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Hate Me, Blame Me, You Can’t Shame Me – I’m American!


Time for some righteous pride in being an American: Stuck Mojo – I’m American


I’m an American related to all colors of brethren,
Priests and Pastors and Prophets and Reverends,
Divided we fall united we stand together man,
In this cultural melting pot there’s nothing better than,
This land of the free and the home of the brave,
Populated by ancestors of immigrants and slaves
who met early graves, So we could see brighter days
and we could proudly praise and raise
the stars and stripes as Americans

Hate me
Blame me
You can’t shame me
Come and stand with me
I’m American

I’m an American born in these states united,
Where racial discrimination keeps us so divided,
Well we’ve got free speech so I won’t be quiet,
We got a lot of problems here man I won’t deny it,
But ain’t another place that I’d rather be,
Than in this land of great opportunity,
Where we can be anything that we wanna be,
So until the day I D-I-E,
I stand tall as an American



April 6, 2008 , 9:33PM Posted by | Music, Patriotism | Comments Off on Hate Me, Blame Me, You Can’t Shame Me – I’m American!

Vets for Freedom – National Heroes Tour at Fort Bragg


Uncle Jimbo at Blackfive posts the full event with all the speeches of the Vets for Freedom National Heroes Tour at Fort Bragg. Be sure to sit down and take the 45 minutes to watch and listen to these men and women of our United States military. These men and women are the true role models and should be seen and heard by every young man and woman in America and across the world. They have great messages, great perspectives and great experiences to share with us all, based on their experience in doing their part in the war effort.



You can watch all of Uncle Jimbo’s videos from the Vets for Freedom National Heroes Tour HERE.

April 6, 2008 , 1:46PM Posted by | Jeremiah Workman, Kate Norley, National Heroes Tour, Operation Enduring Freedom, Operation Iraqi Freedom, Steve Russell, Tom Parks, US Military, Vets for Freedom | Comments Off on Vets for Freedom – National Heroes Tour at Fort Bragg