That doesnt sound like due process of law to me. Notice I didnt say the song is strictly about vigilante justice, though, nor that it had anything to do with race.
Well, that depends what your definition of due process is. The due process that exists today is positively byzantine compared to what existed even 100 years ago, let alone in the Old West.
Anyway, you're right to the extent that the song is ambiguous. It's certainly not worth the steam that Blumenthal is letting off about it.
posted on 08/08/2008 8:59:23 AM PDT
(McCain/Palin in 2008!)
. . . blithely unaware that they were swaying to a racially tinged . .
Guess I'm just too dense. I read the words and I don't understand where ol' Max gets the "racially tinged" thing from. I'll have to assume it's Max and not me that is "racially tinged"!
BTW, no one has the right to not be offended, as this would destroy free speech. Oooops. that's what the liberals want to do!
posted on 08/08/2008 9:15:32 AM PDT
(They're coming to take me away! Ha-ha, he-he, ho-ho!)
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