• Adam Lambert To Be New Lead Singer for Queen

    May 25, 2009 12:40 am 2 comments
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  • Earlier this week the liberal media showed its true colors when it announced Kris Allen the winner of American Idol, over the clearly superior singer Adam Lambert.

    Apparently Adam Lambert was a little bit too ‘Freddie Mercury’ for the left wing media, so they had to pick a ‘good ol’ boy’ from Arkansas to be their All-American poster boy American Idol.

    Just as Jesus would do, I spit with disgust on bigotry. Sure, being gay is a sin and American Idol is an immoral show. But there is no reason why a clearly superior contestant should lose to a lesser contestant just because he’s infected with the spirit of Freddie Mercury.

    As Adam Lambert now decides what to do post American Idol, the band Queen announced they would be more than happy to allow the patently good performer to join up with them.

    Though Adam’s spirit is naturally jumping at the idea, he should politely refuse and agree to do novelty or non-televised charity shows with them.

    If he goes full out, he will typecast himself as a Freddie Mercury impersonator and always live in the shadows of the former lead singer who died from a case of homogay condition.

    Adam should surprise everyone and convert to being a Christian artist. His talents can be employed in the kingdom of righteousness and rest assured the Dove Awards would fully embrace this young man as he espouses a proper lifestyle and uses his excellent talent to exalt God and inspire the masses.

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