Thursday, August 11, 2005
If you can’t afford the Moon and if you haven’t blown all your cash on fancy new boob enhancements like Katherine Harris perhaps you’ll fork over $100,000 for the privilege of sitting in a private box with Governator Ah-nold Schwarzenegger in Boston for the kick-off concert of the Rolling Stones’ “A Bigger Bang” US tour.
As Ah-nold might say, “Fabulous!”
Will there be throngs of sweet Neo-cons swarming the Ah-nold re-election campaign with fists of cash to demand tickets or just the usual array of Ah-nold’s biggest special interest moneymen who also, serendipitously, are sponsoring the Stones US tour?
Is Ah-nold merrily tapping his lifts as he hums an advance release of the Stones’ new press-hyped anti-Bush hymn, “Sweet Neo-con” while he applies his man-tan and adjusts his toupee each morning in his and Maria's tastefully-appointed bathroom?
Or, as in this homey family scene described by Keith Richards to Newsweek, perhaps the Governator will allow concert attendees “to decorate him while he's passed out.”
Whatever the case, the wild and crazy Governator seems to embody the new widely reported lyric phrase from “Sweet Neo-con”:
You call yourself a Christian, I call you a hypocrite
You call yourself a patriot; well I think you're full of [a crock of*]shit.
*CNN is reporting this difference in the lyric along with mentions of Halliburton and its subsidiaries Brown and Root.
Jeez, more media errors of fact, who'd a thunk it?
Image: Google, Reuters