Like anyone, I enjoy a lot of the pop music dispensed from Simon Cowell's empire, but it's just exciting to see this netroots campaign unseat the winner of Britain's American Idol-like X-Factor with a 15 year-old song about revolution.
Sambora, who spends most of his time rocking the world as lead guitarist for Bon Jovi, has never forgotten the ties that were formed during his days as a basketball player and student in suburban New Jersey.
Call me a socialist, but I have believed for decades that the Department of Justice should actively monitor Top 40 Hits because certain songs could lead upstanding citizens to confess to crimes that they did not commit.
With enough schooling, who's to say that dudes such as myself can't learn to channel our inner Tom Jones and use that mojo to turn otherwise sane women into panty-flinging hysterics? I went to the source.