Archive for May, 2011

audio: boy to hero

Posted in military, music, war with tags , on May 29, 2011 by Word-Drum


This new song called “Boy To Ramadi” will be my post for Memorial Day. It’s about a hero from our ongoing fight with the boys from Islam.

Along with this generation’s warriors, always on my mind at this time, and throughout the year, is our Vietnam Vets and their fellow troops who did not come home. And the thousands who took their own life after returning to Liberal America where the cruelest people think themselves to be saints, and true selfless service was disregarded.

Click on the code below for a recording of the song.

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Boy To Ramadi>

Bike ride to the park
falling down, you skin your knee
Still afraid of the dark

Mom said: It will be alright. Mom said: It will be alright.

Played hard and lost
Growing up, you start to see
you'll catch the next one tossed

Dad said: It will be alright. Coach said: It will be alright.

Try so hard, you want to show them.
Fast become the man you wanna be.

Bootcamp was a hoot
Worked like a dog and slept like a log
Not hitting all you shoot

Sarge said: It will be alright. Sarge said: It will be alright.

One day you fly
across the world with brothers and friends
Some of them will die

Sarge said: It will be alright. Sarge said: It will be alright.

Carrying a heavy load, the
sun beats down, no way to cool
Worse is under the road

Sarge said: It will be alright. Sarge said: It will be alright.

The road explodes and drives you backwards
The sky is black, a hand is all you see.

Sarge said: It will be alright. Sarge said: It will be alright.

The black starts to bright
Heaven comes after the pain
Walking into the light

God said: It will be alright. God said: It will be alright.

Looking down on your boy
He rides his bike and starts to cry
Dad's better than any toy

Mom said: It will be alright. Mom said: It will be alright.

Fight or die, or both, no option
Less would leave us all overrun.

Call you hero, you are remembered
Time stops tears. Cheers for the battles won…

and freedom under the sun.

audio: new song from the drum

Posted in audio, music, politics on May 23, 2011 by Word-Drum


He’s a lonely jihadi and longs for his day of murder and mayhem.

Here’s a demo of a new little blues tune (called for now): “KTJB” (Kill The Jews Blues). Made specially for Word-Drum readers who will appreciate the mild humor and hint of country blues feeling in the song.

I humbly offer it (after the remix) to the next Republican candidate for President. The subject is not one of Obama’s issues. It should be one of ours.

Kill The Jews Blues>

voices in the night

Posted in military, radio with tags on May 18, 2011 by Word-Drum

Caller to the radio show Coast to Coast:

“In 2004, a ghost (the first causality in Operation Iraqi Freedom) inhabited me. He was killed in an accident while loading a C-130 cargo plane.”

“The Spirit took me to the battlefield where US Troops were waiting for the invasion of Iraq. I was among his unit as we tested and retested our gasmasks and protective clothing. We were expecting a chemical or biological attack from Saddam.”

George: “You mean you were one of the troops?”

Caller: “Yes”

George: “Are you in the Service, or are you a Veteran?”

Caller: “No. I’m an Conceptual Artist. And before this happened, I always opposed US military action of any kind, like everyone in Soho.”

“But this time was different.”

“I had helped raise money for for Amnesty International. They had documented much of the horror of the Saddam Hussein regime. His ghosts also spoke to me.

My neighborhood was nearly destroyed in 9/11, and people I knew were incinerated that day. Saddam played a big role in the jihadist movement throughout the world, and his goal was to lead the Islamic Nation. All this justified his removal from power.”

George: “Your ghost, what happened to him?”

Caller: “He left me there with his unit. I hung around. It was boring most of the time. The men had trained well and now they could only wait. Finally they took off towards Baghdad. It all went smoothly until the unit met up with the dreaded fedayeen who were lying in wait.”

“Not a trained soldier, this was too much to handle (even though the large rifle rounds passed right through me). The last thing I saw was Private Rollins go down.”

“My spirit guide then spoke to me.”

Spirit: “You will leave us now. I must be with Rollins. We will be fine.”

Caller: “Why did you show me this?”

Spirit: “Do you think you can make some art from this experience?”

Caller: “Why?”

Spirit: “We are bored with American Culture. Both high and low.”

“The artists have let us down. We died to give you the space to create. I was not that special…only to my family. But near by me up here, is guy who saved many lives by his heroic actions. He gave his own life to save his fellow Navy Seals.”

“Why did he do it? For Reality TV and recycled Disco?”

George: “I like Disco. Maybe it wasn’t a ghost, it was an alien? I have one living in my attic. Thanks for calling, next we’ll speak to a woman who says she used to date an Orthodox Jew who claimed he was an alien. Her book ‘Matsah 51’ next.”

third world

Posted in audio, enviro-marxists, jazz music, news and politics with tags on May 11, 2011 by Word-Drum

A Prince in the Third World…
rather be poor over here
Osama was a Prince in the Third World…
but I’d rather be poor over here
When the Left make us a “green” nation
we’ll be happy if we can change our underwear

                                         Maestro please…


Herbie Nichols: piano
Al McKibbon: bass
Art Blakey: drums
Recorded on May 5, 1955

president puke and eric the red

Posted in 9/11, democrats, military, news and politics, obama era on May 6, 2011 by Word-Drum

Some of us still remember the dark days of the war in Iraq (around 2006 and 07). Every day our Troops were stabbed in the back by the Democrats and the rest of the Left. They tortured us with their accusations of torture.

Now they want us to rally behind the great jihadi killer Obama. Yet Holder goes ahead with his prosecutions of CIA interrogators, and will defend any terrorist we lay our hands on.

Wall Street Journal:

The Waterboarding Trail to bin Laden by Michael B. Mukasey

Former CIA Director Michael Hayden said that as late as 2006 fully half of the government’s knowledge about the structure and activities of al Qaeda came from harsh interrogations.

excerpt:

The current president ran for election on the promise to do away with them [enhanced interrogation techiques] even before he became aware, if he ever did, of what they were. Days after taking office he directed that the CIA interrogation program be done away with entirely, and that interrogation be limited to the techniques set forth in the Army Field Manual, a document designed for use by even the least experienced troops. It’s available on the Internet and used by terrorists as a training manual for resisting interrogation.

Continue…and they say KSM doesn’t like bugs

ubl goes to hell

Posted in 9/11, news and politics on May 2, 2011 by Word-Drum

CIA operation kills Osama bin Laden in Pakistan LA Times

      Statement by George W. Bush:

“Earlier this evening, President Obama called to inform me that American forces killed Osama bin Laden, the leader of the al Qaeda network that attacked America on September 11, 2001. I congratulated him and the men and women of our military and intelligence communities who devoted their lives to this mission. They have our everlasting gratitude. This momentous achievement marks a victory for America, for people who seek peace around the world, and for all those who lost loved ones on September 11, 2001. The fight against terror goes on, but tonight America has sent an unmistakable message: No matter how long it takes, justice will be done.”