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This is an experiment. I was working on this music and suddenly got the idea to use a powerful speech written by U.S. Senator Robert Byrd about abuse of power and the war in Iraq. I sing/speak the speech verbatim. It's a relentless building jam, a speech performed as rock and roll. It's an experiment in combining a complete speech with musical performance.

The bass was played on my guitar and tuned down. I used Jam Pack 4 instruments towards the end.
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Words written by Sen. Robert Byrd, 2004

WASHINGTON -- The Constitution of the United States of America is sheer genius captured on parchment. The delicate balance of authority -- the system of checks and balances and separation of powers -- has served as the foundation for our liberties, providing for the flexibility needed to accommodate two centuries of change and growth while also inspiring people around the world to strive for liberty.

The Constitution is designed, as Chief Justice John Marshall observed, "to endure for ages to come." But our national charter is being threatened as never before by reckless disregard for its wisdom.

Especially since Sept. 11, 2001, I have viewed with increasing alarm the erosion of the people's liberties at the hand of an overreaching executive and a less than vigilant Congress. This White House wraps itself in the garb of patriotism while running roughshod over the very ideals for which the first American patriots sacrificed. A concentrated, manipulative and ruthless grasp for power by an arrogant executive which eschews the need to answer questions, seek counsel or build consensus is a dangerous phenomenon, especially in these troubled times.

This Bush administration preys on fear, twists the truth and relies on extreme secrecy in an unprecedented display of contempt for the American people.

Let President Bush speak for himself. "I'm the commander," he told journalist Bob Woodward for the book, Bush at War. "See, I don't need to explain -- I do not need to explain why I say things. That's the interesting thing about being the president. Maybe somebody needs to explain to me why they say something, but I don't feel like I owe anybody an explanation."

In this country, the people are sovereign. The first three words of the preamble to the Constitution are "We the people." The people are always owed an explanation by those who serve them. For any public servant to believe otherwise is arrogant in the extreme and can be costly at home and abroad.

Consider the cornerstone of Mr. Bush's foreign policy -- the doctrine of pre-emption, the first-strike war. This doctrine is unconstitutional. It cuts the people's representatives -- the Congress -- completely out of decisions to send Americans to fight and die.

Look to Iraq, the first testing ground for this radical doctrine. America is not safer because of Mr. Bush's war.

Instead, we have forged a cauldron of contempt for America, a dangerous brew that may have poisoned efforts at peace throughout the Middle East and, indeed, the world, while giving rise to generations of young people who now hate America for its aggression and for shameful debacles like the horrors at Abu Ghraib. We have squandered the goodwill of the world. Such has been the price of the Bush doctrine of pre-emption.

A weak Congress buckled in its vote to authorize force in Iraq. The country was misled by an administration that waved the bloody shirt of 9/11 then subtly shifted the blame to Saddam Hussein, despite the fact that there exists no demonstrable link between the two.

The White House propaganda machine convinced the country and Congress that it was unpatriotic to question the president; that it was damaging to our troops to question the war; and that it now serves no purpose to rehash the events that took us to war. But we must learn from an examination of the sad mistakes that have been made. Nearly 1,000 Americans have died in Iraq. No president must ever again be granted such license with our troops and our treasure.

Each generation of Americans has the responsibility to renew the framer's legacy, and to make this nation shine as a lasting beacon of hope for the world. "Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty." We must reacquaint ourselves with the Constitution and forge new links with our history. Congress must reinvigorate its defense of the people's liberties. Amid the sound and fury of election-year politics, all of us must take a long, hard look at the kind of country we want to leave to our children.
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SlimGirlFat said 4457 days ago (July 11th, 2005)
Woooo
Good strong vocals and melody from you..
I don't really have anything on my political agenda, but
Peter, this is really a fabulous track..
Great concept.


Slimmie


jgurner said 4457 days ago (July 11th, 2005)
a good song and a good speech...
...have much in common, a good rhythm, great words, a
smooth flow, memorable hooks. Reading your
introduction, it sounded like an interesting experiment
and looking at the length of the speech it looked like it
would be a challenge. I think it works pretty well. Just
from a listening standpoint, you have an interesting and
steady background going. You've got some great guitar
going on in the background. It keeps the tune and the
speech going without distracting from the message. (BTW,
the tuned-down guitar for the bass sounds excellent. Nice
and gritty.) The way you use your voice also helps keeps it
interesting. You seem almost to be a vocal chamelon at
times, sounding one minte Dylanesque and then like the
good ole boy politician that is the good Senator Byrd.

Now for the politics....

The irony that Roberts Byrd is one of the forces behind the
more liberal forces is one that is not lost on me. And while
his past is fair game, just like the past of any politician is,
it's funny how you can have a Republican that can "change
their ways" (Bush I from a moderate, pro-choice
Republican to an anti-choice right-wing attack dog under
Regean), the same luxury is not afforded to the opposing
party.

I think the real problem the Republicans have with Byrd is
that he is elequent and an excellent, experienced speech
maker. He can make speeches like this and still go out
and get the votes of those who you wouldn't think would
vote for someone considered one of the most liberal
Senators in Washington.

The speech is an excellent one. You had great source
material to begin with. I love the tune. I've downloaded it
and am going to pass it around to my friends (including a
few neo-cons.) But I have to admit, when I hear a speech
like this, it reminds me just how pissed off I am at where
this country has been taken by a small group of people
who can't even get into office without cheating and lots of
friends in high places. Too many people have died, and
not just Americans. Too many people are suffering from
an increasingly iron-fisted U.S. government that is
interested more in furthering the financial interests of the
few and the rich than really working to make the average
everyday citizen more safe and secure....

Okay, I'm going to stop now before I really go off on a
rant.

This is really a great one, Peter. Thanks for posting it.
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Peter Greenstone said 4457 days ago (July 11th, 2005)
a good song and a good speech...
Thanks for the comments and thoughts, jgurner. I'm totally with you. For me
music has been my new found way to express myself, having lost all words and
reserve sanity to react to the unending flow of politiacal obscenity and bold
faced tyranny flowing from the Bush administration. I didn't pace myself well
and reached the point of exploding head long ago, leaving me nowhere to go,
jaw to the ground, head in a constant spin, tears dried up. So music has given
me new energy to fight back, to resist artistically.

Senator Byrd's words are mighty. No one talks like him anymore. I hope I did
his words justice.
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Slotogenic said 4457 days ago (July 11th, 2005)
Representin'
Great concept. You vocal style kinda reminds me of Arlo Guthrie in a way. That was a great speech given by Byrd and it's nice to hear a political song that isn't pro war these days.
Peter Greenstone said 4456 days ago (July 11th, 2005)
Representin'
Thanks, ewbacca.
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Tom Atwood said 4456 days ago (July 11th, 2005)
An experiment worth attempting
and so far, Peter, you seem to be getting some positive
response to this excellent idea. Genius in a way. Thanks
for the preview. Thanks for a new form of rock n roll. My
fear was that in this short-attention-span world this
speech (and piece) might seem too long. But I could be
wrong? Excellent work.
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Peter Greenstone said 4456 days ago (July 11th, 2005)
An experiment worth attempting
Thanks, Tom. I look at it more from the speech perspective rather than the
song perspective as far as attention spans go, meaning I look at it as a rendition
of a long speech that is in a format that may make it easier for those with the
short attention spans to listen through all the way. True, at 9 minutes it may be
too long to hold the interests of some people but I think it may have more
success with such people than just reading it or even watching Sentator Byrd
deliver it on C-Span. Personally, I really enjoy watching the old guy in action on
the Senate floor.

I'm glad you liked this. It was rather spontaneous.
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Rebsie said 4456 days ago (July 11th, 2005)
Good grief!
You are a genius, Peter.

This has an amazingly lively sound ... really punchy, and
yet every instrument stands out on its own ... it's
beautifully balanced. And your singing is just
unbelievable. Your voice is naturally a delight to listen to,
just for the gorgeous tone of it, but I'm astonished at the
range of things you can do with it these days. You make
the words so powerful, technically and emotionally. You
are a truly exceptional singer.

And you already know I agree with your politics.
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Peter Greenstone said 4456 days ago (July 12th, 2005)
Good grief!
Thanks, Rebs. Always kind words.
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rovert10 said 4456 days ago (July 11th, 2005)
Scorching
Translated the text to music brilliantly, fantastic gutsy
backing. Tough and relevant. Immediate DL.
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Peter Greenstone said 4456 days ago (July 12th, 2005)
Scorching
Thanks, rovert10. Byrd's words (heh, sounds kind of funny)... Byrd's words from
last year are still just as relevant today. Only more people have died, more lies
have been told, and more Presidential Medals of Freedom have been given out.
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said 4456 days ago (July 11th, 2005)
Another amazingly...
well done musical production. You pulled off an
incredible feat by merging a rather cynical speech
wrapped in high sounding rhertoric with an absolutely
great performance. Kudos again to you, a very
accomplished artist. 8-9-8-8

Jack
Peter Greenstone said 4456 days ago (July 12th, 2005)
Another amazingly...
Thanks, Jack.
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_nderscore said 4456 days ago (July 11th, 2005)
brilliant, peter
i had never heard this speech, but sen. byrd sums it all up
perfectly for me. great backing & commitment of the words
to music. superb job at keeping interest thru such a lengthy
piece. get this out there.. send to sen. byrd, jon stewart, al
franken, etc. you have made this even more powerful

i loved the bass (or whatever you did to your poor guitar)
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Peter Greenstone said 4456 days ago (July 12th, 2005)
brilliant, peter
Thanks, _nder. I'm glad that it hold interest the whole way even though it is so
long and so simple melodically. I'll send a copy to Sen. Byrd and the folks at Air
America. I'm sure they all get gigs of email every week so they may not even
notice, but I'll give it a shot.
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mandolinquent said 4456 days ago (July 12th, 2005)
"a new form of rock n roll"
I agree with atwood1956 here; the way you've done this it
sounds like such a blindingly obvious thing to do - this
wordy rock and roll. Rock and roll isn't usually a
particulary wordy medium compared to hip hop, but this
really works.It makes you wonder why it's never been
done... at least as far as I know. Of course that's a lot to
do with how you've done it; your delivery is brilliant. You
add a real rock sentiment to this speech; the words are
already furious. You add a wonderfully scathing rock
sentiment to that. Really original; really great.
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Peter Greenstone said 4455 days ago (July 12th, 2005)
"a new form of rock n roll"
Thanks, Mando. Yeah, rock lyrics usually come only in small blurts, and when
they are wordy they don't usually go on for nine minutes. It's an interesting
challenge to read words like this that were never intended to be lyrical and to
read them verbatim, no cherrypicking. Senator Byrd has a great way of words,
speaking much more like people did long ago. It was great material. I found
some parts that rolled off the tongue like they were written for song. Probably
with more practice I could find more.
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Chris Osborne said 4456 days ago (July 12th, 2005)
good speach
song so so. waited waited and waited some more for the
Rock change the genre! it doesnt fit.
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Peter Greenstone said 4453 days ago (July 14th, 2005)
good speach(sic) - that's "speech"
Uh, how is this not rock? I can handle a valid critique but I suspect that is just
meant as an insult. What genre would you suggest?
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2XS said 4456 days ago (July 12th, 2005)
effin' brilliant
Way to go, mate. Long song but not boring in anyway.
TobinMueller said 4456 days ago (July 12th, 2005)
Politics and Rock mix well
I dig the idea. Your voice is so cool, has such a great
edge, that it can almost carry this off. It reminds me so
much of Kevin Gilbert, who I miss, and I love to revisit his
ghost thru you. In my ears, however, it is way too long
without enough variation breakouts, groove changes or
musical connections to the text; sections that highlight
certain phrases with musical changes would have helped
me follow the meanings better; I'd have liked more sung
spots, too. That being said, I still applaud the concept
and your experiment. I dig the organ, the build, which was
almost like a CSNY live jam. (My favorite thing like this is
"It Better End Soon" (Chicago II), which is a different kind
of political essay (where, unlike this, most of what is said
is instrumental) that works for me on all levels.)
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Peter Greenstone said 4456 days ago (July 12th, 2005)
Politics and Rock mix well
Thanks Tobin. I understand what you mean about the absence of breaks or
significant variations. I think if I spent more time on it and came up with more
changes, breaks, and lyrically influenced injections that this could be better. At
the time I wanted to focus on the words and their delivery and I just wanted the
backing music to be relentless. For the most part I think it works and I wouldn't
want to venture too far off that mark. Because I wanted to keep the vocals
pretty much verbatim to Sen. Byrd's speech it didn't allow me any obvious
structure to build changes around. Not that it couldn't be done. It's the sort of
thing that might be easier to pull off with a band of musicians who were really
tight together.
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Sil-VER said 4456 days ago (July 12th, 2005)
Rocks!
I like so much the sound of guitar! Your voice too... :)
This is ROCKS!
Silver
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Stun Nutz said 4456 days ago (July 12th, 2005)
Good concept...
good speech...is that yet another type of voice of
yours? You are like a cartoon voice artist! Very
versatile. Anyway, I found your voice to work in a lot
of ways, but at times it seemed a little like a parody
of that style of singing. The song kept me
interested, but I agree with some others... it needed
a little more variation, especially due to the length of
the song. I did like the overall sound that you have
created...good production...
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Peter Greenstone said 4455 days ago (July 12th, 2005)
Good concept...
Thanks, Mr Nutz, for the good critical comments. It helps. I responded to
Tobin's comment regarding the music needing more breaks and variation.
Check it out. I may go back to it and work in some of that stuff. I just have to
get in the mood to do some work. I think, with some real effort (more than just
a few hours) I could address your's and Tobin's critical issues with the music and
probably find that it's a lot better for it. Just a matter of taking the time.
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bronco said 4456 days ago (July 12th, 2005)
Too late
for me to say anything that hasn't been said. Great idea,
love the speech, you do a good job with the arrangement.
It would have been too long without the words there but
being able to read along as the song progressed kept my
attention.

As for Robert Byrd and his past - there are those that see
evil and walk away from it and go on with their lives.
There are also those who create evil and smirk at all those
who despair. One guess as to who that might be.

This makes me want to run to my guitar and write a
fantastic anthem that will make truth self evident as the
document says. Unfortunately I don't think I have that
ability.

As Byrd says each generation must renew our
Constitution. We have failed miserably because of fear,
greed and ignorance. I think you should have to take a
test on the Constitution before you are allowed to vote.
Maybe then people would understand the way things are
supposed to be and then again the way things are.
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Peter Greenstone said 4455 days ago (July 13th, 2005)
Too late
Thanks, Bronco. Well said as usual.
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aclarke said 4455 days ago (July 12th, 2005)
Simply
one of the most creative and original works of art I have
seen or heard. More importantly, it made me think more
of politics (which I mostly ignore) and the freedoms and
liberties we take for granted. Outstanding!
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Peter Greenstone said 4455 days ago (July 13th, 2005)
Simply
Thanks, AC. I'm glad you liked it so much artistically, and I'm particularly happy
that it also had the effect of getting you thinking about the issues in a fresh way.
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said 4455 days ago (July 13th, 2005)
Powerful, to say the least
Quite long, but a statement for the people who would
perhaps never read this bit. You have delivered it with an
original approach that would make young voters more
aware of our government. It could be used in classrooms,
to express in a fashion that would maintain interest, and
retention. performance and vocals are top-notch!. Do you
ever sleep?
Peter Greenstone said 4455 days ago (July 13th, 2005)
Powerful, to say the least
Thanks, Alimar. Y'know a couple months ago I saw something in the news
about these cd's of music written to help students study and retain information
in preparation for the SAT tests. It seems rather absurd but I could see how it
could help. Hell, we all remember Jenny's number. 867-5309
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JOAN said 4452 days ago (July 16th, 2005)
Love It!!!!
Excellent message... slowly it seems Americans are waking up to the scam!!! Production and vocal are perfect!!! Nice job pgreenstone!!!
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Peter Greenstone said 4448 days ago (July 20th, 2005)
Love It!!!!
Thanks, Joan. Your raw, heavy sound is an inspiration.
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said 4451 days ago (July 16th, 2005)
Awsome.
Love it.
Well done.
irocc said 4450 days ago (July 17th, 2005)
idea
if you can get the archive of him saying this, woud
you consider mixing it with Sen. Byrd actually being
the singer?
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alley-oop said 4450 days ago (July 18th, 2005)
We the people
Music, and the youth of America's love for music got us
the hell out of Viet Nam. Maybe anit-war songs
homegrown here at MacJams can start the new revolution.
I'm right behind you Peter. Peace out... no war.
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Ed Hannifin said 4449 days ago (July 18th, 2005)
Where do I go...
...to fave and d/l Senator Byrd?...

I'm on both sides of this thing. Love the speech. Love the
sentiments. It's long as a song, but as a speech it sums it
all up eloquently and concisely...There it all is, right
there...statements of fact coupled to statements of
principle...how did I miss this?...

I love the intensity of the vocals, but there's a piece of
your range where you get a little Arlo Guthrie...which I
LIKE, in other contexts...I want something that conveys
the enormous truth and gravity of what this man is
saying...

Great guitar, bass and groove. Nothing else like it, either.
Gotta go print out your libretto.

Ed
Peter Greenstone said 4448 days ago (July 20th, 2005)
Where do I go...
Thanks, Ejh and all of the rest of you for listening and for all the comments. I
wasn't sure I was even going to post this one at first. I'm glad it's gone over so
well.
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Lugosi said 4447 days ago (July 20th, 2005)
Excellent
Really like this - the speech is excellent, and I like the
concept of putting the whole thing to music. I was torn for
a bit - I thought maybe you should have taken excerpts,
rather than the whole thing. But actually now I think not -
I like the way you used the lot.

Byrd's speech is well suited to this: look how it rhymes at
times. For example check out the line "The country was
misled by an administration / that waved the bloody shirt
of 9/11 / then subtly shifted the blame / to Saddam
Hussein". Or "Each generation of Americans has the
responsibility / to renew the framer's legacy". Differen
but still relevant - look at the commonality between the
structure of these two sentences too: "Consider the
cornerstone of Mr. Bush's foreign policy -- the doctrine of
pre-emption, the first-strike war. ... It cuts the people's
representatives -- the Congress -- completely out of
decisions to send Americans to fight and die."

In terms of the song itself, I do think it could use a bit
more variety to the music, to keep it alive, and to
emphasise the text. If I was doing this, I think I'd lay down
a very basic (temporary) backing track first, then get the
speech right. Once I'd done that, and was very familiar
with the speech, and happy with and familiar with how I'd
performed it, I'd go back to the music and PLAY the
speech - if you see what I mean - actually try to make the
music mirror what the text is saying. I'd want to do it
again and again until I felt I was delivering the speech
through the guitar. That's doesn't necessarily require
fretboard wizardry (something I'd struggle with!) - use of
rhythm/volume/texture, layering of instruments would
deliver.

You repeat some phrases at times, and I think you are
right to do that. There are some lines that really jump out
("an unprecedented display of contempt for the American
people.", America is not safer because of Mr. Bush's war.",
The White House propaganda machine", "the kind of
country we want to leave to our children", etc, and of
course the Bush quotes). I'd definitely make the most of
these as you've been doing, and again make the music
marry up to them.

I think I heard some crowd noise in there. Did you
consider dropping any other voice samples in there (e.g.
Bush or something less obvious but directly relevant)? Just
something I'd probably play around with. Also did you
consider sampling the original recording of the speech (if
it was ever delivered as a speech??) I think that might
sound pretty good, though granted you can do more with
your own delivery. Even sampling your own reading of it
might sound good (i.e. when you repeat lines).

Anyhow those were just some thoughts - what you've
done is already cool - and going on my ipod, thanks! I'll
have to check out your other stuff.

All the best.
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Peter Greenstone said 4447 days ago (July 21st, 2005)
Excellent
Thanks, Lugosi. You make some great suggestions and observations. This was
done pretty quickly and my impatience at the time made me keep it a lot more
simple. But I think that if I were to take the time to revisit this and do as you
and some others have suggested that this could be quite a lot better. I can hear
it in my head now. I just need to find the energy to do the work.

Sen, Byrd does have a great way with words, and while this speech was not
intended to be lyrical its style is somewhat lyrical. He picks his words very
thoughtfully, almost like a sermon.
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Lugosi said 4447 days ago (July 21st, 2005)
Excellent
No probs, and yeah the sermon analogy is a good one.

Hey if you fancy collaborating on anything like this in the future I'd be up for it!
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schroter said 4447 days ago (July 21st, 2005)
Dude!
That was great to listen to. Whether I agree with the
politics or not, it is a point well-delivered and perfectly
spoken. Your voice! - you could have been reading me
instructions on how to set up my TiVo and I'd be
interested. Seriously brilliant stuff.
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ScooterDMan said 4446 days ago (July 22nd, 2005)
this song makes we wanna get up and say...
yea!
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ka-klick said 4347 days ago (October 29th, 2005)
Damn Fine
Very skilled delivery of tricky non-rhymed material - this thing rocks.
Good on ya.
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meatsoda said 4206 days ago (March 19th, 2006)
Fantastic Concept
Incredible job turning a well-written pol speech into an art piece. It's like
Maya Angelou reading her own poetry at Clinton's inaugeration.
Absolutely stunning and courageous performance.
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Peter Greenstone said 4206 days ago (March 19th, 2006)
Fantastic Concept
Thanks, meat. The Senator's words are just as meaningful today as they were
just a couple of years ago.

I guess you really laid on the post button hard. hehe. Sometimes there is a
delay. Be patient. hehe

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meatsoda said 4206 days ago (March 19th, 2006)
Fantastic Concept
Incredible job turning a well-written pol speech into an art piece. It's like
Maya Angelou reading her own poetry at Clinton's inaugeration.
Absolutely stunning and courageous performance.
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said 3854 days ago (March 6th, 2007)
SO SAD
& SO GOOD 20-20-20-20 ThankYou for sharing
Outtaorbit said 3077 days ago (April 21st, 2009)
Get right with it.....
nicely done.....
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