"Who couldn't figure that out?"
George Pataki took Kid Rock seriously this summer and became one of the biggest names in the Republican Party to back the rapper-singer's bid for a U.S. Senate in MI.
Rock also confirmed to Stern that he is "socially liberal" and "fiscally conservative" after the host pointed out "Rock's condemnation of neo-Nazis" and his "support of gay rights".
Rock/Ritchie's exact words were "Fucking no, I'm not running for Senate!"
Kid Rock, the Detroit rock musician who has flirted publicly with entering the realm of US politics, isn't abandoning the career that made him famous. "I'm going on tour, too-which no one's going to print".
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The court said that it would not let the government shoot from its shoulders and hence it is the centre which must take the call. The judge was part of a three-judge bench comprising of himself, CJI Dipak Misra and Justice AM Khanwilkar.
Rock's new album "Sweet Southern Sugar" is set for release on November 3, and he admitted that his so-called Senate campaign has been a fun ride for him.
Kid Rock linked kidrockforsenate.com from his official Twitter account and began tweeting images of lawn signs, political stances, and campaign merch his supporters could buy, like "Kid Rock for U.S. Senate" t-shirts.
"I am the Klan wizard!"
"I don't want to make these people feel bad". I've got mother--s thinking I'm running for Senate.' People who are in on it are like, 'Are you really doing it?' I'm like: 'Dude, you're f-ing in on the joke! Ritchie added, "Everybody. This - and I'm getting letters from all over - I would say - the world".
"I'm like, everyone gets their panties in a bunch. Stop f-ing with me!"