John Rich “Son of a Preacher Man”

John Rich excerpts from interview with Glenn Beck on Wednesday March 25, 2009.

Detroit emblematic of hard-working America.

John Rich grew up in a trailer park and son of a preacher.

He’s mad about jack-asses spending his tax money.

He wants to see everyone in the House and the Senate working for free.

How about car loans? If you fail your credit is wrecked.
But the governement can give $2 billion to AIG with no strings attached.

John Rich says government officials have no idea “what’s coming.”

John Rich is an American country music artist. From 1992 to 1998, he was a member of the country music band Lonestar, in which he played bass guitar and alternated with Richie McDonald as lead vocalist. After being fired from the band in 1998, Rich embarked on a solo career on BNA Records in the late 1990s. Eventually, he and Big Kenny formed the duo Big & Rich, who have recorded three major studio albums to date and charted multiple singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. In addition to his work in Big & Rich, John has co-written singles for multiple artists, including Keith Anderson, Cowboy Troy, Taylor Swift, and Gretchen Wilson, as well as producing records for several other artists.

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