The song stems from the controversy Williams stirred up when he appeared via satellite from Nashville on Fox News’ “Fox & Friends” morning television show Oct. 3.

Asked to comment on the current crop of Republican candidates competing to be the party‘s 2012 candidate for president, Williams answered, “Nobody,” and then went on to talk about a recent golf match between Obama and House Speaker John Boehner, calling it “One of the biggest political mistakes ever.”

When asked to expand on his remark, Williams said, “It would be like Hitler playing golf with (Israeli leader) Benjamin Netanyahu.”

Williams also said, “They’re the enemy.” When asked whom he was referring to, Bocephus replied, “Obama … and Biden.”

Not only were the hosts of “Fox & Friends” somewhat taken back at Williams’ remarks, but it wasn’t long before ESPN caught wind of his words. The sports cable channel removed his “Are You Ready For Some Football” opening for the “Monday Night Football” telecast airing that evening and had permanently nixed it by the end of the week.

Somewhat surprisingly, entertainers associated with the political left weren’t all that angry with Williams. Bill Maher, host of HBO’s “Real Time,” said he didn’t think anyone should be “kicked off TV just for expressing yourself,” while “The View’s” Whoopi Goldberg mused, “What kind of standards are we holding folks to when we say ‘Oh no, you can’t say …’ We can’t say ‘listen man, that’s not a good thing to do’ so instead we pull … Is that the right thing?

“The Daily Show’s” Jon Stewart also weighed in on the controversy, criticizing ESPN for apparently not knowing who they had hired to introduce “Monday Night Football.”

“By the way ESPN … you’re shocked? By Bocephus’ comments? You know, he’s been at ESPN for twenty years – have you met him? It’s Bocephus, man. He’s got a song about how things would be better if the South had won. The guy fell 442 feet off a mountain, cracked open his skull so bad he had to hold in his own brain and survive … Don’t act all ‘oh, my goodness’ when he says something down-home and gritty. That’s what he’s there for.”

Now Williams has a song that he’s giving away for free. Called “Keep The Change,” the tune calls out ESPN, “Fox & Friends,” and pretty much anyone who complained about his remarks.

“United Socialist States Of America,” Hank Jr. sings, “How do you like the name? I’ll keep the USA, and y’all can keep the change.”

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