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Tim McGraw & Brad Paisley, Are Officially Off My Christmas List
One Vike blog ^ | 11/1/09 | One Vike

Posted on 11/01/2009 9:29:47 AM PST by FredJake

It is high time Brad Paisley and Tim McGraw were taken to task for their support of Barrack Husein Obama. I first must admit that I have been a fan of Brad and Tim for a long time. I love the way they put to tune and words of how it is to be a man is in the world. After all, how can you not enjoy listening to the way Brad strings together the words in his song titled, “I'm Still A guy”, or how he seems to lay his heart out in the tune titled, “I'm Gonna Miss Her (The Fishing Song)”? Then there are the songs by Tim McGraw that just makes me want to hold my wife closely as I sing along with him the words I could never think of on my own.

From the first time I heard Brad Paisley sing the song, “Who needs Pictures” in early 1999, I was a fan of his. And what man can honestly say he did not choke up a bit when he listened to the way Tim sang the beautiful ballad, “Don't Take The Girl'? These are the kinds of songs that have been missing in the American music industry. Songs that speak to our hearts, because we feel exactly like they sing them to us on the radio. For too long the American culture has gone down the trail of anger and hate in the music that has been presented to us. So Country Music has for many become what the music was in the “70”s, beautiful and relevant to our lives and hearts.

Yes, I have been a big fan of both Brad Paisley, and Tim McGraw. I even used their songs to try and convince my brother-in-law that he should give up Rock Music for Country. Well, he still listens to Rock, but he is not so critical of Country as he used to be. Well, their songs kept coming and I kept listening and buying them. Even when I found out that they were supporters of Barrack Obama during the Presidential campaign, I still liked them. I may have been a bit shocked by their support for him, but I still listened to their music and refused to turn them off when they came on the radio. I guess it was like trying to turn off the radio when I heard Willy Nelson sing his classic song, “On The Road Again”. Oh I knew he was a Jimmy Carter supporter, but times were different, and I wasn't really worried about my personal freedom back then.

Times have changed though, and I see things differently than I did in the past. Now, when I hear a politician speak about things I care about, I begin to weigh the balances, and they do not seem to balance like they used to. Now when I listen to politicians, and I begin to ask the question, “What part of the constitution do they not understand'? Which brings me to Brad Paisley, Tim McGraw, and their devotion to Obama and his agenda. (follow the link to continue reading OV's opinion piece),
Tim McGraw & Brad Paisley, Are Officially Off My Christmas List
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TOPICS: Business/Economy; Chit/Chat; Government; Politics
KEYWORDS: celebrityworship; christmas; countrymusic; discoforever; icouldcareless; liberals; music; obama; parsleyandmccraw; popmediocrity; pseudocountry; thataintcountry; theseboysaregay
It is a pretty good read, and one I agree with. It is time to de-fund the left, and if that means we need to stop supporting their supporters than so be it. There are plenty of good Country Stars out there who support conservatives like, George Strait, Brooks and Dunn, Charlie Daniels, Darrel Worley, Trace Adkins, Gretchen Wilson, John Rich, Toby Keith, Sara Evans, and others.

So let us all remove the liberals from our Christmas lists this year, shall we?

1 posted on 11/01/2009 9:29:48 AM PST by FredJake
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To: FredJake

I stopped listening to Tim McGraw when he sang Red Cabriolet. In that song the girl chooses to have an abortion and Tim’s response is ..well we won’t think about it. That did it for me!


2 posted on 11/01/2009 9:35:52 AM PST by heylady
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To: FredJake

Is Toby Keith really a conservative? I thought there had been some dispute over that.

Also Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood are Democrats, if I recall.


3 posted on 11/01/2009 9:36:13 AM PST by nj26 (Say NO to Socialism! Government is NOT the Answer.)
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To: FredJake

Brad Paisley’s latest hit.

When I was ten years old,
I remember thinkin’ how cool it would be,
When we were goin’ on an eight hour drive,
If I could just watch T.V.

And I’d have given anything
To have my own PacMan game at home.
I used to have to get a ride down to the arcade;
Now I’ve got it on my phone.

He-e-ey...
Glory glory hallelujah.
Welcome to the future.

My grandpa was in World War II,
He fought against the Japanese.
He wrote a hundred letters to my grandma;
Mailed em from his base in the Philippines.

I wish they could see this now,
Where they say this change can go.
Cause I was on a video chat this morning
With a company in Tokyo.

He-e-ey...
Everyday is a revolution.
Welcome to the future.

He-e-ey...
Look around it’s all so clear.
He-e-ey...
Wherever we would go and well we...
He-e-ey...
So many things I never thought I’d see...
Happening right in front of me.

I had a friend in school,
Running-back on a football team,
They burned a cross in his front yard
For asking out the home-coming queen.

I thought about him today,
Everybody who’s seen what he’s seen,
From a woman on a bus
To a man with a dream.

He-e-ey...
Wake up Martin Luther.
Welcome to the future.
He-e-ey...
Glory glory hallelujah.
Welcome to the future.

How’s that communist future working for you Brad?


4 posted on 11/01/2009 9:36:22 AM PST by SHOOT THE MOON bat ("Aggressive fighting for the right is the noblest sport the world affords" Teddy Roosevelt)
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To: SHOOT THE MOON bat

Brad Paisley has always seemed a bit wimpy to me. I’d bet he loses badly in a fist-fight with any of the above-listed conservative country singers.


5 posted on 11/01/2009 9:39:07 AM PST by nj26 (Say NO to Socialism! Government is NOT the Answer.)
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To: FredJake

Paisley is just like Mcgraw. He acted all faux conservative until he was big enough to come out of the liberal closet.

I long ago took McGraw off my list. And his wife Faith Hill too.

Kenny Chesney is a big conservative too. Two years ago (in the heat of the campaign when Bush bashing was a sport) I was listening to a Boston area country radio play a word game with Chesney and the chic said, “George Bush or George Clooney?” Chesney flatly said, “Bush. He’s a good man who gets a bad rep.” The radio sidekick was stunned, “reaaaaaallllly?” Hysterical.


6 posted on 11/01/2009 9:43:23 AM PST by nhwingut (The media's love affair with Obama reminds me of a dog humping a telephone pole.)
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To: nj26

I do have to say though Brad Paisley and Tim McGraw both have beautiful families.


7 posted on 11/01/2009 9:45:14 AM PST by KansasGirl (I hate the media.)
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To: nhwingut
Kenny Chesney is a big conservative too.

Wow, that's good to know, because I knew him and Tim McGraw are great friends. They even own mansions next door to eachother, well they used to, I am not sure if they still do. So any way I never quite knew where he came down in politics. So now I know and it is good news.
8 posted on 11/01/2009 10:11:10 AM PST by FredJake
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To: nhwingut
McGraw and Hill both are friends of many in Hollywood. McGraw has made statements he would return to his home in order to fun for political office, as a Democrat.

As a friend explained to me about Country music....Country isn't country anymore...in fact...the other day there was an article exposing many of the so-called country singers who fake their southern accent.

Thank goodness I've never cared too much for country music, therefore, I do believe there would have been a tremendous disappointment because the left is duping people into getting money into their coffers anyway they can.

9 posted on 11/01/2009 10:22:04 AM PST by Paige ("All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing," Edmund Burke)
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To: FredJake

I was a fan of country music for years and Brad Paisley killed it for me with that stupid tick song. I haven’t listened to country since it came out.


10 posted on 11/01/2009 10:32:29 AM PST by republicangel
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To: FredJake

Its a shame about Brad. I already knew the drama queen McGraw was a democrat. As long as they keep their yaps shut and don’t promote anyone I will ignore it.


11 posted on 11/01/2009 10:37:02 AM PST by linn37 ( "The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other peoples money.)
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To: Alex Murphy; Whenifhow; rom; Hanna548; DvdMom; leftyontheright; FrdmLvr; jblann1; SendShaqtoIraq; ..

Well, it seems like Fred Jake posted my opinion piece I wrote. I posted it earlier but since it was re-posted by another I figure I might as well ping my list and give you a heads up on it.

It is just a short bit about my opinion of Brad Paisley, Tim McGraw, and their support for liberal causes.

If anyone wants added or removed from my ping list please freep mail me.


12 posted on 11/01/2009 10:53:43 AM PST by OneVike (Just a Christian waiting to go home)
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I can never understand why Political leanings of entertainers matter to JQPublic.

I don’t watch/listen to them based on their politics.

Could never understand the boycott thingie either.


13 posted on 11/01/2009 10:57:28 AM PST by Neets (Go Yankees!!!)
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To: FredJake

Thanks for posting this. We do need to support those who support America.

For another perspective, the left has no hesitation about going after and destroying performers whose music criticizes or threatens them. For an example I suggest Freepers look-up Steve Vaus and see what was done back in the 1990s to a wonderfully talented patriot whose career was starting to take-off.


14 posted on 11/01/2009 11:12:38 AM PST by tarheelswamprat
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To: OneVike

Thanks for the ping!


15 posted on 11/01/2009 11:15:11 AM PST by Alamo-Girl
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To: Neets
I can never understand why Political leanings of entertainers matter to JQPublic.

Really? You can't understand it? It's not that you disagree with it, but you just can't understand it at all? You can't understand why some people might want to refrain from giving their money to people who are busy trying to destroy the American way of life? Entertainment is more important to you than any of those little things like principle, culture, or your country? Interesting.
16 posted on 11/01/2009 11:31:22 AM PST by fr_freak
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To: FredJake

Arghhhh! But Brad’s such a good guitar player. And he uses a G-Bender , as do I. And Dr. Z amps, ditto!


17 posted on 11/01/2009 11:38:48 AM PST by Dr. Bogus Pachysandra ( Ya can't pick up a turd by the clean end!)
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To: republicangel

“Brad Paisley killed it for me with that stupid tick song.”

For me, it was “Watermelon Crawl!” And I’m a pedal steel player, and continued to play in Country bands after that song came out. But never listened to the Country radio stations after being bombarded with that song non-stop whilst driving 22 hours straight through to Fla.!


18 posted on 11/01/2009 11:59:34 AM PST by Dr. Bogus Pachysandra ( Ya can't pick up a turd by the clean end!)
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To: OneVike
Go along to get along is now the leading philosophy, too many people are afraid of public opinion, and being ostracized by the in group!

If Oprah doesn't like you you're in deep doodoo!

19 posted on 11/01/2009 12:14:13 PM PST by SWAMPSNIPER (THE SECOND AMENDMENT, A MATTER OF FACT, NOT A MATTER OF OPINION)
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To: fr_freak

Not at all..what I don’t understand is how a handful of people who decide to boycott one person or another business, think that their boycott will send a message or have some sort of impact....I don’t listen or watch people based on their political leaning...if I were to take on that practice, life would be pretty damn boring.


20 posted on 11/01/2009 1:12:59 PM PST by Neets (Go Yankees!!!)
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To: Neets
Not at all..what I don’t understand is how a handful of people who decide to boycott one person or another business, think that their boycott will send a message or have some sort of impact....I don’t listen or watch people based on their political leaning...if I were to take on that practice, life would be pretty damn boring.

I don't think you understand how a boycott works. If all conservatives, for example, were to decide that no money of theirs will go to a left-winger, then we'd have millions of people refusing to spend money on left-wing musicians, actors, movies, or businesses, and that would definitely hurt and hurt bad. Take the case of the Dixie Chicks, for example. Their livelihood took a huge beating when they spouted off about Bush because millions acted in concert to boycott them. In fact, the only reasons that suggested boycotts don't always work is precisely because of wishy-washy, passionless people such as yourself who can't be bothered to care enough about anything to stand on any kind of principle. With the Dixie Chicks, the target market was a fairly conservative, spirited group and so the boycott worked. With other lefties, such as Hollywood movie types, the target market is much broader, and includes liberals as well as unprincipled fence-sitters who claim to be conservative but actually don't give a damn as long as the idiot boob tube keeps spewing out the desired amount of brain-numbing trash. Such people keep the money spigots flowing, and thus attempts to boycott are not nearly as effective. However, you'll notice that Hollywood constantly laments their declining income stream these days, and blames it on pirating, without accepting that it may be because they are spitting on a good portion of the country with their constant anti-American trash.

So please, keep enjoying whatever circuses that you like. Don't let our little battle for the heart and soul of this country distract you from your quality time with the lefty zombie box. In fact, if you log off right now, you might be able to catch the latest episode of American Idol.
21 posted on 11/01/2009 1:30:32 PM PST by fr_freak
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To: fr_freak; Neets

Ditto’s my FRiend!

I could not have said it better myself, I just wish more had the passion you show for the way I felt when I wrote the article. Sorry Neets, but you are way off the mark on this.

I actually made my wife a bit angry with me when I told her i was finished with both brad and Tim, she is in love with their music. Thus contention brewed in the home when I mentioned my intention for speaking my peace and telling her I will not buy her any presents that include their names.


22 posted on 11/01/2009 1:41:14 PM PST by OneVike (Just a Christian waiting to go home)
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To: FredJake

That’s disappointing, ‘cause I like their music. I don’t know why celebrities can’t just keep their great flapping traps SHUT (when they’re not singing or acting.) Like Laura Ingraham’s book said, “Shut up and sing.” If I were famous, I would keep my politics to myself, rather than offend half my audience.

It would be like the local hardware store putting a big sign in their window saying, “Bush is an idiot and Republicans are stupid!” That would be insane because all the Republicans in town would be offended and would go shop at the competing hardware store across town. Same with celebs. They are salespeople. Whether they’re selling CDs, concert tickets, movie tickets, or a TV show, they are salesmen, and it just doesn’t make sense to insult big chunks of your audience.


23 posted on 11/01/2009 3:08:16 PM PST by Nea Wood (Silly liberal . . . paychecks are for workers!)
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To: FredJake

Do one better, pirate their music, yes that’s stealing. But we might as well steal from the ones that keep telling the erst of us to share. I say we make them share....


24 posted on 11/01/2009 6:27:43 PM PST by Cacique (quos Deus vult perdere, prius dementat ( Islamia Delenda Est ))
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To: nj26
Toby is a big supporter of our military and has made multiple trips to entertain in Iraq and Afghanistan..He was a democrat that 2 years ago changed to independent because of the democrat trashing of the military and the war.

With his song An American Soldier and The Angry American, I don't think his patriotism and love of country can be denied... Then there is one of my favorites "I love this Bar"

25 posted on 11/01/2009 7:06:05 PM PST by goat granny
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To: Neets
What I find amazing is any entertainer talking about their political leanings and losing 1/2 of the buying public...Stupid is as stupid does....Haven't heard much from The Dixie Chicks in a while....too stupid to keep a career. Like who cares what they think about politics.

If they want a career in Politics go into it....if they want to sell records its shut up and sing.....if they want to act, its shut up and act....

Their ego's get too big and they forget what made them money and a career.... yuk

26 posted on 11/01/2009 7:13:08 PM PST by goat granny
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To: FredJake
Brad Paisley calls himself "staunchly moderate". But I agree that Brad Paisley is a huge disappointment.

Paisley seemed momentarily taken aback when asked if he was one of the rare country music stars who publicly admits to being a Democrat.

“No, I'm staunchly moderate,” he said. “I'm conservative on some issues and liberal on others. I don't like the extremes on either side. I didn't like it when they bashed President Bush and I don't like it when they bash Obama.”


Source
27 posted on 11/01/2009 8:04:52 PM PST by HighwayXYZ
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To: nj26
Garth Brooks is a republican.
http://www.planetgarth.com/news/article.php?cid=00078

28 posted on 11/01/2009 8:04:57 PM PST by HighwayXYZ
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To: SHOOT THE MOON bat

Brad Paisley was born in 1972.

A friend of his had a cross burned in his front yard for asking out the homecoming queen...in the mid-to-late 1980s? Were things really that bad in West Virginia back then? Or are we talking about poetic license?

To me, country and western means names like Skeeter Davis, the Statler Brothers, Loretta Lynn, Ronnie Milsap, etc.


29 posted on 11/01/2009 8:33:52 PM PST by Poe White Trash (Wake up!)
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To: FredJake
I like Tim's music, 2005's "Live Like You Were Dying" had a special meaning to me (Had a Pulmonary Embolism when I was 42). That said, "Don't Take The Girl" makes him sound like a whiney baby.

Just shut up and sing.

30 posted on 11/02/2009 7:00:55 AM PST by MuttTheHoople (http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/9/9c/TeddyVWad.jpg)
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To: Poe White Trash
Remember, West Virginia sends people like this to Congress

And those politicians say things like:

“ I shall never fight in the armed forces with a Negro by my side... Rather I should die a thousand times, and see Old Glory trampled in the dirt never to rise again, than to see this beloved land of ours become degraded by race mongrels, a throwback to the blackest specimen from the wilds. ”

31 posted on 11/02/2009 7:09:54 AM PST by MuttTheHoople (http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/9/9c/TeddyVWad.jpg)
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To: MuttTheHoople

Yah, but doesn’t burning a cross in someone’s front yard garner nationwide media attention & REAL jail-time if they catch ya? Regardless how some West Virgians are “Byrd-brains,” you’d think that even Klansmen nutters would have enough sense not to do something like THAT. It’s not just wrong; it’s suicidally stupid.


32 posted on 11/02/2009 8:17:23 AM PST by Poe White Trash (Wake up!)
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To: heylady

Tim is easy to understand if you understand his past I do because I knew of Tug McGraw his dad. A member of the 1969 Miracle Mets and 1980 Phillies. Basically his dad dumped him and he was raised by mom who had two other children both girls after Tim. Although Tim is an odd ball politically in country music he’s not odd when you consider an unwed mom with two more women in the house. Yes he supports Dumbo but not in the way the goofy Dixie Chicks went about it. He knew if he ran around at concerts telling people to vote for the Domestic-in-Chief he’d be booed out of the arena. Paisley who knows and who cares. we control this field 9-1 so why obsess on the few goobers who think bankrupting America is the way to save it.


33 posted on 05/10/2014 8:45:17 PM PDT by joeblow33
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To: nj26

Your talking about him not allowing concealed carry in his restaurant. Garth & Trish its mainly how they act. I just don’t know many Republicans who act like they act. I saw one story online that said they must be Republicans well remember their big city writers and they say wears a cowboy hat and boots must be a Republican lol. These are the same people who get upset if we label people because their pants are around their ankles. Its like saying if your called the Dixie Chicks you must be a country band and Republican. They even said they weren’t a country band????? Then why the Dixie Chicks lol. Simple they knew the whole gig the play acting to be seen as a country band, their problem is they thought they could be what they wanted to be then woke up one morning and realized it doesn’t work that way in country music, just as being a conservative doesn’t work in Hollywood. You can be a democrat in Nashville just be quite about it.


34 posted on 05/10/2014 8:49:50 PM PDT by joeblow33
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To: Paige

It would be a quick election not with him winning either lol. Were still waiting for Charles Barkley to run as the Alabama Governor too lol not quite yet he’d lose too. Now your beginning to understand why they are so illegal immigrant its got nothing to do with them want ing a new way of life or breaking up families. With Democrats its all about votes, they want a permanent majority and they want to water down the south especially.


35 posted on 05/10/2014 8:53:50 PM PDT by joeblow33
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To: Neets

Same reason you wouldn’t run into a saloon in Georgia in 1860 and yell damn I love that Lincoln. Come on guy you know exactly why it matters. You want a good old boy like me running into one of your Yankee pubs yelling go Red Sox’s lol


36 posted on 05/10/2014 9:10:26 PM PDT by joeblow33
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To: Neets

It depends if its a pragmatic approach given the target audience. Lets say you attack Duck Dynasty but their target audience is right wing and you as a left winger are telling them not to watch Duck Dynasty, well that falls on death ears. But if your Brad Paisley and you decide to voice your hate of Republicanism and his audience is 90% Republican your up s%^$s creek without a paddle. Like the Dixie Chicks.


37 posted on 05/10/2014 9:17:11 PM PDT by joeblow33
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To: Cacique

Their music is getting pirated not because people are theifs completely but because people have learned these clowns put 3 good songs on each album then place 7 trash songs then demand 20 bucks a cd. People have figured out their getting played just like the movie industry when VHS tapes ran 80 bucks a pop at first.


38 posted on 05/10/2014 10:21:18 PM PDT by joeblow33
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To: goat granny

Toby also understood another point. Democrat=Wimp to country music fans and Republicans. Listen to people’s comments on Brad Paisley, its just like how my point of view changed on McGraw, when I first heard him I liked him but the buff macho man presentation took on a look of a obsessed needy metrosexual “hey look at me girls” when I fount out he was a democrat. Suddenly any John Wayne look to him evaporated he seemed more like Brad Pitt.


39 posted on 05/10/2014 10:21:18 PM PDT by joeblow33
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To: HighwayXYZ

Sounds like somebody said instead of “Remember the Alamo” they said “Remember the Dixie Chicks”. Somebody said shut the -—— up.


40 posted on 05/10/2014 10:21:18 PM PDT by joeblow33
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To: HighwayXYZ

Please people stop reading these left wing stories and spitting them back out on a post. If I asked 100 Republican’s and they had three choices

1. Completely against President Obama’s policies and will voice it.

2. Completely against his policies and won’t voice it but won’t support it either.

3. Against his election don’t support it but will not voice against it publically and will work him wear we can.

Garth would be with John McCain, Lindsey Graham, Colin Powell and himself. In other words to support Obama means to take a liberal ideal approve it water it down slightly then call it bipartisan? Is that the new Republicanism? If so I guess we really are people without a party.


41 posted on 05/10/2014 10:21:18 PM PDT by joeblow33
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To: Nea Wood

Smartest line I ever heard from a liberal Michael Jordan, “Republicans buy tennis shoes too” See he got it. Sure everyone knew he was liberal but he didn’t need to be told don’t crap in their rose bushes. The Dixie Chicks figuring they were in England could say as they choose to say. Even when the logic was presented to them they still decided to flip the bird to Bush and the right, their audience. I give them their principle and sticking to it but they lost it all. Sure there have been tons of Liberal Country Music stars, Johnny Cash is one. Willie another hell we all knew Willie loved the herb. They used their brains and approached it differently, sure he did concerts for Jimmy the worst President in US History, um err sorry the second worst President behind Dumbo the socialist. But he kept to Farm Aid and causes.


42 posted on 05/10/2014 10:21:27 PM PDT by joeblow33
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To: joeblow33

Don’t really care about his life story. There is absolutely no excuse for supporting abortion.


43 posted on 05/11/2014 5:07:36 AM PDT by heylady
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