Casino Boots Ronstadt for Praising Moore

The first amendment is on shaky ground in Sin City as “…singer Linda Ronstadt not only got booed, she got the boot after praising filmmaker Michael Moore and his new movie “Fahrenheit 9/11″ during a performance.”

And if it isn’t bad enough that the events in this story demonstrate a disdain for free expression, there is an element of “blame the victim” behavior as well.

Ronstadt’s comments drew loud boos, and some of the 4,500 people in attendance stormed out of the theater. People also tore down concert posters and tossed cocktails into the air.

So a bunch of intolerant and disrespectful audience members engage in acts of vandalism and the Alladin punishes the artist who is the victim of their criminal behavior.


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One thought on “Casino Boots Ronstadt for Praising Moore

  1. I just wanted to f”ck Linda Ronstadt in the 1970s, before she beefed out and got old. Her political views I don’t give a damn about, just her voice. If she sang like a crank, they’d boo her. This is the audience’s freedom of expression. As long as they didn’t throw anything at her or threaten her, they did what you would support if it was on your side booing bush.

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