Moonbat Musicians Unite for Al Qaeda

Patriots defending us from terrorists have found a use for some of even the worst pop music; playing it until jihadists cough up their plans for mass murder rather than have to listen anymore. Personally I would rather listen even to R.E.M. than have my fingernails ripped out, as is customary in the countries most of the terrorists come from. Nonetheless, the sanctimonious ire of the musicians who create this horrendous noise has been aroused:

Trent Reznor, R.E.M., Pearl Jam and The Roots are among the musicians joining the National Campaign to Close Guantanamo and are backing an effort to have documents detailing the use of music used in conjunction with torture there declassified.

(The United Nations has banned the use of music as torture under the UN Convention Against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment, but the Convention “goes largely unenforced,” according to the National Campaign to Close Guantanamo.)

Oddly, they still expect us to shell out as much as $20 for their CDs, even while admitting that forcing people to listen to their colleagues would be torture.

On a tip from Harv.

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