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By Ted Cruz
Banning speech with a constitutional amendment is playing with fire
Topic - Randy Owen
As a young girl moves with her drink cart around the tables in the Salisbury Gardens dining room, Darrell Connor promises his audience they will recognize the next one.
Members of the renowned country music group Alabama took it personally when dozens of twisters roared across their home state in April, leaving hundreds of deaths and miles of destruction. Before long they were on the phone, talking about ways to help.
Opening with chilling video of a killer tornado and a prayer, country superstars Alabama headlined a sold-old concert Tuesday night to raise money for storm relief and remind people that thousands across their home state are still hurting from the physical and emotional damage left by the nation's worst tornado outbreak in decades.
`We've got to do something. It was just a consensus," Owen said in an interview with The Associated Press before the concert.
"We could have had two or three days of entertainment. A lot of people called and wanted to come," he said