15 thoughts on “Aerosmith Visits Netanyahu In Jerusalem

  1. As a paedo and slave to the kosher industry, stephen tyler should feel right at home in is-real-hell. He’s probably just there for the “treats”.

  2. Another band to boycott. Too bad slime has a good voice. Man, I gave too much of my life to rock stars and movie stars. How few were worthy of such admiration and patronage. Well, you learn as you go. But I’d sure like to see a list of those who did not sell out or buy in. Very short list, I’m sure.

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    1. The Presidents of the United States of America is one group that didn’t sell out. Thats why you probably have never heard of them. They are pretty off the wall.

      1. Oh Swifty, another one bites the dust. Just found this on Wikipedia:

        The band performed for President Bill Clinton at a 1994 Democratic Party fundraiser in Seattle. The band also supported John Kerry in the 2004 U.S. presidential election. On January 17, 2009, The Presidents released a single on the National Public Radio show Weekend America called “Moving In,” detailing the journey of Barack Obama in celebration of his inauguration as president.[11] The former Governor of Washington State, Gary Locke, is featured on the backing vocals of “Volcano” (Live) [Ten Year Super Bonus Special Anniversary Edition]. The band endorsed Bernie Sanders in the 2016 presidential election.

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          1. Well Swifty, I think most of us can say the same. And maybe the music didn’t reveal their loyalties. Such are these mixed up times. I hope nothing bad comes out about Tom Waits. In The Neighborhood:

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HLDA3GQpYJ4

            lyrics:

            Well, the eggs chase the bacon round the fryin’ pan
            And the whinin’ dog pidgeons by the steeple bell rope
            And the dogs tipped the garbage pails over last night
            And there’s always construction work bothering you

            In the neighborhood
            In the neighborhood
            In the neighborhood

            Well, Friday’s a funeral and Saturday’s a bride
            And Sey’s got a pistol on the register side
            And the goddam delivery trucks, they make too much noise
            And we don’t get our butter delivered no more

            In the neighborhood
            In the neighborhood
            In the neighborhood

            Well, Big Mambo’s kickin’ his old grey hound
            And the kids can’t get ice cream, cause the market burned down
            And the newspaper sleeping bags blow down the lane
            And that goddam flatbed’s got me pinned in again

            In the neighborhood
            In the neighborhood
            In the neighborhood

            There’s a couple Filipino girls gigglin’ by the church
            And the window is busted and the landlord ain’t home
            And Butch joined the army, yeah, that’s where he’s been
            And the jackhammer’s digging up the sidewalks again

            In the neighborhood
            In the neighborhood
            In the neighborhood

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