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The 20 Most Unpatriotic Album Covers of All Time 

July 1, 2008
With the 4th looming ahead, what better time to dig through the Net for some cheerful bastardizations of American iconography? OK, not all of it is particularly cheerful - some of it is downright disturbing. Got better? Leave a comment below.
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20. OK, taking a swipe at George W (the face that launched a thousand dart boards) is a cheap and easy way to make it into our illustrious Top 20...but his jerkheadness had to figure in here somewhere. So punk rockers NOFX are on the list for the cover of "The War on Errorism," which depicts the president as a cartoony clown. The back of the inlet reads: "Somewhere in Texas there is a village without its idiot." Ya sure know how to elect 'em, America.
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