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Old 09-27-2007, 02:52 PM   #1
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Bruce Springsteen's 'Magic' Has Anti-War Message

Bruce Springsteen has already made his political feelings clear in the last couple of years. Remember his Ted Koppel interview? The series of concerts Vote for Change he did to support John Kerry?

On his new album, "Magic," Springsteen jumps right into the fray again. In a dramatic new REM-ish anthem called "Last to Die," he sings: "Who'll be the last to die for a mistake/The last to die for a mistake/Whose blood will spill, whose heart will break/Who'll be the last to die for a mistake."

The mistake is clearly the Iraq war. "We don't measure the blood we've drawn anymore," he sings. "We just stack the bodies outside the door."

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Old 09-27-2007, 03:09 PM   #2
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WAR

War hu yeah what is it good for absolutely nothin.
war hu yeah what is it good for absolutely nothin say it again y'all.
war hu good god what is it good for absolutely nothin listen to me

war I despise cause it means destruction of innocent lives
war brings tears to thousands of mothers eyes
when their sons go to fight and lose their lives.

I said war hu good god y'all what is it good for absolutely nothin say it again

war hu oh oh oh lord what is it good for absolutely nothin
listen to me war it aint nothin but a heart breaker
war friend only to the undertaker oh war

is an enemy to all mankind the thought of war blows my mind
war has caused unrest within the younger generation induction then destruction
who wants to die

oh war good god (background hu) y'all what is it good for absolutely nothin
say it say it say it
war hu what is it good for absolutely nothin listen to me
war it aint nothin but a heart breaker
war it's got one friend thats the undertaker oh

war many young mans dreams made him disabled
bitter and mean life is much too short and precious to spend fighting wars
these days war cant give life it can only take it away oh

war hu good god y'all what is it good for absolutely nothin
say it again
war hu woah oh oh oh lord what is it good for absolutely nothin listen to me
war it aint nothin but a heart breaker war friend only to the undertaker

peace love and understand
tell me is there no place for the other day
they say we must fight to keep our freedom
but lord knows theres got to be better way oh

war (background good god yall) hu what is it good for do tell yes
say it say it say it war hu (background good god y'all)
what is good for stand up and shout it nothin
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While Bruce is bitoching about the war maybe he should listen to this song.

There is a very good reason we fight the enemy. That is to protect people like Bruce and others so they can have their freedoms. Bruce is a fool just because he has "some" good music does not mean he understands how important it is to support our troops and that does not mean feel sorry for them but support them !!
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So is the good majority of people in this country, who just don't understand what we are doing in Iraq.

I sure don't have a clue. . . And I don't believe we do our troops a disservice by discussing the issue.
It's all about Bush and Halliburton and big oil. Now milks gone up to almost $5 a gallon and I ca't get my kitchen light to come on, and a big ole coon got under my house and is stirring up a racket trying to eat my cats. So Bruce can kiss my A$$.
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I've been turned off by Bruce and his politics in recent years as well. But he's not alone, the majority of Hollywood and the entertainment world feel as he does, but that still doesn't make it "right!"
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So is the good majority of people in this country, who just don't understand what we are doing in Iraq.

I sure don't have a clue. . . And I don't believe we do our troops a disservice by discussing the issue.
I do not think we are doing a disservice either but bashing our troops and placing the DNC agenda ahead of winning this war is wrong. Yea I know he is a good ole boy from the upper east coast with is social elitist views and his bleeding heart attitude suck. I do like a few of his songs and he is playing to his kind of crowd kink of like the Dixie Chicks. Backlash 08 is just around the corner for the Boss and his counterparts.
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I've been turned off by Bruce and his politics in recent years as well. But he's not alone, the majority of Hollywood and the entertainment world feel as he does, but that still doesn't make it "right!"
Hollywood would like to think they call the shots in this country but they are so very wrong. Bruce can only see the tree in front of him and not the forest in large. The Boss
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It's all about Bush and Halliburton and big oil. Now milks gone up to almost $5 a gallon and I ca't get my kitchen light to come on, and a big ole coon got under my house and is stirring up a racket trying to eat my cats. So Bruce can kiss my A$$.
Call animal control on the coon. They should be able to get it, if not try two other guys: Smith and Wesson.

Some of the reasons that milk has gotten so expensive are
The cost of transportation has gone up because the cost of gas has gone up.
This is likely to continue because the oil fields in the souther Gulf of Mexico have been hit by another tropical storm/huricane this week, and many other reasons too.
Another thing is that so many farmers are growing corn for "biofuel."
This is very problematic. The "greenies" have convinced us all that ethenol is a good answer to good old petrol. Well it turns out that "biofuels" puts out more pollutants than gas and if you live in the northern states, if you still have any in your gas tank when it freezes outside, you have a big problem. And in the southern states, the heat causes evaporation and water is the biproduct, which again is a big problem.
And again dedicating farm land to growing corn for fuel takes up space where we previously grew food for livestock and people. The government doesn't help by subsidising the farmers to grow certain things or not to grow certain things.
For me anyway, there is no easy answer. We each have to do what we can given what we have. To expect more is un-American. And don't listen to those socialist liberals -- driving their large SUVs and flying in private jets -- who are always spouting, "The masses should be taking public transportation, putting their heat on 65 degrees in the winter and leaving the lights off."
The money that I earn, I will spend as I see fit.

WOW! Where did that come from? Oh, yah, the price of milk.
Does chocolate milk come from chocolate cows?

Have a nice day.
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Call animal control on the coon. They should be able to get it, if not try two other guys: Smith and Wesson.

Some of the reasons that milk has gotten so expensive are
The cost of transportation has gone up because the cost of gas has gone up.
This is likely to continue because the oil fields in the souther Gulf of Mexico have been hit by another tropical storm/hurricane this week, and many other reasons too.
Another thing is that so many farmers are growing corn for "bio fuel."
This is very problematic. The "greenies" have convinced us all that ethanol is a good answer to good old petrol. Well it turns out that "biofuels" puts out more pollutants than gas and if you live in the northern states, if you still have any in your gas tank when it freezes outside, you have a big problem. And in the southern states, the heat causes evaporation and water is the byproduct, which again is a big problem.
And again dedicating farm land to growing corn for fuel takes up space where we previously grew food for livestock and people. The government doesn't help by subsidizing the farmers to grow certain things or not to grow certain things.
For me anyway, there is no easy answer. We each have to do what we can given what we have. To expect more is un-American. And don't listen to those socialist liberals -- driving their large SUVs and flying in private jets -- who are always spouting, "The masses should be taking public transportation, putting their heat on 65 degrees in the winter and leaving the lights off."
The money that I earn, I will spend as I see fit.

WOW! Where did that come from? Oh, yah, the price of milk.
Does chocolate milk come from chocolate cows?

Have a nice day.
I say it time to quit drinking milk Glad you got to vent Huldah. Seems the greenies have been high jacked by the liberal socialist. I know what they should do with their corn cobs
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Call animal control on the coon. They should be able to get it, if not try two other guys: Smith and Wesson.

Some of the reasons that milk has gotten so expensive are
The cost of transportation has gone up because the cost of gas has gone up.
This is likely to continue because the oil fields in the souther Gulf of Mexico have been hit by another tropical storm/huricane this week, and many other reasons too.
Another thing is that so many farmers are growing corn for "biofuel."
This is very problematic. The "greenies" have convinced us all that ethenol is a good answer to good old petrol. Well it turns out that "biofuels" puts out more pollutants than gas and if you live in the northern states, if you still have any in your gas tank when it freezes outside, you have a big problem. And in the southern states, the heat causes evaporation and water is the biproduct, which again is a big problem.
And again dedicating farm land to growing corn for fuel takes up space where we previously grew food for livestock and people. The government doesn't help by subsidising the farmers to grow certain things or not to grow certain things.
For me anyway, there is no easy answer. We each have to do what we can given what we have. To expect more is un-American. And don't listen to those socialist liberals -- driving their large SUVs and flying in private jets -- who are always spouting, "The masses should be taking public transportation, putting their heat on 65 degrees in the winter and leaving the lights off."
The money that I earn, I will spend as I see fit.

WOW! Where did that come from? Oh, yah, the price of milk.
Does chocolate milk come from chocolate cows?

Have a nice day.
Huldah, I'm kinda old an sometimes fall asleep when I'm reading a long message. What about my kithen light? Now my microwave is screwed up.
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Call animal control on the coon. They should be able to get it, if not try two other guys: Smith and Wesson.

Some of the reasons that milk has gotten so expensive are
The cost of transportation has gone up because the cost of gas has gone up.
This is likely to continue because the oil fields in the souther Gulf of Mexico have been hit by another tropical storm/huricane this week, and many other reasons too.
Another thing is that so many farmers are growing corn for "biofuel."
This is very problematic. The "greenies" have convinced us all that ethenol is a good answer to good old petrol. Well it turns out that "biofuels" puts out more pollutants than gas and if you live in the northern states, if you still have any in your gas tank when it freezes outside, you have a big problem. And in the southern states, the heat causes evaporation and water is the biproduct, which again is a big problem.
And again dedicating farm land to growing corn for fuel takes up space where we previously grew food for livestock and people. The government doesn't help by subsidising the farmers to grow certain things or not to grow certain things.
For me anyway, there is no easy answer. We each have to do what we can given what we have. To expect more is un-American. And don't listen to those socialist liberals -- driving their large SUVs and flying in private jets -- who are always spouting, "The masses should be taking public transportation, putting their heat on 65 degrees in the winter and leaving the lights off."
The money that I earn, I will spend as I see fit.

WOW! Where did that come from? Oh, yah, the price of milk.
Does chocolate milk come from chocolate cows?

Have a nice day.
Great Post there Huld. Very much like I feel....
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Huldah, I'm kinda old an sometimes fall asleep when I'm reading a long message. What about my kithen light? Now my microwave is screwed up.
Chit, you need to make a trip down to Wally World and buya a new microwave. Doesn't pay to fix a chinese made POS. What's wrong with your kitchen light? Did the wick burn out? Run out of oil? You dident foget to pay de light bill, did ya?
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Chit, you need to make a trip down to Wally World and buya a new microwave. Doesn't pay to fix a chinese made POS. What's wrong with your kitchen light? Did the wick burn out? Run out of oil? You dident foget to pay de light bill, did ya?
No I dident foget. The extension chord from where I get my electric gets hot sometimes. I dont no if this has something to do with it or not. Does anybody out there have any experience with this sort of thing. I got the coon. He'll be smoked up soon.
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No I dident foget. The extension chord from where I get my electric gets hot sometimes. I dont no if this has something to do with it or not. Does anybody out there have any experience with this sort of thing. I got the coon. He'll be smoked up soon.
Go to home-depot and get you some HEAVY DUTY extension cords.. those cheap wal-mart ones can't go but so many feet.
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