Idiot Booze-Soaked Hank Williams Jr. Applauded By Iowa Fairgoers For Exposing Obama’s Muslim Secret

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Yeah, himTestosteroneous brain-damaged popinjay Hank Williams Jr., who has made a 50-year-career of having been ejected from the testicle of an actual musical genius and American treasure, is not very happy with known African-American Barry Bamz. And the good folks who would spend an evening lapping up such tunes as TK and TK (hahaha, we forgot to put in actual song titles, fuck it, it’s really hot here) at the Iowa State Fair have their own doubts!

Following the song “We Don’t Apologize For America” a chant of “USA, USA” broke out amongst the crowd. Williams smiled, telling the crowd that he was their mouth piece and adding:

“We’ve got a Muslim president who hates farming, hates the military, hates the US and we hate him!”

The cheers that followed were loud and enthusiastic.

“Hate”? “Hate” is a very bad word, Iowa! But we guess in this case it is appropriate, since we are ruled over (with an iron fist) by the weakling “president,” who is a Muslim and hates farming (?) and the military (obviously) and the very nation itself!

But still, by the Rules of Civility as espoused by Tony Perkins and the Family Research Council, accusing anyone of hating anyone else is inviting them to be murdered, so we hope the Secret Service is on it.

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333 comments

    1. Lascauxcaveman

      And we shouldn't expect great mental acuity from anyone who would actually pay good money to see him perform.

    1. Geminisunmars

      Hope they have their ID ready.

      ETA: Ooops, wrong crowd. They shouldn't have any difficulties if they just show up.

    1. OzoneTom

      They put animal tranquilizers in the kettle corn. Gives it that extra something that keeps the fair-goers comin' back for more!

      1. redarmyzombie

        Depending upon the proximity of livestock to public drinking water, that might actually be true…

    1. pdiddycornchips

      Iowa is mostly pig farms. Now, I like bacon and all but have you ever been to a pig farm? They produce a lot of waste. A single hog farm can produce as much waste as a city of 12k people in a single day (google it) In fact, Iowa is littered with manure "lakes", the inevitable result of large factory farming which is the lifeblood of Iowa's economy.
      They actually have "stench alerts" on the radio the way we have traffic updates. All that toxic shit ends up in their water, in the ground and in their lungs. These are sick, ignorant people. Just something to keep in mind.

  1. Come here a minute

    Sometimes people take offense at being called a member of a "hate group", but I think these people cheered it.

    As far as Hank Jr. songs go, TK was pretty good but TK was just too derivative.

    1. Tequila Mockingbird

      Well, when Hank Williams, Sr. was Junior's age, he'd been dead for 33 years. Sometimes the fruit does fall pretty far from the tree.

          1. Fare la Volpe

            Among my grammy's insult gems was one she'd throw at the hillbilly neighbors down the block: "Your family tree is a loop!"

    2. AncienReggie

      Hey! The actual Hank Williams was a prince, a fine fellow and an incredible songwriter. The HW Jr. apple fell many, many kilometers from the tree.

    3. horsedreamer_1

      Hanks Sr., Jr., & III, are slang for the same thing: drunkenly appropriate for the place in which one lives. Respective, we have Hank, Sr., Hooverville; Hank, Jr., Nashvegas; Hank III, Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

    4. Dudleydidwrong

      I had no intention to insult the great Hank Williams, Sr. He is special to me, and my father thought that he was the voice of god.. "Hey, Good Lookin'" is an anthem at our place. My point was about the "rotten apple," Jr, and not the tree.

      Sorry. Ms. Dudley will now play "Your Cheatin' Heart" backward on my old Victrola to remind me of my error.

  2. Misty Malarky

    Obama has hated farmers ever since Michelle made him eat those Brussels sprouts she grows on Reagan's grave.

    1. Terry

      "I have love some ladies and I have loved Jim Beam. They both tried to kill me in 1973."

      While the women and bourbon failed to kill him, they did evidently leave him brain dead.

    1. NorthStarSpanx

      And while he's at it, let's keep daddy's head and face covered. Who knew it was a public service to wear such big hats and sunglasses, even while indoors?

  3. YouBetcha

    We have a President who hates farming? And the military?

    We also have a second-rate country singer who hates books and a bar of soap.

    Shitty country in which we live.

    1. ahnc

      Yeah, this country used to want little pink houses.

      Now they want everything including your kid's piggy bank.

  4. Poindexter718

    Bams hates farmerz so much he's prepared to sign drought relief for them immediately once the wankers in the House GOP caucus stop jibbering about legitimate rape and the debunked Fast & Furious 'scandal' & send him a bill.

    1. Lascauxcaveman

      Now you are making the mistake thinking that Hank Jr fans care about actual, factual, true facts. Evidence strongly suggest otherwise.

        1. MittBorg

          I thought he was an analrapist, and therefore. Wut? Dan Savage SED all teh Xtian kids were into buttsechs because no pregnancy, ergo no abortion.

    1. no_gravity

      If Hank Williams Jr was named Bob Smith and he fell in a forest, would he still make a sound?

          1. viennawoods13

            He was hanging out at Occupy Wall Street, and speaking up for Wisconsin unions, so there's that.

  5. widestanceromance

    Is that a human face or something dragged from a lake of vomit? Oh, what's the diff here?

    1. Butch_Wagstaff

      Boehner's tan cause the drought. But he had to blame Obama for it (the drought not his tan).

    1. zumpie

      He's still not ready for some football…

      Actually I think Hank's just still sulking about ABC firing his ass. And (of course) blames Obama. Cause everything is (of course) the Halfrican Muslin Usurper's fault.

  6. Tequila Mockingbird

    Hank Jr. is the perfect Successful American, in that he inherited his lucrative business and still couldn’t buy any talent or brains. He's also so dumb that he went walking one time and managed to fall off a mountain, losing his face in the process, which is why his poorly reconstructed head resembles a dumber, less charming version of one of those pan-faced muppets from “The Electric Teeth.”

    1. CrunchyKnee

      And, those pan-faced muppets from “The Electric Teeth" have more talent in their fake little puppet carcasses than Hank II has in his entire body.

    1. Lascauxcaveman

      Ugh. I feel sorry for the TSA agent that has to pat that guy down when the detector goes 'beep.'

      1. MittBorg

        You just *know* he hasn't changed his clothes or underwear or washed or brushed or bathed ANYTHING on that liquor-sweating, infested body for at *least* a week. Never mind that he probably eats a diet that would constipate a fucking hyena. And farts in his pantalones ALL day long.

  7. SorosBot

    Obama's so Muslim and he hates the military so much that he even was responsible for killing Osama bin Laden! Wait…

    1. Negropolis

      No, silly. The adorable Navy Seals killed Osama, and they are totally independent of the government, because, Freedom!

    1. AbandonHope_

      No, no, you don't get it. Be ashamed of a Republican President, get your music banned from every country station in the United States. Slander the shit out of a blah Democrat President, you get four or five new country music contracts.

      Old Steel Plate Head knows what side his bread is buttered on.

        1. CommieLibunatic

          What the hell's with crops, anyway? They're always at ground level. Pain in the ass to pick that way!

          1. Lascauxcaveman

            I spent a morning harvesting avocados last month and I beg to differ. I'm glad I got my chance to be an illegal messican for a day, but even more glad I wasn't born one.

    1. deanbooth

      Those lazy crackers who sat on their ass and complained about how much they had to beat their slaves, who with their forced labor built the god damn south?

    2. Chichikovovich

      You know, you're absolutely right – no wonder there's a drought. God Almighty just hates those soil-scratchers. Thanks for pointing out that it says so in Scripture.

      1. Incitefully_Joe

        So Paul Ryan could serve both Ayn Rand and the Catholicism God, all he needs to do is design a public farming project, and then, when he finds out that the person who commissioned him modified his designs at all even a little bit, destroy said farm, killing hundreds, and get his friend, who is a media mogul (Rupert Murdoch???) to nearly go bankrupt by pushing his staff to write editorials defending him, and then at trial he gives an impassioned speech that completely gets him off, demonstrating that Ayn Rand knows absolutely nothing about journalism or law or quality writing in general.

        What were we talking about again?

    3. widestanceromance

      Whatever her character's name was, Lisa maybe, played by one of those Gabor hags on Green Acres?

    4. Incitefully_Joe

      I realize it's kinda gauche to answer my own question, but I'm honestly surprised that all this time, and nobody mentioned Luke Skywalker, or alternately, House Greyjoy of Pyke. For Shame, Nerds!!

  8. Tequila Mockingbird

    It's a pity, too. His dad was such a great talent. Oh wait, I'm thinking of Freddie Prinze Sr.

  9. johnnymeatworth

    I wonder if he'll write a song for the Romney campaign since 2008's "McCain-Palin Tradition" did so well for them….

    1. zumpie

      I always loved the three of them smugly singing about evil city people and how they didn't care, cause city people weren't REAL Muricans' blahdy blah…and forgot since most people live in cities, those would be, ummmm, like voters and stuff

  10. larryfinexx

    This year the Iowa State Fair has a new item on the menu: deep-fried corn dogs with bacon wrapped abound them. That will keep the muslins away.

    1. Callyson

      Cornyn also told Akin that, by staying in the race, he is endangering Republicans’ hopes of retaking the majority in the Senate

      Suddenly, my day just got a lot better…

    2. Katydid

      Akin said: "To quote my old friend John Paul Jones: ‘I’ve not yet begun to fight.’­­ ”

      Damn, he is an old then.

          1. bobbert

            There is no Tesla museum? Fuck me. I can only chip in a teeny, but I will, because we must have a museum for the most authentic mad scientist of modern times.

    3. James Michael Curley

      According to one pundit I read this morning Missouri deadline for leaving the Senate race is tomorrow with out requiring a Court Order and documentation from the Scty of State. Then on 9/25 the Republican Party will not be able to replace him without extensive expense to reprint and redistribute the ballots and provide extra notification to all absentee ballot recipients.

      On the other hand a shake up like this with Aiken being replaced is often certain death for a margin candidate.

      1. MittBorg

        That *is* unusual. And interesting. And simply delightful. (grabs Incitefully_Joe, kisses him on both cheeks, gives him serious bro-hug, and dances round the room in a gimpy fashion)

      2. IonaTrailer

        Oh plueeezzz – what about the "She asked for it" kind of rape?
        Which often follows the "She wouldn't shut up" spousal abuse.

        1. Incitefully_Joe

          Not sure, but I used to work in the GYN department at my hospital, and for a while, I wondered why all the surgeons kept on going to conferences for assault rifle scopes. (I played a lot of Call of Duty back then)

      1. Kid_Charlemagne

        'Taint a farm. It's a LIEBERAL Berkeley commie garden filled with nothin' but a bunch o' them hereloom tomaters!!

      1. Butch_Wagstaff

        The great Galas has done covers of Hank I's songs. I don't think she'll be doing covers of Hank II's tunes. She has taste, y'know.
        I've been on a Galas kick the last couple of days. Listened to Defixiones: Will and Testament since I hadn't done so in years. What an album. Gives ya fuckin' chills.
        Also: Guilty Guilty Guilty. Her version of "Interlude (Time)" is truly beautiful.

        1. MittBorg

          I saw her live at the local college a few years ago. Fucking amazing. What range! She does all her own sound, too. (digs around feebly for iPod)

    1. CommieLibunatic

      Tell me about it. I just blotted this asshat from my mind. Or rather, he got shoved out by Paul Ryan and all the other asshats before him.

  11. mbobier

    "This is something I've got to point out here, because they're just throwing stuff against the wall to see what sticks," Mr. Obama said derisively….

    That statement applies to pretty much everything coming out of the GOP nowadays, especially the blatant racist crapola in laughably inadequate disguises. The Obama-bashers can say the President hates farmers (?!?!?), hates the military, hates the US, is too Muslim, too Nazi, too Socialist, too elitist, too ignorant, too powermongering, too wimpy, and all the other idiotic and often self-contradictory stuff they bloviate about, but I think we all know that their REAL problem with him is that he's just way, way, WAY too black.

  12. SorosBot

    By the way Hank Jr., how's Monday Night Football doing? Oh that's right, they fired your ass for being a racist birther douche; ha-ha!

  13. mavenmaven

    I guess in this sicko's mind, farming is something done by gentleman white folk, as opposed to "urban" black activities.
    Of course, there was that thing about "cotton picking" but that was different, as the white folks were still the "owners".

  14. prommie

    We have a black president who is black, and he's black too, and he blacks farmers, and he blacks the military, and we hate blacks, so hate hate hate black!

  15. comrad_darkness

    The iron fist of the muslin dictator is so powerful that our free speech to criticize him in public is practically nonexistent.

    1. tessiee

      I think you may have meant to type, "cheap plastic sunglasses", but your comment as it stands gets an upfist for sheer creepiness.

    2. LakeLucilleLoon

      He does look kind of "special" without those menacing dark glasses doesn't he? I can't see the Hank without the glasses being the one that made that comment on stage. That definitely had to be "glasses Hank".

  16. fawkedifiknow

    Truth be known, most of those hayseeds hating farming, too. It's just that that's all they can do.

    "Leave 'em alone, Jake, it's Iowa."

  17. IonaTrailer

    Obama said. “So what I think these comments do underscore is why we shouldn’t have a bunch of politicians, a majority of whom are men, making health-care decisions on behalf of women.”

    This is why I love this man.

  18. Gorillionaire

    If he really means it, Junior should get up on stage at the Apollo Theater and say this. Pussy.

  19. tessiee

    "Oh, we don't like Barry Bammerz in Muskogee"

    Oh, wait.
    that was Merle Haggard, and he gets a pass for writing "Red Bandana".

  20. Terry

    Hank, Hank, Hank. I know you're a racist pinhead. I try to ignore that so that I can sing Family Tradition loudly and off key when I'm alone in my car. Just keep your f'ing mouth shut so I don't have to delete you from my iPod.

  21. randcoolcatdaddy

    No snark. I'm really thinking there's an undiagnosed epidemic of early onset dementia in the south and mid-west.

    1. tessiee

      400 years of inbreeding hasn't really improved a gene pool that was about half deported convicts to begin with.

    2. MittBorg

      Well, you do know that the latest study on obesity shows rates are highest in exactly those areas. And you do know that obesity is implicated in the buildup of plaque and narrowing/hardening of arteries. And you do know that when blood supply to the brain is blocked …

    3. IonaTrailer

      Reports are coming in that the incidence of crazed shit-house rats is growing in those areas.

      1. bobbert

        I don't know if you can single-handedly coin a meme, but it certainly deserves an upfist, and I'll look for an opportunity to support it.

  22. smitallica

    I liked ol' Hank Jr. better when he was playing one of the cavemen in those Geico commercials.

  23. zippy_w_pinhead

    Hank Williams Jr is proof that talent and brains often skip a generation. Even HWIII shows potential to not be a monumental douche bag like Jr

  24. ElPinche

    Good lord…Hankie looks like one of those inbred, genetic mutants from that notorious x-files episode.

  25. Mittens Howell, III

    Being insulted by that retawded carnival barker is like getting thrashed with a sugary, oily, elephant's ear. It's ridiculous, unpleasant, and makes your skin crawl a little but, whatever fool.

    1. Calapine

      Yeah sure…some dipship wallowing in his own filth doesn't agree with the President's policies. I am sure Obama is heartbroken and going to cry in his sleep tonight.

  26. Blueb4sinrise

    Well, I, for one, have a lot more respect for Hank Jr. since he's come out of the closet.

  27. BeefHardcake

    Hank Williams Jr. is the living embodiment of the concept that just because you THINK something doesn't mean that you necessarily have to SAY it.

  28. Cheburashka64

    As an Iowan, I need to point out that those who attended his concert were the ones cheering, not exactly a representative cross section. I was at the fair myself, annoying the Steve King table by asking why their guy wasn't trying to make it illegal to kidnap, impregnate, and force abortions on our 13 yr old playground users.

    1. Jukesgrrl

      As someone who has enjoyed the hospitality (and Prairie Lights) of Iowa City, the Paris of the Midwest®, I understand that Sen. Grandpa Cornpants and the the idiot Rep. King should not be held against all of you.

        1. Jukesgrrl

          As you should be.It's lovely.I also have some reasonably sane relatives who migrated to Des Moines from other states and they're very happy there.On one of my first days in Iowa (I was at the Writers' Workshop) I sat in a sidewalk cafe reading the daily newspaper.My eye caught the birth announcements.I was utterly astounded by the vast cultural diversity of the little ones.I assume that's because of the university, but no matter how they got there, it's a good thing for Iowa.

    2. Negropolis

      It's funny, when we had a stat fair here in Michigan, only the blahs went to it since it was held annually in Detroit. It was probably one of the more unique state fairs because of that.

  29. Toomush_Infer

    I'm ready for some football players to stomp his ass into the mud – because I'm pretty sure this was a business decision, republican style – when you're not relevant, go stupid….

      1. tessiee

        Also, who doesn't know that you have to weight a body down, or it will come floating back up to the…

        Um, never mind.

  30. glamourdammerung

    So the Republicans have a spokesthing that at one point had parts of their brain hanging out of their head?

    Explains a lot.

    1. Rotundo_

      Airing it out just spread the stink, it didn't reduce it a bit. As for this being an impediment to being a spokesbeing for the GOP, consider Cheney, Boehner, Dubya, and far, far and away, too many to list manually.

    1. Misty Malarky

      Sad to hear this.

      When I was a kid I thought she was the funniest person in the world.
      Still do, actually.

      1. Mumbletypeg

        As a toddler I played with a doll my parents named after her. I had crawled up to the bucket mom was using to clean the floor, must've been some high-strength solution and why I was allowed near it I'm not sure. But I dunked the doll in the bucket like to give her a bath. The solution reacted with the doll hair such that it stuck straight up off her head. She was "Phyllis" thereafter. I've never been quite the same since, either.

    2. SorosBot

      Her and Tony Scott on the same day – celebrity deaths really seem to be coming all at once these days.

      1. Jukesgrrl

        The great character actor William Windom also died today. Unfortunately many Americans know him only as the doctor on Murder She Wrote, but in fact he had a distinguished forty-year career — including the role of the prosecutor in To Kill a Mockingbird.

  31. thurufally

    Hank Williams, Jr.'s daddy saw his potential right away and nicknamed him "Bocephus" after a ventriloquist's dummy. Some twenty-six years later, this ass clown managed to fall off a fucking mountain and split his head in two, which left him even more stupid than he already was. He's been proving it ever since.

  32. Fox n Fiends

    Junior is 100% Tea Party material: born into a legend that he couldn't exceed yet still rode the gravy train to old age, therefore hates meritocracy. No wonder his boy won't talk to him.

    1. Rotundo_

      Bocephus must be a fantastic father: I have to imagine that between the booze, drugs, whoring around and acting like a fool that his secretary had to have sent a card and a twenty on his birthday and for JuHEEEEEEEEEEEZZZZZUUUUUSSSSSSSSSes' Birfday.

  33. thurufally

    Well, they ask me,
    "Hank, why don't you think?
    And why are you such a joke?
    And why did your momma beat you with an ugly rope?"
    If I'm up on an Iowa stage
    Espousin' some stupid-ass, racial fiction"
    I'll say "Leave me alone coz
    My brain's half gone
    And it's a family tradition."

  34. Rotundo_

    Let's see how Hank the Deuce is exceptional in country music: He can't claim most shows cancelled due to being passed out, George "No Show" Jones is the winner there, and on his worst day could out perform Hank. He hasn't shown up to a gig dead like his dad, yet, so there is that one to aspire to still. He blew the most lucrative advertising gig in country out his ass with his prior commentary, so I guess he ranks as the most stupid, or self destructive in the financial sense. So if he OD's like dad he can claim some sort of legenday status from that, even if it amounts to the same thing as dear old dad: lying in a limo seat with a pantload and your eyes wide open as if you're a gazin' at them purty stars.

  35. larrykat

    I'll bet Hank Williams III and his partners in his band AssJack don't agree with this hillbilly motherfucker.

  36. BZ1

    hates farming? I want to see the reasoning behind that, oh right, no reason at all, just vitriol of the right wing echo chamber ….

  37. T3rbo

    We need some reciprocity here: anyone know where MC Hammer is, so he can stand up in the middle of 2 legit 2 quit and say something about Romney being a Mormon and hating black people? I think that would be appropriate. Are there any black people state fairs, or?

  38. marconidarwin

    Ted Nugent, Hank Williams Jr., Dave Mustaine and… damn if only we had a redneck Ringo…

  39. Negropolis

    Testosteroneous brain-damaged popinjay Hank Williams Jr., who has made a 50-year-career of having been ejected from the testicle of an actual musical genius and American treasure…

    Oh, Rebecca, this is beautiful.

  40. Negropolis

    BTW, Obama hates farming so fucking much that he's been pushing ethanol for years to the chagrin of some of us.

  41. thefrontpage

    U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
    DIVISION OF MENTAL HEALTH
    OFFICE OF INTELLIGENCE

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    AUGUST 21, 2012 (WASHINGTON, D.C.)–Edison Albert Bell, the Director of the Office of Intelligence at the Division of Mental Health at the U.S. Departmenf of Health and Human Services, announced today that, effective immediately, under HR-777, Section 105 of the Preserving American Intelligence Act (PAIA), the mandatory round-up of dangerous, psychotic residents who have been deemed sufficiently anti-intelligence and thus a danger to society, have been rounded up and shipped to Death Island, a remote island in the South Pacific owned by the United States. Among those rounded up today are Hank Williams, Jr.; Ted Nugent; Chuck Norris; Kelsey Grammar; Patricia Heaton; Victoria Jackson; Michelle Malkin; Ann Coulter; Sean Hannity; Laura Schlesinger: Rush Limbaugh; Rep. Issa; the governors of Arizona, New Jersey, Maine, Wisconsin, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Virginia and Texas; Meghan McCain; all members of the Rand family; all members of the Ryan and Romney families; officials with Late Night Shots; and the principle organizers of CPAC.

  42. thefrontpage

    "This round-up starts a general renewal in America regarding the maintenance of standard levels of real intelligence," Mr. Bell said in a statement. "This is a great start for the future."
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