Aerosmith’s Joe Perry praises Ron Paul; Bashes Obama, English

The Ron Paul campaign can happily add another hashtag to the category of Elite Entertainer Endorsements this week as the lead guitarman for Aerosmith took to his twitter account to announce to his sixty-eight thousand followers that the septuagenarian congressman is his personal fave.

In the rapid-fire series of posts fraught with spelling and formatting errors, ‘AdmiralPerry’ quickly laid out his thoughts writing, “All the kids I talk to are into Ron Paul . They like his voting record. He’s not a smiling grinning talking head spewing party BS. Obama hasn’t done anything close to what he promised he’d do.didn’t get my vote and I got lotta grief. Well,my votes for Ron Paul.”

He continued, “Media is trying to crush Paul. It’s so transparent. They will smear himevery chance.beware! Get your news from lot of different sources. Not saying who to vote for. Just have open mind and figure a sm handful of people own very large perportion of tv ,Internet, papers.”

While I wholeheartedly appreciate Perry’s endorsement and accurate assessment of the media situation, he really should turn on the spellchecker feature on his computer/device. It’s a little embarrassing that the same guy rocking a guitar has fat fingers when using a keyboard.

Stephen VanDyke

I've published HoT along with about 300+ friends since 2002. We're all Americans who are snarky and love our country. I'm a libertarian that registered Republican because I like to win elections. That's pretty much it.

  1. After Kelly Clarkson, I think many others will come crawling outta the wood work…..Just don’t expect your record sales to jump 600% lol

  2. Well, @AdmiralPerry:twitter  isn’t an immigrant, a homosexual, or a pregnant woman. Not sure whether he’d still support Paul otherwise.

  3. He was probably drunk and raged with emotion and felt it necessary to over come anxiety of judgment and say what he really felt. That would explain the errors lol

  4. It’s Twitter, you only get 140 characters. Most people abbreviate things and leave out spaces in their punctuation so they can pack more into a single message. The only real misspelling I see is ‘proportion’.