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Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Kid Rock insults U.S. troops

click to enlarge KID ROCK: He's upset because a Dekalb County judge doesn't think U.S. troops and roadside garbage are comparable. (Photo by Perry Julien)
  • KID ROCK: He's upset because a Dekalb County judge doesn't think U.S. troops and roadside garbage are comparable. (Photo by Perry Julien)

"Singer" Kid Rock has lashed out at the Dekalb County judge who sentenced him to 80 hours of community service for his role in an October 2007 Waffle House scuffle.

Mr. Rock asked that the court to count his performances for U.S. troops stationed in the Middle East as community service.

The judge said no, pointing out the "singer" should not get community service credit for activities he was already planning on doing.

Kid Rock responded with a self-righteous rant on his web site:

Apparently, he thinks it's more important that I do something else rather than sing, shake hands and take pictures with the men and women who put themselves in harms way to protect the very freedoms he and all of us live by.

Mr. Rock apparently doesn't realize that by insisting his performances for U.S. troops be counted against his sentence, he's comparing the performances to punishment. The whiny little bitch is saying that singing for U.S. troops in Iraq is like a prison sentence, or picking up trash from the side of the road.

Pamela, what were you thinking?

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