that ain't my America
October 13, 2009 5:58:57 PM UTC Post #41

=roadfatigue said:Absolutely, far more important things to talk about.

I know...

Is Rickey Married?

Where's all my old posts?

My grandma loves Johnny and wants to give him a big kiss, how do I make this happen?

What's your favorite color and do you dig the brothers? Well, do ya?

LMAO, RF i like the color of green grass..... you????? :)

October 13, 2009 7:38:35 PM UTC Post #42

@roadfatigue: Good one! thanks for the compliment hehe ya that whole thing gets me fired up more than you can believe. Ya I believe hes gonna change things! He said early in his campaign and I quote "We will fundamentally change America!" Like I said why change a system that has worked so well that it brought an infant nation to the super power of the world in a little over 100 years??? It took other superpowers thousands of years!!! God bless America!!! Thanks for the support RF! Keep it rockin man! the two Rednecks left in SoCal!

October 13, 2009 7:54:45 PM UTC Post #43

=roadfatigue said:There's just a few of us posting on this thread, but I've got a feeling that is about to change.

The links below are no joke. You never heard about this on Fox, MSNBC, CNN, NBC, CBS, ABC, Rush, Liddy, etc...NOWHERE! I'll bet the band has never heard of this like the rest of you. Well hold on to your seats, this is what your govornment is allowing in your country. This so-called President refused to salute his own countrys flag yet he allows this on the south lawn of the White House?

Your damn right, That Ain't My America!

Tom, I beg you, please don't take this down. People need to know what is going on. All I'm asking is the same respect that Dan had asked for at the beginning of this thread.

Thanks in advance.

Great links by the way. That is just disgraceful and nauseating. "Hey guys lets celebrate a communist dictatorship that murders its own civilians, doesn't allow families to have more than one child, and runs into Tibet and murders civilians and pillages and runs their Dali lama out of the country for fear of being murdered just because of their religion! Ya lets celebrate a racist, population controlling country's birth! Ya thats a great idea!!!"

Absolutely disgusting... need i say more???

October 13, 2009 8:16:32 PM UTC Post #44

I like the simple life the way it used to be
We left our doors wide open
We didn't need no key
I've been around the world seen all there is to see
I'd trade all those memories for one more day
How it used to be
I like the simple life

Thanks for this great tune Skynyrd! Ridin' the Harley to see you in St. Augustine guys!

October 13, 2009 8:54:26 PM UTC Post #45

@roadfatigue: You make a great point. It's obvious! this is about a song called "That Ain't My America" and all we're doin is saying how this ain't our America...It's messed up... that's all i have to say at this point... and it's getting worse.

October 13, 2009 10:29:34 PM UTC Post #46

@roadfatigue: Ok, I looked up when "All Funked Up" was written--2003. I was thinking that it was during the Clinton era (behind closed doors--Monica L. scandal), but he was already out of office at this time. I don't know.........stop making me think......just spoon feed it to us. LOL!

Ain't nothing sweeter than a Southern girl!

October 14, 2009 12:00:21 AM UTC Post #47

LOL..Randy likes to make folks think.
That IS what the "closed door" reference is about-ole Billy boy and his infamous 'no-sex' romp with Monica.

Randy's point-is that we are in serious trouble-deep shyt, if you will as a country, and that fact is and has been well known by our band.

What you do for yourself dies with you, but what you do for others can live on forever.

October 14, 2009 12:55:02 PM UTC Post #48

Since it seems that the chattel seem to gravitate towards someone with a "rock-star" image for political office, The Nuge should run for President, and you guys, Charlie Daniels, Hank, Jr., and a few choice others should be appointend as cabinet members. Put some REAL men in office and take back America! Woo-hoo!!!!!

October 14, 2009 2:05:01 PM UTC Post #49


He's good for makin us think, which is a good thing if i do say so myself.... :)

October 14, 2009 2:21:14 PM UTC Post #50

@roadfatigue: You mean I was right on the history might just want to nominate me for a Noble Peace Prize! LOL!!

Ain't nothing sweeter than a Southern girl!

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