On Tuesday, American country singer and songwriter Hank Williams Jr. will debut his new album entitled “Old School, New Rules” that features plenty of political commentary, reports The Washington Times. In one track, he addresses the President, saying, “Barack, pack your bags, head to Chicago, take your teleprompter with you.”
Other notable lyrics include “Don’t tread on me, political correctness has run its course” and “I got a list of taxes I thought were a joke—inheritance, death, say, any quarters in that coffin?”
The titles of the songs even carry political weight, including “We Don’t Apologize for America” and “Stock Market Blues.”
The politically charged songs should come as no surprise to his fans, as the singer has never been shy about his dissatisfaction with President Obama. In October 2011, he compared Obama to Hitler in an analogy and later called Obama and Biden “the enemy” on Fox’s Fox & Friends. As a result, he was immediately dropped from his gig opening Monday Night Football on ESPN.