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Country Stars Dierks Bentley, Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard Join Toms Gun Control Campaign

Discussion in 'Law & Order' started by RugersGR8, Dec 7, 2018 at 4:37 PM.

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    https://www.breitbart.com/entertain...tyler-hubbard-join-toms-gun-control-campaign/
    Country Stars Dierks Bentley, Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard Join Toms Gun Control Campaign
    by AWR Hawkins - 4 Dec 2018

    "Bentley and Hubbard are both pushing for universal background checks, although laws requiring background checks already exist, and have since 1998. The difference between universal checks and the type the U.S. has is that universal checks are a way to criminalize private gun sales, thereby making criminals out of a neighbor who sells a gun to another neighbor or a father who sells a gun to his son."
     
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    Does anyone actually listen to hick-hop, or is it just something for jackasses to blast from the speaker towers on their wake boats to annoy everyone else on the lake? :anyone:
     
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    IMHO, these two jackwagon/phallic tetes are about as C&W as Pee-wee(pee-pee) Herman. I never have heard of them:scratch:, let alone listened to them.:puke:
     
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    I'm a country fan and I'd like to say I wouldn't listen to them anymore but I can't. Their music sucks, so I never listened to their songs anyway.
     
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    My first reaction but it was the singers and Tom Arnold I thought "Who?" He had one movie where he over acted in and then he married Barr. What else?
     
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    Not my kind of country music, and they're morons...
     
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    Hank Williams jr, hank sr, Conway, a lot of others in that era and me in the shower is all I listen to water in my ears makes me sound better
     
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    With today's country music you can always assume that the more popular it is the crappier it is. I can't really listen to the radio anymore. Grumpy old bastard here.
     
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    IMHO, a lot of today's C&W music is just morphed/rebranded "leftist socialism lite" music/entertainment like the Dixie Chicks of yore. You see the same thing(much stronger socialist agenda messages) on your TV, at the movies, in publications, and in the "Revisionist History" taught in public schools and universities.
     
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