Skip to comments.Give Me a Redneck (Charlies Daniels view on a good Pres. candidate)
Posted on 08/20/2008 6:08:56 PM PDT by Kimmers
Last night in Montgomery, Alabama we did a concert for the Buckmasters organization. As the name implies, Buckmasters promotes hunting and their convention every year is attended by all kinds of people, but the good ol' boys in their pickup trucks with the rifle racks, the big knobby tires and Dale Earnhardt, Jr. racing decals make up a big part of the attendees.
The streets of Montgomery were teeming with big guys in camo. They were friendly folks, quick to smile and not afraid to render an opinion on anything from their favorite deer rifle to the current presidential election.
If you want to hear some straight talk, go find you a bunch of rednecks. No politically correct, limp-wristed wimps in this bunch. No stilted semantics or pseudo-intellectual diatribes about the war, gas prices or current politics.
They just call 'em like they see 'em. They chop the log and let the pieces fly where they may and whoever happens to be standing in the way is likely to get a mouth full of wood chips. No word-mincing, no high-flying Harvard vernaculars, just plain words from just plain people.
I just wish we had a genuine redneck running for president. It would be wonderful to have just one presidential candidate who didn't try to play both ends against the middle who would come out and say what they really mean.
A redneck wouldn't take any lip off little tin dictators like Hugo Chavez and would stand toe to toe with the likes of Putin and Ahmadimijad and hunt down al-Queda to the last man whatever it took.
A redneck would put America first and not be concerned what the rest of the world thought about it.
A redneck would protect our gun rights and see that laws were passed to make sure child molesters get what they deserve.
He'd build up our military in manpower and technology because he realizes that a strong America is safer America.
A redneck would protect the Constitution and have the guts to stand up to the people who want to take God out of public life in America.
A redneck would wear an American flag pin and hold his hand over his heart when the national anthem was played or the Pledge of Allegiance was recited.
He would drill in ANWR, off the coast and everywhere else we need to drill to end our dependence on foreign oil.
A redneck would make sure that if someone fathers a child that he is forced to support it and respect family values.
And a note to the cherry pickers, lest you start accusing me of being a male chauvinist pig, you can insert she for every place I've said he. There are plenty of redneck ladies out there too.
What do you think?
Pray for our troops
God Bless America
I am down with that.
Me, too! Me, too!
Southern by birth. Redneck by choice.
I find it quite ironic that Mr. Redneck, Charlie Daniels, recorded and still accepts royalties from what could be considered the most anti-redneck song ever recorded, “Uneasy Rider”.
No word-mincing, no high-flying Harvard vernaculars, just plain words from just plain people.
That is O-Bambi’s biggest problem ,, he is just discovering that his view of the USA isn’t held by a majority outside of NYC/MASS/Portland and Wash D.C. and he is absolutely shocked that some people have beliefs that they won’t compromise on (sellout) ... he thought everything was like his little district in Chicago where a few favors and some “walking around money” gets you whatever you want.
Good one, Mr. Daniels....
That would be Obambi he's talking about.
and martha stewart would probably never say: "that's a good thing"...but *I* would! :)
You know, real Americans! :D
I am probably the only one who is bothered by someone beginning a sentence with one idea and ending the sentence addresssing another idea. But it lets you say “hell yeah!” twice per sentence, and saves valuable punctuation marks.
Me three, me three! LOL
There is no wonder why that Billy Carter was more popular than Jimmy.
He's a redneck. Not a dumb-ass.
God Bless the rednecks.
It is they who feed cattle on miserable snowy days so we will have meat on our table.
It is they who build our roads and do the many other things it takes to keep us warm, fed and able to live as we do.
God Bless the rednecks, for it is they who make our world a comfortable place.
Well, I guess that puts me in good company. I am too!