Skip to comments.Obama's Rolling Stone treatment -- politics to pop
Posted on 04/25/2012 7:27:13 AM PDT by ConservativeStatement
WASHINGTON Offering riffs on Mick Jagger and reflections on race, President Barack Obama is capping a week devoted to courting young votes with a Rolling Stone magazine cover interview that segues from presidential musings on politics to foreign policy to pop culture.
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It’s hard to imagine today’s young people being interested in old foggies like Jagger, much less in Howling Wolf and Muddy Waters. But who knows, maybe they are...
p-resident Dog Eater has been on that cover so many times RS editors were wiping their mouths after getting down on both knees for sloppy seconds. Just another stab at resurrecting the old dopeychangey nonsense that is now dead.
Rolling Stone’s Boss Jann Wenner defines the term useful idiot.
RS has always been a Commie Rag sprinkled with hilariously self-important, overblown music reviews.
Very true. It is probably best for Conservative candidates not to try to be hip.
“It is probably best for Conservative candidates not to try to be hip.”
Better yet, let’s not let the Communist Left define what is “hip”. Among the dumb and/or young, who actually care about cool, it is a major weapon.
Rolling Stone is not for “young people.”
Its for aging hippies and 70’s stoners. I have no idea of their readership, but I bet it is down, down, down.
Yep, my kids hear that song “Moves Like Jagger”, and then they asked me, “Who is this Jagger guy?”
Rolling Stone- LMAO; the same garbage magazine that claims to be “the authority on rock & roll” yet did nothing but trash the mighty Led Zeppelin in the 70’s- the greatest band in the world...they eventually admitted their faux pas- they will eventually realize the same with ayatollah obama...
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