• Will Sir Paul McCartney's Thoughtless Remarks Spark Another War Between U.S. and Britain? Probably!


    Those predator drones that Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer requested have been successfully deployed to the Mexican border this week. However — while this might seem like a happy day for all white good Americans who rightly feel that highly sophisticated and expensive military robot planes are a rational means of defense against dishwashers and busboys sneaking into the country to take all our valuable dishwasher and busboy jobs — one can't help but feel that those drones could maybe have been put to better use.

    Like, for example, blowing up the shit out of Paul McCartney's un-American ass for besmirching the good name of our former president

    Paul McCartney won an award from the Library of Congress, because even though he had probably the third-best solo career as a Beatle, Ringo is not yet properly recognized for his songwriting prowess and the other two are dead. Sir Paul played a concert for President and Mrs. Obama.

    At the end of the concert, Paul McCartney made a joke. He said: "After the last eight years, it’s good to have a president that knows what a library is."

    What?! The?! Fuck?!?! So, Sir Paul "The Walrus" McCartney thinks he can come into our country and win an award from our Library of Congress and play a concert for our First Family and then make a light-hearted joke about our national laughing stock, huh?! No! No way! That is super disrespectful, and I, for one, demand an apology. Who's got my back?

    Human Events' Connie Hair gets Rep. John Boehner (R-Ohio) to demand an apology from Paul McCartney…

    "Like millions of other Americans, I have always had a good impression of Paul McCartney and thought of him as a classy guy, but I was surprised and disappointed by the lack of grace and respect he displayed at the White House. I hope he'll apologize to the American people for his conduct which demeaned him, the White House and President Obama."

    Not good enough! I demand Paul McCartney perform another private concert for me and my friends, after which he can issue his apology. Furthermore, I demand he not play any songs from his post-Beatles career — because, come on, right? — with the possible exception of "Maybe I'm Amazed," which when you think about it, was really actually written before Paul left the Beatles, so that kind of is seen as a gray area anyway. Am I right people? We demand satisfaction! And "Helter Skelter"!


    Tags: Barack Obama, Beatles, George W. Bush, House of Representatives, Jan Brewer, Mexico, Michelle Obama, Military, Music

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