Rolling Stone Has Gone Too Far
A couple of years ago I became a subscriber to Rolling Stone magazine. I enjoy reading about Rock music, and they have good charts at the back of every magazine. Recently the magazine has become too liberal for me, and story after story rips on President Bush as well as other leading Republicans. A few weeks ago they even ran a story on how marijuana is not a drug, and the Bush administration is just wasting our money fighting drugs. This weeks magazine has gone too far for me. While I am not a fan of "all or nothing" people, I am a very spiritual man, who has a deep faith in Jesus. The cover of the magazine showed notorious rapper Kanye West as Jesus Christ, and the story was even titled "The Passion of Kanye West". Comparing a thug like Kanye to Jesus is just a little far. While I am not going to burn things down like the Muslims are doing over the cartoon of Muhammad, I do feel that the magazine have become too one-sided. To couple the sainting of Kanye , the magazine also spent more than 9 pages ripping on one of my favorite Senators-Sam Brownback from Kansas. The article on him was titled "God's Senator, Inside the War Room of the Religious Right". The article states that Senator Brownback wishes to "turn American into a theocracy" , and spends page after page demonizing Brownback for such things as censoring what his children watch on television. I don't think I will renew my subscription..