Rage Against the Machine isn’t as big a part of Paul Ryan’s life as he might have let on years ago.
Battle Vice Presidential Candidate began last night between Democrat Joe Biden and Republican Paul Ryan and boy was it a doozy. Lots of spanking and psychological warfare plus some name-dropping, number-dropping, manipulative “heartwarming” personal stories, […]
While chiding GOP running mate Romney for his taste, Wisconsin Rep. Ryan name-checked a few of his own favorites along the way, perhaps looking for a way to connect with potential male voters with these macho bands.
Last week came the news that Atlanta-based Hall and Oates fans had started a Super PAC called The Hall and Oates Fans for America Super PAC. It got a bit of attention, mostly for its novel name – so much so that Hall and Oates caught wind of it. And it seems they “can’t go for that.”
Who’s rocking the Republican National Convention this week? Southern rock, Kid Rock, and basically no women.
A group of Hall & Oates fans are declaring “I Can’t Go For That” to the Republican party.
Dee Snider may have endorsed Arnold Schwarzenegger’s candidacy when he ran for Governor of California, but he hasn’t given Republicans carte blanche to use his music.
Rage Against The Machine’s Tom Morello speaks out after learning that Republican VP candidate is a fan. “Ryan claims that he likes Rage’s sound, but not the lyrics. Well, I don’t care for Paul Ryan’s sound or his lyrics.”