Whoa. A U.S Marine rapping about what it means to him to answer the call to defend his country. Proud and Patriotic. Kind of leaves you speechless.

If rap were more about stuff like this instead of stuff like bitches, money, guns, bling-bling, hos, pimps, glocks, rape, and drugs, then maybe I could get into it. And please don’t start preaching about how all rap is not like that. I’m well aware of that. I remember Skee-Lo.


I don’t know the name of the Marine, or if he’s in Iraq or not. If he is, knowing how crappy things are over there, I hope he gets home safe. My brother-in-law is there now (Air Force) and my other brother-in-law was just there for nearly a year (Navy). I have my opinions on this situation our country is in. Some aren’t exactly flattering. But no matter how bad things get, I will always respect every man and woman in uniform. It’s not an easy thing to do. And it’s a tough life.

-Dave Q.

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  • If someone told me it wasn't "fashionable" to talk about freedom, I think I'd just have to look him square in the eye and say, "Okay, YOU TELL ME what's "fashionable." But he won't. And you know why? Because you can't ask someone what's fashionable in a smart-alecky way like that. You have to be friendly and say, "By the way, what's fashionable?"