Johnny Cougar Mellencamp is a popular
On July 18, 2007, Mr. Meloncamp dared to bring his confusing mix of hillbilly gitar pickin' and neoliberalism to "The Colbert Report".
Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellancap: Stephen has finished the Farm Aid collector's set. Stephen may introduce the Farm Aid concert when it comes to New York, he will wear something sleeveless to show off his farmer's tan
Family values means only one thing, like minty fresh
Believes our enemies are our family
There are no Colberts in Iraq
- eye for an eye; tooth for a tooth
- or "I come with a sword, sir!"
Called Stephen out; Stephen gracefully
wussed out stepped aside to save Mellencamp the embarassment of getting his ass kicked on live TV.
Things Meloncamp has in common with Tim Robbins:
- trashed The Eagle's Nest
23 Farm Aid concerts
Mellencamp was born in a small town, and he lives in a small town. He will probably die in a small town.
Didn't get the memo stating that as a Heartlandian, he is automatically a Conservative.
Family Values only means one thing: good and good
Says he's for good, but might be a liberal/peacenik/hold-hands-and-talk-about-our-problems-with-our-enemies kind of guy
Our enemies are not our family: There are no Colberts or Mellencamps in Iraq
Hippie liberal claptrap heaviosity: "I think it's all a circle; we're all connected."
Believes the Old Testament was written by a bunch of guys who might have been on Willie's tour bus, smoking reefer.
Tried to turn the other cheek but was goaded into a fight he couldn't possibly win with Stephen.
ROUND 2: Mellencamp plays Our Country