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To: nhwingut
Toby Keith said in the past he was a registered Dem, even after the '04 elections.

I think that attacking Keith at this point is really kind of cynical. I honestly don't think his music sales have much to do with his politics, but his image. Merle Haggard did fine, so did Johnny Cash without being as Super Conservative.

44 posted on 10/03/2008 5:19:13 AM PDT by Keyes2000mt (Conservative Podcast: The Truth and Hope (http://www.truthandhope.2truth.com))
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To: Keyes2000mt

I have followed keith’s politics pretty close since ‘01 when he started getting heat from the left for his ‘Angry American’ anthem.

He was clearly in Bush’s tank, playing rallies for him, donating to him. Then in ‘05 or ‘06 when his Hollywood career was moving forward and the war and Bush becoming unpopular he started with the “lifelong Dem” talking point to get cover in Hollywood. This worked for a while until the sotry about him backing Obama.

That’s the only point I’m making. I am a huge Keith fan.


46 posted on 10/03/2008 5:23:51 AM PDT by nhwingut (,)
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To: Keyes2000mt

One does’nt register by party in Tennessee.


50 posted on 10/03/2008 5:37:52 AM PDT by Coldwater Creek ("There is no insanity greater than electing a pathological Narcissist as president.")
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