Ted Nugent, back this week with two pieces in the Washington Times, oozing his usual diplomatic balm.
The first addresses the Aurora shootings. Howard’s solution — put all the mentally ill in jail. It’s liberal’s fault they’re not.
According to the kind, caring and considerate left, you have every right to be a crazy druggie and roam the streets with no means of support …
Years ago the left clamored that mental institutions violated the rights of those with mental illnesses. The American Civil Liberties Union even sued on their behalf. The result was the doors of the cuckoo nests were flung open and the patients stumbled out.
Now they are everywhere. You can’t visit any city in America without encountering dirty people who are severely mentally impaired roaming the streets …
The real discussion that needs to occur in America is how we finally throw off the shackles of political correctness, quit worrying about “feelings” and simply restrict the rights of psychotics by making it easier to lock them up
It’s no White-House-leaked top secret that the business community does not trust the president. His statements, policies and clear and present anti-business agenda have shown contempt for the free enterprise system ever since he took up residence in the White House and began his systematic Cloward-Piven-driven destruction of our economy.
The president and his Fedzilla anti-business cohorts want to reshape America into a socialist state …
Only chumps, punks, bloodsuckers and fools would choose the guy with no [business] experience and who despises the free market. The producers are solidly in the camp of Mitt Romney.
Ted mentions he plays Gibson guitars and that the company is under attack from the government. Which I’ve covered before.
The artist’s conception of Nugent, alongside a push mower and gardening tools, has him in silhouette with Fenders. Doh!