Talentless redneck, Hank Williams, Jr., is telling
his fans followers anyone who gives a shit that he is "pulling" his song from ESPN's Monday Night Football broadcast. This, of course, came after ESPN had already pulled it, but hey, details aren't that important, right?
After Williams (an embarrassment to his legendary father) made his vile comparison of Pres. Obama to Adolf Hitler and referred to the president as the "enemy," ESPN benched the former country
legend star performer. That shit might fly on Fox News, but not on ESPN.
In an unapologetic statement, Williams is now whining about his First Amendment rights being trampled on. News flash, teabagger, the first amendment doesn't cover songs being used as TV themes! For someone who claims to be a patriot and some sort of expert on the Constitution, it seems Williams has little more understanding of the First Amendment than Sarah Palin does.
"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."
Congress has made no law abridging Williams' freedom of speech. A private business has decided that they don't want to be associated with an aging douchebag who minimizes the Holocaust by comparing it to a golf game with the President of the United States.
I wholeheartedly applaud the decision by ESPN.