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Ted, White, and Blue: The Nugent Manifesto

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

Ted Nugent is my new hero!

I'm an avid book listener and this is one of the best I've listened to in a long time. Ted reads it himself, which lends to the enjoyment. If you're fed up with liberal spin and enjoy shoot-from-the-hip ideas and truths about our country, where it is and why it is, th...
I'm an avid book listener and this is one of the best I've listened to in a long time. Ted reads it himself, which lends to the enjoyment. If you're fed up with liberal spin and enjoy shoot-from-the-hip ideas and truths about our country, where it is and why it is, then this is a must-read.

posted by primomom on July 16, 2009

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Most Helpful Critical Review

2 out of 11 people found this review helpful.

Ted Nugent is to the right of Pat Roberston

Fundamentally there is not much political difference, if at all, between Ted Nugent and Pat Roberston. Nugent is indeed to the right of Sean Hannity and maybe Newt Gingrich. Yes, he has that rock star thing going for him but he is a rightwing reactionary. Name a rightwi...
Fundamentally there is not much political difference, if at all, between Ted Nugent and Pat Roberston. Nugent is indeed to the right of Sean Hannity and maybe Newt Gingrich. Yes, he has that rock star thing going for him but he is a rightwing reactionary. Name a rightwing position and he has it. He wants to execute heroin drug dealers. I guess he would have wanted to execute bootleggers during prohibition. He deplores what he calls political correctness but he is aghast that religious beliefs might be mocked. Now, I don't believe going up to people's face and mocking their religion but it is ironic that those who most loudly shout about PCism, when it comes to religion, are the biggest supporters of PC.

The fact is religion is supported and promoted by the government (through a Pledge of Allegiance mentioning a deity among other ways) and the Christian Right wants the government to keep doing that. When atheists or even progressive Christians complain about this unfairness then they are called intolerant. They also by the way get death threats. For the life of me, I don't know why a religion that controls talk radio, has hundreds of radio stations, several cable channels, hundreds of religious books needs the help of the government when countering humanists who are lucky to publish a few magazines a year.

Nugent also calls Sarah Brady (whose husband was loyal conservative and Reagan aide James Brady and who was shot in an attempt on the life of President Reagan) evil. The Brady bill has stopped hundreds of thousands of illegal gun sales to those who wished to do law abiding citizens harm. Yes, criminals do go to gun stores with the intent to buy guns. Not all guns are sold on the street. Indeed, many on the street were originally bought at a gun store or an unregulated gun show. The 2nd ammendment is important and concealed carry might have merit but common sense guns laws are needed. Even if you disagree with Sarah Brady, she is hardly evil.

posted by PaineToday on October 26, 2009

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