Monday, October 16, 2017

Kansas City Conservatives Fear Sprint Censorship Against Kid Rock!!!

An impressive column from Cashill standing up for hip-hop rock in the midst of political speech crackdown. Take a look: If the Folly Can Ban Milo, Can the Sprint Center Ban Kid Rock? - The Sentinel

11 Comments:

Anonymous said...

aPPARENTLY EVEN b-RATED ACTS WHERE ALL BOOKED FOR NEW YEARS EVE AND sPRINT GOT STUCK WITH THIS sHIT

Anonymous said...

Emimen = wanna-be rapper
Kid Rock = wanna-be Emimen

Anonymous said...

What a crock of shit. AEG is not going to cancel a fucking thing for protesters. This is serious money for them. ...thanks to the dumb fucks of KC. B list or not this previously toothless redneck has sold more records than any ten KC musicians put together.

Anonymous said...

Ask Cashill to deliver Trump's birth certificate.

Anonymous said...

Kid Rock is the entertainer most feared by the left???

No.

Donald Trump is the entertainer they most fear.

Anonymous said...

The left doesn't care. Most don't even know him.

However, you might want to check with the Westboro Baptists folks. They are the protesters in residence for Sprint Center shows.

Their first question will be: Does Kid Rock hate fags?

Anonymous said...

Kid Rock did a concert in Skull Bones Tennessee where they have markers of the names of the slaves that were lynched there. It is certain Kid Rock hates blacks but fuck him, he can't sell enough tickets to book the venue. A fuck Jack Cashill that racist piece of shit

Anonymous said...

Love it when pants-shitters comment about an artists they know nothing about. It's hilarious! Here's the truth. Both the left & the right hate Kid Rock because he sucks! Not for whatever pseudo-political thing you would like to imagine.

Anonymous said...

You get Kid Rock in Congress and we've closed the Idiocracy loop! Let's do it Michigan!

Frito said...

Go away, batin!

Anonymous said...

I don't know anything about his recent work, but Kid Rock had a pretty good number with "Karma Chameleon" back in the 1970s.