Skip to comments.R1 Chart show will not play full Thatcher row song (sick lefty reaction)
Posted on 04/12/2013 8:42:23 AM PDT by Colonel_Flagg
The Wizard of Oz song at the centre of an anti-Margaret Thatcher campaign will not be played in full on the Official Chart Show.
Instead a five second clip of the 51-second song will be aired as part of a Newsbeat report, Radio 1 controller Ben Cooper has said.
Sales of Ding Dong! The Witch is Dead have soared since the former Prime Minister's death on Monday, aged 87.
Mr Cooper called the decision "a difficult compromise".
The song is set to take the number three spot in Sunday's countdown, according to the Official Charts Company.
(Excerpt) Read more at bbc.co.uk ...
The leftist reaction to the Iron Lady's passing? Buying "Ding Dong, The Witch Is Dead" and putting the recording back on the charts.
It's a mental illness. Disgusting. Remember when we all took to the streets dancing when Ted Kennedy died?
Oh, wait. We didn't.
No conservative ever need to accept a lecture from a progressive about bad behavior.
typical left wing crap.
Their hatred and intolerance is showing again and yet they shout tolerance the hypocrites.
I can’t even think of one time , even Chavez dying that the right came out and had a party and lets get this right.
Those or many who are having a party over her death was not even born back then the idiots.
This is yet another show of their lazy thinking and ignorance.
The left puts out talking points and the kids at schools repeat them but never question and then they wonder why many look at them and think of them as idiots
I was wondering if you would post to this thread, manc. I just think the reaction from liberals is sad, and unfortunately, typical of people with no idea of integrity.
Hello, dear lady! Thank you for posting the tree. I’m sure Mrs. Thatcher would have approved :)
God bless her, I do think that she would have.
the left and their hatred and intolerance today does not surprise me at all today pal.
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