The Wingnut’s Brain is Red
Led Zeppelin, “The Battle of Evermore” (1971): “The apples turn/ To brown and black/ The tyrant’s face is red.”
This line, readers, makes “The Battle of Evermore” one of the fifty greatest conservative rock songs of all time.
See, the tyrant’s face is red. Red, get it? Red, as in:
“It’s hard to miss the Cold War metaphor,” says John J. Miller, apparently in all seriousness. Whatever he’s been smoking, I want half an ounce of it immediately.
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April 8th, 2007 @ 07:26
Lenin is not a tyrant. Bush is a tyrant. But Bush’s face is not red. It’s white, the symbol of peace!!!
April 8th, 2007 @ 07:29
Bush and his bastard father and his grandfather, Prescot Bush, all are tyrants. Grandfather Perscot Bush was an accomplice of Hitler’s Nazi party. So, shall we paint his face red? If not, please leave Lenin alone. Lenin was the greatest of humanists.