Randy: It’s who I am. I have no choice..
Paul: Well, forgive me, Randy, but that is just hard to believe…
Randy: I’ve known it since I was five years old.
Paul: You’ve known you love Bo Donaldson and the Haywoods since you were five years old?
Randy: Do you think I would CHOOSE this life?
Paul: Let’s back up here and let’s just think about what happened. Someone said something?
Randy: Someone made fun of “Billy Don’t Be a Hero.” Someone ridiculed it in my presence.
Paul: But, Randy, look. It’s a free country. People are going to have different opinions.
Randy: It was a soldier who said it. A war-loving, bloodthirsty Soldier, a Marine who made fun of it.
Paul: The song? “Billy Don’t be a Hero?“
Randy: Exactly! It’s a beautiful song about a girl who won’t love a boy who goes off and gets himself killed for no reason! Don’t you see how important that is?
Paul: But don’t you see that a soldier, a marine, might think that was belittling his profession?
Randy: He chooses to be a killer! I have no choice but to love Bo Donaldson and the Haywoods.
Paul: Here we go again….
Randy: It was REALLY insensitive and hateful..
Paul: And you want him to lose his job?
Randy: Not just me. All the sensitive people in the world want him to lose his job.