If you thought having the theme to Monday Night Football taken away from Hank Williams Jr. would shut up him up, think again. For those of you who don’t remember, the country star was hit with some of the biggest publicity of his career last October, when he appeared on Fox & Friends criticizing a golf game between President Obama and House Speaker John Boehner. "It'd be like Hitler playing golf with Netanyahu," he said.
During an interview with Rolling Stone, he’s back it at and hitting the president harder than ever.
"I was right," he says. "ESPN might have done me the biggest favor in the world. It has snowballed since October."
When asked if his opinion of the president has improved, he not only subtly called him a Muslim, but also said he hates America.
“Oh, you know I don't know,” the singer said in the interview. “I don't know about that but it's kind of obvious. I guess when you take a tour, a world tour, to apologize for America. He did that, you know?”
“You know, "We're sorry." Going on a world tour saying, "We're going to be be even with everyone else, we only have 6 percent of the population." Yeah. I wouldn't be going to the duck blinds with any of those guys.”
It’s safe to say that Williams Jr., won’t be on the Obama family Christmas card list this December.
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