Hank Williams, Jr. was on with Hannity last night. Hank didn’t like Obama, Speaker Boehner (R-OH) and John Kasich (The Three Stooges) playing golf (better known as The Golf Summit). Williams told Hannity he campaigned for Ohio governor John Kasich (R), and he was outraged at the threesome playing golf. Williams said his daughter asked him if he was “in trouble,” the night the news broke about ESPN no longer featuring him. He replied, “if I am, we all are,” alluding to our First Amendment rights. Williams saidthe golf summit, during a very difficult time for America, was an “absurd, ridiculous and dumb move.” We won the November 2010 election: “why were they out there.” Sean said he would miss Williams on Monday Night Football. Hank replied: “Stand-by for 2012.” He also talks about songs found in the trash of his parents belongings, now on an album. Here’s the video.
Hank Williams, Jr. with Sean Hannity (video)