The Dixie Chicks have a Problem
By: Bill O'ReillyJune 18, 2020
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In the karma corner, I am thinking about a country group that derailed its career by speaking disrespectfully of President Bush the Younger after the USA invaded Iraq in 2003.
The lead singer of the Dixie Chicks, the diminutive Natalie Maines, told the press in London that she was ashamed the President lived in her home state of Texas.
Many country music fans were not amused.
Today, a few far left loons are unhappy the group has the word Dixie in its name.
To them, Dixie is racist. Chicks, I guess is okay, but could be misogynistic ... if you think about it. Chicks, come on, man!
But back to Dixie. That word may have to go. So Dixie cups? Sayonara, baby.
Wait, maybe I can’t say baby. Can I say baby? Let’s check with CNN.
Back to the Dixie Chicks. They must be mortified by this controversy. What should they do? I don’t know. They are a very woke group and can’t be associated with racist stuff. How about changing the name to the P-C Women?
You don’t have to thank me.
So it seems like karma is a force to be reckoned with. And with freedom of speech under siege the Chicks, er ladies, have a dilemma.
It’s tough to go in this direction ... East.. West ... North ... and you know the last one.
Just don’t say it.
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