I doubt if Nugent would consider himself a victim, even after some lapdog (Oops! Here we go with the dogs again) military commander cancelled a performance by him, an appearance that I strongly suspect Nugent was doing gratis. Would that there were more like him who recognizes that person and political party for what they are and has the gumption to say so.WeaponOfMassInstruction wrote:Ted Nugent is a victim of the Left-endorsed double standards hypocrisy.
Dan Foley wrote:I don't know, I think Nugent does help Romney because there are folks he appeals to who aren't convinced that Romney would be any better than Obama. But he was pushin it...
Dan Foley wrote:I understand your skepticism, WOMI. It's of limited value, I agree. But there were a good number of thinking republicans on display while the primary raged with doubts about Romney who worry he will not make a difference if elected. (I confess I had a bit of a thing for the Newtster...) They won't vote for Obama, but they may not vote for Romney if they think it doesn't matter. He's just a smooth talking politician who doesn't believe anything, who will say anything to get elected. Romney's whole strategy for the primary fed this perception. Play it safe, head down, run as the inevitable, don't make waves...
Who better to combat THIS perception than the Motor City Madman? 'Think it makes no difference who you vote for this fall? Think again my friends!' But, you know, in "wango tang" language. It's not so much Uncle Ted's celebrity that helps, as the gonzo persona that fed (and still feeds) his celebrity. Could also hurt. Still say the net effect is at least +1, Romney.
And now for something completely different. I'm the "brand manager" for a news talk radio station in Flint Michigan, 1470AM WFNT. Working to build the website, (not literally, it's built and looks fantastic, but content wise) wfnt.com Eyeballs and comments much appreciated. Need thoughtful conservative voices to join the fray. Please email me if you'd be interested in contributing as an author: firstname.lastname@example.org Or you can facebook me.
On a science (sorta) bender myself lately (reading "Singularity is Near," by Ray Kurzweil): http://wfnt.com/robots-who-need-robots- ... st-robots/ http://wfnt.com/singularity-and-the-new-600-man/
Dan Foley wrote:What does the frothing left think of the Motor City Madman? I'll give you three guesses. Or, just check out my adventures at Mother Jones on the topic: http://wfnt.com/adventures-in-la-la-lan ... her-jones/
ARJ127 wrote: He's an over-the-hill rocker who's lost a few marbles during his career of sex, drugs and rock-n-roll.
flyphish56 wrote:ARJ127 wrote: He's an over-the-hill rocker who's lost a few marbles during his career of sex, drugs and rock-n-roll.
And last but by no means least, drugs---- Do some freackin' research, drone!!!
btorocco wrote:flyphish56 wrote:Ted Nugent? Drugs? REALLY, dude? Bill Clinton joining a monastery would be more likely.
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