Skip to comments.Ted Nugent Dubs Next Tour 'Black Power 2013'
Posted on 07/27/2013 6:45:24 AM PDT by ConservativeStatement
That's one way to mark Black History Month: When Ted Nugent hits the road this year, he's calling his tour "Ted Nugent Black Power 2013," he writes on the conservative website World Net Daily.
In a column that describes "dirty Democrat politicians" as the enemies of black Americans, the right-wing rocker reels off a string of statistics he says demonstrate how ineffective Democratic policies, including Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal and Lyndon Johnson's Great Society, have been at helping African-Americans overcome poverty, crime and a lack of education.
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This is from February but since Nugent has been in the news, an interesting read.
Kind of like Obama’s Affordable Health Care act or American Recovery and Reinvestment Act...
Ahhh Ted! you hilarious SOB!
When’s White History Month?
“The Dems have a “Stranglehold” on the black vote because of handouts and the desire to keep blacks dependent”
And how sad is it that a majority of Blacks are willingly playing the roll.
That is frickin’ hilarious :D
someone needs a “May I play through Obama” on a cotton
I should be ashamed of myself.
Brilliant concept, but too many blacks are addicted to the liberal plantation to care.
I’m sure the GOP-Establishment will hate that
The GOPe offer NOTHING. They can kiss my grits.
Just What the Doctor Ordered ping. Thanks ConservativeStatement.
I’m not crazy about Nugents music but his politics, thats something of a different color. He has the gonads to say what needs to be said but unfortunately no power to make things change for the better. Perhaps he should run for congress or the senate. He sure as hell would be better than Sheila Jackson, Nancy Pelosi, Diane Feinstien and numerous others have gotten elected.
Oh wait, those are all liberal demodummies I mentioned, and the ones keeping the blacks on the plantation.
Maybe he should play some good Blues and Funk.
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