McCain wins, Madonna remains unchanged, Obama loses voters...day by day.
Madonna, below, a veteran spoiler in American and Vatican politics
Earlier, it was the Pope. Now, McCain. Yep, the Material Girl is at it again. Nope, she is not saying good things about them. It's her rights -- the media gaurantees her that, at least. She is comparing McCain to Hitler. Many Americans (many of them her fans) are outraged by her unpatriotic concert videos. But count on Madonna to court controversy to promote her new "Sticky and Sweet" concert tour.
Talk about predictable. I think her time is up. She will always be the Madonna that we adore but we are no longer in love with her. We no longer care all that much anymore. She is known for using images and body language to upset the Catholic Church, etc. On her last tour, she upset Jews with her use of Kabbalah images. Now she thinks she is helping Obama by taking aim at McCain. Wrong move, mama. Madonna is doing more harm than good to Obama and the ongoing DNC in Denver.
I saw the clips. McCain's image is in a video (for the aptly named song "Get Stupid") that shows him, Hitler and Mugabe juxtaposed with shots of global warming and environmental and social destruction. When the song ends, more peaceful images of John Lennon, Al Gore, Mahatma Gandhi and Barack Obama are shown.
It's a vulgar attack. Whether we love Obama more than McCain or not, John McCain is not Hitler. Unlike Obama, McCain has devoted his life to the cause of freedom and the fight against tyranny.
I like what McCain's camp said about Madonna's videos: "it's not surprising that Barack Obama and his fellow celebrities stick together".
Yeah, those darn celebrities! lol Madonna has made a fool of America again. Here we are writing about her stupid tour. Darn, she's good.
What do you think? Is Madonna right? Wrong? Will she ever shut up?
This is why we love her. She always hits the nail squarely on the head. Someday she will do the same for Obama. She will rock his world with images of men and women falling off the World Trade Center in flame. One of McCain's fans posted this: Can't the Brits create a chair at a university in slutology, at least it would keep her and her mouth off the streets.
You see, with Madonna, it is always Catholic paraphenalia, sex, Kabbalah, etc. etc.
Isn't she busy, divorcing her gorgeous hubby and fucking A-Rod at the same time? Madonna should have just stuck to her act. She is the best in showbiz. Why McCain? Do something more important, go fuck husbands or go adopt more children.
Madonna is what happens when you leave syphilis, the clap and crabs untreated!
I like Obama. I will not vote for him, not because of him, but because of the media's unfair treatment of McCain and Hillary. But comparing McCain to Hitler goes beyond the pale. McCain proudly served his country. He just is not the man to lead it.
Obama cannot lead this country, also. At least McCain has the experience. Again, I am a democrat, a proud democrat, but what they did to Hillary is wrong. I am voting for McCain. No, don't you dare call me a traitor. I hate my party right now because of the way the superdelegates and the leaders of the party have been treating Hillary and Bill. And the media...
I'd rather see Madonna rocking the world and not John McCain. They live in two different worlds. He is rocking the world. She has rhythm; he has the blues.
To queers, McCain wins. Madonna loses, Obama gets the blues.
The bitter primary battle is far from over. Will they fall tonight? Or will they unite as one? Will we see their reluctance and hesitance? Will Hillary's supporters help Obama? I don't think so. And it has a lot to do with Madonna and the press (and Oprah) -- who have been very biased and divisive. First, they did not play fair with Hillary during the primary season, now they don't play fair with McCain. People are tired of that dirty, sleazy game the media is playing. Coming from Madonna, it is understandable. She is Madonna. All she cares about is herself. She is the material girl. She wouldn't be called that for nothing.
But that is cheap and distasteful. She should pay for what she did -- and by that we mean, the voters should vote for McCain and elect him as the next president. Even at 50, the queen of pop just can't stop courting controversy.
Yeah I saw that on TV and I thought that was tacky. And I didn't like her outfits this time. Tacky-looking. She used to be so good -- half-naked, half-crazy, half-dancing, half-walking, half-fucking on stage. She used to be so good. Not in Cardiff.
Madonna's middle name is controversy. But I think she has gone just a little too far this time. I think she is hurting Obama and the DNC in Denver. Fans of McCain are outraged. Bad move. As it is, we are learning that angry Hillary supporters are voting for McCain because their girl was mistreated by Obama (and the democrats) and misrepresented by the media during the primary process. And the fact that she was not even on Obama's shortlist. People are very very angry. McCain is winning this game.
It is very un-American of Madonna. Great show. But stupid mistake comparing McCain to Hitler. Obviously she wants to be on the front page again.
The rest of the show had the usual Madonna fixtures: sequins, fishnets, and bondage-style outfits drawn from the 3,500 items of clothing reportedly whipped together by 36 designers specifically for the tour. Dancers sauntered across stage in top hats and tail coats, and Madonna tried her hand at break-dancing and pole-dancing. Great, great show. She should have just doing that and no more...
What we have learned:
Madonna's comment is truly divisive, offensive, rude and totally un-American.
Obama and fellow democrats have not say anything about the comment athough they know it is wrong.
Supporters are angry at Obama for not depending McCain.
What we have learned from the concert:
Some 40,000 fans — many in pink cowboy hats and boas — were treated to a heavy metal version of "Borderline," while "La Isla Bonita" served as backdrop for a flamenco routine. The show, billed as a musical mishmash of "gangsta pimp," Romanian folk, rave, and dance — was an homage to Madonna's continuous reinventions over the past three decades. She took a playful take on her variegated career, mocking dancers dressed as her previous incarnations — including the "Material Girl" and "Blonde Ambition" — before they sank into the stage to the tune of "She's Not Me." Madonna finished off the concert with her thumping "Give it 2 Me" from her new urban-inspired album, "Hard Candy." If the world's top-selling female recording artist is still writhing, shaking and shimmying with the best of them, her personal life has recently been unsettled. Earlier this summer her brother Christopher Ciccone published a gossipy memoir, and she has faced speculation about her relationship with New York Yankee slugger Alex Rodriquez and rumors that her marriage to British filmmaker Guy Ritchie is on the rocks — which she hotly denies.