After that whole Sean Penn thing, I was really concerned about what Sheryl Crow might think:
Crow accepted her award for pop-rock female artist wearing a white T-shirt emblazoned with the message “war is not the answer” in black sequins. She had the V-neck shirt specially made.
“I just think there’s a really vital, sweeping peace movement out there that’s not getting covered in the press, so I just kind of try to do my part,” she said backstage.
War is not the answer, indeed. But what is the question? Six times seven, perhaps? This next gem of a quote from Crow is a thing of sheer beauty:
“I think war is based in greed and there are huge karmic retributions that will follow. I think war is never the answer to solving any problems. The best way to solve problems is to not have enemies.”
Utter idiocy that rots to the core. One more time, with Cheryl:
“The best way to solve problems is to not have enemies.”
Imagine if Sheryl Crow were your doctor:
“Doctor Crow- My foot hurts. What should I do?”
“The best way to feel good is to not hurt.”
Is it just me, or did the sequined v-neck t-shirt do a better job of stating her case than her vacuous remarks?