Ted Nugent explains where racism comes from

Posted in Extremism, Ted Nugent, WhiteManistan at 12:03 pm by George Smith

And you won’t believe the transcript.

I listened to him so you don’t have to.

At RockNYC:

“I never smelled racism. I never heard of any racism except this celebration of divisiveness in the media, academia and by our own government. So when I hear the racism from a gun-running attorney journal and they side with an Al ‘Not So’ Sharpton racist mongrel, it breaks my heart because nowhere in the Nugent world, nowhere on tour, nowhere in my hunting camps, nowhere in the school activities or the charity activities, nowhere can I find racism except coming out of the White House!???

And that’s just one of the eye-watering parts. Follow the link for the rest.


  1. anon said,

    April 3, 2015 at 12:44 pm

    Looks for the location of the sun in the sky.
    Checks time on cellular phone.
    Licks tip of finger, points it toward the sky.
    Waits, checks time again…

    We are sorry to announce that irony and satire will remain functionally dead for another year. Will the sane people please return to their bunkers in a quiet and orderly fashion?

    We thank you again for your patience and understanding.

  2. George Smith said,

    April 3, 2015 at 1:36 pm

    I bet you didn’t know he was an economist, too. Nugent explains the “free market”…


    I would’ve explained it a little more briefly. In the American free market, labor works for almost free, or completely so.

    Robert Reich’s April Fool’s day column also summarized it. Unfortunately, it’s not a joke: “The rich don’t work anymore — working is for poor people.”

    Paradoxically, he explains part of this was started by the President he worked for, Bill Clinton. Clinton “reformed” welfare by adding a work requirement. This did not, Reich says, reduce poverty as many claimed it would, and still do. Instead: “They’ve just moved poor people from being unemployed and impoverished to being employed and impoverished.”

    And so the economy is stagnant for most people, except the wealthy and their servants who work in the gigantic national security infrastructure. “Impoverished” people can’t buy much except essentials so there’s a lack of demand in the “consumer” society. This matters very little to the wealthy because their piles of capital are fine, accumulating value at a great pace just by dint of their size.


    As for Reich, he left the Clinton administration because, and he admits it in his movie, they weren’t listening to him.

    With Hillary running, “Stillson for President!” becomes a distinct possibility. She is by no means a populist.