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    Ted Nugent: Memo to media: truth marketable
    Right-thinking views wouldn't draw such readership if they weren't right-on

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    Buzz]http://www.wacotrib.com%252Fservices%252Fcontent%252Fnews %252Fopinion%252Fstories%252Fnugent%252F2008%252F0 8%252F24%252F08242008_wac_nugent.html]Buzz up![/url]By Ted Nugent, Texas Wildman

    Sunday, August 24, 2008

    Much to the chagrin of my liberal neighbors in Central Texas, the damn Yankee guitarboy from Detroit just keeps on raising Cain.

    With pure, unstoppable, logic-driven defiance coursing through my veins and slamming through my fingertips, I am compelled to exercise my glowing, unstoppable "we the people" crowbar of truth in spite of the anti-Texan editorial policy running rampant in the newspapers across this otherwise Great Republic.



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    Ted Nugent
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    I keep looking, but for the life of me I cannot find any real Texans who agree with John Young. Go figure.

    That I better and more accurately represent the Great Texas Spirit than my editors is tragic.

    I shall carry on.

    Since finally coming home to Texas, and after recoiling in shocking disbelief at the very un-Texas-like drivel I read in every major newspaper in the state, I decided a simple letter to the editor wasn't quite "we the people" enough for me.

    It was time to insert the pulse of the best, most productive, real American Texan's point of view into the hometown newspaper.

    I've been told that the online hits on my columns are more than one thousand times that of the liberal writers. Duh.

    Of course, the lunatic fringe got its diapers all in a tizzy, questioning just who I thought I was barging in here like this, daring to express myself and defy the entrenched lefties. Clearly, I am far beyond the thinking stage, as if I need anyone's authorization or to qualify my credentials in order to flex my First Amendment-guaranteed, God-given rights.

    Step aside, you pathetic little squawkersheep. There's a new sheriff in town, and he ain't backing down.

    We're better shots

    I'm from Detroit. It's not a murder capital because folks are more violent. We are just better damn shots. Get over it.

    With all due respect to the socialist fantasies of my fellow writers and editors, and being the only author on the Trib staff with two New York Times best-sellers with an annual readership that dwarfs my "professional" comrades, little ol' humble me shall carry on, thank you, with more confidence and supported authority than my journalistic brethren. Guitar players just wanna have fun.

    So as I bring in national and global media to conduct interviews, representing the most positive and productive of Texas and America, I will continue to celebrate and promote the self-evident truths that still inspire and guide the vast majority of good people everywhere. Get used to it.

    * We know that hunting, fishing and trapping are perfect.

    * We know that to keep and bear arms is an individual, God-given right.

    * We know that "keep" means "it's mine, you can't have it," and that "bear" means "I've got it right here on me."

    * We know what "shall not be infringed" means.

    * We know all too well that "gun-free zones" are a guaranteed recipe for disaster.

    * We know that the current system of over-taxation cripples entrepreneurs and small businesses while rewarding the most slovenly amongst us.

    * We know that upon the death of a loved family member, the government has no rational right to one red cent of our families' after-tax savings.

    * We know that the IRS is a joke.

    * We know that throwing money at our failed education system will make it worse.

    * We know that the current system of testing students is counterproductive to actually teaching them.

    * We know that violent criminals should never be let out of their cages.

    * We know that child predators should be put to death.

    * We know that you cannot live the American Dream without speaking English. Properly.

    * We know that generations of welfare brats are slaves to soulless policies.

    * We know that Rev. Jeremiah Wright is a racist.

    * We know that David Koresh was loony, but the government was guilty of criminal acts against its citizens in how its agents dealt with him.

    * We know that ethanol is a joke.

    * We know that Willie Nelson is stoned.

    * We know America is doomed if we don't secure our borders from illegal invaders.

    * We know that Hillary and Obama have made it clear they want to ruin America.

    * We don't know what the hell John McCain wants to do.

    * We know what "Don't Tread on Me" means.

    God bless America and God bless Texas. Ted Nugent loves you.

    Ted Nugent is a Waco-based musician and television show host. Contact him directly at tednugent.com.

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    "Preach on" uncle Ted

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    Bearing in mind that I know several people he knows or has worked with, I think Ted comes off as too much of a jack ass. He offends a lot of people that he should be seeking to unite. I agree with much of what he says, but he tends to come off as an in your face jerk. I appreciate all his efforts and his great music, and he sure was fun to talk to in person when I met him at the range and at an expo, but I don't think he's the best public speaker for gun rights and hunting. He gets too hard core with his republican principles and uses a lot of analogies that offend people.

    But oh well. He is what he is, and I'm glad he's out there spreading the word of guns and hunting around.


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    I'd have to pretty much agree with his entire "we know that..." list. I don't agree with him often on all points, but I do respect his enthusiasm.
    Bob Owens @ Bearing Arms (paraphrased): "These people aren't against violence; they're very much in favor of violence. They're against armed resistance."

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    deepdiver wrote:
    I'd have to pretty much agree with his entire "we know that..." list. I don't agree with him often on all points, but I do respect his enthusiasm.
    * We know that Hillary and Obama have made it clear they want to ruin America.

    * We don't know what the hell John McCain wants to do.



    Yeah, I absolutely agree with these two.

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    * We know that ethanol is a joke. Unless mixed with the correct ingredients.
    The thing about common sense is....it ain't too common.
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    10% ethanol seems to have messed up my engine, and it's definitely lowered my mileage. May the corn lobby jerks who pushed that through to law rot in hell.
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    Michigander wrote:
    10% ethanol seems to have messed up my engine, and it's definitely lowered my mileage. May the corn lobby jerks who pushed that through to law rot in hell.
    That's just not possible! Al Gore said your car would be fine and the environment would be better off to boot, so it must be true. And you sir, must be mistaken :shock:

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    rodbender wrote:
    * We know that ethanol is a joke. Unless mixed with the correct ingredients.
    ethanol when made properly is an excellent source of energy. it has fueled mountain born Southerners for decades...

    http://community.livinglakecountry.c...anol-scam.aspx



    it just wasn't made to fuel their vehicles...



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    Michigander wrote:
    Bearing in mind that I know several people he knows or has worked with, I think Ted comes off as too much of a jack ass. He offends a lot of people that he should be seeking to unite. I agree with much of what he says, but he tends to come off as an in your face jerk. I appreciate all his efforts and his great music, and he sure was fun to talk to in person when I met him at the range and at an expo, but I don't think he's the best public speaker for gun rights and hunting. He gets too hard core with his republican principles and uses a lot of analogies that offend people.

    But oh well. He is what he is, and I'm glad he's out there spreading the word of guns and hunting around.

    You sir have a great point, and my GF always point out the same thing, however...

    How often do you here Pelosi or Kennedy say something that doesn't make your blood boil? Those that would choose to take away our rights do so in such a sadistic, evil, back handed way. Those against us and by us I mean any freedom loving liberty addicts, feels the sting of the words and tricks used by the anti's.

    So whereas Ted may come off harsh I appriciate his honesty. He isn't lying or concealing how he feels about anything. The man speaks the truth and if that truth rubs someone the wrong way, than maybe they need to rethink how the see this country and how they feel it should operate.

    Give me a battalion of Teds and a company or two of Hestons and I swear we could win back the 2A for what it is suppose to mean.

    "Shall NOT be INFRINGED!"

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    WhiteFeather wrote:
    How often do you here Pelosi or Kennedy say something that doesn't make your blood boil?
    All the time, it normally makes me want to puke.
    The thing about common sense is....it ain't too common.
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    +1000 Whitefeather!!!!

    Ted may use "harsh" language, but it definitely gets your attention and the point across!!!!!!!

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    rodbender wrote:
    WhiteFeather wrote:
    How often do you here Pelosi or Kennedy say something that doesn't make your blood boil?
    All the time, it normally makes me want to puke.
    Speaking of Ted Kennedy: I wonder if the Kopechne family sent him a "get well" card?

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    Alexcabbie wrote:
    rodbender wrote:
    WhiteFeather wrote:
    How often do you here Pelosi or Kennedy say something that doesn't make your blood boil?
    All the time, it normally makes me want to puke.
    Speaking of Ted Kennedy: I wonder if the Kopechne family sent him a "get well" card?
    Oh, that was cold.....and frikkin hilarious!

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    unreconstructed1 wrote:
    ethanol when made properly is an excellent source of energy. it has fueled mountain born Southerners for decades...

    .....it just wasn't made to fuel their vehicles...
    HAAAhahahaha!!!

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    Anyone complaining about Ted Nugent needs to check their reproductive organs in until they prove they are worthy of having them.
    Why open carry? Because 1911 > 911.

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    Ted speaking at a recent concert in the UK:



    "I understand that London has a knife problem. That's because you took everybody's guns away.

    If you had a f***ing gun you could shoot the motherf*****s with the knife. Do you need me to explain that to you dumb Limey motherf******? In Detroit, we don't have a knife problem. The knife motherf*****s got a Ted problem.

    "Oooh, he's got a knife, I'll pretend I'm from England. [Imitates firing a gun]. Take that motherf****r. [Then pretends to call 911]: 'You might wanna bring a dustpan and broom because there's a big puddle of **** on the sidewalk'. That's what you call a deterrent. That motherf****r ain't gonna knife no-one ever again."



    A little over the top... But very Ted

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