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Ted Nugent on Glenn Beck for rest of hour

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by cavman, Aug 29, 2008.

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  1. cavman

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    If interested, I just was clicking and Beck said that Ted Nugent is on with him for the next hour.
     
  2. TexasRifleman

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    I don't have enough beer left to watch Uncle Ted and God knows you can't watch him sober :)

    But you gotta love him, he twists the anti's panties up in a way that few men can!
     
  3. Hk91-762mm

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    I watched it What a HOOT! i love Ted [Da Nuge ]
     
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    Watching the replay right now. So Uncle Ted's a little "extreme"...so what? I've seen people on this very site hate on him, and I'm gonna tell ya...he's one of the few people I see regularly on TV and radio and Internet who absolutely IS NOT INTIMIDATED. Those of us who care about our liberties NEED to harness a little "extremity". I love the guy; seen him in concert 3 times with many more to come, God willing.
     
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    In daily life, as in 1-to-1, he's an awesome man! When I was a HS principal, his daughter attended one of the bordering districts. He attended the sports events, sat among the regular folks and acted no better, no worse. Just a "normal", red-blooded American.

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    Love Uncle Ted. The man has the stones to put his money, efforts, time, and energy where his mouth his.

    If people had 10% the dedication he has to the cause of the 2nd amendment, we wouldn't be sitting here waiting for Armegedon when BHO and his friends are running the insane asylum.

    Keep on rocking and fighting Ted.
     
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    The Nuge cracks me up everytime I see him on TV, talking about firearms and hunting - it's great watching my more anti-gun friends' veins pop out on their foreheads as they watch him and get angrier and angrier :D
     
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    I have nothing but the utmost respect for Ted Nugent. I love his music as well as his support for our 2nd amendment rights. Rock on Ted!
     
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    Caught Ted on Glen Beck..he's a man who puts his money where his mouth is. My wife and I saw him in concert last week...that' where he really puts the rubber to the road. Think a backdrop of machine guns and the American flag. He puts on an incredible show.
     
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    It's too bad that he doesn't still have the massive audience of teenagers and young adults that he did back in the '70s.

    After all, if that crucial demographic doesn't "get it", it's definitely over.
     
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    I beleive he got the antis right in the "pumpstation" I love Da Nuge.....
     
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    I thought the interview was hilarious, but right on the money as well.:) Ted is awesome, I'll be buying his new book when it comes out in October.
     
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    I was lucky enough to stumble on about 15 minutes worth of it. Two good guys IMO. God bless em both.
     
  14. Zedo

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    The massive audience of teenagers and young adults back in the 70's are all retired now.

    Just like the teens and young adults who danced to Benny Goodman in the USO canteens during WWII are all dead now . . .

    Tempus fugit
     
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    I had the privilege of having dinner with him, his wife and son SEVERAL years back at a racing event at Indy. Great guy. I liked him as a musician, I love him as a gun guy! I took this picture across the table (with his permission).

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    I was a finalist in the "Think, Don't Drink and Drive" College challenge. I was competing against the top 40 college drivers in an Auto-X event in the then new Turbo Shelby Charger. I finished 20th out of 40. Not bad for a 32 year old college Sophomore! :p Ted was there competing in the Celebrity race.
     
  16. Rmac58

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    How about Ted Nugent & Jeff Beck?
     
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