Stand With Hank / Boycott ESPN
Posted on: 2011-10-13 07:03:28

On October 3, 2011 country music legend Hank Williams Jr. appeared on Fox and Friends and gave some politically incorrect commentary. While on the air, he committed the unpardonable sin of using the word “Hitler” within one contiguous paragraph of the word “Obama,” calling the golf summit between Obama and Senator Boehner as ridiculous as a hypothetical one between Adolf Hitler and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

ESPN execs – whose viewers undoubtedly like Hank better than Obama – first pulled his opening song “Are You Ready for Some Football?”, which had run on Monday Night Football since 1991, then fired him.

Well, Hank Jr. is not willing be silenced and this week produced a song in which he calls for patriots to turn off ESPN’s Monday Night Football.

Let’s stand up for this patriotic American and for FREE SPEECH which is guaranteed by the First Amendment to the US Constitution.

We are asking you to switch off ESPN Monday Night Football.

Please sign the petition below and share with your friends to show your support for Hank Williams Jr. and Free Speech!

Printed from Western Voices World News (