Merle Haggard

December 29, 2010 by Post Team 

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Singer-songwriter Merle Haggard, composer Jerry Herman, the choreographer Bill T. Jones, musician Paul McCartney and television host Oprah Winfrey receive recognition at the annual ceremony. Of course, Oprah comes to wear the large this year. Because she has nothing else happens.
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Country music legend Merle Haggard, who met U.S. President Barack Obama earlier this month, found it “very different” from how it is portrayed in the media.

“Not pretentious. He is very humble to be the President of the United States, especially compared with some presidents we’ve had to run as they did not need help from anyone,” the Politico quoted as saying in an interview in Rolling Stone.
Haggard met with Obama at the Kennedy Center Honors in Washington, where he was feted alongside Sir Paul McCartney and Oprah Winfrey, among others, to improve the country’s cultural life.

“I think he knows he’s in over his head. Anyone with a sense that it takes work and think they can handle it must be an idiot,” he said. Haggard said he was “really almost criminal” the way Obama was portrayed in the media. “There seems to be no shame or anything. They call all the names all day, saying he did some things he is not,” he said. The singer said he was “very surprised” to find Obama “very humble”.

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