Enough said? Maybe. But we’ll continue anyway.
During a concert in Ireland, Bruce Springsteen dedicated a song to Trayvon Martin:
Bruce Springsteen dedicates song to Trayvon Martin http://t.co/S1GdMKEcw6
— Jennifer Granholm (@JenGranholm) July 17, 2013
"I want to send this one out as a letter back home": Bruce Springsteen dedicates a song to Trayvon Martin in Ireland http://t.co/hPZL3uW1KJ
— Fuse TV (@fusetv) July 17, 2013
— L Dot (@SirLDot) July 17, 2013
This news prompted actor Adam Baldwin to put a slightly different spin on the story:
Others weighed in:
“@46drhouse: Bruce Springsteen Dedicates Song for ‘Justice for Trayvon Martin’
He got justice” – a new reason to not buy his music.
— The ME (@meathouse60005) July 17, 2013
(never buy his music!) Moonbat Singer Bruce Springsteen Dedicates Song To “Justice For Trayvon Martin”… http://t.co/FkEjXIRAY4
— Anna Teresa Arnold (@HomerWhite) July 17, 2013
Some tweeters wondered if Springsteen will ever dedicate a song to victims of violence in a place where killings occur in far greater numbers: The hometown of the president Springsteen campaigned to elect:
“@APEntertainment: Bruce Springsteen dedicates song to Trayvon Martin
WTF, Bruce! What about the Juveniles in Chicago last weekend?
— Chris Foote 62 (@footer62) July 17, 2013
— Jon DiBuono (@FitnessForJonny) July 17, 2013
Springsteen Dedicates Song to Trayvon Martin During Ireland Concert http://t.co/4V4Gws3CBw No song dedicated to 100's murdered in Chicago?
— AMERICAN Woman (@DivineMoments) July 17, 2013
Don’t hold your breath waiting.