POSTED: Thursday, July 18, 2013 - 5:27pm
UPDATED: Saturday, July 20, 2013 - 10:40am
Tyler, Texas (KETK) — So Rolling Stone magazine decides to publish a picture of a terrorist on the cover.
This is the part in TC where I am supposed to show you the cover. but I won't.
When I read stories about this Boston bomber on the news, I never say his name.
That's what crazy people like him want.
Just a few days ago when he was in court, he was found smirking at family and friends of Bostonians who had been maimed or killed.
Rolling Stone has always been an alternative magazine going back to 1973.
It has just about always focused on music.
It did, I'm sure, enjoy taking General Stanly McChristol down a few years ago when he was dumb enough to think he'd get a fair shake from Rolling Stone.
There are a few left-wingers who see nothing wrong with putting this animal's face on the cover of Rolling Stone and they will cite Hitler was on the cover of Time.
I don't care.
This was the wrong thing to do,
They published a flattering picture of this kid with a promise of showing you how wonderful he was until be became corrupted and got off the right path.
I don't care.
Everyone in the TV studio and watching me that's older than 21 can tell you of life's heartache and broken dreams, which could have sent us down the wrong direction, but, we didn't go the wrong direction.
We've become a nation of victims and babies.
Back in the 1970's Rolling Stone dissed Led Zepplin.
Now, whe you go back and look and 70's rock, which band do you talk about, Led Zepplin.
The minute Zep started talking about a tour again, Rolling Stone tried to jump in bed with them.
Rolling Stone was wrong about Led Zepplin in the 70's and they're certainly wrong about this Boston monster in 2013.
As we used to say in the 70's.."Have a nice day", Rolling Stone.
But, I won't be buying this crap.
That's my point of view, what's yours?
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