🔥Smokin' Hot🔥 'Try That in a Small Town' Sparks Outrage
Country music singer Jason Aldean has angered some folks who deem his hit song, “Try That in a Small Town,” racist. I’m no country music fan, but I’m even less of a fan of those who continue to use race to attack some people’s character and keep other people wee-weed up. There’s no racist message in the lyrics to this smokin’ hot song, but there is a stone-cold serious one.
Some would say it’s the video-lyrics combo that oozes racism. I say the video reinforces the importance of what is being conveyed. Of course, it does; that’s the point. And yet, there’s no racism.
This is a song calling out the horror of people using unfortunate circumstances to burn down cities and businesses and, as the saying goes, “act a fool” under the guise of the right to protest. It’s saying try to do the elderly dirty in our neck of the woods, and you’ll run into people who ain’t having it. It’s a message to people who dishonor the American flag and attack our law enforcement. It’s a reminder to the government gun-grabbers that the Second Amendment is in full force, and they’re not surrendering their right to “keep and bear arms,” their means of protecting themselves and those they call “our own.”
Take a look and listen:
“Try That in a Small Town” is an explicit message of hometown values and what we used to call common sense but now, people want to call that racism because, you know, everything is racism. This is not a racist song; this is what manliness is supposed to look like—before we started encouraging boys and men to chop off their genitals. It’s how community members should feel about one another. It’s the melodic version of the much simpler, “I got your back.” Maybe in the city, folks pull out their cell phones and stand there recording someone getting jacked, but this is about those who do something, who step up and defend.
But, Adrienne, don’t you know where the video was filmed?
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