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2nd Amendment-Nugent Style

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posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 02:01 PM
2nd Amendment-Nugent Style

Now, a good question is asked by Ted Nugent in this short interview.

"Am I wierd?"

I digress

posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 02:06 PM
The Motor City Madman telling it as it should be. Good interview.

posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 02:28 PM
reply to post by imd12c4funn

EXCELLENT VIDEO!!! If Nugent would run for Prez, I would actually go register and vote for him. His stance on gun control is exactly the same as my own. Repeat sex offenders need to be removed from society and made an example of publicly, like the hangings they used to do in a town square. I bet there would be a lot less crime if they knew they would be killed in front of everybody.

posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 02:32 PM
Gotta love the Nuuge! Short, sweet, to the point and on target as always.

He knows the deal. The system cannot and is not designed to protect you from a random act of violence. So why then would that same system look to curtail your ability to do what they can't? The answer is simple.

They would rather us see something and say something rather than see something and shoot it because they spent a lot of time effort and money training the charlatans they claim are attacking us!

posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 02:53 PM

Ted Nugent - Vietnam War Draft Dodger - defecated/urinated in pants 10 days - "I did not want to get my ass blown off in Vietnam"

CLOSE [X] (See original document pictured.) "Since we've been discussing Ted Nugent lately, this seemed a good time to bring up Nugent's draft dodging. It's well known that Nugent claims to have gone to great lengths to flunk his Draft Board physical. What's not so well-known is that he got a student deferment at the same time he was touring with his rock band, putting in an average of 300 shows a year More... How was he going to school and touring that much at the same time?

One of our readers sent me a copy of an extract of Nugent's Selective Service records, obtained via a FOIA request (copy below). As you can see, Nugent received student deferments in 1967 (1-S) and 1968 (2-S). But according to the Internet Movie Data Base website, Nugent has been "performing professionally since 1958, non-stop yearly touring since 1967, averaging more than 300 shows per year '67-73." Hmm, that would include the two years he was supposedly too wrapped up in his studies to be serving his country.

But that hasn't stopped Nugent from insisting that if he HAD served, he would have been one big mofo soldier. As the Rutland Herald reported, Here's what Nugent said he would have done if he went to Vietnam:

"... if I would have gone over there, I'd have been killed, or I'd have killed, or I'd kill all the hippies in the foxholes ... I would have killed everybody," he told the Detroit Free Press in an interview published July 15, 1990."

The Herald also noted that Nugent's efforts to avoid the draft make President Bush look like a war hero.

(Nugent claims) that 30 days before his Draft Board Physical, he stopped all forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days he ingested nothing but junk food and Pepsi, and a week before his physical, he stopped using the bathroom altogether, virtually living inside his pants caked with excrement and urine. That spectacle won Nugent a deferment.

Sean Hannity went to ridiculous lengths Friday night (8/24/07) to defend Nugent's threatening rants against Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. FOX & Friends whitewashed Nugent's comments the next day. Apparently, this "patriot" can do no wrong on the "We like America" network."
(News Hounds, Aug.26, 2007)



"Renegade right-winger Ted Nugent recently went on a vicious onstage rant in which he threatened the lives of Democratic presidential candidates Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. Decked out in full-on camouflage hunting gear, Nugent wielded two machine guns while raging, "Obama, he's a piece of #. I told him to suck on my machine gun. Hey Hillary," he continued. "You might want to ride one of these into the sunset, you worthless bitch." Nugent summed up his eloquent speech by screaming "freedom!"

This isn't the first time Nugent has been caught spewing hatred. Last January, the guitarist caused a scandal for Republican Texas governor Rick Perry when he wore a Confederate flag shirt and insulted immigrants at Perry's inauguration event. In July, Nugent was quoted in a Wall Street Journal story blaming "stoned, dirty, stinky hippies" for "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."
(Rolling Stone, Aug.24, 2007)< br /> /yplkyz



"In that 1990 interview with the Free Press and from information collected from the Chickenhawk Web site, Nugent told about how he avoided the draft: "He claims that 30 days before his Draft Board Physical, he stopped all forms of personal hygiene. The last 10 days he ingested nothing but junk food and Pepsi, and a week before his physical, he stopped using the bathroom altogether, virtually living inside his pants caked with excrement and urine. That spectacle won Nugent a deferment."

It says volumes about the character of a man who calls himself the Motor City Madman. The Detroit native went out of his way to avoid the defining experience of his generation, then has the gall to talk about how eagerly he would have killed, "if" he had served."
(Rutland Herald, May 28, 2006)



"He has the rage, but he doesn't have the war record. At 18, he was called up to serve in Vietnam. "In 1977 you gave an interview to High Times [the cannabis user's journal of record] where you claimed you defecated in your clothes to avoid the draft."

("I got 30 days' notice of the physical," Nugent told them. "I ceased cleansing my body. Two weeks before the test I stopped eating food with nutritional value. A week before, I stopped going to the bathroom. I did it in my pants. My pants got crusted up.")

"I never # my pants to get out of the draft," says Nugent, good-naturedly.

"You also told them you took crystal meth [methamphetamine, the highly destabilising drug sometimes described as poor man's crack] before the medical - as a result of which, and I quote: 'I got this big juicy 4F.'"

"Unbelievable. Meth," he replies, in a tone of deep sarcasm. "Yes, that's my drug of choice. You've got to realise that these interviewers would arrive with glazed eyes and I would make stories up. I never did crystal meth. And I never pooped my pants."

"But you did dodge the draft." "I had a 1Y [student deferment]. I enrolled at Oakland Community College."

"You said then that you wanted 'to teach the stupid bastards in the military a lesson'. I'd have thought you'd have loved the army. Guns. Travel. Danger." "Back then, I didn't even understand what World War II was."

"So basically," - I admit that I have, unaccountably, started to speak Nugent - "you didn't want to get your Michigan ass blown off in Vietnam." "Correct. I did not want to get my ass blown off in Vietnam."

"I know you do a lot of charity work for wounded veterans. Has it occurred to you that someone else may have died in Saigon because you didn't go?"


Nugent's name, as I am sure he's aware, appears, along with those of Cheney, Bush and many of their fellow Republicans, on a website called It lists those who have evaded or abbreviated their own military service then, later in life, developed an appetite for war and machismo, either personally or by proxy.

"So has this made you..." "Certainly. Because I failed to serve in Vietnam, I feel an obligation now, to do everything I can to support those defending our freedom. Do I feel guilt and embarrassment? Yes."

"You missed your calling."

"I wish I'd understood how important America's fight against our enemies was. But did I go to Fallujah two years ago? Damn right I did. And was I in Afghanistan, manning a 50-calibre machine gun in a Chinook - ready to rock? Yes. Was I there for years? No. A couple of weeks. But I am not a coward.""
(The Independent, May 28, 2006)
/cwnguj "

posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 02:59 PM

Originally posted by JBA2848

"I know you do a lot of charity work for wounded veterans. Has it occurred to you that someone else may have died in Saigon because you didn't go?"

I love that. Like it's Nugents fault Johnson sent a lot of boys to die for nothing.

I would have been a draft dodger in the day and I'd dodge one today. Doesnt change the fact that I love my guns and to hunt and fish.

I'm not going to fight somebody elses war and I'm not going to give an inch on the 2nd.

[edit on 15-7-2010 by thisguyrighthere]

posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 03:07 PM
Booooo Yaaaaahh, "I Am A Free Man"!!!!

posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 04:07 PM
Ted Nugent is the man.

2nd line

posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 04:50 PM
While I might agree with many of Nugent's points about freedom and the 2nd amendment, I find the guy pretty offensive.
I was ONCE a big fan of his but after hearing his views on drugs and hippies I'd have to say he would make a great fascist. Just watch his lame TV show to see what I mean.
Ted Nugent, UhMerikan A-hole.

Ted, I'll go one on one with you paintball style anytime. My woods or yours

posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 04:53 PM
reply to post by Asktheanimals

i was just gunna' mention this. i remember him in an interview stating that people should be locked up and the key thrown away for a joint.

posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 05:43 PM
reply to post by Asktheanimals

Are you refering to his business that was based on naked women running around while guys paid to hunt and shoot them with paintball guns?

[edit on 15-7-2010 by JBA2848]

posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 09:09 PM
Nugent's contrivercial draft dodge and drug use is an issue to be addressed and I'm glad much reference to those issues is documented, but nonetheless, some would agree that the "catch and release" system does have the felons rights above public saftey.

Moreover, If Nugent et al, or any group were bold enough to commit the heist of the millenium, transfering half of the worlds wealth from hard worked years of investing and building a retirement to enjoy the later years were to pull of what the derrivative market and bailouts have, we'd be hunted down and if survived, been thrown the RICO act and the rest of the book to crush every human existing trait out of the crew.

Funny that what took place has been rewarded without regard to the chorus of objection ringing throughout the world.
Talk about treading on us, this makes the vietnam contravercy and other scams such as S & L seem like cinnamon buns and roses to the pilfering that has taken place of late.
What we need is real law and global conviction to reverse this attrocity and just because life isn't fair doesn't mean that this should be applied to this criminal behacior and the activities planned and excecuted against the world.
Or does it?

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