But the thrill we’ve never known is the thrill that’ll getcha
Rolling Stone Magazine has a new face on the August cover and it is Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the lone surviving Boston Marathon Bomber. Evidently the magazine did an article on the bomber and decided to put his picture on the cover.
When you get your picture on the cover of the Rollin’ Stone
This has not been well received by the commenting public as most see this as a slap in the face and an honor for the terrorist who murdered and maimed a number of people. You see, it used to be an honor to be pictured on the cover of the Rolling Stone.
(Stone…) Wanna buy five copies for my mother…(Yes)
I will admit that I have never bought the magazine and have only read a few articles from it when they were presented to me either online or by someone who had a copy.
(Stone…) Wanna see my smilin’ face
This guy, for some reason, has a following of people who appear to love him. He is a murderer who took the lives of a number of people and maimed many more. He disrupted the marathon, the nation, and the lives of the people involved. He is a puke who will be found guilty of murder and terrorism.
On the cover of the Rollin’ Stone…(That’s a very very good idea)
George Zimmerman was found Not Guilty of murder and manslaughter in the Trayvon Martin shooting. He seems to be more hated than the terrorist who took lives with intent to do so. People will make excuses for Tsarnaev (and blame America) while demonizing Zimmerman.
Do you suppose Rolling Stone would ever consider putting Zimmerman on the cover? I would bet if you asked them to do an article on him and put him on the cover they would think you were nuts.
How could we put Zimmerman on the cover? Why, that would turn our readers off? We would lose money.
But somehow the terrorist is OK?
I don’t get it. Like I stated, I have never bought it but the magazine has every right to put whomever it wants on the cover.
I just wonder how long this nation will survive when people like Tsarnaev are held in high regard by anyone at all while George Zimmerman lives in constant fear as a reviled murderer when he did nothing more than defend himself from the attack of a drug addled thug wannabe.
The embedded lyrics are from a song by Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show entitled The Cover of the Rolling Stone.
Never surrender, never submit.