Declaration Of Independence
2012 | Country
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“I won't back up, I don't back down, I've been raised up to stand my ground. -- Take my job but not my guns, tax my check till I ain't got none. -- Except for the good Lord up above, I answer to no one."
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Shucks howdy, y'all. This is somethin' fierce. To sum it up: "I love freedom, I vote Republican." Really? Seems that way. While I can certainly respect the attitude of never backing down and all that, this is a clear case of not practicing what you preach. It's as bad as a Thin Blue Line bumper sticker next to your Come and Take It bumper sticker. Do you not see the problem here, man? Jeez. Somewhat painful!
OMFG! Cognitive dissonance has a theme song and this is it.
I know this song is total bullshit. If I could narrow it down to just the chorus it might have a little merit but alas every other word in it completely belies the hook. Hoorah, god bless the USA lets kill all the Chinamen bullshit. But I resolved to keep it for a very specific reason. This is what people think libertarians are. We're just republicans that like weed to them. And why not. Assholes like this preach a good game but they don't stand on principle. It's more of a fashion statement than "punk" is and that's saying something. Anyway Sherry's response is really all the song deserved but I wanted it to be on the record that this is not what a libertarian is despite popular belief.