Read the last line…

September 18th, 2011

…in this news story about a concert in Madison:

I’m going to say something here that will no doubt get me hot water: I am disappointed that, viagra canada there at this point in the concert, cialis sale sildenafil DeMain chose to insert a rousing rendition of the national anthem.

Where the Adams composition creates a space for personal reflection and tenderly holds the names of people who perished, the anthem demands a particular feeling. Surely the sense of nation was implied in the Adams piece and need not have been followed by sounds so linked to politics.

That’s right. Playing the National Anthem is now considered to be politically divisive in Madison, Wisconsin.

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