"We Ain’t Going Away"

Tres cool! A catchy Tea Party anthem from my new Cajun buddy Bruce Bellot.

Damn’ right!

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7 thoughts on “"We Ain’t Going Away"

  1. Did I see two people in American Flag burqas? Not sure I like that at all. Otherwise, the message of the song is good. This is just the beginning.

  2. Great song! Great video! No worries about the burqas, anonymous. To me, the fact that they are made from American flag fabric represents that WE THE PEOPLE are covered in LIBERTY, FREEDOM, AND JUSTICE FOR ALL!

    And. WE ARE NOT GOING AWAY!!

  3. My friend who heads the Napa Tea Party said this to explain why the ladies wore the red, white, and blue! "These burqua girls were making a statement AGAINST the Political Correctness that has drowned our nation in 'bending over backwards', bowing down and apologizing to everyone else on the planet!"
    Someone else said that they make everything else at events out of the flag so why not a burqa?!? She listed a bunch of stuff! lol

    Hope that helps! 🙂

  4. Sorry ChristineWJC & BruceBellott . . .defiling the stars and stripes by wearing it as a burkha represents the absolute antithesis of liberty, freedom and justice. It's repulsive. Better these ladies find another visual aid to make their case.

    The song, however, is absolutely wonderful. Love it. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Fotunately, This is still the United Sataes of America where we have the right to be even satirical. Shariah law strips all rights.
    an American woman
    (thank God!!!!)

  6. Anonymous,

    I think that stomping on the flag (the way American born terrorist Bill Ayers did – and there is the photo to prove it) or burning it (like the rabid liberal left lunatics in San Francisco do) during demonstrations is far more defiling and disrespectful than someone wearing one in the form of a burka. I agree with what Ben and Judy wrote.

    Recall, pResident Obama would not even put his hand over his heart to pledge allegiance to our flag(photo all over Internet), nor, would he wear a lapel pin to show support for our military in harms way. That is even more disgraceful – IMHO.

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