Ted Nugent's message to Obama

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    Let the "Spin and Misinterpitations"begin!

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    I think Ted Nugent is a nit-wit and I don't agree with his sentiments. Nonetheless, I believe he had a right to say what he did even if it is inflammatory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pistology View Post
    I'm not saying that you're a lackadaisical patriot, but you sound like a sleepy guy, Doghandler. It doesn't matter if it's the HUAC making careers at the expense of innocent Americans, Lyndon Johnson's usurping war powers, Ollie North selling arms to Iran to support a fight in Central America that congress voted down, Slick Willy with lying to congress about adultery while in office, W. Bush with the Patriot Act. Clearly, Obama cares more for Obamacare than for 2A.
    In my life, abuse of the Constitution calls for active, intelligent response. Americans are supposed to be vigilant to abuse of our government. Yeah, you could say we'll be here until the end, whatever that means.
    I agree that TN spoke with more hyperbole than substance. Maybe he thought that we could fill in the blanks. I guess you're saying that he's sounding a false alarm. If we can't know, then whom?
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    Quote Originally Posted by accessbob View Post
    And the pot calls the kettle black... We are truly surrounded by 'tards.
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    "The Constitution is not an instrument for the government to restrain the people, it is an instrument for the people to restrain the government - lest it come to dominate our lives and interests." - Patrick Henry

    I encourage each of you to read and reread the above statement. Whether we agree or disagree as to the PC of Ted, we should all wake up and understand that more than ever before, our survival as a country is dependant on each and every one of us being vigilant in our own way and standing up for our rights. Our nation was conceived to protect the inalienable rights of life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness of the individual, NOT of the collective or groups of special interests. The miracle of the Constitution is the simple genius of limited government and its singular devotion to protecting individual liberty. The problem is that politicians and bureaucrats often think they know better than the people who wrote our constitution and do not know their own limitations declared by the constitution and make it their business to mind ours and do as they wish. IF you can't see that this is what is happening under the current regime, then all I can say is - you have your head in the sand! Part of being vigilant and aware of how our constitution can and is being violated, are discussions such as what we are having now, here in this forum and across the country. If you sit at home in November, and do nothing to change the course that our government is now pursuing, then you have NO right to impart your opinion on others, either in this forum, in conversation with your neighbors, or otherwise. Doing nothing will simply contribute to our path to socialism. Do what you wish - I'm not only going to vote, I'm going to encourage everyone within speaking distance, mailing distance, phoning distance, etc ...to do the same. Our country CAN NOT survive on it's current path. JMO
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pistology View Post
    I'm not saying that you're a lackadaisical patriot, but you sound like a sleepy guy, Doghandler. It doesn't matter if it's the HUAC making careers at the expense of innocent Americans, Lyndon Johnson's usurping war powers, Ollie North selling arms to Iran to support a fight in Central America that congress voted down, Slick Willy with lying to congress about adultery while in office, W. Bush with the Patriot Act. Clearly, Obama cares more for Obamacare than for 2A.
    In my life, abuse of the Constitution calls for active, intelligent response. Americans are supposed to be vigilant to abuse of our government. Yeah, you could say we'll be here until the end, whatever that means.
    I agree that TN spoke with more hyperbole than substance. Maybe he thought that we could fill in the blanks. I guess you're saying that he's sounding a false alarm. If we can't know, then whom?
    We are focusing on the presidency, but active and intelligent response would be to reject all that are not qualified (not just pick the lesser of two evils). I refuse to vote for Obama, but I'm not excited about voting for Romney either. We all make the assumption that Romney can't be worse than Obama, but there is no real evidence to support this. We need to change it all, the system, the senators, the representatives. We need to send a clear message that if you are not for America (the people and the constitution) we will fire you!!! Right now I feel we are going to trade one idiot for another and may not be any better off in 4 years.
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    This is news....Come on. It was a figure of speech. The media has there heads so far up the liberals butts, it isnt funny.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harryball View Post
    This is news....Come on. It was a figure of speech. The media has there heads so far up the liberals butts, it isnt funny.....
    Anything they can do to try to sway the election is just okay.
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    "If the coyote's in your living room, ******* on your couch, it's not the coyote's fault. It's your fault for not shooting him," Nugent said. Sorry, I don't think he is talking about things on four legs or equating "shooting" with "voting against".
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    Getting back on the topic of Ted...When he makes such inflammatory remarks it sets a stage for violence. His crazy talk suggests that the President had better be removed by vote and if that doesn't happen then shoot him like a coyote. Did he really mean to assassinate the President? The answer is, to some people, 'yes' there are plenty of people who heard those words and liked what they heard and interpreted it exactly that way. Anyone who thinks assassination is the answer is a complete fool that wants to take this country down to it's knees through criminal action. A disgrace to America.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rickohio View Post
    "If the coyote's in your living room, ******* on your couch, it's not the coyote's fault. It's your fault for not shooting him," Nugent said. Sorry, I don't think he is talking about things on four legs or equating "shooting" with "voting against".
    Quote Originally Posted by Sig35seven View Post
    Getting back on the topic of Ted...When he makes such inflammatory remarks it sets a stage for violence. His crazy talk suggests that the President had better be removed by vote and if that doesn't happen then shoot him like a coyote. Did he really mean to assassinate the President? The answer is, to some people, 'yes' there are plenty of people who heard those words and liked what they heard and interpreted it exactly that way. Anyone who thinks assassination is the answer is a complete fool that wants to take this country down to it's knees through criminal action. A disgrace to America.
    So you think part of that quote is figurative and the other is literal? Sounds to me like you're making a death threat out of a metaphor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RichB70 View Post
    I agree with Ted Nugent 100% and I like the way he said it. The days of PC have to stop and we need to take our country back.
    While, I agree with Ted's sentiment and the fact the he had the 'brass' to come out and say it, I think he could have done it differently and made a larger (and better) effect.

    I agree completely that the days of PC need to be over with- it's not going to happen.

    Under our current administration, you have to be PC, and you can't speak your mind without getting in trouble.
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    Hopefully Uncle Ted gets a visit from the Secret Service and then water boarded. You don't threaten our POTUS or national security. Uncle Ted is nothing but a coward and an Un-American idiot who brings shame to our nation with his history of sleeping with underage girls, drug use, and stupid comments. I don't understand why everyone thinks threatening the lives of our senior officials is funny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oneshot View Post
    I think most of the warm and fuzzy Doo Gooders who wanted to "be a part of it", (electing the 1st. AA to POTUS) will come to their senses in November, and put this dinglehopper out to pasture.
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    Nobody, and I mean nobody in the entertainment world past or present, will/has stood up for OUR collectrive right to hunt, Keep and Bear Arms, defend yourself and your loved ones , and just plain live it up, than the good ole' Nuge.

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    When it came time to standup he crapped his pants and made sure he didn't have to answer the call to serve. He is no patriot.

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