Contemporary Christian Music Goes Tea Party

The title of Krista Branch’s song is “I Am America”.  How modest.

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  • Teege

    Overwrought much? So, who is she to be ‘America’? Who is she talking to? Who is she talking about? I know the answers- I get the code words- but I’m getting really tired of crap like this that stirs up and capitalizes on vague fears and misplaced anger toward some horrible ‘other’.

  • Godles Girl

    It sounds like a poem an angry teenager writes into her diary. I agree with Teege; this is just a vague, us-against-them, meaningless attempt at a Teabagger theme song.

    I wouldn’t be surprised if this is sung at churches in a few Sundays…

  • Daniel Fincke

    I wouldn’t be surprised if this is sung at churches in a few Sundays…