Wednesday, May 31, 2006

POLITICS/MUSIC: The 50 Greatest Conservative Rock Songs

Many of us I'm sure could go on for hours about this, but why bother? Nonetheless, get a load of this heaping pile of bullshit!

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Well... you know how fired up Townsend is right now... I bet he doesn't let them fuck with "Won't Get Fooled Again" without a reply.

Get 'em Pete!!

-joe

Stephanie said...

WTF????

Anonymous said...

...and can we ever get enough of rock lists...

Laziness embodied, it only barely qualifies as "journalism".

Somewhere in the avalanche of contrivances, he somehow missed "The Conservative" by The Orlons. He nailed "My City Was Gone", though...
-Happy Talk

Anonymous said...

I think it's really quite comical. How in the hell does a person even come up with the idea to create a list like this in the first place? Thanks for laugh, Steve. What will the conservatives come up with next?!?!

Beth

Anonymous said...

Taxman shoulda been number 1!

-Not Dave Collett

Anonymous said...

Wow! Now I find myself running through other songs, especially written by folks I know, to see how they could be twisted to fit this guy's list. Lubbock Spurts, your catalog is up first!
ENK

www.tobyweiss.com said...

They totally overlooked the Bacharach/David composition, "Wives & Lovers."

Anonymous said...

Wow. There's a lot of good ones in there. Never realized how conservative I was.

Man, that's total nonsense! But thanks for the link Steve.
Spencer

Anonymous said...

And direct from the Southern Baptist convention, besides "Stand By Your Man", Joannie Summers' "Johnny Get Angry" and Dusty Springfield's "Wishin' and Hopin'". Those were the good old days when a woman didn't have to think for herself.
Debbie Jo