18 comments on ““A Bible and a Belt”

  1. You’re asking a loaded question this morning. All I’m going to say is I agree with you.

  2. I don’t like the message, don’t like the singers and don’t like the country in this tune at all.

  3. I think kids were better behaved back in the old days but I don’t think it is because parents hit their children. I think it is because parents paid more attention to them back then. Things today are too fast paced and a lot gets by parents now. Just my opinion.

  4. Not that it matters all that much, but you got the name of the song right. “Country Family Reunion” is calling it “The Bible and The Belt.”

  5. The song makes a lot of sense to me. Kids need to know the difference between right and wrong and I don’t think they do today. If you do something right, you get rewarded for it and if you do something wrong you get punished simple as that.

  6. That girl is looking at that guy like she wants a good spanking but maybe that’s just me.

  7. Forget the spanking. Parents need to communicate with their children more. Take away their cellphones and do away with the texting!

  8. i’ve seen parents hit their kids in church — right there in front of god and everything.

  9. r.o.,

    If you hit your kids right there in church, you don’t have far to go to ask for forgiveness 😉

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  11. Don’t normally comment on things, but since you ask what I think, I will tell you. You are an idiot. Oh, by the way, who are you?

  12. This song to me is what our nation needs not violence but consequence of our youths actions. There seems to be a lack of respect from our youths towards teachers and towards there parents. I’ve heard parents say my parents spanked me so I won’t spank mine. Our children need to know if you do wrong there is a consequence of there action. The bible tells us how to respect and love each other. This song is so true to what I think is needed.

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