Happy Labor Day!

nuttersquidward4While many of you spent this last weekend on summer at the mountains or the shore, Philadelphia had yet another concert weekend. As usual, it was chock full of no-talent “hip hop” artists.

Hip hop and rock came together for Public Enemy’s genre-bending set at Made in America Festival.

Yeah, word up, G! Friggin’ idiots. Sadly, these friggin’ idiots were more ig’nant than the usual crop of friggin’ idiots our friggin’ idiot mayor ships in. To wit:

Before making an entrance to the stage, Public Enemy representatives stood with a long vinyl banner that read “FREE MUMIA ABU JAMAL” – referring to the American convict who is currently serving a life sentence for a murdering Philadelphia Police Officer Daniel Faulkner in 1981.

Spectacular job, Mayor Squidward. Hire a bunch of animals who glorify a savage who murdered a Philly cop. Dick.

3 thoughts on “Happy Labor Day!

  1. Jim Scrummy

    Squiddy and Sethy don’t care. Mumia should’ve been executed a long time ago for killing a cop (No PA Gov. has the stones to do it). Instead Mummy is allowed to become a prison “celebrity” for the lefty marxists.

    Oh and Chuckie Dee, STFU about thugee traytable.

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  2. realwest

    What Public Enemy did – or rather Public Enemy’s representatives did, was absolutely disgusting – NOT as disgusting as the fact that Mumia is still alive, but truly disgusting.

    I admit that I’m more mature than most – hell, ALL of the “entertainers” there, in fact other than Nine Inch Nails and Public Enemy, I have to say that I’ve never heard of the rest of ‘em. Probably because I was fortunate enough to live through the beginnings and middle of Rock -when REAL musicians wrote their own music and lyrics and actually, you know, played their instruments and sang their music LIVE as well as in the studio but OK, time marches on and the younger folks get to choose their own music.
    BUT WTH was Mayor Squidward doing, allowing the representatives of Public Enemy to hold that banner?

    I don’t suppose anyone was holding a banner saying “Execute Mumia in Memory of Daniel Faulkner”?
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  3. Wyatt Earp Post author

    Jim – I guess Nutter has to keep his thug constituency happy, but considering the violence there – the worst of which being a rape – perhaps he should cut back on the rap concertos.

    Real – Nope. Not that kind of town.

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