The Devil Went Down To Georgia

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Apr 192017
 

Democrat Jon Ossoff is headed for a runoff in June against a Republican contender after failing Tuesday to score an upset victory

The Devil Went Down To Georgia

Georgia congressional race: Democrat Ossoff, Republican Handel will go to run-off.

Seems like an appropriate song for today!

The Devil went down to Georgia – He was looking for a soul to steal – He was in a bind, ’cause he was way behind – He was willing to make a deal – When he came across this young man – Sawing on a fiddle and playing it hot – And the Devil jumped up on a hickory stump and said – “Boy let me tell you what:

I guess you didn´t know it, but I’m a fiddle player too,
And if you’d care to take a dare,
I’ll make a bet with you
Now you play a pretty good fiddle,
Boy, but give the Devil his due
I bet a fiddle of gold against your soul
‘Cause I think I’m better than you”
The boy said, “My name’s Johnny and it might be a sin,
But I’ll take your bet, you’re gonna regret,
‘Cause I’m the best there’s ever been”
Johnny, rosin up your bow and play your fiddle hard,
‘Cause hell’s broke loose in Georgia and the Devil deals the cards
And if you win you’ll get this shiny fiddle made of gold,
But if you lose, the Devil gets your soul!
The Devil opened up his case and he said, “I’ll start this show”
And fire blew from his fingertips as he rosined up his bow
And he pulled the bow across the strings and it made an evil hiss
Then a band of demons joined in,
And it sounded something like this
When the Devil finished, Johnny said,
“Well you’re pretty good old son
But sit down in that chair right there
And let me show you how it’s done!”
Fire on the Mountain, run, boys, run
The Devil´s in the house of the rising sun
Chicken in the bread pan a picking out dough,
Granny does your dog bite, “No, child, no”
The Devil bowed his head because he knew that he’d been beat
And he laid that golden fiddle on the ground at Johnny´s feet
Johnny said, “Devil, just come on back
If you ever want to try again,
I done told you once, you son of a bitch,
I’m the best there´s ever been”
He played,
Fire on the Mountain, run, boys, run
The Devil’s in the house of the rising sun
Chicken in the bread pan a picking out dough,
Granny will your dog bite, “No, child, no”

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United We Stood by Charlie Daniels

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Jan 082013
 

Hats off to Charlie Daniels a truly fearless American Patriot!

Charlie Daniels American FlagThere is an old phrase that goes, “United we stand, divided we fall.”

Just as in the making of a rope or a cable, the braiding of many pieces of material make something that is exponentially stronger than the individual parts could ever be, the uniting of a people, the coming together of many, makes a nation or society that is powerful, productive and equipped to turn back the strongest adversary or most aggressive foe by virtue of the strength of their unity.

Even the Latin term “E Pluribus Unum” printed on our money – “Out of many, one” – denotes the mission, strength and philosophy of a nation that is forged from different backgrounds, different cultures, different religions and different languages with one thing in common, the overriding and burning desire to be free, to live in a land of opportunity, where you can pursue the desires of your heart and enjoy the fruits of your labor without undue interference from a king or repressive government.

The last decades have taken a toll on our unity.

The immigrants who brought their families to these shores to become a part of this new nation, this upstart country that values the rights of the common man as much as that of the high and mighty, literally couldn’t wait to assimilate into the society, to become part of the workforce, to have their children learn the accepted national language, to join the one man one vote political system and put their own roots deep into the fertile ground of the land of the free and the home of the brave.

They waited impatiently, sometimes for many years for their turn to come to America.

They studied and worked, obeying the laws during the eight years it took them to become citizens and the day they were naturalized was the proudest day of their lives.

They built it, they fought for it, they served in the political process and through hard work and perseverance created the most progressive, and the most prosperous and strongest nation the world has ever known.

And they took pride in calling themselves and their succeeding generations, “Americans.”

These days, people come to America simply by walking across an international border and power hungry politicians subvert a two-hundred-year-old time honored immigration process in an effort to trade citizenship for party loyalty.

There is little attempt at assimilation or even to become proficient in the language and many of them come to America, not to add to the prosperity or greatness of the nation, but to be added to the already unbearable entitlement burden the hard working tax payers are forced to bear.

Others come in hopes of destroying or changing our culture, living in the freedom and prosperity of this land, huddling in their enclaves, rejoicing every time America suffers a setback in foreign policy or a terrorist attack.

Still others are just along for the ride, gaming the system, living off the liberalities of our growing socialism in a nation that once prided itself on the work ethic of its people but now experiences months when there are more requests for disability compensation than job applications.

We have a president who carelessly throws around statements that foster racial and class envy and has belittled accomplishment reducing it to something the government helped to achieve and therefore deserves a “fair share” of.

We have a gelded Congress whose greatest fear is having to go back to the private sector and working for a living like the rest of us.

Our beloved United States of America is being torn apart, this nation whose independence and freedom was purchased with the blood of patriots, nurtured by the sweat of immigrants and maintained by the determination of many races who came together and pledged their allegiance to the ideals and commitment of the people, by the people and for the people.

The American electorate has chosen to put the fate of this nation into the hands of a divisive socialist movement whose idea of the American dream bears no resemblance to the one that crossed oceans in the breasts of brave determined men a couple of centuries ago.

In the coming years we will begin to pay for our folly as our national debt slips beyond our reach, our military is weakened to a dangerous level, more industry moves off shore and the American dollar shrinks and loses it’s place as the accepted international trade currency.

The stage has been set, the sheep have been scattered and one nation under God is being divided and conquered.

Is there still a “We the People” abroad in this land who still have the will, the courage and the love of country to stand in the gap? Is there a leader out there somewhere who can reunite this nation and reignite the flame and bring America back to her senses?

A divided America is waiting.

What do you think?

Pray for our troops and the peace of Jerusalem.

God bless America

Charlie Daniels

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Sep 132012
 

God Bless America.

The following words were spoken by the late Red Skelton on his television program as he related the story of his teacher who felt his students had come to think of the Pledge of Allegiance as merely something to recite in class each day.

Now, more than ever, listen to the meaning of these words.

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Previously:
Red Skelton’s Pledge of Allegiance

Charlie Daniels – Better Off

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May 212012
 
A True American Patriot

When you look at a presidential candidate, you are faced with the sobering fact that, if elected, he will be the most powerful person on earth for the next four years and have power over not only weapons of mass destruction, but also the economy, foreign policy, social and civil rights issues – and the quality of your life.

New candidates have to run on a limited record of public service, their character, their personality and their believability.

If the person is an incumbent, that person should stand on past achievements and the accomplishments, or lack thereof, in the last four years.

Being a good president requires much more than being a nice and charismatic guy, a good public speaker and looking good for the television cameras.

A president is supposed to be a leader, a pacesetter, a father figure, a pursuer of justice, and a champion of the American way of life, defending it around the world verbally and militarily, if necessary.

A good president is a good administrator who realizes that he can’t possibly be everywhere at the same time, that he needs capable assistants to take care of the details and strong competent men and women who have the experience and ability to run departments of government, leaving him free to tackle the big problems and oversee the work the people under him are doing.

The president is the face of America to the rest of the world. Every word that comes out of his mouth is diced, dissected and analyzed by foreign leaders around the world and has to be carefully chosen so as not to show weakness or vulnerability.

A president can’t be a crybaby or petulant or petty and should, above all, take responsibility for his actions, good or bad. Harry Truman said it best, “The buck stops here,”

When we examine whether or not to elect an incumbent, we should not just ask ourselves: Am I better off than I was four years ago? We should also ask: Is the country better off than it was four years ago?

Let’s look at Barack Obama’s four years in office.

One of the first things Obama did was to tour the world, apologizing for America’s greatness and bowed to a Muslim king who is one of the worst human rights violators on earth.

The prestige of this nation has fallen ever since.

Do you feel better about America’s place in the world than you did four years ago?

He surrounds himself with incompetence and inexperience. Eric Holder alone is enough of a testament to Obama’s weakness when it comes to appointing capable personel.

Holder’s tenure has been an unmitigated and unparalleled disaster. In the hands of Holder, justice is not blind and certainly not colorblind.

His refusal to turn over pertinent documents pertaining to the Fast and Furious debacle, in my opinion, means that he’s got something to hide. There is no way possible that a gun running operation that crosses international borders could possibly have happened without the approval of the head of the department, if not approval at an even higher level.

Holder is not Attorney General material. The man seems to think the Constitution is a list of suggestions. He is dangerous.

Do you feel better about the Justice Department than you did four years ago?

Tim Geithner’s understanding of the street level economics is either non-existent or well hidden. He looks and acts like a lost child.

Do you feel better about the treasury department than you did four years ago?

Have you flown lately? If you have, you probably got a taste of Janet Napolitano’s style of Homeland Security. It seems that the TSA just goes from one blunder to another and there’s simply no telling how many terrorists have crossed our border with Mexico unimpeded.

Do you feel safer now than you did four years ago?

Obama has had more Czars that the entire history of the Russian Monarchy and, in most cases, we don’t even know what they do.

Obama has shown his contempt for the Constitution on several occasions. He has also shown his contempt for the will of the people with his sneaky midnight legislation and further corrupting of the already corrupt houses of Congress to get his socialist agenda passed over the will, and behind the back, of We The People.

Do you feel that your government represents your interests better than it did four years ago?

Obama’s whispered conversation with Russian President Medvedev, when he thought the mics were off, bespeaks what a second Obama term would be. And, his message for Vladimir that “after my election I’ll have more flexibility” is a harbinger of some dealings with the Russians he wants to hide from the American voting public.

His secretly recorded “guns and religion” statement seems to pretty much sum up how he feels and talks about Middle America when he thinks it can’t hear him.

Do you trust the president more than you did four years ago?

A net two million jobs have disappeared under Obama, the national debt has grown to sixteen trillion dollars and is getting bigger every day,

Do you feel better about the economy than you did four years ago?

Obama has been the most socially divisive president in my lifetime. He fans the flames of racial and class envy any time he thinks it will benefit him politically.

Do you feel better about race relations than you did four years ago?

Obama talks about all the jobs he saved by bailing out General Motors, but many of those jobs are overseas and don’t benefit the American economy or tax base at all.

His chosen head of the White House’s “Jobs Council”, Jeffrey Immelt – the head man at General Electric – moved the manufacturing of GE light bulbs to China.

Do you feel better about keeping your job than you did four years ago?

And how about Tom Vilsack’s Agriculture Department wanting to tell farm families the age at which their children can operate machinery. Mr. Vilsack is evidently out of his depths and knows very little about the family farm.

Do you feel better about raising your family without government interference than you did four years ago?

Kathleen Sibelius should be called the secretary of health, welfare and abortion because she has at least as much interest in terminating the unborn as she does in health and welfare.

Is the country better off than it was four years ago?

What do you think?

Pray for our troops, and for our country.

God Bless America

Charlie Daniels

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Charlie Daniels – This Ain’t No Rag It’s A Flag

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May 052011
 

Video Description:

This video is made in tribute to a great band, The Charlie Daniels Band, and a great country. I think everyone should have pride in their country, and the symbols that represent that country. I think Terrorists and those who sponsor terrorism are simply cowards. I hope you enjoy my video tribute to the Flag of the United States of America. “United States”

Sep 292010
 

Excellent letter by a true patriot.


I write this letter as a patriot, a taxpayer, a lifelong resident and as concerned citizen of what I consider to be the greatest nation ever known to man, the United States of America.

I am Caucasian, so let’s get the racial aspect out of the way to start with. This letter has nothing to do with your race. I lived through the cruelty of Jim Crow and segregation and learned early on in my life that the color of my skin does not make me better or worse than any other man.

We all remember Martin Luther King, Jr.’s statement about judging people, not by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character, and I believe that with all my heart.

I believe that America is an exceptional country. We have been liberator, benefactor and leader of the free world for centuries. America is an example of what can be achieved by free people living under the free enterprise system.

We have led the world in technology, industry, science and medicine for a long time.

Our capitalist system guarantees that those who explore new worlds and bring us new products and better techniques are amply rewarded for their efforts, and this is as it should be.

A person who is the first one to get there and the last one to leave, who burns the midnight oil and never gives up until they realize their goals, are a boon to humankind. They’re the ones who discover new cures, start new industries and create jobs.

These people deserve to be rewarded for their hard work and for the products and services they bring to make life better for all mankind.

Mr. President, it is my personal opinion that you want to take the well-earned rewards of these people and give it to those who have done nothing to deserve them.

It’s really redistribution of wealth, and it’s nothing new. It’s been tried many places before and it has miserably failed in every one of them.

It’s called socialism.

Am I calling you a socialist? Yes, I am. I firmly believe that you are a socialist and a globalist, and that you think America should have a comeuppance and have our playing field leveled to match those of other countries not as industrious or as innovative as we are.

Mr. President, how can you support the building of a mosque in the very same area where Islamic radicals murdered so many Americans?

Just who’s side are you on?

Am I accusing you of being a Muslim? No I’m not, but the jury is still out a little bit on that subject in my mind, because many times your sympathies seem to lean in that direction. You need to watch who you bow to Mr. President.

You have betrayed a whole generation of African-Americans who voted for you because they really believed all that junk about “hope and change,” they really thought you were going to do something great and the only thing you’ve done is to make their jobs disappear and their health insurance go up.

You and your party have corrupted duly elected officials in an effort to get your legislative agenda passed. Remember the “Louisiana Purchase” and the “Cornhusker Kickback,” and that’s just a couple we know about, but you bought off a bunch of congressmen and senators, knowing that you were going against the will of the majority of Americans, because you think that you and your arrogant friends know more about what’s good for America than the citizens your disastrous actions effect.

Am I accusing you of being an elitist? You bet.

I don’t believe you take the Islamic threat to America nearly as seriously as you should. You use semantics like “Overseas Contingency Operation” and “Man Caused Disasters” to soften your rhetoric toward people who would like nothing better than decapitate the entire population of America.

And Mr. President, if you’d really like to know the kind of warriors who are fighting the “Overseas Contingency Operation,” and you would like to really know about what kind of enemies they’re fighting, you should read a book called Lone Survivor by a brave, young Navy Seal named Marcus Lutrell who went to hell and back for his country, and is still a dedicated patriot. I think you’d find it enlightening, Mr. President and after you finish it would you pass it on to Janet Napolitano? And by the way, tell her that my invitation to take her to Iraq and show her some “Man Caused Disasters” is still open.

Am I calling you naïve? Absolutely.

You seem to think that America has an endless supply of tax dollars for you to waste and give away, and the debt you’ve piled up could well bankrupt the greatest nation on earth.

Am I calling you a failure, Mr. President? With all due respect that’s exactly what I’m doing.

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