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Nugent on diff betwixt Carter & the Obomination

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Differences between Carter and Obama? None.

We're still fighting the same old battle

By Ted Nugent

6:17 p.m., Tuesday, July 13, 2010

 

http://www.washingtontimes.com...rter-and-obama-none/

 

Other than the Georgia peanut farmer turned governor and now a Chicago community rabble rouser turned senator, there is little substantive political difference between President Barack Obama and President Jimmy Carter.

 

Both have stood on the throat of our economy and told us it was for our own good. Both believe Fedzilla knows what is best for Americans, not individuals making decisions in their own best interest.

 

Both believe in growing the size of the federal government, raising taxes and increasing spending beyond any conceivable reason.

 

Both believe in European-style socialism over free market capitalism.

 

Due to their bumbling, rookie ways, both quickly lost the respect of the international community and the confidence of the American people early in their administrations.

 

But will the GOP learn from what is old and new again? Will the GOP embrace true conservatism or stick with embracing their warped sense of limited government lip service in their feeble attempt to include the lunatic fringe into their irresponsible big tent?

 

I am encouraged by many of the candidates emerging for the November election. These candidates appear to be listening to ordinary Americans who are disgusted with the course the Obama administration has set for America. These hard-working Americans want change - real change. They have finally had enough.

 

My advice to these candidates is to look backward to gain their political ideologies. Go back to Barry Goldwater and Ronald Reagan. In Mr. Goldwater's wonderful 1960 tome, "The Conscience of a Conservative," he writes on page 23: "It will come when Americans, in hundreds of communities throughout the nation, decide to put the man in office who is pledged to enforce the Constitution and restore the Republic. Who will proclaim in a campaign speech: 'I have little interest in streamlining government or in making it more efficient, for I mean to reduce its size. I do not undertake to promote welfare, for I propose to extend freedom. My aim is not to pass laws, but to repeal them. It is not to inaugurate new programs, but to cancel old ones that do violence to the Constitution, or that have failed in their purpose, or that impose on the people an unwarranted financial burden. I will not attempt to discover whether legislation is 'needed' before I have first determined whether it is constitutionally permissible. And if I should later be attacked for neglecting my constituents' 'interests,' I shall reply that I was informed their main interest is liberty and that in that cause I am doing the very best I can.' "

 

Those are the exact words conservatives want to hear from political candidates. Those words echo the sentiments of ordinary Americans who approach me on a daily basis and wonder aloud what the hell has happened to America.

 

I tell these disappointed and disgusted Americans that America got fat, indolent and lazy. We blindly entrusted Fedzilla with our wealth and watched Fedzilla consume it without producing much of anything except an appetite for more of our wealth. On our watch, we saw Fedzilla dramatically expand in growth and power. Due to our torpor, we did little to stop the Fedzilla juggernaut.

 

Apathy is the curse of free men everywhere, most inexcusably in the United States of America, for we should have known better.

 

Some Americans know little of freedom, only an enslavement to destructive entitlement programs. These Americans are ruined and pass their entitlement dependency onto their young, thereby increasing the size of the Fedzilla snowball as it lumbers downhill and grows larger and larger. And too few of us have done a damn thing to stop it.

 

Now is the time to stop it and dramatically reverse course. Now is the time for all good men and women to rise up and support those candidates who embrace much smaller government, much less spending, and much more personal responsibility.

 

We have a choice. We can continue to swan dive into the pool of bloodsucking dependency and ultimately inescapable bankruptcy, or we can go the other way and blaze a new political trail back to the American Way.

 

Let us never forget the prophetic words of Benjamin Franklin when he was asked by a lady what type of government the constitution would provide. Franklin stated, "A republic, if you can keep it."

 

Let us keep it. It is worth it.

 

Ted Nugent is an unstoppable American rock 'n' roll, sporting and political activist icon. He is author of "Ted, White & Blue: The Nugent Manifesto" and "God, Guns and Rock 'N' Roll."

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I do laugh at the hypocrisy of whining about Hollywood,

then trotting out any C list Celeb who will say a few good words.

heck,

if a D lister wants to run they become an over night front runner.

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View PostI do laugh at the hypocrisy of whining about Hollywood,

then trotting out any C list Celeb who will say a few good words.

heck,

if a D lister wants to run they become an over night front runner.

 

 

 

And you've got who? jessie Ventura?

hahaha

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View PostWhen do you think one you guys will actually address the message? Three strikes so far.

 

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just playing the game as it gets played around here. you know if roman polanski composed a political column what would be said.

 

or the dixie chicks

or michael j. fox

or...etc.

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View PostSo now we are citing the wisdom of pederasts?

 

Do you actually have any evidence of this? Or this just another example of 'progressive politics of personal destruction. headscratch.gif

 

You can't attack the message so you attack the messenger. Donna Brazille must be clapping. clapping.gifrolleyes.gif

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View PostWhen do you think one you guys will actually address the message? Three strikes so far.

 

The message is untouchable, so they won't touch it. Gotta feel sorry for liberals, they clutch to an ideology that has never worked in the history of this planet while the rest of the world is getting it and leaving them behind. I don't think any of them are dumb enough to believe what they're shoveling but that's their story and they're stickin' to it. Obama is the great educator, teaching everyone except his staunchest followers about the danger of Democrats watching the hen house. The liberal media ran a non stop smear campaign against Bush for 8 years and this jerk has unraveled it in 18 months. I didn't care much for Bush when he was president but, YEAH, I sure miss him now. Hell, I even miss Clinton.

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View PostDo you actually have any evidence of this? Or this just another example of 'progressive politics of personal destruction. headscratch.gif

 

You can't attack the message so you attack the messenger. Donna Brazille must be clapping. clapping.gifrolleyes.gif

 

In 1978, Nugent began a now-infamous relationship with seventeen-year-old Hawaii native Pele Massa. Due to the age difference between him and Massa, Nugent could not marry her, so he asked Pele's parents if he could be her legal guardian. Owing to Ted's unwillingness to stay faithful, their relationship ended in less than a decade [5]...

 

 

In 2005 Nugent was involved in a legal battle for not paying enough child support for a child he had out of wedlock in 1995.[17] It was finally resolved when Nugent was ordered to pay $3,500 a month to the mother of the 10-year-old son named Christian Taylor whom Nugent has allegedly never met.[18]

 

 

Also a dead beat dad. Quite the prize he is.

 

I left out the Courtney Love allegation pederasty as I do not trust heroin addicts either.

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