Ed Driscoll

Rock & Roll All Nite and Vote the Tea Party Way

As Diana West noted this weekend at the Washington Examiner, Obama can’t even control the American army.

Worse: He can’t even control the commander-in-chief of the Kiss Army:

Gene Simmons has never been one to shy away from voicing his political opinions and the KISS frontman tells Pop Tarts he is anticipating some serious power shifts to take place as a result of the midterm elections in November. “There is going to be major change. The American public is very, very angry. I believed in this administration , and I voted for President Obama, I also voted for President Clinton, and I also voted for President Bush,” Simmons said this week at the launch of Activision’s “Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock” in Los Angeles. “I will vote my conscience, and I’ll be damned if anybody is going to point a finger at me and say ‘vote along party lines.’ America is like me – sometimes they vote this way, sometimes they vote that way.”

If indeed “Obama is losing magic with younger voters, too” as Mary Katharine Ham writes, hopefully Kiss’s fans will rock & roll all night and vote the Tea Party way come November 2nd.