Happy Music Monday, everyone! Here's a classic piece of country rock from your parents' record collection…
Featuring such classics as "The Night They Drove the Civil Rights Act of 1964 Down," "Up on Crippled Veterans Should Not Be Receiving Health Benefits Creek" and "The Unlicensed Ophthalmologist."
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Rand Paul has a point about the extreme dangers of "people who promote the violent overthrow of our government." Sure, the First Amendment protects free speech. But do really think the Founding Fathers meant for it to work like that? Do you honestly think they fought that Revolutionary War against the oppressive government just so that people could talk about waging a war against an oppressive government? Clearly not…
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How long does it take to travel to every state in the nation and mock it right to its face? About two minutes…
I think it's really cool that Paul Jury traveled 19,000 miles in the service of writing his book States of Confusion, but you've got to wonder if it was really necessary. If he was really interested in seeing how everybody in the country really lives, couldn't he have just gone to a Wal-Mart in a Hoveround?
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* Ever notice how Sarah Palin only wears that Star of David in places where she might run into Jews? Do you think maybe she's confusing them with vampires?
* Tea Party politician Rand Paul thinks people who go "to radical political speeches by religious leaders… who is promoting the violent overthrow of our government" should be sent to prison. You know, either there or the Senate.
* Looks like Politico's Ben Smith is in the Charlie Sheen phase of internet celebrity.
* Newt Gingrich considering discussing his infidelities with Evangelicals concerned he might not know the true meaning of the word "grovel."
* Michele Bachmann thinks Armageddon might be right around the corner. Also thinks she has a shot at the White House. Eh, same thing kinda.
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