RE: [Harp-L] Politics and Blues Harp
I would have thought it quite difficult for anyone to inject such when their gob is full of harmonica metal.Thing is, you're simply exercising your democratic right. Long may you be able to do so.
> From: bkumpe@xxxxxxx
> To: harp-l@xxxxxxxxxx
> Date: Thu, 15 Dec 2011 08:36:03 -0600
> Subject: [Harp-L] Politics and Blues Harp
> I am a born again Christian, politically conservative, blues fan. There are
> a lot of us. We just don't talk about it. There is a tendency among some
> in the performing arts to adopt the attitudes of and inject into their
> performances whatever they perceive to be the current political/social
> zeitgeist. That is a terrible mistake. While nobody begrudges a performer
> their honest expression of their views on any subject through their art, the
> self-serving agenda of many performers is obvious and that degrades the art.
> I flee political correctness, especially the self-serving genre, and will
> not pay good money to support performers who inject it into what is supposed
> to be entertainment. I am a social and political conservative and my money
> tends to follow my beliefs. While I never inquire into the politics of any
> performer, the first time they force PC or liberal orthodoxy upon me in a
> performance, I walk, if need be in the middle of the performance, and never
> support them again.
> Bill Kumpe
> Tulsa, OK
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