BIOHAZARD's SCHULER: 'Support Our Soldiers In Iraq!'

BIOHAZARD drummer Danny Schuler has posted a statement on the band's official web site,, backing BIOHAZARD frontman Evan Seinfeld's words of support for the troops in Iraq and attacking PEARL JAM singer Eddie Vedder for his public bashing of President Bush's foreign policy.

"What the hell is wrong with Eddie Vedder?" Schuler wrote. "Bashing George Bush? You have the right not to agree with Bush and his foreign policy, this 'WAR' is totally fucked, but don't let the troops fighting for us see that lack of support!!! They are the ones fighting for your freedom while you relax in your Million $$$ home and stupify yourself with drugs, count your Sony money, and screw groupies! What are you bitching about! Someone fill this guys bong and sit him the fuck down before he hurts himself...You may or may not agree with what the U.S. is doing in the Middle east, but you gotta support our soldiers, real men and women unafraid to fight for our freedom!! This war SUCKS, but our people are over there, and we want them home and this war over ASAP! Sorry, I hate it when musicians try to get all political, but that was some stupid shit that idiot did. Fuck 'em!! Now more than ever, PEACE."


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