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Wednesday, July 24, 2002
Steve Earle isn't the only musical artist being slammed for taking unacceptable views on the war on a noun.
In another article in todays edition of The Sun, Mohan and Brian Flynn write, "ANGRY Americans jeered and heckled George Michael yesterday as he spoke on a live talk show to defend his controversial single."
The controversy stems not so much out of Michael writing the song but rather his not releasing it as a single in the United States while doing so in other parts of the world.
Neither article explains exactly how "Shoot the Dog" criticizes the "War on Terror." The absence of this is at best the result of bad reporting.