Hank Williams Jr. Stole the show with his dumb remarks on FOX news .
There are really stupid things going on as the "race" to the Oval Office nears , perhaps it shows at times how extreme the right can be , here are two examples I am going to share . I often asked is there any intelligent people who are Republican ? Hank Williams Jr. may end up regretting an analogy he made this morning on "
Fox & Friends." Hank likened Obama to Hitler . No No apologists ! I happen to think that "some one" is planting these escapades to give the people the wrong image of Republicans .We had our stupid remarks from Donald Trump who was running for President , we had our Sarah Palin slip ups , and I am sure that public views Republicans with some sense of caution when ever some one who ' Claims ' to be a Republican opens his or her mouth , it makes the Republicans look bad . I am also getting vibes that the Occupy Wall Street People are connected to the Tea Party , they are just the Hippie Version of the Tea Party .The 'secret Government' plants it's stupid moles everywhere...........................
Hank Williams Jr. no longer will be heard on ESPN's intro to Monday Night Football, but that doesn't mean he has been silenced.The country music legend, still miffed at being dumped because of his analogy involving President Barack Obama and Adolf Hitler, is retaliating with a song.
"So Fox 'n Friends wanna put me downAnd also:
"Ask for my opinion
"Twist it all around."
"Well two can play that gotcha game you'll see."
Williams told the AP he wrote the song Friday and recorded it in a Nashville studio later that day. It's expected to be on iTunes late today or early tomorrow.The lyrics also say the U.S. is "going down the drain" and becoming "The United Socialist States of America." Not surprisingly, Hank Jr. also calls for people to not watch ESPN or Fox.With the Williams intro out, tonight's Monday night game between Chicago and Detroit will be opened with a video segment on Lions legend Barry Sanders.
Congressmen "Joe the Plumber." he will fighting for you on the GOP Ticket 2012!
"Joe the Plumber," who gained prominence during the 2008 presidential campaign, has filed papers to run for Congress in Ohio.Samuel Joseph Wurzelbacher submitted a statement of candidacy for Ohio's 9th Congressional District -- a seat heavily changed in redistricting that will pit Democrats Dennis Kucinich and Marcy Kaptur in a primary. Wurzelbacher filed to run as a Republican.Wurzelbacher, then an employee of a plumbing contractor, talked to Barack Obama as the candidate met with residents in his Holland, Ohio, neighborhood. Wurzelbacher suggested that Obama's tax plan would result in higher taxes for him.Republican nominee Sen. John McCain seized on that exchange and repeatedly referred to the man he dubbed "Joe the Plumber" in his final debate against Obama.
NOTES & COMMENTS:
( On HANK JR ) I watched the interview and Hank only has himself to blame for what he said. The Fox News people asked him to clarify his comment and that gave him time to clean it up but he didn't. He only has himself to thank for his poor choice of words, so stop crying wolf and be a man and stand by what you said instead of trying to blame Fox.
( ON JOE the PLUMBER )
Hey Joe, don't blame McCain for screwing up your life. You did that when you opened your Fox provoked mouth. Yeah, you have about as much chance of getting elected to the Senate as Macy's having a half price sale all year round. Why don't you talk to your buddy Sarah, she might be looking for someone to drive her Fox bus around.