Ted Nugent

Tecumsehsbones
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I'm glad he's out there. If you want to know what the right wing is thinking (if you can call what they do "thinking"), Ted's your man.

They should make him official spokesthug for the Tea Party.
 
Walter
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Why?
 
pgs
Free Thinker
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Quote: Originally Posted by TecumsehsbonesView Post

I'm glad he's out there. If you want to know what the right wing is thinking (if you can call what they do "thinking"), Ted's your man.

They should make him official spokesthug for the Tea Party.

Do you have a link or something ? I don't get your point .
 
Locutus
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Ted called barry a 'subhuman mongrel' and it made some people angry. Ted apologized but jimmies were rustled beyond the breaking point.

I think our little cartoon buddy is still mad.
 
petros
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Quote: Originally Posted by pgsView Post

Do you have a link or something ? I don't get your point .

He watched the Ted interview on CNN or was it MSNBC? I saw it advertised while watching Anthony Bourdain (CNN) or Car Chasers (MSNBC) not sure which.
 
Tecumsehsbones
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Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

He watched the Ted interview on CNN or was it MSNBC? I saw it advertised while watching Anthony Bourdain (CNN) or Car Chasers (MSNBC) not sure which.

Actually, I read about it in the newspaper. It just occurs to me that Ted is the perfect spokesman for the right wing, has been for years.

As I said, I like him. He says his piece straight up, no sugarcoating or waffling.
 
Cannuck
No Party Affiliation
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Quote: Originally Posted by TecumsehsbonesView Post

Actually, I read about it in the newspaper. It just occurs to me that Ted is the perfect spokesman for the right wing, has been for years.

As I said, I like him. He says his piece straight up, no sugarcoating or waffling.

I like him because he's more of fiscal conservative as opposed to a social conservative. Guys like him want more freedom and less government. People like Walter and the teabaggers want just as much government spending as the left. They just want it on different things
 
petros
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Quote: Originally Posted by TecumsehsbonesView Post

Actually, I read about it in the newspaper. It just occurs to me that Ted is the perfect spokesman for the right wing, has been for years.

As I said, I like him. He says his piece straight up, no sugarcoating or waffling.

He speaks his mind that is for sure.
 
Tecumsehsbones
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Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

He speaks his mind that is for sure.

Now you're getting it. I don't expect or even desire everybody to agree with me. I just find it more efficient if they lay out their positions straight up. Ted does that.

People who need a hard look are those who are trying to silence him (mostly Republicans).
 
coldstream
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I saw Ted on CNN yesterday with the smuggest, phonest apology you can imagine for his rant on Obama, delivered through a smirk, a nod and wink.

They replayed the rage fueled diatribe, filled the 1950s insinuations to communists.. and black 'monkeys'. It was grotesque and repulsive. I was never a fan of his music, but i used to find his politics amusing, kind of a charicature of a backwoods macho posturing. But now i just find him pathetic.. an intellectual and moral weakling.. put out at full incoherent decibels pumped up to '11' on the Marshall amp (kind of like his music).

This is what the Republicans roll out to solidify the 'Redneck' vote.. which goes to show how desperate they've become. With Rush Limbaugh's talk show in precipitous decline.. this is what they're left with on their soapbox.. good luck.
Last edited by coldstream; Feb 25th, 2014 at 02:34 PM..
 
Locutus
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Ted Nugent Responds to Critics for Calling President Obama 39SubHuman Mongrel39 on CNN Erin Burnett - YouTube

 
BaalsTears
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Nugent is passionate about his views. But he's way too left for my tastes.
 

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