Hank Williams Jr

October 11, 2011 by staff 

Hank Williams JrHank Williams Jr, Hank Williams Jr. has no regrets about the comparison of President Barack Obama to Adolph Hitler. And it probably will not hear on “Monday Night Football” anytime soon.

The ABC program “The View” today, the singer addressed the controversy that arose after their “Fox & Friends” appearance last week in which he made ananlogy that President Obama and President of the Rep. John Boehner House golf together was like the Nazi leader Hitler and Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, play a game. The scandal led to ESPN to end his association with Williams and his hit “Are you ready for some football” that has been the subject of “Monday Night Football” for years.

“I think stepping on the toes is called freedom of speech,” said Williams described how he learned that people were upset with their comments, “The View.” “When I got home and told my daughter ‘Dad, are you in trouble? “and I said’ What are you talking about” … and I said, ‘Well, if me, then all are. ”

“That night,” he said, “I said to my crib I could say goodbye ESPN and Disney.”

Disney owns ESPN and ABC. Despite their presence in an ABC program, Williams does not mince words when it comes to the parent company.

“The people at the bottom line, Mickey is a mouse means,” he said. “Disney, ABC and ESPN, to me and the opening of” Monday Night Football ‘is a kind of Spanish American War. They are history. ”

And despite the falls, Williams has no regrets about what he said on “Fox & Friends.”

“Right now, really not,” he said. “That game of golf, a group of politicians … who are out there and jiving and high fiving juking-was so inappropriate to the things that this country is going to, from, I mean. … It was absurd.”

“View” co-host Joy Behar asked why Williams Hitler used in hisanlogy rather than a less polarizing figure that may have fueled much bulletproof.

“I know” he replied, “I’m not smart enough to know the difference.”

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