Hey, Americans! Pants-pooping child-bride-marrying bumbaclot Ted Nugent has had some serious thoughts about freedom and liberty, and also on how sad it is that certain people have gained political office. And in fact, he has some regrets. Are they regrets that he is still not dead or in jail? Sadly, they are not. But he does take some responsibility for his failures:
I have obviously failed to galvanize and prod, if not shame enough Americans to be ever vigilant not to let a Chicago communist raised communist educated communist nurtured subhuman mongrel like the ACORN community organizer gangster Barack Hussein Obama to weasel his way into the top office of authority in the United States of America.
Say, you know who else literally talked about subhumans and mongrels? No. The other guy.
While Ted has a sad about the state of things, he does still hold out hope that everyone he disagrees with might one day be tried for treason, and presumably executed:
I am heartbroken but I am not giving up. I think America will be America again when Barack Obama, Eric Holder, Hillary Clinton, Dick Durbin, Michael Bloomberg and all of the liberal Democrats are in jail facing the just due punishment that their treasonous acts are clearly apparent.
Or perhaps he just needs to find the dimensional rift he fell through, so that he can go back to the parallel Earth where America really is a place that routinely tries members of the other party for treason. It’s a hackneyed premise, but we might watch that movie.
Nugent, who is still a board member of the National Rifle Association, made his comments in an interview with guns.com on January 17 at a big ol’ gun industry trade show, which was full of people who love freedom. In addition to calling for rounding up liberal democrats, Nugent said that the U.S. Military deserves an apology for “allowing a commander in chief who is an enemy of the military,” and to all law enforcement officers for “an attorney general who commits more felonies than the people he lets go” — you know, the two scary Black Panthers who committed a felony by standing around feloniously in 2008.
After the “subhuman mongrel” comment, he went on to call Obama a chimpanzee, but not in a racist way, you know, just the regular way you call someone a chimpanzee:
So a lot of people would call that inflammatory speech. Well I would call it inflammatory speech when it’s your job to protect Americans and you look into the television camera and say what difference does it make that I failed in my job to provide security and we have four dead Americans. What difference does that make? Not to a chimpanzee or Hillary Clinton, I guess it doesn’t matter.
Nugent closed the interview with a call for people to join the NRA; we can hardly wait to see the look on his face when that fine organization expels him for being such a racist. We’re pretty sure that’s going to happen any moment now.
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