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Some singing ladies from our home state are apparently ashamed of the President, and many fans (of which I am not) are apparently ashamed of the Dixie Chicks:

A number of radio stations across the country have dumped the group's music over the lead singer's controversial comments about President George W. Bush.

At a concert in London earlier this week, Natalie Maines, the band's lead singer said, " Just so you know, we're ashamed the president of the United States is from Texas."

Nice. But it was just free speech, y'all:

"I feel the president is ignoring the opinions of many in the U.S. and alienating the rest of the world," Maines added in the statement. "My comments were made in frustration and one of the privileges of being an American is you are free to voice your own point of view."

Yep, another nice privilege of a free market is that you don't have to buy albums recorded by people who say things you think are stupid. Or, exercising your own free speech, you can toss their albums in the trash.

One Missouri station set out a trash can Friday morning for listeners who felt compelled to toss the group's CDs;

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