Here are the 50 greatest conservative rock songs of all time as decided by the National Review. This is all almost intentionally funny until you see what the guy who wrote the article looks like...

Obviously he's serious, which makes this article, which presumably was a means for the National Review to up its already questionable "cool" quotient, wholly anti-successful. Which, once again, National Review, is extremely non-intentionally funny.


Unknown said...

Wow, do you think he took some liberties with his interpretation of what was conservative in some of those lyrics?

Whitters said...

Is this guy functionally retarded? Because only about five of those songs could be considered "conservative."

Also, it's so refreshing to see a conservative praise a song that supports racism ("Sweet Home Alabama"). Here, unintentionally of course, he is being honest.