I haven't yet been able to find a story online to provide a link to, but a friend of mine went to a Linda Ronstadt concert here in Vegas this weekend. He, like me, is an ardent Bush supporter. About 1/2 way through the concert, she dedicated her song "Desperado" to Michael Moore. My friend told me she was nearly booed off the stage and that many, like himself, walked out. This morning on the news they mentioned something about it, but I have not yet been able to find a story on the RJ's website. As soon as I find one, I will post it. I heard that something similar happened to her in LA recently after she made pro MM comments during a concert there. The media keeps hyping up the anti-Bush rhetoric and therefore, it looks like a lot of Americans don't like Bush. However, I have a feeling that those that like Bush far outnumber those that don't. You see it in public displays such as this even if you don't see it in the media. These kinds of displays truly reflect what America thinks. I mean hell, the recent Woopie incident points even more favorably in Bush's direction than the media would have you believe. The owner of SlimFast is a HUGE democratic fundraiser, so he must have really been under pressure from his customers for him to do what he did. It makes me feel better every time I hear about us Americans letting our voices be heard ABOVE those in the media.