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October 09, 2010


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Philip France

Excellent song!

As a former semi-pro musician I commend the singing, the production and arrangement, the melody and the great guitar work, especially the solo.

As an American I commend the message. This man is right on and I stand side-by-side with him in wresting our precious liberties from the malefactors in our White House, in our Congress and in our state houses.

From sea to shining sea...

A high school student

I like it!

Personally, I like country and mixing it with patriotic flavor is a good combination. I agree with the song about big government wasting tax payers money on government programs. Taking advantage on hard working people to fill their own agendas is very immoral. I like the "don't tread on me" reference and it means much to me since I am a youth in the tea party rally. I believe in America's sovereign right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, and it makes me furious when the government tightens the noose on our liberties. It is time for change, a change in the government and the people's outlook on life. The government's powers need to be balanced and judicial review needs to be in check like it is supposed to be. The people of this great nation need to be vigilant of our government and to not be afraid to stand up to it. Anyways, I digress, this is a very good song and I want it on my mp3 player to give me a patriotic boost when I need it.

Thank you Mr.Duke for posting this, and thank the person(s) that made this music video.



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