Monday, November 11, 2013

11.11.13 Bee-otches of the Day: Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley

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Names: Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley
Ages: 30, 41
Occupations: country music singers
Last Seen: Nashville
Bee-otched For: making the Country Music Awards a political event


If you ask me what songs Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley do, I'd go, "Huh?"

To me, country music is all the same: just a bunch of hicks singing about their dog getting run over by their pickup truck, their wife leaving them and hating black people, maybe not all in that order. But last week at the Country Music Awards, the two decided to sing a song that proved that there's still a huge line between those who love pop and rock music and country.

During the CMAs, the two did a duet about of all things, Obamacare. In the song, the two sang about how slow their website is and how they've gotten all sorts of diseases just waiting for the site to load.

After the performance, many country fans took to Twitter (and it's a shock that many of them can even write) and joked that they've had to sit through the Emmys, the Oscars and other awards and heard anti-Bush jokes for years, and now, it's their turn. True, but the difference between Obama and Bush is simple: Obama didn't kill millions over oil (although his military policies are still left to be desired). I understand that there's a lot of criticism over the ACA, but people need to realize that it's a helluva lot better than the crap that the Republicans have created over the years.

I think country music fans need to read and find the truth behind the ACA, but there's a problem: most of them probably barely done graduate from learnin' school.

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