Are you ready for some hardball? Hank Williams Jr. released a new 12-song album today that takes on the EPA, ESPN, political correctness, social media, the housing market crash and President Obama — and that’s just one song.
Williams was dropped from “Monday Night Football” last fall after making comments on “Fox and Friends” comparing Obama’s and House Speaker John Boehner’s golf outing to a hypothetical friendship between Adolf Hitler and Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. He quickly fired back with the single “Keep the Change.”
Though the lyrics to “Take Back Our Country” cut a wide swath, Williams reserves two lines for a direct attack on President Obama: “Hey Barack, pack your bags, head to Chicago/Take your teleprompter with you so you’ll know where to go.”
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Williams certainly does sound confident on the new track. Can we have some of whatever he’s having?