In Defense of Carrie Underwood

No one, NO ONE in this age of auto tune garbage and talking head, electronic mental defectives like Katy Perry, Kanye West,  Adam Levine has the right to criticize Carrie Underwood.  NO ONE.

That is why I was so shocked to read that Carrie Underwood is getting hate tweets from idiots on Twitter.  I would like to say thank you to those community college, likely obese, socially inept, probable owners of a noticeable and grotesque skin condition for showing that any village idiot can use Twitter.

We know Carrie Underwood is not Julie Andrews.  Thank you for pointing that out.  Carrie Underwood is not Julie Andrews-SHE’S BETTER.  The proof is that Julie Andrews’s role in the sound of music is a stretch for Carrie Underwood whereas Julie Andrews was typecast in it.  Moreover, was Julie Andrews prepared to do it live in front of 90 million viewers?  Didn’t think so.

When has Julie Andrews gone on tour and sold out EVERY TOUR DATE? Never.

Carrie’s voice range is right up there with Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey.  Yeah, I said it. And I defy anyone to disprove me.  Can you say the same for Julie Andrews? Not with a straight face you can’t.

I don’t mean to turn this into a Julie Andrews hate fest.  I happen to like the woman.  However, I just do not think that people are thinking clearly and are letting their sentimentality cloud their judgment when they compare Carrie Underwood to Julie Andrews.

It’s a sad day in this country when someone with the best God-given talent I have heard come out of the music scene today gets criticized and, yet, no one seems to mind that Jennifer Lopez only sings about going into a club and dancing in every piece of electronic excrement she releases.

If you love an inch but compare it to a foot, the inch will come up short every time.  No matter how much you love the inch. It will never be a foot.  I let you figure out who the inch is and who the foot is in this equation.  If you can’t figure it out, you’re probably one of the mindless plebs who hate on Carrie Underwood.

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