[url=https://www.democratichub.com/user/71121.aspx">that guy in Arizona[/url] Wrote: We all know that this has-been rocker is mentally unstable, but he has a lot of appeal to like-minded crazy people. As you can see by the pictures posted below, he even LOOKS more than a little crazy.http://defenderofthemiddleclass.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Ted-Nugent.jpghttp://ts2.mm.bing.net/th?id=HN.608024995765488390&w=136&h=187&c=7&rs=1&qlt=90&o=4&pid=1.7He's been a board member of the NRA since 1995, and was the 2nd most popular board member (after Oliver North) in 2010. Like a few other members of the NRA board, he's had some legal issues (among them, a paternity suit and a fine for illegal bear hunting).http://www.nraontherecord.org/ted-nugent/As most people are aware by now, Arizona has more than its share of crazy Republicans, among them Sheriff Joe Arpaio (the toughest sheriff in America). Nugent gave a speech last Saturday at the annual Lincoln Day dinner in Phoenix (at the the invitation of the Maricopa Country Republican Party) , and was introduced by Sheriff Joe (who has forced inmates to wear pink underwear and live in tents)..Among his comments, the "Motor City madman" said this:"Here's your job, Republican Party. Twenty to 25 of those guys (veterans) kill themselves every day, and they haven't told you why and they haven't told anybody else why but they told me why: because the commander-in-chief is the enemy.". http://www.azcentral.com/story/ejmontini/2015/04/03/maricopa-county-republicans-ted-nugent-sheriff-joe-arpaio-nancy-pelosi-president-obama/25250495/I try to pay as little attention to Ted as possible, but he still manages to creep into the news every once a while.Being crazy DOES have its benefits, though, since his net worth is estimated to be $20 million:http://www.celebritynetworth.com/richest-celebrities/rock-stars/ted-nugent-net-worth/
[url=https://www.democratichub.com/user/76324.aspx">TJ[/url] Wrote: Nugent is an idiot. He's made that obvious. To me his opinion is not more important than that of a used car salesman in Jersey. Most importantly, He never approached greatness as a guitarist. He was good but far from great. Page, Clapton, Hendrix, McLaughlin (IMHO) were great.