I had quite a number of questions that I didn't move the marker on, and I think only had a far left or far right response (physically on the line) to 2-3 questions.
I feel this test has a rather implicit bias written into it...
The name "Real America" and the description of "Just America" does suggest that.
Words have power, to weave them into the minds of masses is to have the power of the gods...the influence of mortal minds and souls...
Lee Greenwood is the only one of those songs I can't stand. I don't have anything against traditional patriotic melodies but I can't help but associate that song with freedom fries and various other kinds of Dubya-era idiocy because that was the first time I started hearing it. It's the musical equivalent of those dumb facebook posts some of my relatives make about the flag and how omigod I hope Facebook doesn't take this down. (Actually, in general, I like my holiday music traditional. It doesn't need "updating"; that's not the point and ultimately it always end up sounding not cutting edge but hokey and instantly dated because the point of a holiday isn't to be cutting edge.
Twisted Sister is a guilty pleasure of mine and I think Dee Snider is pretty far from a Trumper politically. Also, generally seems like he has a pretty good sense of self-awareness and humor, generally speaking. He let Pee-Wee Herman wreck his music video!
It was a regan era song. IT exemplifies the romantic notion of pulling one's self up by their boot straps in the only place in the world where you can be on the streets today with just your heteronormative family and nothing else, but because of the red white and blue pixie dust of the american free market*pause for applause* you can make it big tomorrow. Because America is the land of success. Where Anything can happen. Ronald Reagan you're my hero."