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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Hank Williams , Jr.
Standing on a makeshift football field atop a soundstage in the middle of flashing lights, dancing cheerleaders and screaming fans, Hank Williams, Jr. lifted his cowboy hat and belted out the words that for more than 20 years have become synonymous with the start of the NFL season.
Williams said he has sympathy for both the fans who are crossing their fingers that the season begins on time and those around the negotiating table.
"I'm the only one, everybody else is gone. The true ABC Monday Night Football _ they're gone," Williams said.