Today’s Nugent is hard to untangle. Other than the virulent opposition to Obamacare, Nugent constructs the argument that it must be aborted because it doesn’t abort abortion.
Buried within it is the conspiracy theory that government coverage of abortion is a strategy to win the votes of liberals and the poor because they allegedly get so many of them.
I was weighing whether or not this is what Nugent really meant. On one hand, it might be just an incidental interpretation — because the copy editor gave up trying to straighten Ted’s prose out.
However, on the other, it’s so inflammatory it’s right in Ted character.
The president desperately needs the pro-abortion crowd. He knows they constitute a core base of the Democratic Party, and that he can’t further alienate the extreme left wing who believe in providing shopping carts to the homeless. Even though half of all African-American pregnancies end in abortion, aborted masses of fetal tissue simply doesn’t [sic] matter when there is a re-election campaign to plan. Winning elections at all costs is what really counts.
At their core, liberals have few, if any, moral or ethical principles that matter. They desperately try to spin a good game about so-called reproductive rights, health care, education, crime, illegal immigration, etc., but what liberals really want is more power and control, a principle in line with the commie Three Stooges of Fidel Castro, Hugo Chavez and the deceased Che Guevara.
In other news, Nugent is off the hook in South Dakota on whether he hunted without proper licensing as part of a pep rally for a local Tea Party group.