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Nugent ‘Apologizes’ for ‘Subhuman Mongrel’ Comment

Raging asshole Ted Nugent kinda sorta “apologized” for calling Barack Obama a “subhuman mongrel” now that his idiotic and racist comment has caused problem for the Republican politicians he’s been making appearances with, like Greg Abbott and Rick Perry.

Conservative rock musician Ted Nugent offered a semi-apology for calling President Barack Obama a “subhuman mongrel.”

Nugent, however, made sure not to point his apology directly at Obama.

“I do apologize–not necessarily to the President–but on behalf of much better men than myself,” Nugent said Friday an in interview with conservative radio host Ben Ferguson according to CNN.

Can you say “not good enough”? I knew that you could. Here’s a few other things he needs to apologize for but won’t. on Hillary Clinton:

“You probably can’t use the term `toxic cunt’ in your magazine, but that’s what she is. Her very existence insults the spirit of individualism in this country. This bitch is nothing but a two-bit whore for Fidel Castro.”

And many others:

Obama, he’s a piece of shit, and I told him to suck on my machine gun. Let’s hear it for him. And then I was in New York. I said, “Hey, Hillary, you might want to ride one of these into the sunset, you worthless bitch. Since I’m in California, how about [Senator] Barbara Boxer [D-CA], she might want to suck on my machine gun. And [Senator] Dianne Feinstein [D-CA], ride one of these you worthless whore. Any questions?

Ted Nugent is an excellent example of the fact that you simply cannot be too extreme for today’s right wing. You can’t be so offensive that you won’t be considered credible by the right wing. As long as you’re against liberals, you can say practically anything else.

Comments

  1. says

    It’s funny, because Nugent’s political benefactors wouldn’t even consider him good enough to do their yard-work, with his propensity for wild name-calling.

  2. Pierce R. Butler says

    … on behalf of much better men than myself,” Nugent said …

    Sorry, Ted, but you don’t get to speak for us.

  3. Anthony K says

    I told him to suck on my machine gun

    you might want to ride one of these

    she might want to suck on my machine gun

    ride one of these you worthless whore

    Leaving aside the unimaginative repetition, nobody illustrates that guns really aren’t just a dick substitute for hypermasculine posturing like the leadership of the NRA does.

  4. Anthony K says

    I really believe that if we all agreed to ignore Ted Nugent, he’d eventually go away.

    Does that strategy work on any aspect of the universe in which we live, from conservatives to cancer?

  5. sinned34 says

    “Yes, but {insert lefty extremist with zero influence over the Democratic party} said something which offended Republicans, so both sides do it.”

    The most important part of this is that, generally, the liberals who say stupid shit aren’t embraced or considered “kingmakers” the way the conservatives who say stupid shit are.

  6. dingojack says

    Is Teddy still alive (and out of jail)? I thought he said he would one or the other by now. Quelle damage!
    Dingo

  7. says

    sinned34 “The most important part of this is that, generally, the liberals who say stupid shit aren’t embraced or considered “kingmakers” the way the conservatives who say stupid shit are.”
    OH REALLY? DID OBAMA, THE LIBERAL KING HIMSELF, GET UNEMBRACED BY THE DEMOCRAT PARTY FOR SAYING THAT WERE BITTER AND CLING TO OUR GUNS AND RELIGION? CHECKMATE, DEMOCRATS! CHECKMATE, LIBERALS!

  8. says

    Teddybagz:

    Dude, I’m down with your notpology; really, I am.

    I’m sorry I said that I’d like to see you eat your AR-15. I’d really just like to see you eat one round.

  9. Doug Little says

    I wish this dude would just stick to playing guitar he’s really good at it. It bums me out every time he engages his mouth though, put Dave Mustane in the same category.

  10. says

    @14:

    When Ted stops playing the guitar I won’t really notice. I quit listening to him (to the extent that I will turn the radio off, if one of his tunes comes on) a long time ago. I can quite easily find–at a minimum–a hundred guitar players in my own music collections who are far more interesting and technically superior to Teddybagz.

  11. freehand says

    d.c.wilson: I really believe that if we all agreed to ignore Ted Nugent, he’d eventually go away.
    .
    To be frank, until very recently I thought he had.
    .
    Ted, I apologize in advance to better men than I if they are offended when I observe that you are a wax-faced golem, a bottom-feeding invertebrate with pretensions to sentience, and a miserable homonculus. When you hear the term “well-bred” you think they are speaking of livestock romance. A brobdignagian baboon who thinks that manhood comes from mouthing shit, literally. You would be a disgrace to a pack of roving mongrel dogs, but none would have you as a member – you don’t have the class they require. Go away and don’t come back until you have learned what they tried to teach you in kindergarten.

  12. NitricAcid says

    So he’s apologizing, but not to the person he insulted, but to unnamed, random people who weren’t being insulted? Why?

  13. Crudely Wrott says

    @ Doug Little

    Sorry, friend. Playing fast + playing LOUD != playing “good”. Unless, of course, one’s standard for “good” is comprised solely of fast and LOUD.

    [Robert Fripp, Mark Knopfler and the shade of Paco de Lucia look up briefly, exchange quiet glances while never missing a lick and just keep jamming. Jimi Hendrix just grunts and keeps wailin’ while Chet Atkins doesn’t even notice.]

    But, yeah, Nugent is an ignorable asshole, with or without abusing a perfectly good guitar.

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