Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Ted Nugent at the NRA Convention 2012


  1. That's how Nugent puts things. No star on the Democratic side has ever made wild remarks, of course.

  2. "No star on the Democratic side has ever made wild remarks, of course."

    I'm sure you can furnish the names of those "stars", yes?

    Ted Nugent; adulterer, draft dodger, absentee deadbeat dad and bullshit artist non-pareil.

    this dreck:

    "The Summer of Drugs
    This summer marks the 40th anniversary of the so-called Summer of Love. Honest and intelligent people will remember it for what it really was: the Summer of Drugs.

    Forty years ago hordes of stoned, dirty, stinky hippies converged on San Francisco to "turn on, tune in, and drop out," which was the calling card of LSD proponent Timothy Leary. Turned off by the work ethic and productive American Dream values of their parents, hippies instead opted for a cowardly, irresponsible lifestyle of random sex, life-destroying drugs and mostly soulless rock music that flourished in San Francisco.

    The Summer of Drugs climaxed with the Monterey Pop Festival [top] which included some truly virtuoso musical talents such as Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin, both of whom would be dead a couple of years later due to drug abuse. Other musical geniuses such as Jim Morrison and Mama Cass would also be dead due to drugs within a few short years. The bodies of chemical-infested, braindead liberal deniers continue to stack up like cordwood.

    As a diehard musician, I terribly miss these very talented people who squandered God's gifts in favor of poison and the joke of hipness. I often wonder what musical peaks they could have climbed had they not gagged to death on their own vomit. Their choice of dope over quality of life, musical talent and meaningful relationships with loved ones can only be categorized as despicably selfish.

    I literally had to step over stoned, drooling fans, band mates, concert promoters and staff to pursue my musical American Dream throughout the 1960s and 1970s. I flushed more dope and cocaine down backstage toilets than I care to remember. In utter frustration I was even forced to punch my way through violent dopers on occasion. So much for peace and love. The DEA should make me an honorary officer.

    I was forced to fire band members and business associates due to mindless, dangerous, illegal drug use. Clean and sober for 59 years, I am still rocking my brains out and approaching my 6,000th concert. Clean and sober is the real party.

    Young people make mistakes. I've made my share, but none that involved placing my life or the lives of others at risk because of dope. I saw first-hand too many destroyed lives and wrecked families to ever want to drool and vomit on myself and call that a good time. I put my heart and soul into creating the best music I possibly could and I went hunting instead. My dream continues with ferocity, thank you.

    The 1960s, a generation that wanted to hold hands, give peace a chance, smoke dope and change the world, changed it all right: for the worse. America is still suffering the horrible consequences of hippies who thought utopia could be found in joints and intentional disconnect.

    A quick study of social statistics before and after the 1960s is quite telling. The rising rates of divorce, high school drop outs, drug use, abortion, sexual diseases and crime, not to mention the exponential expansion of government and taxes, is dramatic. The "if it feels good, do it" lifestyle born of the 1960s has proved to be destructive and deadly.


  3. (cont from previous comment)

    "So now, 40 years later, there are actually people who want to celebrate the anniversary of the Summer of Drugs. Hippies are once again descending on ultra-liberal San Francisco — a city that once wanted to give shopping carts to the homeless — to celebrate and try to remember their dopey days of youth when so many of their musical heroes and friends long ago assumed room temperature by "partying" themselves to death. Nice.

    While I salute and commend the political and cultural activism of the 1960s that fueled the civil rights movement, other than that, the decade is barren of any positive cultural or social impact. Honest people will remember 1967 for what is truly was.

    There is a saying that if you can remember the 1960s, you were not there. I was there and remember the decade in vivid, ugly detail. I remember its toxic underbelly excess because I was caught in the vortex of the music revolution that was sweeping the country, and because my radar was fine-tuned thanks to a clean and sober lifestyle.

    Death due to drugs and the social carnage heaped upon America by hippies is nothing to celebrate. That is a fool's game, but it is quite apparent some burned-out hippies never learn."

    from here (http://online.wsj.com/article/SB118342613870356143.html)

    Teddy Teabagger at his most hyperbolic. What an asshole. I would think that a serial adulterer like Newt Gingrich would be more Ted's taste in politicians.

    1. So your comment is to quote an article by Nugent about how he's been clean and sober for decades and then declare him to be an asshole? You declared him to have committed a number of sexual improprieties, but you quote his position on using chemicals. Are you suggesting that anyone who opposes using drugs or alcohol is an asshole? That is the effect of your comments. The implication is that you support the use of the same. Alcohol I can understand, but illegal drugs?

      But if you can't think of leftist stars who say wild things about candidates that they favor, you haven't been paying attention. Do a little reading about Alec Baldwin, for example.

  4. We read today that the sex-crazed, prostitute porking and adulterers of the Secret Service are looking into Ted's remarks.
    Ted certainly has that bunch in the administration pegged.
    orlin sellers

  5. "So your comment is to quote an article by Nugent about how he's been clean and sober for decades and then declare him to be an asshole?"

    Are you really as fucking stupid as you seem to be? Ted Nugent is no more drug free than I am. He used to get shit-faced and party with the best of them. He's a serial adulterer. You think those things are admirable. Wait, yes, you probably do--he must be your hero in more ways than one.

    orlin, honey:

    What makes you think that the USSS agents on the Presidential detail are new hires since January 2009? I mean that is where your idiocy is headed, yes? You think that the agents are minions of Obama and thus infected with the same cooties that he's got?

  6. Dc, vinegar: If you would have watched the video you would understand what I was referring. Only and idiot would think that I think the agents are part of the gang in the White House.
    I don't know what your problem is, but I betcha it's hard to pronounce.
    orlin, honey

  7. democommie: "Ted Nugent; adulterer, draft dodger, absentee deadbeat dad and bullshit artist non-pareil."

    Amen, brother. The best part is "draft-dodger." The fact that Ted didn't do a little time in Nam should be a deal-breaker for all those dummies who were nodding their heads in agreement listening to his bullshit. But, it's not, apparently.

    He's a glib, fast-talking, con-man and his audience is that type that is susceptible.

    1. Mikeb said: The best part is "draft-dodger."

      You mean like Clinton?
      Interesting for a guy so anti-gun, that you think Nugent should have gone to another nation and shot and killed yellow people who had done us no wrong.
      Why don't you take your anti-gun message to the next Vietnam Vets Motorcycle Rally.
      orlin sellers

    2. I think I'll skip that motorcycle rally, but my point about Ted was this. A guy who avoided the military and later dresses like he does and talks like he does is a hypocrite.

  8. Aw, poor orlin, he sez something as massively stupid as:

    "Ted certainly has that bunch in the administration pegged."

    without any realization that he is in fact saying that the CURRENT administration is responsible for the USSS agents' sexual proclivities and retaliatory investigation of Teddy Teabagger (although I have no idea how the two are related except for the Tedsters noted appetites for young hookers and groupies)--and that the current administration is the OBAMA administration. Sorry to make you all sadfacey, orlin, but that's a big ol' can FAIL.

    "I don't know what your problem is, but I betcha it's hard to pronounce."

    As is much of the english language for someone like you. Actually orlin, it's not so much a problem for me; it's just that I don't tolerate ill-conceived comments by unlearned bozoz like you--thus the pointing and laughing.

    1. Dc vinegar, only one problem with your nonsense, Ted never said a word about the SS. But, facts don't seem to be important to you, you just make shit up as you go along.
      I guess you never learned that each paragraph has a distinct meaning. Notice: there were two to my comment
      Maybe you should contact Greg to help with some basic elementary level education. So far you seem to be at about the level of an unborn.
      orlin sellers

  9. Looks like sweaty Teddy might be in some trouble.

  10. I think we should all take the same stand on Ted Nugent's ramblings as Dog Gone took to the threat to voters that the Philadelphia New Black panther Party presented......

    That is that they he/they are a a joke/entertainers......

  11. Aw, tommy, are you fallin' into the same bonfire of teh burnin' stoopit that consumes so many with it's "flames of false equivalency". Teddy Teabagger is a dick, a hasbeen (if, he in fact ever was an) musical entertainer and a gunzloon. That last item is prolly what makes him popular on the GC&LC*. But he does have significantly better access to the SCLM than the PNBP, now or ever.

    And, gosh, it looks like Teddy's gonna have a little more free time this summer, per this article:0


    And it's nice to see that Teddy's pottymouth re: anyone that's not part of his batshit KKKrazzeepants constituency can be toned down--when he's talking to people who can fuck up his schedule massively.

    "Tasked with protecting the president, Secret Service personnel decided they needed to talk to Nugent, 63, after his remarks at last weekend's NRA convention in St. Louis in which the longtime gun-rights and hunting activist and conservative said, "If Barack Obama becomes the president in November again, I will either be dead or in jail by this time next year."

    In a statement on his website Thursday, Nugent said he met with "two fine, professional Secret Service agents" in Oklahoma -- he's playing Thursday in Ardmore -- and called it a "good, solid, professional meeting concluding that I have never made any threats of violence towards anyone. The meeting could not have gone better."

    Yeah, orlin sellers, Teddy's really got 'em pegged.

    Thanks to both you and tommy for playing, pick up a replacement asshat on your way out.

    * Gunzloonz Concert & Lecture Circuit