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"CMT Flameworthy 2003 Video Music Awards." -- Inside the Beltway
The Washington Times ^
| April 14, 2003
| John McCaslin
Posted on 04/14/2003 12:07:17 AM PDT by bruinbirdman
Edited on 07/12/2004 4:02:37 PM PDT by Jim Robinson.
The blending of politics and music is nowhere more apparent than on Country Music Television, which has just aired the "CMT Flameworthy 2003 Video Music Awards."
Toby Keith, he of the patriotic anthem "Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue (The Angry American)," won male video of the year, cocky video of the year and overall video of the year categories — every category for which he was nominated.
(Excerpt) Read more at washtimes.com ...
TOPICS: Culture/Society; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: countrymusic; dixiechicks; patriotism; supportourtroops; tobykeith
I guess 'they're dead to me' comes to mind. Bye bye Chicks. See you in France - they'll love that twang over there.
posted on 04/14/2003 12:19:55 AM PDT
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"The Dixie Chicks career?!? It's dead, Jim!"
posted on 04/14/2003 3:20:58 AM PDT
(Democrats.. Socialists..Commies..Traitors...Who can tell the difference?)
I can't wait for their USA Tour to start. First stop, Greenville S.C.. They won't refund tickets which I think will be a big mistake. A bunch of VERY angry ripped off Americans gathered in a group and locked in a concert hall with the Ditsy Shitz. This should be interesting.
posted on 04/14/2003 3:56:48 AM PDT
Quick, somebody with superior HTML skills, POST a hunky pic of Toby....please?
posted on 04/14/2003 4:04:18 AM PDT
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Well, as a guy I'm not really familiar with "hunky" pics of guys, but here you go:
posted on 04/14/2003 11:48:53 AM PDT
eye candy. thanks.
posted on 04/16/2003 10:18:41 AM PDT
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