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Im so tired of elected officials politician wanna-bes and media whores posturing and pretending that they know whats best for the entire country Are we Americans so ignorant that we need fringe members of the government to tell us what is and what isnt acceptable entertainment for our kids What we can and cant listen to Whats good for us and what isnt Lets put an end once and for all to this tyranical misconduct and abuse of power and attempt to remove our constitutional right to free speech The only gangsterism I see coming in response to rap lyrics is coming from C Delores Tucker William Bennett and Bob Dole Are rap lyrics the scourge of society I think not America thinks not As these ineffective politicians will see when America returns to the polls Im certainly not saying that its OK to demean or violate someone else Its not What I am saying is that rap should not be dragged around and beaten senseless by a bunch of preppy non-thinking wonderbuns who take pieces of lyrics and analyze them out of context in order to build and further their own political agendas Most rap artists chronicle their existence in their lyrics Wanna know how Chuck D felt or what he was thinking when Apocalypse was created Pop it in the old tape deck What was up with KRS One when he was working on Boom Bap Listen to the lyrics And these are just two examples that exist in an industry full of positive rappers The problem isnt rap lyrics The words that artists use are just words They often portray real life situations in the music if a rappers existence was in a fair beautiful calm world Im sure the rapper would talk about it in songs But thats not always reality How can you tell somebody who lives in a society that cares nothing about him or her in
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