Nugent gets FIRED-UP!

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5 years 18 weeks ago, 9:54 AM

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Great video

My sentiments exactly. Thanks for posting.

5 years 18 weeks ago, 10:28 AM

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The Nuge is hardcore man. He has a way of cutting through the bullshit and getting right to the point. Do you think this interview will cause the Madam Sec. of State to take Ted off her Christmas card list? I don't think he really gives a shit.

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5 years 17 weeks ago, 9:23 PM

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Ted Nugent is my hero

I was going to nominate him for my Dept of the Interior Secretary, but maybe Attorney General would be better.

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5 years 16 weeks ago, 6:15 PM

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Janet Napolitano surely feels he is a terrorist. Maybe when they put Osama Bin Laden in protective custody we can take miscreants like Ted Nugent off the streets for our own safety.

"The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn't exist." Kevin Spacey: (The Usual Suspects)
5 years 14 weeks ago, 1:26 AM

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... I like DEAD offenders."

What a great statement!

5 years 13 weeks ago, 10:43 PM

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Ted for Prez!!!!

I agree with Ted 100% on everything he said. My job even sends me out to places that I've never heard of, seen, drove through ever, and has NO cell service. So what if someone was threatening me and I had no one of letting someone know other than telling the guy on the other radio whom is too far to help me out. My job will allow us to carry pocket knives but nothing to defend are self against people or animals. Hell as soon as I get my permit to carry then my 9mm compact is going every i do thats not work or forbidden by law.

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5 years 13 weeks ago, 10:50 PM

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I carry one everywhere I go

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5 years 13 weeks ago, 11:01 PM

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carrying

if i knew i could carry at work and not lose my job or get wrote up id take it with me there as well.... lmao

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5 years 13 weeks ago, 1:21 AM

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I wish Nuge was my dad. I agree 100% with him. I don't like repeat offenders, I like DEAD offenders. If you screw around with my well being, then I get to become your Judge, Jury and executioner. No get outta jail free card for you pal...BANG, BANG, BANG. the ammo costs a lot less than the tax money it takes to keep your ass in jail, getting three hots and a cot. Not on my dime! BANG!!!

All Hail The Nuge!!!

Go ahead punk, Make My Day!
5 years 11 weeks ago, 2:30 AM

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Damn!!!

I pop a chubby everytime I watch this!

Nuge for President!!!

Go ahead punk, Make My Day!
5 years 7 weeks ago, 12:00 PM

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ted nugent

ted nugent for president... next election, we need common sense... not bail outs to the same fat bastards that ran this country into the shit hole. were in now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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5 years 6 weeks ago, 8:56 PM

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I like dead offenders to.

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4 years 51 weeks ago, 8:30 PM

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This

This is the best video ever. True and right on. Don't tread on me.

4 years 51 weeks ago, 8:31 PM

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Have you ever read his book he put out? It's called Ted White and Blue Great book.

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4 years 43 weeks ago, 7:00 PM

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What else needs to be said, kinda sums it up. Thanks Ted.

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4 years 36 weeks ago, 4:30 PM

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4 years 36 weeks ago, 5:16 PM

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So yes, there was slavery in Europe when America was discovered. By 1787 there was an anti-slavery act in England, but it still was allowed in their remaining colonies, My 8th great grandfather, who came to America in the early 1600s and was an English citizen, bought six of the first slaves off the boats in Jamestown, where he owned a plantation.

So the English introduced slavery to America and made it an institution that was tough to get rid of. then they outlawed slavery and proceeded to condemn America for still having it. Further, they supported the South in the Civil War because they were afraid their cotton supply would be cut off.

BTW, I am not condemning the South as I have several ancestors who fought on the side of the Confederacy and half my family has roots there. I'm just pointing out the hypocrisy of the British position.

There was slavery in France until 1794 and they did not outlaw slavery in their colonies until 14 years before Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation.

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