BROTHERS AND SISTAS-AH! We have been fed an undercooked shit sandwich on ciabatta this week. As our nation slips further into the Great Devaluation, remember that this is the United States of America. We have overcome worse than the bumbling ineptitude of our current government.
At some point, we can undo the damage and restore Liberty, even if it takes the rest of our lives. The pro-freedom movement of conservatives and libertarians will examine its faults, sweep away what drags it down, and prove that it is the ONLY choice for guaranteeing prosperity. It doesn’t seem obvious today, but the only way we lose is if we quit.
Reaffirm what you know to be true and remember that nobody can take that away no matter how many how many executive orders the president makes.
The weekly Friday music threads were started around 5 years ago here on RTFLC by Manwhore. When we left, we took it with us and refined it. For those not familiar with the concept, we post music consistent with the theme (or whatever we feel like posting) until we get too bored/drunk to continue.
The embedded video is a playlist. As you post your links in the comments, I add them all to the playlist in the top post. Don’t get put off or intimidated by some people’s weird selections either. This is all about everybody, alright?
It’s time to revive something good. This week, let’s have any of the below:
1. Music that cheers you up (you’ve had all day Wednesday and Thursday to mope)
2. Patriotic music
3. Music from a better time, such as the Reagan years
4. Music of finding someone or something that was thought lost
5. Whatever you want that expresses how you’re doing. Perhaps someone still needs a bit of catharsis
Before I begin, I would like to take a moment to acknowledge Kimpost, CM, and the other left-of-center members for their graciousness in victory. You guys take a lot of abuse here and you had every right to kick us while we were down but you didn’t. You showed class and that is not a term I throw around lightly except to note how it’s largely missing from our culture. I, for one, will not forget it. So the first song is dedicated to you infidels (wouldn’t be a revival if we didn’t invite the sinners to stand up and be counted):
This is what we have now:
The Outsiders by The Doves
All These Things that I’ve Done by The Killers
Starlight by Muse
Save the Day by The Living End
Shadow on the Sun by
The Wanderer by Johnny Cash and U2
Lithium by Nirvana