Rage Against the Machine Singer Wants Bushies Shot
Rage Against the Machine reunited last weekend at California’s Coachella festival. They let their music speak–mostly. But the far Left, militant lead singer Zack de la Rocha couldn’t keep his mouth shut telling the audience, “They [Bush administration] should be shot as any war criminal should be.”
Is it okay to question his patriotism?
Rage guitarist Tom Morello recently told MTV he wants to give his far Left fans a “kick in the ass” and wanting them to march on Washington:
Given the situation in our country and around the world, the fact that the White House is not ringed with pitchforks and torches means that people are not either paying enough attention or following through with how aghast they actually are.
Yes, it’s not like we don’t have enough protests on an almost daily basis.
Morello’s first solo album One Man Revolution should satisfy the cranky, conspiratorial Noam Chomsky readers since it “is a reaction against illicit wars, a reaction against first strikes, torture, secret prisons, spying illegally on American citizens. It’s a reaction against war crimes, and it’s a reaction against a few corporations that grow rich [off] this illicit war while people beg for food in the city streets.”
Somehow Morello continues to make his musical political rants. President Bush, the “absolute monster,” is getting awfully lax on their “oppression.”
“Rage Against the Machine Reunites”
UPDATE: Michelle Malkin has video and more of de la Rocha’s rant.
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