Brent Bozell

The video also features Pink fiercely stabbing a bullfighter with two swords, who then falls to his knees. This is apparently an animal rights thing, since Pink has been an activist with the radical group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. A few seconds later, Pink is feeding a calf with a bottle, but the bottle is attached to a hose that appears to come from milking the (covered) breasts of four seated and blindfolded human females. Despite looking calm (or perhaps drugged), the women appear to be hostages, since Pink and her male cohorts are wearing masks. The words "dairy farm" are spray painted on the wall behind.

In between the two animal-rights scenes, Pink also throws in a full-on gay male kiss. That's also a political message for the masses. In a 2008 interview, she complained about defenders of traditional marriage: "Why are we concentrating on taking away love from people? Who are we to say we need less love in the world? It's so beyond what we should be focusing on right now."

Now it's about to get ridiculous. MTV reports that Cee Lo Green will perform an "unforgettable" version of his "F--- You" song at the Grammy Awards with ... are you ready? ... The Muppets. Brian Henson, the son of Muppets founder Jim Henson, has signed on to provide this star's "weird and cool" band.

The world of pop music today is selling a far different message than what most parents realize. Traditional values, even the most simple expressions and symbols of common decency -- the Muppets! -- are deliberately being torn to shreds. When you can't even count on the Muppets to behave in front of children, the world has become sick enough to make your head spin.

Brent Bozell

Founder and President of the Media Research Center, Brent Bozell runs the largest media watchdog organization in America.
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