Bruce, Bruce Bruce. Didn't I already tell you that politics isn't really your thing? Didn't I warn you that you were going to get hurt out here in politics world, particularly with that crowd of senseless hippies on the left you are hanging around with?
I begged you to stick with music.
But you just couldn't listen to this old Asbury Park boy who is always trying to have your back.
Well, they finally burned you, Bruce. I knew they would. Let me familiarize the folks here at Justified Right with what just happened between you and the loony left:
Now, Wal-Mart is despised by the left, for nothing more than being good at what the do. The left hates success. It's an extension of "They hate us for our freedoms." They really do.
So bizarre is the left's obsession with Wal-Mart that there are numerous websites dedicated to letting people talk about how they feel about Wal-Mart.
Good grief. It's just a store.
But to the left, Wal-Mart is some sort of human rights grinder that mistreats people all over the world.
So when Springsteen made his deal with Wal-Mart, the little bleeding liberal heart went into arrhythmia.
"How could the 'working class hero" Bruce support the evil corporation that exploits the working class?" they whined. Bruce had to apologize so they wouldn't stroke.
Hippies. They're so stupid.
They just don't know that one of the best companies in America for the working class is Wal-Mart. Why? Their stuff is less expensive than every other store. A wide variety of items, even clothes and food, and the best prices around.
THAT is GREAT for the working man. As someone who is feeding a family of 6, I appreciate being able to bring my paycheck to Wal-Mart and get what I need, and still have money left over to take the kids to a movie because of it.
That's the sort of life Bruce used to sing about in his songs.
So why doesn't Bruce know this about Wal-Mart? Because he hangs out with elitist snobs like Barry "arugala" Obama. Bruce has lost touch with the working man.
I've offered before, Bruce. Sit down and talk with me, an old Asbury Parker like yourself. Get back to your roots.