Monday, May 22, 2006

Remember a few posts ago where I wrote about "Rock Bottom"?

Yeah... well, forget about all that.

Because I now am in possession of absolute scientific empirical evidence that the gang at NRO had their senses of irony removed at birth.

Behold ye reality-based and despair:
The 50 Greatest Conservative Rock Songs of All Time
All you really need to know is encompassed in this passage -- 3. "Sympathy for the Devil," by The Rolling Stones...Don’t be misled by the title; this song is The Screwtape Letters of rock. The devil is a tempter who leans hard on moral relativism — he will try to make you think that "every cop is a criminal / And all the sinners saints." What’s more, he is the sinister inspiration for the cruelties of Bolshevism: "I stuck around St. Petersburg / When I saw it was a time for a change / Killed the czar and his ministers / Anastasia screamed in vain."

Again, am I asking too much to hope that this is just divinely inspired performance art by the gang at NRO? No that woul dbe too much, it is the earnest nature of this screed that makes it the priceless artifact that it is...

And there's a special bit of love for you there as well, S9...

mojo sends

No comments: