02.19.14

Nugent calls enemies Nazis, spells Goebbels wrong

Posted in Culture of Lickspittle, Psychopath & Sociopath, Ted Nugent at 11:07 am by George Smith

Overnight Ted Nugent was criticized by Wolf Blitzer of CNN for a comment, now about a month old, in which he called the President a “subhuman mongrel.”

The segment, in connection with Texas Republican gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott’s choice to use Nugent as a public campaign booster, immediately spawned a Twitter response from America’s most public bigot.

From Media Matters:

This is most ungenerous since it is the mainstream media that butters Ted’s bread. It has made made him enough of a national celebrity to guarantee he earns more money being WhiteManistan’s favorite racist than actually playing guitar to riffraff on the county fair and casino circuit.

In any case, blog readers know Nugent always calls his enemies Nazis. And (Mao-Tse Tung Fan Club) Commies, although the latter seems to have gone to into disuse over the last six months.

In January of this year Nugent compared movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, who is Jewish, to Joseph Goebbels. And the parents of CNN’s Wolf Blitzer were Holocaust survivors.

And, writes Media Matters: “In March 2013, Nugent compared Obama to ‘a German in 1938 pretending to respect the Jews and then going home and putting on his brown shirt and forcing his neighbors onto a train to be burned to death.’ ”

Of course, it’s not news to readers that Nugent is both repugnant and a gold-plated idiot. If you’re going to repeatedly compare your enemies to Joseph Goebbels, perhaps you ought to be able to get the Nazi’s name right before blurting it out with whatever comes into your head.

In the future perhaps Himmler would be easier to spell.

Ted Nugent, as a psychopath, is certainly the best man for the Republican Party as well as another pretty good example of daily malice and indecency as American virtues.

3 Comments

  1. Ted Jr. said,

    February 19, 2014 at 2:14 pm

    “In the future perhaps Himmler would be easier to spell.”

    I can forgive Ted Sr. a spelling mistake or three, because it happens to the worst of us.

    But the real burning question is, ‘does he pronounce the name Gurbils?’ like Bill Moyes used to?

    That I would find unforgivable.

  2. George Smith said,

    February 19, 2014 at 2:28 pm

    There has to be some kind of landmark achieved in the comparing of individual Jewish people to Joseph Goebbels. I’m not sure that could be duplicated in any other country except here. Our national exceptionalism at work.

  3. Pete Secrutz said,

    February 20, 2014 at 7:46 am

    “For it’s the land unknown to man
    Where fantasy is fact
    So if you can, please understand
    You might not come back”

    Sums up Ted’s mind.