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Jeb Stuart Thurmond 02-28-2009 02:12 AM

DA PHAT NEW GOP IS IN YO FACE, HOMIE!
 
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Who down with G.O.P.?
Yeah you know me!
Who down with G.O.P.?
Yeah you know me!
Who down with G.O.P.?
Every last honkey!

Friends,

Say goodbye to the Grand Old Party. It has been replaced by a very different party, the Ghetto Ohgee Pimpmassah groove, diggit?
Washington Post: Newly elected Republican National Committee Chairman Michael S. Steele plans an “off the hook” public relations offensive to attract younger voters, especially blacks and Hispanics, by applying the party's principles to “urban-suburban hip-hop settings...we need to uptick our image with everyone, including one-armed midgets.
Unlike the old GOP, which believed in creating massive debts with upper class tax cuts and starting optional wars, the new GOP is fically responsible, and will oppose generational theft by using tried and true debt-reducers like upper class tax cuts and starting optional wars.

But the big change that is leaving the democrats in the dust is our innovative 21st century decision to use brown spokespeople who use unprofessional language. Needless to say, the effect will be revolutionary.

Check out our pimpin new spokesperson, kewl katz and dawgs:

"I love it. (inaudible)...some slum love out to my buddy, gov. Bobby Jindal is doing a friggin' awesome job in his state." -RNC Chairman Michael Steele

"Michael Steele! You be da man!" -Michelle Bachmann, Conservative Political Action Conference moderator

Still don't believe the GOP can rap? Listen to the attached phat track from MC Pastor Deacon Fred and his Funky Crewed Posse's upcoming debut album:





Trent Harvey, Jr. 02-28-2009 07:25 AM

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Check and mate. Whatever cynical, superficial P.R. move the democrats make, we're always one step ahead of them. They run a woman for president, we run a woman for vice-president. They give America a black president, we give our party a black spokesperson. Sinners invent rap, and only 30 years later we're starting to reverse-engineer it. In 2020 the democrats will probably try running a half-japanese-half-australian-aborigional albino, but we'll hit them with our one-armed midget card. SMACK! AWW YEYEAYAH!

Oh, and by the way, Jindal may be Steele's slum-homey, but the master of hip-hopping has always been Mit Romney.


Mrs. Robert Roberts 02-28-2009 11:46 AM

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Should Michele Bachman even BE in the congress? Isn't that a man's job?
I think that's the problem here. Same thing with Gov. Sarah Palin. Sure, she's highly intelligent, well spoken, and has remarkable vision (literally as well as figuratively...seeing Russia the way that she does.....)...but shouldn't she just be in the kitchen cleaning and cooking?
Maybe I'm old fashioned, but I don't think it's right for women folk to be so uppity. They probably both need a good spanking.
As far as Bobby Jingles and Steele, they are both colored! I know Jingles is from some distant heathenland, but nigra is nigra. Do we really want them to be the face of God's favorite Republican Party?
Just my opinion.

Pastor Billy-Reuben 02-28-2009 03:25 PM

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That was "dope". :thumbsup:

This sure seems like a "def" way to reach out to young urban folks. Now I have an idea for a sermon about how sin is "whack" but being saved is "fly".

"Word".

Pastor Billy-Reuben

Pastor Ezekiel 03-01-2009 01:29 AM

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Originally Posted by Pastor Billy-Reuben (Post 298994)
That was "dope". :thumbsup:

This sure seems like a "def" way to reach out to young urban folks. Now I have an idea for a sermon about how sin is "whack" but being saved is "fly".

"Word".

Pastor Billy-Reuben

Father,
In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, I plead the precious uncorruptable blood of Jesus over Pastor Billy-Reuben and everything that belongs to him. I ask for giant warrior Angels to be loosed from Heaven to surround and protect Pastor Billy-Reuben. As your war club and weapons of war I break down, undamn, and blow up all walls of protection around all witches, warlocks, wizards, satanists, and the like, and I break the power of all curses, hexes, vexes, spells, charms, fetishes, physic prayers, physic thought, all witchcraft, sorcery, magic, voodoo, all mind control, jinxes, potions, bewitchments, death, destruction, sickness, pain, torment, physic power, physic warfare, prayer chains, and everything else being sent my way or my family members way, and I return it and the demons to the senders right now!, SEVENFOLD, and I BIND it to Pastor Billy-Reuben by the Blood of Jesus!

Father, I pray that these demons infesting Pastor Billy-Reuben will find the light of your son Jesus.. Their own snares and traps have been set against themselves.. In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth I now loose them from all mindcontrol of satan!.. Father I also ask that you Bind the Holy Spirit to there hearts as a guide to your son Jesus.. So Pastor Billy-Reuben may be set free from the bondages of satan.

In Jesus name I pray..
Amen

Buford T Scoggins 03-01-2009 01:43 AM

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Originally Posted by Mrs. Robert Roberts (Post 298938)
As far as Bobby Jingles and Steele, they are both colored! I know Jingles is from some distant heathenland, but nigra is nigra.

Actually, Jingles isn't one of them African types. He's an Injun. I don't know what he's doing in politics - he should be running a casino, or selling tomahawks at a souvenir shop.

Praise Jesus,
Buford

Bobby-Joe 03-01-2009 03:27 AM

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Yo bros, I am quite jiggy about this.
So why don't you young people just kick it with us cool Christians and do a big shout out.
Word.

Ezekiel Bathfire 03-02-2009 01:54 AM

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Nephew Zebulun came by earlier, I showed him this thread and he said that he's email me a copy of an early prototype GOP poster. He's done that now - I think that if they'd just had the confidence and run with the theme, that mudslime fellow wouldn't be messing up the country.

Nobar King 03-02-2009 04:00 AM

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There's a picture of me breakdancing, somewhere.

Ezekiel Bathfire 03-02-2009 03:46 PM

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Originally Posted by Jeb Thurmond (Post 300585)
I've decided to put this edition of MAILBAG right in this thread because it's related.

We sent the following question to members of our Email list:

"The new spokesperson for the Republican Party, Michael Steele, is black. Do you aprove of choice of spokesperson or dissaprove?" Answers:

54 "Disaprove"
41 "No"
23 "Nope"
4 unpublished due to threats/illegal content.

I can't see the point of Steele; it's merely copying the Token theme; we have our own Token in Jindal - an even better Token because there are fewer of his type. If Jindal weren't an ex-dot-head catlick, he'd be perfect, as it is, he'll just about do.

Wide-Open 03-02-2009 04:48 PM

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Friends, stop the press... ehm... server.

All this rap will bring America down!

Quote:

Snoop Dogg joins Nation of Islam


http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/image...oop_ap226b.jpg Snoop Dogg would not say when he had joined Nation of Islam

Snoop Dogg has revealed he has joined the Nation of Islam after appearing at the religious group's annual Saviours' Day event in Chicago.

:fear2:

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It preaches self-reliance for black people within an Islamic framework.
Prepare for negras shouting "Allah'u Akhbar" whilst stealing your pies.

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My whole thing is not about really trying to push my thing on you.
Yeah, right. :thumbdown:

Let's remain vigilant Brothers. Beware that this famous "TR-808" bass-drum sound is just sampled from towelheads blowing themselves up in Iraq.

H. Montague Worthington 03-02-2009 05:17 PM

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I have no idea what "rap" is. My suggestion is that Republicans use a tried and true method of attracting "minority" voters: Disco music.

I read somewhere that disco record sales were up 400% for the year ending 1976. Now I don't have any more recent data, but if this trends continues, we could capture the entire market! The minorities will boogie down to the voting booth and vote for the straight Republican ticket!

Larry Lee 03-05-2009 08:02 PM

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Wash O'Hanley 03-06-2009 01:12 AM

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"Yo", "LL Cool Larry", that "shit" was "wicked" "fresh", "yo". But my favorite "rap" "artist" is still "MC Rove".

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hYZre8kEsuw



Isn't talking like this "wicked" "stupid", you "crunk" "bitches"? I can't wait until the Republican party "gets" "all" "up" in the White House again so I can stop pretending to like black people and their "culture".

Pastor Bizzle-Rizzle 03-30-2009 09:16 PM

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Originally Posted by Pastor Ezekiel (Post 299380)
Father,
In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, I plead the precious uncorruptable blood of Jesus over Pastor Billy-Reuben and everything that belongs to him. I ask for giant warrior Angels to be loosed from Heaven to surround and protect Pastor Billy-Reuben. As your war club and weapons of war I break down, undamn, and blow up all walls of protection around all witches, warlocks, wizards, satanists, and the like, and I break the power of all curses, hexes, vexes, spells, charms, fetishes, physic prayers, physic thought, all witchcraft, sorcery, magic, voodoo, all mind control, jinxes, potions, bewitchments, death, destruction, sickness, pain, torment, physic power, physic warfare, prayer chains, and everything else being sent my way or my family members way, and I return it and the demons to the senders right now!, SEVENFOLD, and I BIND it to Pastor Billy-Reuben by the Blood of Jesus!

Father, I pray that these demons infesting Pastor Billy-Reuben will find the light of your son Jesus.. Their own snares and traps have been set against themselves.. In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth I now loose them from all mindcontrol of satan!.. Father I also ask that you Bind the Holy Spirit to there hearts as a guide to your son Jesus.. So Pastor Billy-Reuben may be set free from the bondages of satan.

In Jesus name I pray..
Amen

Dear Lord Jizzle Chrizzle,

Please help Honky Zeke stop being such a cracker.

AYY-mizzle!

Jeb Stuart Thurmond 05-30-2009 08:15 PM

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Yo Yo Yo wiggahs, Vanilla Ice was just a sound check! *Scratch* *Scratch*

Yo this ones for all the young conservatives.
I rep the Northeast and I'm still a young con,
Let your voice release, you don't have to be obamatrons.
I debate any poser who don't shoot straight,
Government spending needs to deflate,
Your ideas are lightweight,
Ya careers in checkmate
I frustrate. I increase the pulse rate
I hate when,
government dictatin, makin, statements, bout how to be a merchant,
How to run a restaurant, how to lay the pavement
Bailout a business, but can't protect an infant
Deficiencies are blatant, young con treatment
I stand one man, outnumbered at my college
Thank you Miss Cali for reminding us of marriage
Can't support abortion, and call yourself a Christian
I support life, you're a puzzled politician
Terrorists were imprisoned at Guantanamo Bay,
Now they're in our neighborhoods, planning out doomsday
No such thing as utopia,
no government can control ya, baby ya,
Reap the benefits hard work, self reliant
Listen to Stiltz, my dude’s a lyrical giant

Yo Stiltz... make it two time... please”

“I'm 6'9 head and shoulder above the rest
Liberals playin checkers, I'm playin chess
My conservative view is drill baby drill
You can say you hate me but
I'm praying for you still
My dislike for thee most def is not hyperbole
Taxes are the subject and I will spit them verbally
I'm just livin life a conservative philosophy
Sorry Hilary not a right wing conspiracy
We need more women with intellectual integrity
I'm talkin Megyn Kelly not Nancy Pelosi
My main motto is you best work hard
It's not the hand you were given, but how you lay down your cards
I don't speak lies but I spit the facts
28% the new capital gains tax
Porkulus bill lacks a few stats
The more money we spend, the more mine is worth Jack
The Bible says we're a people under God,
Usin radar for radical Jihad
AIG was hooked up by Chris Dodd
A classy gift ain't an Ipod
The standards of my crew ain’t republicans dude
I'm reppin Jesus Christ and conservative views
Study history and true conservative moves
Every single time they refuse to lose
I’m starting to see a modern day Jimmy Carter
When really nothin but a Reagan era starter”


“Yo, We americans son
Hit ya with some knowledge
The movement has begun
Everyone can succeed
Because our soldiers bleed, for us
I said it in the verse,
now I'll say it in the chorus”


“We young conservatives son
Hard work is our motto
The movement has begun
EVERYONE can succeed cause our soldiers bleed, daily
My views are rock solid, no chance you can break me”


“Phase me, make me, into something that ain’t me
Serious c... can’t nobody shake me
great like the Gatsby, poppin posers like acne
Don't matter if your gay, straight, Christian or Muslim
There's one thing we all hate, called socialism.
It's loathsome, and America ain’t the outcome,
Raise taxes on the people,
And you’re gonna feel symptoms, problems
I gotta message for a young con:
superman that socialism,
waterboard that terrorism”


“I fulfill the role that's inherently mine
Teaching politics through my rap and my rhyme
I'm signing off this track with a question in mind
How will this country get its precious change in time?
Three things taught me conservative love:
Jesus, Ronald Reagan, plus Atlas Shrugged
Saving our nation from inflation devastation
On my hands and my knees praying for salvation”


“Yo, We americans son
Hit ya with some knowledge
The movement has begun
Everyone can succeed
Because our soldiers bleed, for us
I said it in the verse,
now I'll say it in the chorus”


“We young conservatives son
Hard work is our motto
The movement has begun
EVERYONE can succeed cause our soldiers bleed, daily
My views are rock solid, no chance you can break me


Pastor Ezekiel 05-31-2009 08:27 AM

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Well I'm grateful to you for posting those lyrics Brother Jeb, because without them I would have had no idea whatsoever what those strapping young White men were talking about. What a clever couple pair of fine young Republicans, to have learned to speak nigra like that.

I'm groovy with it, dude! :unsure:

Wash O'Hanley 06-01-2009 07:46 PM

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What a great song. It's almost as good as Starship's "We Built This City."

H. Montague Worthington 06-01-2009 11:05 PM

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Following is National Review's list of its top 50 conservative rock songs, with the magazine's explanations of its choices.

1. "Won't Get Fooled Again," by The Who.
The conservative movement is full of disillusioned revolutionaries; this could be their theme song, an oath that swears off naive idealism once and for all. "There's nothing in the streets / Looks any different to me / And the slogans are replaced, by—the—bye. . . . Meet the new boss / Same as the old boss." The instantly recognizable synthesizer intro, Pete Townshend's ringing guitar, Keith Moon's pounding drums, and Roger Daltrey's wailing vocals make this one of the most explosive rock anthems ever recorded — the best number by a big band, and a classic for conservatives.

2. "Taxman," by The Beatles.
A George Harrison masterpiece with a famous guitar riff (which was actually played by Paul McCartney): "If you drive a car, I'll tax the street / If you try to sit, I'll tax your seat / If you get too cold, I'll tax the heat / If you take a walk, I'll tax your feet." The song closes with a humorous jab at death taxes: "Now my advice for those who die / Declare the pennies on your eyes."

3. "Sympathy for the Devil," by The Rolling Stones.
Don't be misled by the title; this song is "The Screwtape Letters" of rock. The devil is a tempter who leans hard on moral relativism — he will try to make you think that "every cop is a criminal / And all the sinners saints." What's more, he is the sinister inspiration for the cruelties of Bolshevism: "I stuck around St. Petersburg / When I saw it was a time for a change / Killed the czar and his ministers / Anastasia screamed in vain."

4. "Sweet Home Alabama," by Lynyrd Skynyrd.
A tribute to the region of America that liberals love to loathe, taking a shot at Neil Young's Canadian arrogance along the way: "A Southern man don't need him around anyhow."

5. "Wouldn't It Be Nice," by The Beach Boys.
Pro—abstinence and pro—marriage: "Maybe if we think and wish and hope and pray it might come true / Baby then there wouldn't be a single thing we couldn't do / We could be married / And then we'd be happy."

6. "Gloria," by U2.
Just because a rock song is about faith doesn't mean that it's conservative. But what about a rock song that's about faith and whose chorus is in Latin? That's beautifully reactionary: "Gloria / In te domine / Gloria / Exultate."

7. "Revolution," by The Beatles.
"You say you want a revolution / Well you know / We all want to change the world . . . Don't you know you can count me out?" What's more, Communism isn't even cool: "If you go carrying pictures of Chairman Mao / You ain't going to make it with anyone anyhow." (Someone tell the Che Guevara crowd.)

8. "Bodies," by The Sex Pistols.
Violent and vulgar, but also a searing anti—abortion anthem by the quintessential punk band: "It's not an animal / It's an abortion."

9. "Don't Tread on Me," by Metallica.
A head—banging tribute to the doctrine of peace through strength, written in response to the first Gulf War: "So be it / Threaten no more / To secure peace is to prepare for war."

10. "20th Century Man," by The Kinks.
"You keep all your smart modern writers / Give me William Shakespeare / You keep all your smart modern painters / I'll take Rembrandt, Titian, da Vinci, and Gainsborough. . . . I was born in a welfare state / Ruled by bureaucracy / Controlled by civil servants / And people dressed in grey / Got no privacy got no liberty / 'Cause the 20th—century people / Took it all away from me."

11. "The Trees," by Rush.
Before there was Rush Limbaugh, there was Rush, a Canadian band whose lyrics are often libertarian. What happens in a forest when equal rights become equal outcomes? "The trees are all kept equal / By hatchet, axe, and saw."

12. "Neighborhood Bully," by Bob Dylan.
A pro—Israel song released in 1983, two years after the bombing of Iraq's nuclear reactor, this ironic number could be a theme song for the Bush Doctrine: "He destroyed a bomb factory, nobody was glad / The bombs were meant for him / He was supposed to feel bad / He's the neighborhood bully."

13. "My City Was Gone," by The Pretenders.
Virtually every conservative knows the bass line, which supplies the theme music for Limbaugh's radio show. But the lyrics also display a Jane Jacobs sensibility against central planning and a conservative's dissatisfaction with rapid change: "I went back to Ohio / But my pretty countryside / Had been paved down the middle / By a government that had no pride."

14. "Right Here, Right Now," by Jesus Jones.
The words are vague, but they're also about the fall of Communism and the end of the Cold War: "I was alive and I waited for this. . . . Watching the world wake up from history."

15. "I Fought the Law," by The Crickets.
The original law—and—order classic, made famous in 1965 by The Bobby Fuller Four and covered by just about everyone since then.

16. "Get Over It," by The Eagles.
Against the culture of grievance: "The big, bad world doesn't owe you a thing." There's also this nice line: "I'd like to find your inner child and kick its little ass."

17. "Stay Together for the Kids," by Blink 182.
A eulogy for family values by an alt—rock band whose members were raised in a generation without enough of them: "So here's your holiday / Hope you enjoy it this time / You gave it all away. . . . It's not right."

18. "Cult of Personality," by Living Colour.
A hard—rocking critique of state power, whacking Mussolini, Stalin, and even JFK: "I exploit you, still you love me / I tell you one and one makes three / I'm the cult of personality."

19. "Kicks," by Paul Revere and the Raiders.
An anti—drug song that is also anti—utopian: "Well, you think you're gonna find yourself a little piece of paradise / But it ain't happened yet, so girl you better think twice."

20. "Rock the Casbah," by The Clash.
After 9/11, American radio stations were urged not to play this 1982 song, one of the biggest hits by a seminal punk band, because it was seen as too provocative. Meanwhile, British Forces Broadcasting Service (the radio station for British troops serving in Iraq) has said that this is one of its most requested tunes.

21. "Heroes," by David Bowie.
A Cold War love song about a man and a woman divided by the Berlin Wall. No moral equivalence here: "I can remember / Standing / By the wall / And the guns / Shot above our heads / And we kissed / As though nothing could fall / And the shame / Was on the other side / Oh we can beat them / For ever and ever."

22. "Red Barchetta," by Rush.
In a time of "the Motor Law," presumably legislated by green extremists, the singer describes family reunion and the thrill of driving a fast car — an act that is his "weekly crime."

23. "Brick," by Ben Folds Five.
Written from the perspective of a man who takes his young girlfriend to an abortion clinic, this song describes the emotional scars of "reproductive freedom": "Now she's feeling more alone / Than she ever has before. . . . As weeks went by / It showed that she was not fine."

24. "Der Kommissar," by After the Fire.
On the misery of East German life: "Don't turn around, uh—oh / Der Kommissar's in town, uh—oh / He's got the power / And you're so weak / And your frustration / Will not let you speak." Also a hit song for Falco, who wrote it.

25. "The Battle of Evermore," by Led Zeppelin.
The lyrics are straight out of Robert Plant's Middle Earth period — there are lines about "ring wraiths" and "magic runes" — but for a song released in 1971, it's hard to miss the Cold War metaphor: "The tyrant's face is red."

26. "Capitalism," by Oingo Boingo.
"There's nothing wrong with Capitalism / There's nothing wrong with free enterprise. . . . You're just a middle class, socialist brat / From a suburban family and you never really had to work."

27. "Obvious Song," by Joe Jackson.
For property rights and economic development, and against liberal hypocrisy: "There was a man in the jungle / Trying to make ends meet / Found himself one day with an axe in his hand / When a voice said 'Buddy can you spare that tree / We gotta save the world — starting with your land' / It was a rock 'n' roll millionaire from the USA / Doing three to the gallon in a big white car / And he sang and he sang 'til he polluted the air / And he blew a lot of smoke from a Cuban cigar."

28. "Janie's Got a Gun," by Aerosmith.
How the right to bear arms can protect women from sexual predators: "What did her daddy do? / It's Janie's last I.O.U. / She had to take him down easy / And put a bullet in his brain / She said 'cause nobody believes me / The man was such a sleaze / He ain't never gonna be the same."

29. "Rime of the Ancient Mariner," by Iron Maiden.
A heavy—metal classic inspired by a literary classic. How many other rock songs quote directly from Samuel Taylor Coleridge?

30. "You Can't Be Too Strong," by Graham Parker.
Although it's not explicitly pro—life, this tune describes the horror of abortion with bracing honesty: "Did they tear it out with talons of steel, and give you a shot so that you wouldn't feel?"

31. "Small Town," by John Mellencamp.
A Burkean rocker: "No, I cannot forget where it is that I come from / I cannot forget the people who love me."

32. "Keep Your Hands to Yourself," by The Georgia Satellites.
An outstanding vocal performance, with lyrics that affirm old—time sexual mores: "She said no huggy, no kissy until I get a wedding vow."

33. "You Can't Always Get What You Want," by The Rolling Stones.
You can "[go] down to the demonstration" and vent your frustration, but you must understand that there's no such thing as a perfect society — there are merely decent and free ones.

34. "Godzilla," by Blue Oyster Cult.
A 1977 classic about a big green monster — and more: "History shows again and again / How nature points up the folly of men."

35. "Who'll Stop the Rain," by Creedence Clearwater Revival.
Written as an anti—Vietnam War song, this tune nevertheless is pessimistic about activism and takes a dim view of both Communism and liberalism: "Five—year plans and new deals, wrapped in golden chains . . ."

36. "Government Cheese," by The Rainmakers.
A protest song against the welfare state by a Kansas City band that deserved more success than it got. The first line: "Give a man a free house and he'll bust out the windows."

37. "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down," by The Band.
Despite its sins, the American South always has been about more than racism — this song captures its pride and tradition.

38. "I Can't Drive 55," by Sammy Hagar.
A rocker's objection to the nanny state. (See also Hagar's pro—America song "VOA.")

39. "Property Line," by The Marshall Tucker Band.
The secret to happiness, according to these southern—rock heavyweights, is life, liberty, and property: "Well my idea of a good time / Is walkin' my property line / And knowin' the mud on my boots is mine."

40. "Wake Up Little Susie," by The Everly Brothers.
A smash hit in 1957, back when high—school social pressures were rather different from what they have become: "We fell asleep, our goose is cooked, our reputation is shot."

41. "The Icicle Melts," by The Cranberries.
A pro—life tune sung by Irish warbler Dolores O'Riordan: "I don't know what's happening to people today / When a child, he was taken away . . . 'Cause nine months is too long."

42. "Everybody's a Victim," by The Proclaimers.
Best known for their smash hit "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)," this Scottish band also recorded a catchy song about the problem of suspending moral judgment: "It doesn't matter what I do / You have to say it's all right . . . Everybody's a victim / We're becoming like the USA."

43. "Wonderful," by Everclear.
A child's take on divorce: "I don't wanna hear you say / That I will understand someday / No, no, no, no / I don't wanna hear you say / You both have grown in a different way / No, no, no, no / I don't wanna meet your friends / And I don't wanna start over again / I just want my life to be the same / Just like it used to be."

44. "Two Sisters," by The Kinks.
Why the "drudgery of being wed" is more rewarding than bohemian life.

45. "Taxman, Mr. Thief," by Cheap Trick.
An anti—tax protest song: "You work hard, you went hungry / Now the taxman is out to get you. . . . He hates you, he loves money."

46. "Wind of Change," by The Scorpions.
A German hard—rock group's optimistic power ballad about the end of the Cold War and national reunification: "The world is closing in / Did you ever think / That we could be so close, like brothers / The future's in the air / I can feel it everywhere / Blowing with the wind of change."

47. "One," by Creed.
Against racial preferences: "Society blind by color / Why hold down one to raise another / Discrimination now on both sides / Seeds of hate blossom further."

48. "Why Don't You Get a Job," by The Offspring.
The lyrics aren't exactly Shakespearean, but they're refreshingly blunt and they capture a motive force behind welfare reform.

49. "Abortion," by Kid Rock.
A plaintive song sung by a man who confronts his unborn child's abortion: "I know your brothers and your sister and your mother too / Man I wish you could see them too."

50. "Stand By Your Man," by Tammy Wynette.
Hillary trashed it — isn't that enough? If you're worried that Wynette's original is too country, then check out the cover version by Motörhead.

http://www.nytimes.com/2006/05/25/ar...5brockweb.html

I had no idea The Who, U2, The Clash, The Beatles, The Sex Pistols, Bob Dylan, David Bowie, Living Colour, Graham Parker, and The Cranberries were such committed conservative Republicans. I had no idea that deregulation of the banking industry, relaxation of water quality standards, and a cut in the top marginal capital gains taxes were so hip!!

Maybe if more young people knew that Johnny Rotten, John Lennon, Bono, Chrissie Hynde, and Sid Vicious were so dedicated to the death penalty, forcing women to carry pregnancies to term, eliminating affirmative action, and torture, the Republican party would get more of their votes!!

Mrs. Mary Whitford 06-02-2009 12:34 AM

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Originally Posted by H. Montague Worthington (Post 332691)
Maybe if more young people knew that Johnny Rotten, John Lennon, Bono, Chrissie Hynde, and Sid Vicious were so dedicated to the death penalty, forcing women to carry pregnancies to term, eliminating affirmative action, and torture, the Republican party would get more of their votes!!

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I think you're pulling our legs, Mr. Worthington! Surely none of those "band" or "singer" names are real! I know rock and roll combos can come up with silly monikers sometimes, but this is just silly. :giggle:
What tipped me off that this is an elaborate prank on your part is the use of the late Senator Bono to try to make it look real! I know he used to be a rock and roller before he saw what a deathstyle that was and embraced decent American values so it almost worked! :lol:
Speaking of Senator Bono, being a former rock and roller, the younger generation must still love him! Why isn't his image still used to entice them into the Big Tent of the GOP?

Jeb Stuart Thurmond 12-04-2020 03:27 AM

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Originally Posted by Trent Harvey, Jr. (Post 298895)
In 2020 the democrats will probably try running a half-japanese-half-australian-aborigional albino

You got that almost half right, if you squint a little.

(Get it? Squint? Because Kamala Harris is part-Asian, so one of her eyes must be squinty?)

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but we'll hit them with our one-armed midget card.
We should have listened. We should have listened.:(


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