Comments: Not-So-Bright Eyes

Not to say anything about Steve Jobs' politics, but that song seems to have been free on iTunes for the last 3 months. Perhaps Oberst made it available to them in exchange for it being a free download. One may never know.

Posted by Dan at May 6, 2005 10:23 AM

oberst cannot even get arrest, can he? LOL
You know what? We don't care what some twit singer's opinion of our president is. Ditto actors. Lincoln had bigger problems with actors in his day. If some minor celeb wants to cut the president, go right ahead. Red State has bigger worries

Posted by don surber at May 6, 2005 12:59 PM

That song sucks and it doesn't suck because it's anti-Bush. His last two albums were mediocre and the song is more attention-getting than anything. The song came out before the election but even major Bush hater Dawn Summers hated it. So, I don't know. I think the fact that it's clear this song won't make him famous is letting everyone give him a pass.

Posted by Karol at May 6, 2005 11:51 PM

Steve, nobody west of the Hudson or east of San Bernardino has heard of this Oberst person. Oh, sure, he's from Omaha -- but you need someone famous to mouth off before Flyover Country gets upset. Also, the guy's from Omaha -- the guy could, a la Ernst Stavro Blofeld, do a lot worse and nobody would hear about it for years.

Posted by Benjamin Kepple at May 7, 2005 08:37 AM

Hey, thanks for the link. Minor correction, I'm a girl. I didn't see the performance on the Tonight Show, but someone in a forum I hang out on, did, and posted the lyrics, and all the lefties came out of the closet to say "Wow!" and I just had to comment that it wasn't one of free speech's finest moments, IYKWIM. I hope the fact that the lyrics are so stupid explains its lack of popularity.

Tony Kushner's Law -- yes, unfortunately, it's true -- remember "Piss Christ"?

Posted by Joan at May 7, 2005 12:57 PM
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