Once upon a time, all you had to do was write a catchy song in order to get your picture on the Cover of the Rolling Stone.
Now, almost 40 years later, set off a bomb that kills and maims people at the Boston Marathon because you think America sucks, and the leftist rag will put your picture on the Cover of the Rolling Stone.
Notice how rock star looking Tsarnarev appears, almost as if he looks like Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin some 43 years ago.
Outrage, rightfully so, has ensued. Many in the entertainment world have expressed digust at Rolling Stone, but the rag has it's defenders.
Like Amanda Marcotte. You remember her? She was a blogger from Breck Girl John Edward's campaign until blog posts she'd written showing hostility to the Catholic Church led to her ouster. Well, Amanda thinks he's dreamy and those who criticize the terrorist on the cover are stupid.
Luke Russert, who dishonors his father, the later Tim Russert, says the cover story of the terrorist is a "must read."
CVS and some other stores have refused to carry this issue of the rag. Maybe the "dreamy eyed" terrorist won't be able to "buy five copies for my mother" after all.
To think Rolling Stone couldn't sink lover after doctoring Algore's package back in 2000.