Famous Rock Band Hates Huckabee Forever
Have you ever been to a sporting game, or a fraternity party, or maybe a Mike Huckabee rally? At all three, you can find drunk college students from Arkansas, and you can also hear rock and roll band Boston's "More Than A Feeling" played on repeat. Unfortunately for President Huckabee, Boston wants to exclude him from this elite club of fair use and is asking him to stop playing the song. Says songwriter Tom Scholz, "I think I've been ripped off, dude!"
In response to this allegation, Huckabee's New Hampshire chairman, Fred Bramante, told Sho-- Wait, he actually responded to this guy?:
"Governor Huckabee plays 'Sweet Home Alabama.' Does that mean Lynyrd Skynyrd is endorsing him? He plays 'Louie Louie.' Does that mean The Kingsmen are endorsing him? To me, it's ridiculous," he said. "Never once has he said, 'The band Boston endorses me.'
All we hear is, Mike Huckabee's ripping off Lynyrd Skynyrd and The Kingsmen and Boston, dude! STOP PLAYING MUSIC BY NON-CHUCK NORRISES, GUY.
Rocker Tells Huckabee to Lay Off Song [AP/Google]