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To: sawmill trash

But he could have followed in his dad's footsteps and actually served, not just entertained. I'm not out there trying to make $$ off our soldiers, including the family members over there who share my opinion - love Toby, but he shouldn't make $$ off that one song.


10 posted on 11/09/2004 5:01:56 AM PST by trueblueconservative (social security and medicare: two more names for welfare)
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To: trueblueconservative
- love Toby, but he shouldn't make $$ off that one song.

You're on the wrong website, dude.

14 posted on 11/09/2004 6:21:43 AM PST by pgyanke (The profit motive is the driving force of freedom.)
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To: trueblueconservative

We all have different callings in life. Toby does a lot of good here with his music and also helps the moral of the soldiers when he plays for them. I think he's a great American and I felt such pride when I heard him play at President Bush's final campaign rally in Texas.

God gave Toby a gift. And Toby has shared that gift with the military and those of us at home. Not all of us can be soldiers.


18 posted on 11/12/2004 12:35:19 AM PST by lara
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