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Carlos Santana Doesn't Believe in States Rights




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I like his music, but

not his philosophical standpoints.

Neither did hitler.

Neither did hitler.

13 No servant can serve two masters; for either he shall hate the one, and love the other, or else he shall lean to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and riches. - Luke 16

Eat enough dunkin donuts and drink coffee from a styrofoam cup

and your brain can be trained to believe anything !

Discover Costa Rica

Oh, well

I guess wouldn't expect him to be pro-sovereignty on this issue. He's from Mexico.

BTW- The "Moonflower" album is one of the best recordings in history. I'll still enjoy it.

Here's a sampling:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AdEn3G9V67M

Carlos Santana: Passing Laws

Carlos Santana: Passing Laws Against Illegal Immigrants is Shameful; Lionizing Murderous Scumbags Like Che, Not So Much

And yet, I'd like to push Carlos Santana to be a little more consistent in his support for the "human race." I'm not suggesting that he buy up and destroy all existing copies of "Winning" (though that would be a kind gesture for sure). But he really ought rethink his asinine and juvenile romance of Che Guevara, the oh-so-glamorous butcher of La Cabana prison, architect of Cuba's in-the-shitter economy, and so much more misery around the globe.

http://reason.com/blog/2011/05/16/carlos-santana-passing-law...

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How about legalizing drugs?

I bet that he would like the States to exert their Rights on that issue.

Good point and I betcha $1 he

Good point and I betcha $1 he ain't consistent or principled like Dr. Paul

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