"Politically Uncorrect" as written by Billy Henderson, Danny Steagall and Leslie Satcher....
I'm for the low man on the totem pole
And I'm for the underdog god bless his soul
And I'm for the guys still pulling third shift
And the single mom raising her kids
And I'm for the preacher who stay on their knees
And I'm for the sinner who finally believed
And I'm For the farmer with dirt on his hands
And the soldiers who fight for this land

And I'm for the bible
And I'm for the flag
And I'm for the working man
Me and Ol' hag
I'm just one of many who can't get no respect
Politically uncorrect

I guess my opinion is all out of style
Don't get me started because I can get wild
And I'll make a fight for the four father's plan (That's Right)
Hell the world already knows where I stand

And I'm for the bible
And I'm for the flag
And I'm for the working man
Me and Ol' hag
I'm just one of many who can't get no respect
Politically uncorrect

Nothing Wrong with the bible
Nothing Wrong with the flag
Nothing Wrong with the working man
Me and Ol' Hag
We're just some of many that can't get no respect
Politically uncorrect
Politically uncorrect


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"Politically Uncorrect" as written by Danny Steagall Billy Henderson

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    General CommentThis song is stupid. I get mixed messages from it because in the beginning of the video, there's this clip of Georgie Boy talking and then a newscaster saying "another deadly day in Iraq". But then she goes on in the song to say that "I'm for the flag",m which by most people's standards means that you are for whatever Georgie Boy is doing. It also pisses me off when she says "I'm for the soldiers who fight for this land". People who are rednecks assume that liberals are against the troops, because you can support the troops and still be against the war. I mean does being against the war mean that you want the troops to die? All around this song is a dumb fuck hick anthem.
    itsfruitcakeweatheron May 29, 2006   Link
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    General CommentPeople who are rednecks assume that liberals are against the troops, because you can support the troops and still be against the war... ... All around this song is a dumb fuck hick anthem.

    wow. you definitely win the award for "most frighteningly ignorant comment" of the day.

    *sighs and speaks slowly*

    you can ALSO support the bible, the flag, the soldiers... and not necessarily support the war, which may be what she was implying by including that clip of "another deadly day in iraq."

    it seems to me she is saying she supports what is not considered "politically correct" these days, but people have forgotten that they are the very things that america was founded on:

    "And I'm for the guys still pulling third shift / and the single mom raising her kids" -- the stigmas attached to single moms, working a time-clock third shift...
    "And I'm for the preacher who stay on their knees / And I'm for the sinner who finally believed" -- religion isn't PC to discuss anymore b/c it might offend someone.

    "And I'm for the bible / And I'm for the flag" -- again, things that are abused and tormented and debated as PC to discuss, display, etc.

    all-in-all, i'm not saying this song is lyrical genius or anything, but it makes a good point -- there's more to america than big men in stuffed suits smoking cigars... there's still farmers who are losing their land, life, to those big men... and i think that's what she was hinting at, is that dubya is one of those men destroying what america was founded on. i'd like to see him get his hands dirty sometime and not have ten people standing there with towels and evian. i'd like to see him actually fight in the war. etc, etc.
    sapphireskieson May 31, 2006   Link
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    General CommentWell, I'm sorry for making a generalization that covers about 80% of the southern population. Do not patronize me by saying "wow. you definitely win the award for "most frighteningly ignorant comment" of the day.

    *sighs and speaks slowly* "
    And besides Georgie Boy DOES support most fo the things in this song, like the bible and the flag and the troops. Please do not ever say that I am igorant again because if it's a war of words you want, I will surely win.
    itsfruitcakeweatheron June 01, 2006   Link
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    General Commenthaha....tell me where this song talks about WAR at all...."itsfruitcakeweather" you assume too much....read the lyrics again, she makes no mention of war at all....She is meerly pointing out that she stands all of the things that aren't PC to stand for...She has pride and is telling the public where she stands, whats wrong with that? I think sapphireskies was right, very ignorant to assume things that are not there...and I will win a war of words with you, if thats what you are looking for!
    ray ray8on January 21, 2008   Link

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