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Feuding Stars Almost Come Together For Global Warming Ad

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I saw Shut up and Sing, the Dixie Chicks documentary, so I know that the Chicks don’t like Country Singer Toby Keith and he doesn’t like them. I’m not going to re-hash the past, but the feuding began when the Dixie Chicks made a derogatory comment against President Bush, which flared off anti-patriotism hysteria in the country music scene. But that’s enough history…the superstars were all going to film a tv ad for Al Gore’s Alliance for Climate Protection speaking out about climate change. These are those awesome ads featuring famous people with opposing political views, who unite over the need for a solution to global warming.  Apparently they have not been able to find an agreeable time to meet.  Hmmmm? Do you think they’ll reconcile over this important cause?

via: cmt.com

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