I stand before you today the representative of a family in grief, in a country in mourning before a world in shock.
Tony Fitzpatrick Liner Notes The word "immediate" best describes the atmosphere around the studio as this record was being made in the late spring of The Democrats, for their part, were carefully sometimes, in my opinion, too carefully trying to sort out how best to press the advantage.
Meanwhile, back here in Tennessee, me and my boys had a deadline to meet. The most important presidential election of our lifetime was less than seven months away and we desperately wanted to weigh in, both as artists and as citizens of a democracy.
All but two of these songs were recorded within 24 hours of the first line hitting the paper. We worked and hour days and in between takes and over meals we talked about the war, the election, baseball, and women, in precisely that order.
Maybe I am getting old. Democracy is hard work. American democracy requires constant vigilance to survive and nothing short of total engagement to flourish. By the time some of you hear these songs the election will be over.
Then the real struggle begins.
The day after the election, regardless of the outcome, the war will go on, outsourcing of our jobs will continue, and over a third of our citizens will have no health care coverage whatsoever.
And there always will be. It was designed to evolve, to live, and to breathe like the people that it governs.
It is, ingeniously, and perhaps conversely, resilient enough to change with the times in order to meet the challenges of its third century and rigid enough to preserve the ideals that inspired its original articles and amendments.
As long as we are willing to put in the work required to defend and nurture this remarkable invention of our forefathers, then I believe with all my heart that it will continue to thrive for generations to come.
Without our active participation, however, the future is far from certain. For without the lifeblood of the human spirit even the greatest documents produced by humankind are only words on paper or parchment, destined to yellow and crack and eventually crumble to dust.View Your Account; Today's e-Edition; Newsletters; Pay Your Bill; Report Delivery Issues; Temporary Stop/Restart; Insider; Member Guide; Help and Support; Sign Out.
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