It looks like ultra-conservative country music star Hank Williams, Jr. hasn't warmed up much to President Obama in the wake of his victory Tuesday over Republican challenger Mitt Romney. The staunch hunter and gun rights supporter took to Twitter Thursday morning (Nov. 8) to predict financial doom and gloom for America as a result of the president winning a second term.
Following a win in the state of Ohio, Barack Obama is being projected as the winner of the 2012 presidential race. To celebrate, Obama tweeted the above photo of himself embracing Michelle with the words, "Four more years."
It's Election Day, and country music's biggest stars are joining the push to make sure every eligible voter takes time to get to the polls before they close tonight. The importance of the election is clear to every concerned American.
Pop-country darling Taylor Swift is so busy, you might not think she'd have much time to keep up with current events like the upcoming presidential election. But the 'Red' hitmaker says she intends to vote -- though she insists she doesn't want her opinions to influence those who look up to her.
President Barack Obama and his Republican challenger, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, faced off in the first presidential debate held Wednesday night at Magness Arena at the University of Denver
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