Heh! Kid Rock To Sharpton Group Demanding He Quits Using Rebel Flag — “Kiss My Azz”!!!!

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Well, I’m no fan of his rap stuff, but, he has had other good songs. 

I really don’t think those lunatics are going to be able to bully Kid Rock into doing anything. 

VIDEO: Kid Rock Has EPIC 3-Word Response to Al Sharpton Group Demanding He Remove Rebel Flag

Kid Rock has recently come under fire for his use of the Confederate Battle flag during his performances. This is another part of the liberal purge of anything they deem offensive.

Kid Rock has done a tremendous amount of work for his home town of Detroit. He has done far more than Al Sharpton or any of the other people crying about how terrible he is, yet they all want to criticize him because of a flag.

In response to those demanding that he denounce the Confederate flag, Kid Rock was his usual demure self.

“Kiss my ***,” he said.

“Please tell the people who are protesting to kiss my ***,” was his full statement on the matter to Fox News Channel’s Megyn Kelly.

Liberal arguments that Kid Rock is some sort of racist further collapsed when they were made aware of his African American son, Bobby Jr (H/T TPNN).

Maybe Kid Rock just likes the flag and views it as a piece of history. Maybe he just likes the colors. Given his personal style and previous statements he’s made, chances are best that he simply sees it as symbolic of his own rebel attitude.

Regardless, he definitely isn’t using it to call for mass genocide as some would suggest.

Well, for that, let’s hear some of Kid Rocks music!

 

Here’s his latest to chart ……

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6 Responses to Heh! Kid Rock To Sharpton Group Demanding He Quits Using Rebel Flag — “Kiss My Azz”!!!!

  1. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    A picture is a thousand words.

    From here: The Week in Pictures: Greeced Skids Edition

  2. gator69 says:

    To many, the Confederate Battle Flag simply represents rebellion, and I would guess that would apply to the likes of Kid Rock. Rebellion is what made America a free country, and it is a foundational principle of America.

  3. gator69 says:

    The Redwood Country Flea Market is a popular destination for shoppers in Wallingford, Connecticut, but the scene there last weekend attracted the kind of attention that merchants rarely enjoy.

    Turns out a shopper noticed Confederate and Nazi merchandise for sale at a table, became upset and made a complaint to police, Chief William Wright told the Record-Journal.

    Police were dispatched to the scene and confirmed the items were for sale, but the man who complained — who the Record-Journal said is Jewish — was told that nothing could be done since the items were on private property.

    “It’s not criminally illegal, but obviously it offended this person,” Wright told the paper. “It causes some people a sense of being uncomfortable. Certainly the owner could preclude this merchandise.”

    The man who made the complaint wanted to remain anonymous over fear of local backlash but told the Record-Journal that he was “shaking and almost vomiting” and then he “had to run.”

    He told the paper that his grandmother “had numbers,” referring to how Nazis marked Jews in concentration camps.

    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2015/07/13/upset-by-confederate-and-nazi-items-for-sale-at-flea-market-shopper-gets-police-involved/?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_term=Firewire&utm_campaign=Firewire%20-%20HORIZON%207-13-15%20Build-MON

    When I lived in Germany, we used to take metal detectors around the post looking for artifacts from when it had been a Panzer Kaserne during WWII. None of us were fans of Nazis or their ideology, but we were interested in history and collectibles. We found tons of old coins with the swastika, medals, and even one sterling silver SS ring.

    I just don’t understand how people get offended by historic objects. And I also don’t understand why some people get offended by a Nazi flag, but not a Che Guevara t-shirt. The flag is historic and done, but a Che shirt is all about promoting a legacy.

    • DirkH says:

      Just now, a German company called spreadshirt.de that prints user designs refused to print PEGIDA shirts for ethical reasons. So I , and a ton of other people, went there and simply typed “Che” into the searchbox… and lo and behold, a beautiful Che wielding a chainsaw. Their ethics code on their website say they care for people, so designs that endorse violence are not allowed.

      Because, when the Left does it, it’s ironic, art, and jolly good fun.

      I notified them of their hypocrisy.

  4. gator69 says:

    CHICAGO (WLS) — Her car damaged, her nerves shaken, the victim of an alleged group attack near the University of Chicago campus spoke exclusively with ABC7 Eyewitness News.

    Police say two people were arrested and charged, but Susan Pedersen says several dozen people were involved in the attack that left her two children covered in broken glass. They were in the back seat of the vehicle, which was left dented with the rear glass shattered.

    “I’m very scared, very anxious, nervous. Just fearful,” she said.

    Broken glass littered the pavement at 60th and King Drive across from Washington Park, where the attack took place around 9 p.m. Thursday night. Pedersen says she had just dropped off a friend at the University of Chicago when she stopped at a red light and found her car surrounded by several dozen young people.

    “They were walking around both sides of the vehicle – in the front, in the back – and as they were walking across, they were hitting my car, using racial slurs and telling me that I didn’t belong in their neighborhood because I was white,” Pedersen said.

    The group, all African-American, she says, kicked the vehicle and shook it violently. Her children were screaming from the back of the vehicle.

    Pedersen said one person was on a bicycle, which the group used it as a battering ram to shatter the back window. The broken glass left cuts on her 3-year-old son, Benjamin.

    Pedersen said a police car, which happened to be nearby, arrived and the group scattered.

    Two juveniles were arrested, police said. They were charged with misdemeanor criminal damage to property.

    Pedersen says the crime damaged more than her property. She would like more serious charges filed.

    “This is something that’s going to stay with me for the rest of my life,” she said.

    http://abc7chicago.com/news/abc7-exclusive-woman-allegedly-attacked-by-group-near-uofc-campus/841913/

    No mention of a flag? Odd.

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