Tuesday, June 08, 2010

Liberal Musicians Hall & Oates, Los Lobos Cancel Arizona Gigs While Che-Loving Carlos Santana & Willie Nelson Record Pro-Illegal Alien Music

What is a divisive issue like illegal immigration without idiots in the entertainment community to make dumb-ass statements or actions, in an effort to influence their paying public how to think?

Well, they've all come out to see who is the bigger idiot. In the last few days, Hall & Oates and Los Lobos, acts whose last hits were in the mid-1980s, have decided to cancel gigs in Arizona to protest SB 1070, the crackdown on illegal alien invaders.

Never mind that part of those 70 percent of Arizonans (and 60 plus percent of Americans) who agree with the new Arizona law might be fans of their music, these two acts forgot they were entertainers, not policy makers. So, they both flipped off people who made their living.

Interesting note one Freeper pointed about Darryl Hall. He lives part time in an area of New York surrounded by a natural barrier of trees. I guess Hall doesn't like invaders intruding on his privacy.

Los Lobos released a record in 2002 entitled Good Morning Aztlan.

Gee, where have we heard that term before? Hint below:

Meanwhile, Gateway Pundit notes that a bunch of far-Left musicians are putting out a record supporting illegal aliens. Entitled "Si Se Puede" (Yes We Can), the music is being recorded by Che Guevara loving Carlos Santana, who resides in the wealthy San Rafael, CA neighborhood of Peacock Gap (Marin County). Joining him are Mexican pop band Mana and the rednecked version Jerry Garcia known as Willie Nelson.

"Che may be dead for you, but he lives in our hearts ... Che is all about love and compassion." Carlos Santana on mass murdering Communist Che Guevara

Carlos, like his amigo Willie, is a fan of the wacky weed (from my time living in the Austin area, I can't remember how many times Willie got busted for pot). Here, Carlos makes a petition to his Comrade Obama to legalize marijuana and use the money for education.

Sorry Carlos. If we took you seriously, not only will your dope smoking idea increase paranoia, you'll make another generation just as dumb as the 1960s hippies who never grew up, and spent the last 40 years destroying the fabric of this nation.

So how would these big music libs like it if people downloaded their songs without paying for them or (even better) snuck into their concerts and took the seats of paying customers? Didn't think about that, did you?

Thanks for letting me know to cross you guys off any future "music to buy" list. Enjoy your trip back to the "Where Are They Now" file and the low paying gig at the Tick Tock Inn.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

"This is ARE land" Can they not spell? Isn't it supposed to be OUR? Is this what we are up against? Good, we've got it made