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Hank Williams Jr. cut from ESPN’s team for good

ESPN announced Thursday that the network had permanently severed ties with Hank Williams Jr. after he publicly compared President Barack Obama to Adolph Hitler. Bocephus had told the hosts of Fox & Friends Monday that Obama playing golf with House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) was ‘like Hitler playing golf with…

Stewart on Williams: ‘I can smell the Jack Daniels on his breath from the TV’

Jon Stewart didn’t miss out on sharing his thoughts Tuesday night on the Hank Williams Jr. controversy. The Daily Show host picked apart Fox & Friends‘ hypocrisy  again, highlighting co-host Gretchen Carlson saying, “Why should we care about things these celebrities say,” when criticizing Rosanne Barr’s latest comments, yet decide…

Colbert: ESPN caved to Don’t-compare-Obama-to-Hitler-stapo

Comedy Central’s Stephen Colbert worried Tuesday that he might not be “ready for some football” without Hank Williams Jr.’s Monday Night Football theme song. Williams’ song has kicked off the Monday night game since 1989, but ESPN pulled it from Monday night’s game after he likened President Barack Obama to…

Hank Williams, Jr.: Obama is ‘the enemy,’ just like ‘Hitler’

Hank Williams, Jr. is most known for the catch phrase “Are you ready for some football?” in his theme song for Monday Night Football. But on Fox and Friends Monday morning, the country music singer probably should have asked, “Are you ready for some controversy?” In an awkward interview, co-host…

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