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Uploaded by patriotchild on Jan 5, 2008
This is a song written in 1942. It was when Americans were still mad at Japan because of Pearl Harbor. Please do not take offense at this. Just disregard what is offensive. Remember the time it was made. I just want people to “Remember Pearl Harbor.” Enjoy.
The lyrics of this song reflect the anger which galvanized the country behind the President as he fought World War II. Now we are offended because the Japanese are now our friends. However, for a moment, it is interesting to be transported back to a time in our history when Americans were true patriots consumed with a passion for saving the world from total domination by the Axis powers. They would be shocked by our political times and the gridlock in Congress which was given birth by then Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich, known for being mean and unpleasant and self-promoting. Newt would be comfortable with singing this song…today! He is just that unsavory. [Apologies to my readers in Japan.]
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