He used the word "slaughter in terms that SS and medicare are sacred cows, and what do you do to a cow octo besides milk it?
Ted's a tool, but I'm not hateful or lame enough to blame him for using the word slaughter 2 weeks prior to the horid Newtown tragedy.
Words don't kill people; people kill people.
Why is he getting attention for anything he says?
This thread is about Sandy Hook and Biden???
I personally don't care what a washed up musician has to say, but on this one, I'm not sure what your point is. Cows get slaughtered and he said this before Sandy Hook.
We can go find stupid crap said by the anti gun crowd as well. With well over 300M people in the country, you can pretty much find an idiot on either side to make your point, whcih in this case, I'm having a hard time understanding.
It is a terrible choice of words if he is going to make himself a representative of the NRA....guns and slaughter just should be associated together if the org is trying to make an appeal to the gen population that guns can be handled safely and they should have their support.
It's quite a shame that Nugent made a choice to turn his brand in this direction.....
I used to be a fan........
You people are ridiculous.
His original column:
The NRA ~ since he is on their Board of Directors and is frequently given a prominent spot at their functions and conventions.
Mitt Romney and the Republican Party, based on his prominent appearance at the NRA Convention this year showing support for Romney and at other GOP events.
Massey Energy ~ since he was a prominent speaker at their rally in West Virginia several years ago.
The Washington Times ~ since he writes for them, as well as other conservative media.
That's for starters.
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