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Sunday, April 10, 2016

John Wayne, The Anti Communist Dealing With Children Who Want Others To Pay For Them

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John Wayne, "America, Why I Love Her" Original 1973 8-Track Tape From Release Year


John Wayne Dealt With The Same Communist Problems In The 1960's As We Are Dealing With Now In 2016. Children Thinking Adults Should Keep Paying For Them Even When the Children Turn Into Adults.

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In a Playboy interview, John Wayne also responded to questions about whether entitlement programs were good for the country:
I know all about that. In the late Twenties, when I was a sophomore at USC, I was a socialist myself—but not when I left. The average college kid idealistically wishes everybody could have ice cream and cake for every meal. But as he gets older and gives more thought to his and his fellow man's responsibilities, he finds that it can't work out that way—that some people just won't carry their load ... I believe in welfare—a welfare work program. I don't think a fella should be able to sit on his backside and receive welfare. I'd like to know why well-educated idiots keep apologizing for lazy and complaining people who think the world owes them a living. I'd like to know why they make excuses for cowards who spit in the faces of the police and then run behind the judicial sob sisters. I can't understand these people who carry placards to save the life of some criminal, yet have no thought for the innocent victim.

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Back in the 1930’s his diverse roles found Wayne cast as a singing cowboy Sandy Saunders in the 1933 film, “Riders of Destiny.”   Stories indicate that Wayne asked the producers to find a cowboy who could actually sing – a new star and singing cowboy named Gene Autry took his place.  In spite of this, Wayne would later garner a Grammy nomination for his spoken word album “America Why I Love Her.”

America Why I Love Her

You ask me Why I Lover Her? Well, give me time and I’ll explain.

Have you see a Kansas sunset or an Arizona rain?

Have you drifted on a bayou down Louisiana way?

Have you watched a cold fog drifting over San Francisco Bay?

Have you heard a bobwhite calling in the Carolina pines,

Or heard the bellow of a diesel at the Appalachia mines?

Does the call of Niagara thrill you when you hear her waters roar?

Do you look with awe and wonder at her Massachusetts shore,

Where men who braved a hard new world first stepped on Plymounth’s rock?

And do you think of them when you stroll along a New York City dock?

Have you seen a snowflake drifting in the Rockies, way up high?

Have you seen the sun come blazing down from a bright Nevada sky?

Do you hail to the Columbia as she rushes to the sea,

Or bow your head at Gettysburg at our struggle to be free?

Have you seen the mighty Tetons? Have you watched an eagle soar?

Have you see the Mississippi roll along Missouri’s shore?

Have you felt a chill at Michigan when on a winter’s day

Her waters rage along the shore in thunderous display?

Does the word “Aloha” make you warm? Do you stare in disbelief

When you see the surf come roaring in at Waimea Reef?

From Alaska’s cold to the Everglades, from the Rio Grande to Maine,

My heart cries out, my pulse runs fast at the might of her domain.

You ask me Why I Love Her? I’ve a million reasons why:

My Beautiful America, beneath God’s wide, wide sky.