Clint Eastwood gave a good speech while having a conversation with an invisible ‘Mr.’ Obama. The speech was the usual red meat for the GOP establishment types with a unspoken hat tip to Ron Paul(?) about bringing home all the troops from Afghanistan tomorrow. But the crowd went wild on comments like ‘we own this country’ and ‘when somebody does not do the job, we gotta let em go’ when speaking about politicians being our employees and the need to fire them when they aren’t getting the job done.
As some of my readers know, the last couple years have been unbelievably tough for my family and for theirs. Now we have a theme song that embraces that uphill struggle as everything around us is contracting. Trace Adkins unveiled a song at the Republican National Convention that finally hammers home what makes Americans so much different from the rest of the world, namely our resilience to natural and manmade tragedies and our diamond forged spines. Our enemy, the global elite, has once again underestimated us, and are creating some of the toughest Americans by forging millions of us in the hellfires of economic depression. I guess they don’t remember the last time they did this to us?
For all those that are still here, standing their ground, and pushing that boulder uphill while wearing cement shoes, listen to this new song from Trace Adkins, ‘Tough People Do‘, then stand up and take a moment to pat yourself on the back for still breathing and getting stronger by the minute. We ain’t beaten yet, the worst and best is yet to come…
(And DO NOT let this song become the theme song for the Romney/Ryan campaign because as the song lyrics suggest, times change, people don’t.)
Hit the link below to hear the song.
I wonder how the rest of ‘Real America’ (not the elites and their henchmen; the police, IRS agents, the banks, credit card companies, certain segments of the intelligence community and the military, etc.) feels about drones flying overhead recording and analyzing their every move? How much more like 1939 Germany must America become before the … Read more Just Because You Can Does Not Mean You Should