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Wednesday, February 23, 2005

Johnny Ramone: Conservative Rebel

Johnny Ramone: Rebel in a Rebel's World

The Washington Times
By Steve Miller

...He was a rebel in a rebel's world, though. Johnny Ramone was a fiercely Republican-voting, NRA-supporting musician in a milieu that is remarkable for its embrace of all things left.

Johnny went worldwide public with his partisanship in 2002, when the Ramones were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. At the microphone to give props to the people who made it all possible, he offered his own version of a Michael Moore moment.

"God bless President Bush, and God bless America," he said, clad in his trademark T-shirt, ripped blue jeans and leather jacket...

...For his news now, he hits the Drudge Report and Newsmax.com, Fox News' "Hannity and Colmes," and "The O'Reilly Factor." He listens daily to Rush Limbaugh and Michael Medved. In L.A., people spend a lot of time in their cars, and he uses that time to educate himself, he says.

His list of favorite Republicans should humble the Republican National Committee, or at least get him invited to a GOP fund-raiser: Ronald Reagan, Richard Nixon, Charlton Heston, [actor and close friend] Vincent Gallo, Ted Nugent, Messrs. Limbaugh and Hannity, Arnold Schwarzenegger, John Wayne and Tom DeLay...

..Like so many other right-wingers. who are fed up with the media establishment, Johnny tunes in to the radio every day for some roiling rhetoric and to the Web for some news that doesn't seem to make the local newspaper.

"Hey," he says, perusing Newsmax.com as he speaks on the phone, "what's going on with these illegal aliens now?"

Full article here.


I AM NOT ALONE!!! It's no wonder the last living original Ramone probably has only survived this long because of his embrace of Conservatism. While Dee Dee was blasting his way to the all velvet heaven, Johnny was enjoying some refreshing talk radio. While his punk rock counterparts were embracing left wing fanatacism, he was well grounded in his beliefs and love for America.

Rock on Johnny Ramone. Rock on!


 
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Wednesday, February 23, 2005

Johnny Ramone: Conservative Rebel

Johnny Ramone: Rebel in a Rebel's World

The Washington Times
By Steve Miller

...He was a rebel in a rebel's world, though. Johnny Ramone was a fiercely Republican-voting, NRA-supporting musician in a milieu that is remarkable for its embrace of all things left.

Johnny went worldwide public with his partisanship in 2002, when the Ramones were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. At the microphone to give props to the people who made it all possible, he offered his own version of a Michael Moore moment.

"God bless President Bush, and God bless America," he said, clad in his trademark T-shirt, ripped blue jeans and leather jacket...

...For his news now, he hits the Drudge Report and Newsmax.com, Fox News' "Hannity and Colmes," and "The O'Reilly Factor." He listens daily to Rush Limbaugh and Michael Medved. In L.A., people spend a lot of time in their cars, and he uses that time to educate himself, he says.

His list of favorite Republicans should humble the Republican National Committee, or at least get him invited to a GOP fund-raiser: Ronald Reagan, Richard Nixon, Charlton Heston, [actor and close friend] Vincent Gallo, Ted Nugent, Messrs. Limbaugh and Hannity, Arnold Schwarzenegger, John Wayne and Tom DeLay...

..Like so many other right-wingers. who are fed up with the media establishment, Johnny tunes in to the radio every day for some roiling rhetoric and to the Web for some news that doesn't seem to make the local newspaper.

"Hey," he says, perusing Newsmax.com as he speaks on the phone, "what's going on with these illegal aliens now?"

Full article here.


I AM NOT ALONE!!! It's no wonder the last living original Ramone probably has only survived this long because of his embrace of Conservatism. While Dee Dee was blasting his way to the all velvet heaven, Johnny was enjoying some refreshing talk radio. While his punk rock counterparts were embracing left wing fanatacism, he was well grounded in his beliefs and love for America.

Rock on Johnny Ramone. Rock on!