2. Nobody wants to copy and paste your stupid links

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    3. Oh dear, poor Freethinke has to denigrate This One for pointing out that his hero, St. Ronnie Raygun, had feet of clay.

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    4. No, Canardo, I'm merely expressing disdain for ANYONE who dwells excessively, exclusively and incessantly on negativity while ignoring any trace of virtue in those he dislikes or disapproves of politically. Unfortunately, every time I begin to believe you and I might develop a cordial, mutually respectful relationship, you return to your tired old rancorous rhetoric.

      I've believed for years I could like you, if you'd drop your Bitter Old Bitch Act, and admit to being a human being and act accordingly, instead of playing the perpetual pain in the ass.

      There is absolutely no point whatsoever in digging up dirt on Ronald Reagan. He's already been dead a long time and is no longer competitive in the political process.

      That means he is not relevant to the current race for the White House, so denigratory statements about him are just gratuitous nastiness.

      In case you hadn't noticed I've been making a concerted effort to rise above that sort of thing in hope of improving the tine and quality of commentary on this blog.

      Sadly the appetite for pointless clamor and waspish hostility seems insatiable in a few who seems to live only to make trouble.

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    5. Pookie Toot-Toot's only talent is stinking up conservative blogs by yanking poo from liberal stink sites.

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    1. Possibly you meant, Glenn Frey?

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    2. Whatever glad you had one of your typical comments

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  8. The Republican Party’s standard deserves to be hoisted by an honorable and decent man, like Romney or Ryan, elected on the convention floor. It is better to lose with principle than to accept a dangerous deal from a crazy demagogue with orange hsir.

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    1. Ha ha ha! Ho ho ho
      ___ and a couple of Tra la la's
      that's how we laugh the day away
      ___ in the merry old land of Oz
      Bzzz bzzz bzzz! Chirp chirp chirp!
      ___ and a couple of la-di-da's
      That's how the crickets crick all day
      ___ in the merry old land of Oz

      We get up at twelve
      ___ and start to work at one
      Take an hour for lunch,
      ___ and then a two we're done
      Jolly good fun!

      Ha ha ha! Ho ho ho
      ___ and a couple of Tra la la's
      that's how we laugh the day away
      ___ in the merry old land of
      ______ merry old land of
      _________ Merry Old Land of Oz!

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  9. Oh I am sure you were calling them decent men in 2012.
    Puleeez

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  10. joe walsh sucks. the eagles suck. They're boring. Next...

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  11. Glen had some talent. He hooked up with the wrong guys.

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  12. Right his career is so great that he thinks he can be choosy

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  13. Every song the Eagles did sounded exactly like the last one they did.

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  14. Although, Glenn Frey seemed a very nice down to earth person....I played in a charity golf tournament in Las Vegas with him about 10 years ago....we drank about ten beers during the round.

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  15. Pack up your troubles, c’mon get happy
    Ya better chase all your cares away
    Sing hallelujah, c'mon get happy
    Get ready for the judgment day

    The sun is shinin', c'mon get happy
    The lord is waiting to take your hand
    Shout hallelujah, c'mon get happy
    We're goin' to the promised land

    We're headin' 'cross the river
    Gonna wash our sins in the tide
    It's all so peaceful
    On the other side

    Forget your troubles, c’mon get happy
    Ya better chase all your cares away
    Sing hallelujah, c'mon get happy
    Get ready for the judgment day

    The sun is shinin', c'mon get happy
    The lord is waiting to take your hand
    Shout hallelujah, c'mon get happy
    We're goin' to the promised land

    We're headin' 'cross the river
    Wash our sins away in the tide
    It's all so peaceful
    On the other side



    We're headin' 'cross the river
    Wash our sins away in the tide
    It's all so peaceful
    On the other side

    Forget your troubles, c’mon get happy
    Ya better chase your cares away!
    Sing hallelujah, c'mon get happy
    Get ready for the judgment day.


    ~ Harold Arlen

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  16. The Flying Burrito Brothers (with Gram Parsons and Chris Hillman) invented country-rock while the Eagles cashed in on it.

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  17. The Eagles actually stole much from Poco who were one of the true inventors of the California country rock sound (Check out Poco's Deliverin'). The Eagles even stole two members: Randy Meisner and Tim Schmidt. But before Poco, The Eagles and FBB, the Byrds started it all with 'Sweetheart of the Rodeo.' Even Rick Nelson pre-dates most who are credited as inventors of the genre. http://www.rocktownhall.com/blogs/once-and-for-all-country-rock/

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    1. Gram Parsons and Chris Hillman were in the Byrds for that record and were the impetus behind it.

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    2. Poco has plenty of great music. As for the Eagles, they got lucky at the time they got signed to Asylum Records. The story behind it was that David Geffen was looking for a label to sign Jackson Browne. Geffen had solicited 4 record companies, with each of them telling him Jackson Browne was the worst singer they ever heard. One of the executives at Atlantic Records told Geffen to form his own company and sign him on, promising Geffen that they would distribute his record company artists. Geffen came across the Eagles and Linda Rondstadt at the time and got them going along with Jackson Browne. A few years later, Geffen sold his profitable company Asylum Records to Atlantic, and they merged it with Elektra Records. The Eagles made their fortune thanks to David Geffen. Don Henley never forgot who brought him fame after he went solo, as he signed onto Geffen Records after he left Asylum Records.

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  18. If Harriet Tubman has the Rightwingers so upset, maybe they would prefer one of their real heros? LIke Michelle Obama!!!

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  19. On the Slow Dance of Death
    _ Via Cultural Asphyxiation _

    


________ PHEW! ________

    

Here is my position:

    I'm more fond of erudition
    
Than street talk about coition.
    
These rapsters have IQ,

    But I'll tell you, what they do,

    Should be flushed right down the loo.

    I've never genuflected

    For efforts misdirected

    That should be disrespected.

    References to farts

    Don't belong in the fine Arts,

    Nor do turds belong on tarts.

    I don't mean to be a snob,

    But this parlance of the mob
    
Off on us BS doth fob.

    Acting out may be erotic,
    
But relating it's neurotic.
    
Rappin' 'bout it is psychotic.
    
‘Tis enough to gag a maggot,

    Or a jaded aged faggot,

    So take its toe and tag it,

    Then put it in a drawer
    
Ask, “What did you live for?”

    Then wrap this rapcrap war.
    
It’s been fun,

    But no one won.
    
I hope it’s done.
    
And now you have heard ––

    Direct, not inferred ––
    
From this unabashed nerd.
    
His very Last Word
    
On the Cultural Crap
    
Some are pleased to call Rap.


    

~ FreeThinke

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