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Wed Feb 15, 2017, 01:16 PM

A song about the Bush years

Sometimes you have to turn back the clock to know what time it is. History is the least popular subject in high schools. Most young people do not know the importance history is. Most think it is about remembering dates about certain events. Yes, it is. BUT! Itís about objectivity about past events.
History is a tool about political polemics. If you engage in a political argument, history will always come up. Partisan politics will always fudge or lie about history to certify their point of view. Then there is the out right lies about history. Truthful or objective history will strengthen your argument.
The song above was a tune I based it on the Billy Joelís 1989 song: We didnít start the fire. After 8 years of Bush, I recounted all the events that happened of those 8 years. It wrote the chorus and the lyrics, A.J Marik wrote most of the music and he is the vocalist. We didnít put out the fire: was a cut off of Benedict Arnold and the Traitors 2009 C.D Star, Spangled, Bummer.
My message was that American didnít fight hard enough to stop the President Bush war machine. If you were alive in 2001 to 2008, you might remember all the right wing rhetoric and news stories I recall in this song. Come on! Click on it! Besides time, what do you have to lose? You know you want to. Just do it!


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