What unlikely combinations censorship, or opposition to censorship, can create. First I've had to subscribe to Glenn Beck's blog, and now here I am recommending that everybody listen to Hank Williams, of whom I would never have described myself as a fan before.
Williams parted company with ESPN because he compared what he saw as an example of politics making strange bedfellows to "Hitler playing golf with Netanyahu." Some thin-skinned people thought it sounded as if he was comparing President Obama to Hitler.
I think Williams' comparison was far-fetched and should have been changed, for rhetorical merit--Hitler and Netanyahu? Weren't the "pure Aryans" in Germany, and their alliance with Japan, a better example of strange bedfellows?...but I have to support Williams' right to be an example of bad rhetoric if he so chooses.
Anyway, youall can hear Williams oppose censorship here:
It is indeed news to me that the singer whose first big hit celebrated drinking and drugging as his "Family Tradition" now has a "Christian name" to keep, but if he does I'm glad for him.