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Tag Archives: Mitt Romney

You Should Be Voting Instead Of Reading This

Posted by on November 6, 2012

Today is Election Day. For our foreign readers and those under 18, feel free to ignore this. For the rest of you, you don’t have that much of an excuse not to vote. Sure, you might not like either of the two nominees running, but your vote absolutely matters, and if you care about any […]

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Lemmy To Barack The Vote

Posted by on November 5, 2012

While this isn’t all that surprising, Motorhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister announced who he’ll  be supporting in tomorrow’s Presidential election. And guess what? It’s not Mitt Romney, who he called a “fucking monster.” Performing last week at a  Chuck Berry tribute concert, during an interview with a Rolling Stone, the reporter recalled an interview he’d had with […]

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Today In ‘WTF’ – Mitt Romney Giving Away Guitar Signed By Kid Rock, Paul Ryan

Posted by on October 15, 2012

Our friends at Metal Sucks have been trolling hard lately (I present to you Black Metal Brunch). That’s why when we saw their headline, we thought it might be a post from their fictional columnist Dummy Nosenothing. But no. In an effort to court Republican voters, Mitt Romney is giving away a guitar autographed by Kid Rock […]

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Just In Time (A Year Late), Morello, Tankian Create ‘Occupy’ Anthem

Posted by on October 1, 2012

A year ago, with the Occupy Wall Street movement in full bloom, the phrase “we are the 99%” was ubiquitous, as protesters worldwide railed against big banks, corporate bonuses, and, well, a bunch of other stuff that involved drum circles.  Since then, the movement’s waned somewhat, and the percentage most people are talking about these […]

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Metal Insider’s Top Five: Republican Rockers

Posted by on August 27, 2012

  OK, while we have our personal beliefs about politics, Metal Insider is a metal blog, not a political one. If you’re looking for hard partisan political writing, go to the Drudge Report or the Huffington Post. That being said, for a variety of social, economical and other reasons, many artists and the outlets that […]

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