Liberals always seem to turn on people at the drop of a dime.
They all act like a bunch of children who are going to melt the first time someone calls them a name. It’s kinda ridiculous. Also, people planning an event need to remember what they are getting when they seek someone out for an event.
If I were to hire Christopher Lloyd for an event of some kind there stands to reason that there might be a lot of Back to the Future fans that would show up. Also, when you hire Kid Rock for a parade, make sure that you listen to one or two of his songs so you get an idea of what you are hiring here.
Also, people need to understand a person’s whole public and private self when weighting whether or not someone is a good idea or a bad idea. There are people that do good things just to do them and not all the time do they publicize it.
It’s good though that they to get press on some of these because it shows just how much good there really is in the world.
Last week, the conservative rocker was the target of liberals when he (accurately) used the “b” word to describe “The View” host, Joy Behar, during a live Fox and Friends segment where he was discussing the opening of his new Nashville, TN restaurant with Fox and Friends host Steve Doocey. Doocey went out of his way to apologize for Rock’s comment. Kid Rock also apologized, but that wasn’t enough for the left, Nashville parade organizers immediately withdrew their invitation for Kid Rock to be their grand marshal.
On his Facebook post, Kid Rock told his fans that the parade wasn’t about him but “about the kids and the wonderful work they do at Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital”:
Well folks, it is official…My parade has been rained on!
But in the end, it is not about me. It is about the kids and the wonderful work they do at Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital.
Either way, myself, family and especially my granddaughter, are gonna enjoy today.
Sending well wishes for a break in the rain and a successful parade.
But remember…Rock n Roll Never Forgets!!
Robert Ritchie / Kid Rock
This week, according to WBIR, the musician gave the 3458 Dickerson Pike store about $81,000 to pay down all of the accounts, said Tom Meyer, the store’s manager.
“Kudos to Kid Rock for making such a gesture in our community,” Meyer said. “I think that’s a pretty Nashville proud moment.”
Meyer said Kid Rock called the store on Friday morning, explaining that he wanted to spread some good cheer by paying down the balances. Kid Rock’s manager later came into the store to make the big payment.
It was a shocking, cool moment for Meyer, he said. And it has been an awesome experience letting customers know their accounts have been paid off. The items on layaway are likely Christmas gifts since the store only offers the program during the holiday season, Meyer said.