In a recent interview with Guns.com, right-wing nutjob Ted Nugent referred to President Barack Obama as a “subhuman mongrel” who should face punishment for treason.
“I have obviously failed to galvanize and prod, if not shame enough Americans to be ever vigilant not to let a Chicago communist-raised, communist-educated, communist-nurtured subhuman mongrel like the ACORN community organizer gangster Barack Hussein Obama to weasel his way into the top office of authority in the United States of America,” Nugent continued. “I think America will be America again when Barack Obama, [Attorney General] Eric Holder, Hillary Clinton, [Sen.] Dick Durbin, [former New York City Mayor] Michael Bloomberg and all of the liberal Democrats are in jail facing the just due punishment that their treasonous acts are clearly apparent.”
Watch for yourself (Nugent’s rant really gets offensive at about 1:45).
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“Right wing nutjob” = Voice of NRA?
And you are a left wing nutjob. So what did we just accomplish? Absolutely nothing.
Ted Nugent is seriously mentally ill. Stay away from him. He has gone off the deep end. He is lost and I fear not savable. If he isn’t already on the terrorist watch list, he should be.
Joe, I’m confident he has been reported to the Secret Service. I’ve used them on one occasion involving a TP extremist’s crazy talk and was impressed with their follow up.
The worrisome thing is: Nugent is comfortable saying such slander because it is common in his social set. People may not realize that the President is well aware of such thoughts around him and his family every day. He walks among these people and all the while feeling such raw animosity. Don’t think this doesn’t ware on his well being, and don’t think such anxiety makes him wonder constantly whether he and his family are safe. But, in this over-the-top instance, Nugent should be held accountable for slander. And credibility for anything he says can and should be disregarded.
I would hate to take a journey to the center of HIS mind.
What I am hearing is, “I don’t really want to understand this person”. And I don’t necessarily blame you due to the abrasive style he projects.
Ted’s style is not my style, but at the heart of the matter I think I understand where he is coming from. He is an impatient teacher of pupils such as yourself who are really not pupils (interested) in his issue(s).
His issues are simple and he states, “if you have a problem with the 10 Commandments and the Constitution, then I have a problem with you”.
This is the “root”, the base of his belief system. Agree or not, like it or not, but this is where you need to start. That is if you truly want to work with this person.
That has to be the most bizarre comment you’ve ever left here. Nugent is like a feral dog wearing a cowboy hat. Just how does one ” work ” with a guy like that?
C’mon, nothing bizarre about it. 🙂
But maybe I am giving too much credit to his opposition as “pupils” who really want to understand and solve a problem(s). They’d rather fling rhetoric so Ted just fires back. Who started it? Doesn’t matter.
My point is that being respectful and attempting to understand one another is more constructive. Much as I have done with you. I respect your positions and attempt to understand “the root” of your position. As an example, independent guy starts in the middle with the Penokee Hill mining issue, considers it as moving forward until it has become clear that it is bad for WI. I admit that process did not take long, but at least I went through the process vs. driving a stake in the ground and defending it. Comprendre?
If Nugent is really observing the Ten Commandments, then how has he become so insensitive to the 9th: Thy shalt not bear false witness…which includes, according to Christian tradition, slander, even with a hint of fact which might have detrimental consequences to the victim. I see no “treat thy neighbor as thyself” in any of Nugent’s statements about The President. I see instead, a numbed racist resentment that The President has far exceeded Nugent’s own ambitions. Sorry if my sensibilities are somewhat clouded as well.
Well, you’d have to ask him your question.
I think it demonstrates that to some degree we are all hypocrites whose crap does stink. We are human. Doesn’t mean we can’t be respectful and work together.
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