Friday, September 29, 2006

Dixie Chicks - Americans?

Well those Dixie Chicks are at it again. Hot on the heels of their last brush with anti-Americanism whereby one of them dared to use her “right” to free-speech and expressed her embarrassment that President George W Bush came from the same state that she did, the Chicks have now released the first single from their new CD and it’s a defiant little tune called, I’m Still Not Ready To Make Nice. For shame!

One can only imagine the nerve of these ladies. Have they already forgotten the storm of righteous American anger by righteous Americans after they purposely insulted the President, AKA: the Commander-in-Chief? Those righteous Americans headed to the barricades, frothing indignantly, and then there were the boycotts, the death threats, and the good old American tradition of CD burning (inspired by those good old folks of the Third Reich). It was a good time to be a real American, ruled by the mob mentality, with a fear and a hatred of all that was different. You would think that they would have learned their lesson. In their shoes any real American would have slunk off whit their tail between their legs and sinned no more. Not these chicks. Instead they hide behind their “rights” and choose defiance. How American is that, not surrendering to a superior force out of fear?

Bill ‘Shut-up’ O’Reilly, Sean ‘Ape’ Hannity, Rush ‘Fat Creep’ Limbaugh and Ann ‘Probably not a guy’ Coulter all agree, the Dixie Chicks, through their blatant disrespect for all that makes the US great, are supporting the terrorists and not supporting the troops. This modern tendency to speak ones mind, coupled with that ancient Communist mindthink, “I may not agree with what you say but I will defend to the death your right to say it,” has gone far enough. There are some things you just do not do during times of war and one of them is that you do not insult the Commander-in-Chief. When President Bill Clinton was in office (and Commander-in-Chief), American soldiers were involved in, and dying in, far off lands and there was not a right-wing commentator in the United States who would have dared to insult him in any way at that time. The Dixie Chicks should have shown the same restraint, but they did not and now to add insult to injury they release the defiant I’m Still Not Ready To Make Nice. Terrible.

My intention is this; I will be going out and buying as many of their new disc, Taking The Long Way, as I can find and handing it out to friends and family so that everybody can see just how defiant these ladies are. In fact I encourage everyone to do the same and buy all of their discs. Buy, buy, buy and spread the word and let’s show these lefty liberals just who’s in charge. Yeah!

Anyway… Humouroceros


Right, like I would have used any other picture of these ladies.

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