As soon as someone judges someone's else's art, in the pursuit of profit, they relinquish their right to create it. I think you have to consider where parody ends and advocacy begins. Your answer may expose yourself to criticism beyond the expression of your own art. I suggest you funnel your energy into developing a point of view, separate from Larry's. Your attack on someone, who you've never even seen, smells more like KarlRovism than any perceived idea you have of an artist's attempts to express himself. I'm opposed to the idea of using someone else's hard earned attention to promote your own desire for it. I admire your energy, but, I find your outlet for it distasteful. Seriously.
I stand by what I said - and I am proud to be making a living criticizing racism and fear-mongering.
It is your right to disagree with me - just as it is mine to disagree with Dan.
So you know the album mentions Larry for 3 minutes. 42 minutes are my separate point of view. But I'm sure you know that - if you haven't listened to the album before you criticize it, does that become Karl Roveism?