Threat on Ted Nugent's life...my money is on Ted.

Threat on Ted Nugent's life...my money is on Ted.

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    Threat on Ted Nugent's life...my money is on Ted.

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    Democrat blogger wants to shoot Rush Limbaugh
    Also calls for volunteer to assassinate Ted Nugent

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    Rush Limbaugh

    A Democratic Party blogger says he wants to shoot Rush Limbaugh and is calling for volunteers to assassinate rock star Ted Nugent, who champions the Second Amendment.

    Hart Williams, a former writer for porn magazine Hustler and who now toils for the Democratic Daily, was waxing incoherent about a recent Wall Street Journal op-ed by Nugent, complaining that it was likely ghost-written.

    "How we can remain 'civil' in the face of this is beyond my ken," wrote Williams. "I will only reiterate what I've said WHEN they manage to inevitably push their litany of hatespeak into actual bloodletting, and full-blown civil war (for there is no other place that this hatred of American against American can go), well ... I've got dibs on Rush, as soon as it's legal and lawful to shoot him. Whoever wants Ted Nugent is welcome to him, but I would prefer that you would call it now, so as to conserve on ammunition. We will need to manage it prudently. But when the day comes that they have finally set brother against brother, and sister against sister in the name of their pocketbooks, I won't approach exterminating them with anything approaching remorse. They've already told me what they think of me, of my friends and of my peers. Now, I'm returning the favor. Put that in your pipe and have the WSJ editorial staff show you how to smoke it, Nugent. Courage."

    The Democratic Daily is the brainchild of Pamela Leavey, whose claim to fame is working as a volunteer writer for JohnKerry.com during the 2004 election cycle. Her site describes her as a writer, entrepreneur and single mother living in Southern California.

    Williams identified himself as a former editor of Hustler, who, among other duties, read letters from readers on their "real-life" sexual experiences.

    He says that job showed him writing is more difficult than it looks. His point being that Nugent's op-ed was so tightly written it had to have been ghost-written.

    He made a similar point about Chuck Norris' columns in WND.

    "I have no doubt that it was heavily rewritten by the WSJ staff, if not – as is too often the case with our books, our articles, and columns by 'famous' people – entirely ghost-written, with a vague idea of where Nugent either stood, or what he was willing to 'say,'" wrote Williams.

    He continued: "A good (alleged) example is Chuck Norris' 'column' on the WorldNetDaily website. Joseph Farah, the malady behind the WND internet publishing empire loves 'celebrity' columns, and I have no doubt that virtually none of the 'celebrities' involved ever lifts a finger to have those columns written. This is the dirty secret of American publishing for a century and more. The vast amount of ghost-written, and simply written to go with a 'licensed' name (recognizable, 'celebrity') adds to a staggering heap of lies."

    http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/ar...TICLE_ID=56569

    My money would be on Ted.
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    What a moron.

    But the real story here is this: had Rush or Ted called for this idiots assassination, there would be no end to the wringing of hands and whining of the Liberal press.
    There would be hell to pay and for days if not weeks the Libs would be putting it in headlines and as lead stories on the network news casts.

    They can call for us to be killed because we don't think the way they want us to but, if we say something that they do not like, and it doesn't have to be a call for them to be killed as this fool has done, they can't stop screaming about it.

    Liberals are the most illogical people on the planet. What happens in childhood or during birth that causes someone to become a Liberal. It has to be some type of brain damage. Maybe a birth defect? It has to be something like that.
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    Frightening to say the least.

    I don't know what makes someone so angry and spiteful that they are willing to call on crowds to murder innocent men because of their political standings.

    Perhaps these people need to go back and learn a lesson about respecting other's right to free speech.
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    My husband just pointed out....in a civil war (like this guy is perdicting) how do the anti 2nd amendment morons think they can win. The supporters of the 2nd amendment are better armed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spirit51 View Post
    My husband just pointed out....in a civil war (like this guy is perdicting) how do the anti 2nd amendment morons think they can win. The supporters of the 2nd amendment are better armed.
    They intend to bludgeon us senseless with politically correct garbage and keep us up for weeks on end with love-in drum circles. Then once we're incapacitated they'll all get stoned, come eat us out of house and home, and leave us to starve to death.
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    On the upside, this guy obviously believes in individual ownership of firearms.

    That's really the only positive thing I can say about him. What a mook.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TN_Mike View Post
    Liberals are the most illogical people on the planet. What happens in childhood or during birth that causes someone to become a Liberal. It has to be some type of brain damage. Maybe a birth defect? It has to be something like that.
    Sometimes college will do it to ya. You wouldn't believe some of the moonbats walking around the campus where I work. There's a few of us conservatives but we keep a low profile.

    A walk through the staff/faculty parking lots and reading some of the bumper stickers is always entertaining.

    Starting with this last recent primary election, I save my round "I voted today" stickers. I discovered that they cover the little red circle/slash on the "no guns" signs on the building doors really well.

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    The hatred spewed forth from liberals is un-dang-real! I have some liberal neighbors who would like to see our president shot, what sick bastadges. Liberalism is a mental disorder.

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    I read Uncle Ted's piece the other day, and FWIW, I don't think it's ghostwritten, or even (very) heavily edited.

    And as for someone attempting to kill the Nuge?

    Those idiots would have to hire someone in order to have any hope of getting the job done.

    Oh, yeah, and I missed the obvious: they don't believe in gun ownership, except to the extent it helps them kill of people with whom they disagree.

    I need to leave my keyboard now, 'cause I don 't want to get (any more) vomit under the keys....
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    Hypocrisy is soooo ugly - call to ban all guns on one hand, but then publically advocate for the deliberate murder of two people on the other? If anything happens to either one of these entertainers,the first focus should be this nincompoop.
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    The writer didn't actually call for the assassination of Rush or the Nuge. He said that when the civil war (that he somehow thinks Ted Nugent wants) starts, he wants Rush and he thinks somebody should call the shot on Ted Nugent now so that, when the time comes, they won't waste so much ammo.

    Of course, I don't understand what he means by "legal and lawful". Oh, I see. He means when his people take over the government in a bloody coup and place a price on their heads.

    For a writer to leave his thoughts on paper in such an ambiguous and easily misunderstood form like this - maybe he needs a ghostwriter?
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    I think he's trying to tell us that left wing liberals and porn magazine publishers are the only people who are capable of writing coherent texts.

    Well now I no Im not a lefty, cuz I caint rite as gud as them. They prolly had a lot uh skoolin to lern that fancy righten at them libral kolleges. Acklease I kin reed a littel tho.
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    my 1st thought is....BRING IT ON. Ted might not be the best, but he has the tactical advantage...he has a GUN. They'd have to try to take him on his land...where he hunts...well. He knows every little hill and valley. It would be like trying to find Bigfoot...until he wanted you to see him stand up sighting you through a high power scope.

    Why is it all these peace loving morons advocate killing someone based on nothing more than their political stance. Threatening to call someone who is THAT much of a "gun nut" is akin to rubbing yourself down with bacon and getting mad when the Pit Bull takes a chunk out of your leg. Makes you want to go up to them, smack them in the back of the head (like Gibbs on NCIS) and ask them WHAT THE HE DOUBLETOOTHPICKS DID YOU THINK WAS GOING TO HAPPEN YOU MORON

    If one of "our side" were to say anything at ALL about Rosie, or any of "them' it would be splashed all over CNN, MSNBC, all the left rags on the newsstands, the FBI, NAACP, ACLU all the alphabet agencies would be lining up to crucify us.
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    ANYONE who would work for a Larry Flynt owned organization is a morally depraved pervert to begin with. This guy needs a serious stomping in order to realign his moral values. Some people only understand pain.......
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    Ted Nugent was awesome when he rocked our faces, but now his "hunter" character is lame.

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