So, Hank Williams Jr. felt that ESPN infringed on his First Amendment right to free speech by pulling his song from the opening of Monday Night Football after Hank put President Obama on the Hitler end of a bad analogy. Here’s a hint, Hank: ESPN ain’t Congress.
Hank, I don’t know how things work where you live, but out here in the rest of the country, if you say something publicly as an employee that your employer doesn’t like (for instance: comparing the president to Hitler) you can get fired. Your first amendment (as it relates to your employment) ends when you walk through that door and pick up that paycheck.
I’ll wager you made enough money from licensing MNF to use your song for 20 years. Maybe use some of it to take a civics class. Or get one of your lawyers to explain it to you.