July 27, 2005, - 4:05 pm

Mick Jagger Becomes a Dixie Chick

By Debbie Schlussel
It’s Mick Jagger’s 62nd birthday. But don’t celebrate the aging Big Lips or his new album, “A Bigger Bang,” the release of which was announced today. Especially if you are proud to be American. One song on the album is “Sweet Neo-Con,” an attack President Bush and American foreign policy. Instead of “Starting Me Up,” that Turns Me Off.

Rolling Stones lick the rears of America-haters

Let’s hope this CD is “A Bigger Bomb.” Show the prune-faced gerontoid Brit rockers that America-phobia doesn’t sell in America.

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3 Responses

This is getting to be a trend, old geezers former rock stars attacking Bush and American foreign policy, not to mention that tramp Hanoi Jane. Something tells me being an old hasbeen is not so fun to the formerly pampered.
What’s amazing to me is these rich old commie pinkos would stand to lose the most if Islamo fascists ever gained power.
The Stones are just a nostalgia act these days. They make millions on tour, but I don’t think anybody has bought their music for at least 20 years.
This stuff is actually a good thing, thanks to Springsteen, Michael Moore, and the rest of the dirty, smelly, aging hippies Bush was elected and hopefully they’ll keep Hitlary from being elected in a few years.
Keep whining and crying, freaks! It makes conservatives look so much more attractive.

The_Man on July 27, 2005 at 10:32 pm

Honestly, who cares if they’re critical of Bush? Why is that such a bad thing? I love how conservatives equate any critisms of the President as anti-American. Treating him like he’s infallible is far more anti-American.
And frankly I’m more offended by the price of the Rolling Stones concert tickets than anything.

Clompo on July 28, 2005 at 11:25 am

I suppose if this were 1939, Mick Jagger would be telling the British to keep its nose out of Adolf Hitler’s business.

rickzowie on August 3, 2005 at 1:40 pm

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