“Americans” is a short, public service film starring Sean Penn and Kid Rock, directed by Jameson Stafford. The goal of the film is to tear down the one-dimensional political stereotypes portrayed by the media by confronting them head on. It reminds us that what really matters is that we’re all Americans, with diverse thoughts, opinions and stances on issues. We are millions of unique, individual parts, the sum of which comprise a whole that is the shining beacon of freedom throughout the world.

The film reminds us to be proud of our differences, and to never forget that we’re all in this together as Americans.

Published on Oct 10, 2012 by KidRockVideos

Category: Markets, Politics, Video

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4 Responses to “Kid Rock & Sean Penn: Americans”

  1. laBear says:

    Barry where do you find this stuff??!!! Great lead for Thanksgiving! Keep up the great work!

  2. ronin says:

    LOL! Horrible propaganda. I can’t stand that talentless knucklehead Kid Rock and he’s a terrible example of a Republican. No way should he be standing in the face of a legendary actor like Sean Penn. It would have been much better if they used Clint Eastwood or John Voight.

    All this ad did was solidify people’s stereotypes of the left/right paradigm….

  3. Wexler says:

    Thanks for posting! So torn standing in the booth as an undecided independent I went none-of-the-above (Jill Stein)…served my duty as a citizen. USA F*CK YEAH! :)

  4. diogeron says:

    Well, it’s definitely entertaining and worth the watch. I get the juxtaposition of Kid Rock and Penn, but maybe Chris Rock and Kid would be at least as good. Insofar as using Jon Voight, all I can say is they would have to find talent on another planet to be his “objective correlative.” Face it: Jon Voight makes Kid Rock look like Disraeli.