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Thursday, November 17th, 2005 at
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Help Teach American Youth That “Bush Was Right!”: The youth in America are being LIED to by liberal politicians and the mainstream media… but we’ve come up with a GREAT way to get the TRUTH to them: MUSIC. everywhere they turn, the mainstream media is lying to them about the FACTS — like the FACT that WMDs were found in Iraq, including enriched uranium, chemical weapons agents, chemical warheads containing cyclosarin, radioactive materials in powdered form, roadside bombs loaded with mustard and “conventional” sarin gas, etc.; or the FACT of clear, uncontested, proven links between Saddam Hussein’s Iraq and Al Qaeda; or the FACTS of all of the GOOD news that’s happening in Iraq, which the media refuses to report! We think it’s time they hear the TRUTH – so we’re launching a full-out nationwide campaign to get this new song full of TRUTH onto MTV and radio stations across America! WILL YOU HELP US? We’re putting together a “kickin'” music video right now, and we’re preparing a HUGE grassroots campaign to get hundreds of thousands of people to request Bush Was Right! on MTV’s “Total Request Live” show… leading to our demands for it to be played in regular rotation! If they DON’T – then we’ll hit the media in a BIG way, showing how MTV plays left-wing videos while CENSORING conservative videos!
Yes, I’m sure that if this doesn’t make it to air it will only be because of the clear liberal bias on music television. And Billy Joel is sure to sue these boys only because he loves Saddam Hussein.
Here’s a sample of the song. (You’ll need ReallyCrapPlayer to listen to it.)
Get down wif the truth, MTV… or they’ll pop some upper-caps in yo’ ass. Dig?
UPDATE – Ooh, look kids… you can buy the MP3 for less than one American dollar!
UPDATE – Ahahahahahahaha! This clip from MSNBC says it all.
By D-Notice November 17, 2005 - 7:57 pm
Is this supposed to be a satire? I can’t tell…
By Disillusioned kid November 18, 2005 - 6:10 pm
The worrying thing is in a world where Green Day’s American Idiot is regarded as “pubnnk” and one of the best albums of the year there’s a real danger that a piece of shit like this might actually do well.
By Disillusioned kid November 18, 2005 - 6:11 pm
Oops. The word in the quotation marks should have been “punk”…
By Oscar Wildebeest November 21, 2005 - 4:46 pm
I thought it might be a reference to Prussian Blue (I was going to make a link to them; then I thought, fuck it, why should I?). I didn’t realise that Bob Roberts had become reality (sadly still not available on DVD in this country):http://uk.imdb.com/title/tt0103850/