Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Ted Nugent Supports Mint Romney

He’s a worn out rock star who’s trying to make a buck and spreading vile hatred all about just for the hell of it.
by Charlie Leck

Ted Nugent is an out-of-work, out-of-talent, out-of-luck former entertainer (or say rock star) who is angry as hell and is struggling to find someone to blame for his fall into nothingness. Geez, Louise, he is one sad, mad and bad guy who makes me cringe in embarrassment.

“People who disagree with Ted Nugent are idiots,” said Ted Nugent. There you have it – plain and simple. I am an idiot. I not only disagree with Ted Nugent, but I also find him to be repulsive and repugnant.

Nugent recently had a speaking gig at a National Rifle Association (NRA) gathering of some sort. Why that organization is so angry is beyond me; for they get virtually everything they want in the way of legislation that grants people the right to own and use violent weapons. Nugent is reported to be an NRA director.

Ted Nugent is a 64 year old has-been guitarist and singer. His original fame came as the lead guitarist with that unforgettable group, The Amboy Dukes. He left the Dukes to launch a solo career that successfully endured until the late 80s. He sold over 30 million records and performed in thousands of concerts around the country. He kept on plugging through the 90s and even recently released a single (I Still Believe) that he gives away on his web site.

Evidently, Nugent was a big hit with the NRA members. After spending considerable time claiming that most of the people in the current Obama administration are criminals – including the President, Vice President and Hillary Clinton -- Nugent went on to say this tragedy was the fault of the people who allowed them into office. Then he hammered home his theme…

“If the coyote is in your living room, pissing on the couch, it’s not the coyote’s fault. It’s yours for not shooting him.”

What exactly is Nugent suggesting? Apparently, the Secret Service wants to know the answer to that question.

I’m not going to post the various videos of Nugent’s speeches about the President and his administration. They sink to the lowest level of hate mongering and are disconnected ramblings that claim to be ultimately true; however, they really just present charges that are as old and worn-out as this feeble, old rock star himself. He wasn’t very good back-when and he’s not any good now.

Nugent claims our present government is “wiping its ass with the constitution.” He further claims the President doesn’t like the constitution. He sounds like a man crazed with hate. Our President is a respected constitutional scholar and has made clear his devotion to that incredible document and the concepts of government that it protects.

“If Barack Obama becomes the President in November – again – I will either be dead or in jail by this time next year.”

You tell me what the above statement means? It’s a shaded, cloudy and ill-defined threat – the kind of thing a madman would say.

Nugent sounds like an ignorant Rush Limbaugh. He can’t quite get it up any more (his brain that is). He’s tired and his brain is soused on hatred. His only appeal is to other hate mongers. Together they claim to be ultra-patriotic; but, in fact, they’re sad, despicable fools!

Sometime, after visiting Iraq and entertaining our soldiers there, Nugent had the temerity to say, in reference to Iraq: “Our failure has been not to Nagasaki them!”

Ted Nugent swears he’s a devout Christian. Lord, save us from such Christians!

Ted Nugent is also a proud supporter of Mint Romney for President. So far, no denunciation of Nugent’s remarks from the Romney camp.

Geez! Writing about Nugent and his disgusting remarks makes me feel dirty! I was tempted to tear this blog into tiny bits, but here it is in all its ugliness. I’ll go take a shower!

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