Hank Williams Jr Obama

October 4, 2011 by staff 

Hank Williams Jr ObamaHank Williams Jr Obama, The country star Hank Williams Jr. spent Monday afternoon in damage control mode, the retreat of the statements made this morning in which he compared to President Obama to Nazi leader Adolf Hitler reviled. Williams’s comments have traditional “Monday Night Football” opening song, with its famous “Are you ready for some football?” refrain Indianapolis yanked night / Tampa Bay game.

“Some of us have strong opinions and are often poorly understood,” Williams said in a statement Monday afternoon. “Myanlogy is extreme – but it was to make a point.”

On the morning of Monday, Williams appeared on Fox News, referring to the June Republican president out of the House, John Boehner, of course with Obama as one of the “biggest political mistakes ever” by the politician Ohio.

“It’s like playing golf with Hitler [Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu,” said country singer the game of golf in both parties. The show hosts conservative chain “Fox & Friends” morning was surprised by the comment, with the co-anchor Gretchen Carlson asked Williams to clarify what the inflammatory statement, saying: “You used name of one of the most hated people around the world to describe, I think the president. ”

Williams replied: “That’s true … but I tell it like it is.”

In his next statement, posted on his website, Williams explained his feelings about the couple Obama / Boehner: “I was just trying to explain what I thought was stupid – how ridiculous that mating are polar opposites, had not y. sense, “he said. “They do not see eye to eye and never will. I have always respected the office of President.”

ESPN announced that it would fall Williams song, the theme of the evening program on Monday, but said if he would appear at a later date. “As Hank Williams Jr. is not an employee of ESPN, we recognize that is closely linked to our company through the open to” Monday Night Football, ‘”the network said in a statement.” We are disappointed with their comments and As a result, we decided to pull the television broadcast from tonight. ”

Roots drummer? Uestlove said in the flap on Twitter, writing: “Each ‘Hitler’ pop that I hear on the news shows that people really do not know the evil committed Hitler … I’m borderline those who are true (NOW) HITLER quick to use so lightly, were probably part of the ’60s did not do “the crew”.

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