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Posted: 4/4/2001 6:00:07 PM EST
I posted this on the "favorite gun song" thread, but figured it deserved it's own. Check out their website at:
[url]http://www.pokerface.com[/url]

Or at least listen to the song, you won't regret it:

[b]Poker Face[/b] [i]Rather Die Than Be Your Slave[/i]
[url]http://www.pokerface.com/pfr.ram[/url]


I do not wish this life to pass away
But life presents such possibilities - each and every day
I heard a calling that was right for me
I prayed for strength for what's ahead of me
Please show me the way

The sun rose high and burnt the night away
Who stood before me was my enemy - don't tread on me
He's come to take away my liberties
I'd rather die than be a slave to thee - don't treat me this way

I'd rather die than be your slave
I will survive, and you'll feel my rage
It's not a question of being brave
I'd rather die, than be your slave

It didn't matter who shot first that day
They killed my brothers, they lay dead by me - I'm covered in their blood
We hit them hard, we made them pay that day
We hung the traitors from the highest trees - no mercy from me

We lost a lot, our pain was heavy
We sacrificed for GOD and country - no more colony
Still held the ground that was in front of me
The was our price to pay for liberty - still you hear me say

I'd rather die than be your slave
I will survive, and you'll feel my rage
It's not a question of being brave
I'd rather die, than be your slave

Much time has past, we repeat history
Our toys have changed while man has stayed the same - evil in his ways
Tribal families rule not over me
I will not let them rape my liberties - we'll die for them today

I'd rather die than be your slave
I will survive, and you'll feel my rage
It's not a question of being brave
I'd rather die, than be your slave
Link Posted: 4/4/2001 6:05:24 PM EST
[#1]
Pokerface is a great gun supporting group.  I have seen them twice in DC. Once at the SAS counter-march last year and again at the march for Liberty. They perform for free supporting your gun rights. Support them if you can.

A few pics of them here:
[url]http://www.marchforliberty.org/mfl2report.htm[/url]

A pic of me and my wife there too can you guess which one?
Link Posted: 4/4/2001 6:07:34 PM EST
[#2]
I saw them at the first MFL in 1999 and at the First Freedom in the Valley Rally last fall, and in NYC a few weeks back. They're always great! I'm trying to get them a few gigs up here in CT. We'll see how it goes.
Link Posted: 4/4/2001 6:55:55 PM EST
[#3]
btt
Link Posted: 4/5/2001 5:30:41 AM EST
[#4]
btt
Link Posted: 4/5/2001 5:42:14 AM EST
[#5]
Quoted:
A few pics of them here:
[url]http://www.marchforliberty.org/mfl2report.htm[/url]

A pic of me and my wife there too can you guess which one?
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I give up. Which one?

I'm disappointed that the MFL banner we made for 1999 wasn't there again in 2000. Did Joanie-F not show up? She brought it home with her and was charged with returning with it every year. [:)]
Link Posted: 4/5/2001 6:01:32 AM EST
[#6]
7th group down on the right, center TRT t-shirts. Anyway I'm not sure if she was there or not.  I'm very bad at remembering names.  There were a few women speakers there though. Was windy and cool so I think that hurt it some besides the fact that I really hate going into DC.  While the pics don't show it it was very windy and she may have had trouble getting up the banner as we had a heck of a time getting the RKBA banner to stay up (large).
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