Item description for Ain't No Rag: Freedom, Family, and the Flag by Charlie Daniels...
Funny how liberals never seem to understand the simple truths about freedom, family, and flag that the rest of us know deep in our hearts and deep in our souls.
But Charlie Daniels knows - and he gives voice to the true American spirit.
In "Ain't No Rag" Charlie Daniels cuts loose on Hollywood, the anti-war crowd, and others who just don't get it.
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Studio: Regnery Publishing, Inc.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.18" Width: 6.32" Height: 0.99" Weight: 1.18 lbs.
Release Date Jun 19, 2003
Publisher Regnery Publishing, Inc.
ISBN 0895260735 ISBN13 9780895260734
Availability 0 units.
More About Charlie Daniels
CHARLIE DANIELS is a long-haired country boy and Grammy Award-winning front man of the Charlie Daniels Band, whose chart-topping hits include "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" and "The South's Gonna Do It (Again)." When not on the road, Charlie can be found at his home in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee.
Reviews - What do customers think about Ain't No Rag: Feeedom, Family and the Flag?
dern good Apr 22, 2005
I approve of this here paper binding cuz it's good for beatin the henderson boy who lives of the other side of our compound when he listen's to that thar hippity-hop music or whatever it is. Chuck Danieels is doing our land a service by standing up to liberals, commies, and the trilatteral commision. I hope is next book of learning squiggles confronts the Protocols of the Elders of Zion. THem shady folks have been reading my mind with them sattelites for tooo long.
How does he keep track of all the people he hates? Aug 26, 2004
He seems to have more love for land than the people that live on it. And there doesn't appear to be any logic behind his hate. He just hates people because they are not exactly the same as he.
He likes NASCAR? What a shock! Apr 30, 2004
If wrapping yourself in the flag was all it took to be a great patriot, Daniels would win the "Patriot Of The Year" award hands down. Its great we live in country where people can express their views (no matter how extreme) and not have to worry about reprisal. Yet, after reading through this book I get the feeling Charlie Daniels is more interested in making America conform to his arbitrary standards, rather than embracing the concept of a truly free society which our flag represents. I feel Mr. Daniels totally misses the point of the flag by going on a one-sided tirade, dismissing his political opponents as freedom-hating anti-American infidels.
Having said that, there is something for everyone in this book. Obviously conservatives will love it because it echoes everything Rush, Hannity, et al have been screaming about for years. Liberals with a sense of humor will get a big chuckle, while freethinking agnostic moderates such as myself regard this book as proof that neither the left or the right controls the printing press...yet!
Whether you agree with his politics or not, Charlie Daniels is an American, just like Sean Penn. The fact that neither one of them is in jail or dead for expressing their passionate political views is very comforting. Let's just hope neither guy ever becomes president.
If you're a close-minded conservative or an open-minded liberal, then give this book a try. However, if you're an Islamic lesbian Barbara Streisand fan of French heritage, you probably won't enjoy Mr. Daniel's take on "The Flag".
If he cracked open a history book instead of his mouth... Apr 17, 2004
One sentence from this book will suffice to show the author's grasp of history: "The French are afraid of their own shadow. The only war they ever won was the French Revolution, and that was only because they were fighting themselves." What about the Hundred Years War, Mr. Daniels? What about the Thirty Years War? Not a resounding triumph, but settled on French terms. What about World War I? Yes, they took a lot of unnecessary casualties in that war. Dirty little secret, Mr. Daniels: so did we. You wanna dwell on World War II? Sure, the French got their butts whipped. They still did much better than we would have done, had we had to fight Hitler on land in 1940. It's deeply ironic that Daniels has morphed into the kind of back country ignoramus that he satirized in "The Ballad of the Uneasy Rider."
More than a singer a man of common sense Apr 15, 2004
Patriotism is great love for your country and no one has exemplified this more than Charlie Daniels. With songs like "In America" and now with this book Charlie Daniels is a true American and his book is one of the best I have read in quite some time.
Ain't No Rag is more than a simple tale of how this great nation has become and what freedom means and what it costs. Ain't No Rag is the personification of what every American should strive for.
Daniels pulls no punches and stops the "political correctness" in every page of every chapter. Daniels takes on the "Elite Left" wing, Hollywood, and all those who bash the president. Daniels gives praise to those who deserve it and respect to those who serve this country.
If you want a good old fashion helping of common sense and sensibility than get a hold of this book quickly. Regardless if political persuasion, with an open mind everyone should find this interesting if not enlightening.