Saturday, September 11, 2010

Rage Against The Machine, where were you for the last decade? Live in L.A.: "Waaaaaaaaaaaaake uuuuuuuuuuup!"

I suggest headphones or speakers turned way the hell up on this one. 

Zach's speech during the breakdown, which is focused on the immigration law in Arizona and that the economic and jobs crisis that he says has partially spurred it on (and it's proposed copying in states across the nation), points out something important: "The cause of this crisis is Goldman Sachs and AIG and corporate America, who have shipped our jobs overseas." 

The "land of hypocrisy" may be the greatest on Earth, but those at the top have forgotten the most important words of this song: "What you reap, is what you sow." What, you don't think it matters that we don't make anything in this country any more? Think again. 


Posted via email from Stephen Feller

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