Ted Nugent tells NRA crowd: Donald Trump is ‘the [expletive] kicker’

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May 23, 2016

Hard rock legend Ted Nugent on Sunday delivered a profanity-laced speech urging gun-rights supporters to get behind Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, telling the National Rifle Association’s annual convention that they must stop the Democrats this year.

“Donald Trump is the [expletive] kicker,” the rock guitarist/gun rights advocate said in a speech billed as “Ted Nugent: 2016 Election Do or Die for America and Freedom.”

He took particular aim at Bernard Sanders, the self-described socialist who is challenging Hillary Clinton for the Democrats’ presidential nomination, saying the Vermont senator is “preaching communism.” Mr. Nugent said 58,000 American warriors died fighting communism — presumably referring to the death toll in Vietnam.

“Hey Bernie: eat [expletive] and die,” said Mr. Nugent, who is known as the “Motor City Madman.” “[Put] that on MSNBC!”

  • AHP1081

    I really don’t understand why a second Amendment supporter, like ted, would support trump! I realize trump has indicated he supports the 2nd Amendment but let’s not forget he was against the Amendment before he was for the Amendment. Of course that pretty much describes trump to a “T”. In other words he has no values, no principles, no morals and no faith. I think that might describe a “CROOK”.

    • Rodney Steward

      Yep, but he sure beats the he$$ out of the other 2 socialist! We’ve got to pick between one of these people, and so far our only choice is Trump! He$$, he’s got to be better than Obama!!

      • Janet Julien

        ANY Republican is better than OBummer and his two carbon copies, Killary and Bummie

        • AHP1081

          Janet Julien
          I agree, but only if the person you describe is, in fact, a Republican. If you suggest that trump is a Republican, I must disagree. He is a Progressive. Be it a Progressive Republican or Progressive Democrat he is still a Progressive. I also point out that he does not believe in the Constitution or the Bill of Rights or, or, or whatever you wish to mention which concerns liberty and freedom as defined in the Constitution. His history includes 12 business failures, a few attempts to take land away from private property owners and an occasional roll in the hay with the mob. He is the poster child for corruption and the Progressive way. Additionally, he has been a democrat most of his life and a close friend of the Clintons. My conclusion is; he is not a Republican or Conservative. Our last chance to get a Conservative is at the Republican Convention.

    • snowyriver

      ” no values, no principles, no morals and no faith.. Perfect description of Hillary the Beast of Benghazi. Please remove your head from where the sun never shines before voting.. Thank YOU

      • AHP1081

        snowyriver
        I acknowledge you are a prime example of a trump supporter. I accept that very few trump supporters can carry on an intelligent, written or vocal conversation. Instead they immediately insult those who oppose their choice. Oh, don’t worry about my voting for any of the three Progressives; trump, hillary or bernie, none of them even know the Constitution, let alone practice it. How about you snowyriver, care to match wits? The scope would be the Declaration of Independence, the Federalist Papers and the Constitution. You game or just mouth? House rules; you can ask the first question and I will ask the next and so on so on so forth.

        • snowyriver

          I do not support Trump. I am very against Hillary. I have read the Clinton chronicles.
          For your test, What part of the Constitution or is it in the amendments states that the president must qualify before being sworn into office?

          • AHP1081

            Article II Section I Paragraph 5 of Constitution. Oh, by the way; you’re not going to pull me off topic to debate the qualification of Cruz. The SOTUS has already decided it.
            Now for your question; Which Article provides for a Convention of the States?

          • snowyriver

            Wrong – – try again – -Amendment XX, section 3 for an appropriate answer.
            On Cruz our Constitution says any can run, but must meet qualifications before being sworn in.
            answer to your question.. Article V.

          • AHP1081

            The location I provided gives the qualifications! I agree that wasn’t what you asked.

          • snowyriver

            I enjoy this.. but I must warn you I have a well worn copy of the Constitution right here on my desk.
            Next question- – where in the Constitution does it tell any red blooded patriot to read the Law of Nations?

          • AHP1081

            snowyriver
            Glad to hear that your Constitution is worn too. I agree, I think it will be fun. Maybe some of the rest of the crowd might learn something too.
            If you answer my question I will not response until tomorrow 5/24/2016, I’m going to bed. Have a good one.

          • AHP1081

            I don’t recall anything in the United States Constitution which indicates that “red blooded Patriots should read the Law of Nations”. It probable isn’t a bad idea but it isn’t suggested in the Constitution. Next Question- As per the Constitution; Do the people elect the President by popular vote or is he/she elected by other means?

          • snowyriver

            Article 1, Section 8, Clause 10. States clearly that Congress shall have the power to define and punish,Offences against the Law of Nations. Now being a patriot of this new nation who had just overthrown a tyrannical King, Would you read the Law of Nations, to see just what powers this new Congress has?

          • AHP1081

            snowyriver
            I stand with my previous answer.
            Next question; Where did this comment come from; Where in the Federalist Papers can one find; “Sometimes I think foresight is a part of the citizens”.

          • snowyriver

            No you answer first… simple yes or no will do.

          • AHP1081

            No, I wouldn’t read the Law of Nations to see/understand what powers the new Congress HAS. The Law of Nations had no authority to put any power in the new congress. The Law of Nations was basically a book written by Vattel and was simply referenced by some of the founding fathers. It carried no authority.

          • snowyriver

            Congress has the power to define and punish offences against the Law of Nations. You are leaving yourself open to doing hard time. You changed the subject again as always when it does not agree with you. The Law of Nations has no power, but Congress has the power.

          • AHP1081

            snowyriver
            I did not change any subject.
            One more time, No I would not read the Law of Nations to determine what power the Continental Congress had. There was no new Congress, as you suggest, at the time of England’s defeat. Therefore, Article I Section 8 Clause 10 did not exist either. ( Of course, you and I both know your inclusion of the first and second sentences was simply to play games). As a result I would have no ability to read or apply any “Law of Nations” rules, laws or power described to a “new Congress” which didn’t exist at the time of England’s defeat.

          • snowyriver

            Article II Section 1. Electors shall vote on who is the president, they are supposed to vote as the people have – – BUT??

        • Traveller62

          I am one of those Trump supporters that can actually carry on an intelligent, written or vocal conversation without insulting anyone. I truly believe Trump is the man to get us out of this slump we are in. What I THINK he is doing is when he is elected prez, is to run this country as a “business” and not “politically”. He realizes we have laws to follow, and has pledged to follow those laws. Politicians do not like to follow laws. They make ’em to further their own agenda. Politics has run this country into the ground. Maybe it’s time to turn this whole thing around and run the country like a “business”. It just might work if we give him a chance. He HAS the business smarts. So let him go for it. If we get H or S, we are definitely s.c.r.e.w.e.d, as they eschew Communism, which is not too far down the road.

          • AHP1081

            Traveller62
            I accept that you believe trump is the one to get us out of trouble. I’m sure my opposition to your conclusions will not change your mind. However, I will address your justifications 1 at a time. You indicate that trump will run America like a business. Now you already know what is coming here; four of his businesses (CasinosTrump went bankrupt. People can suggest that the businesses were not his but he acquired the businesses and placed them is a corporation or other entity which would protect his value $ wise. And I suggest America cannot go bankrupt and remain sovereign. So, now lets look at some of his other businesses which did not fair well. Trump Mortgage (2006- Closed in 2007 ), Trump Steaks (2007- Closed unknown), Trump Vodka (2006- Closed 2011), Trump Game (1989- Closed 1990) came back in 2005, Trump Ice (Shut Down in 2010) Go Trump. Com (2006-2007), Trump Magazine (2007-2009), New Jersey Generals (1983-1985), Trump Airlines (1989-1992), Trump Tower In Tampa (2006-2007) Trump University (2005-2011) currently the business is named as a defendant in several law suits. I don’t believe we want America to be run like trumps businesses were. I agree trump knows we have laws but he has used them for his benefit, not the benefit of America or the people, i.e. Vera Coking. Anyway, I will not get into his mob ties and the fact that he was a democrat most of his life and believes in the progressive agenda. I just can’t in Conservative Conscience back a New York Crook.
            You have a good day.

        • snowyriver

          This will be a good conversation.. any that follow it will learn.

  • Shaymamma8

    For a draft dodger to talk about 58,000 Americans perishing in Vietnam is outrageous. Why would anyone with even half a brain listen to this nut job? He is a COWARD and a creep. Telling Mr Sanders to “eat sh$$t and die” is ridiculous. What does this COWARD know about anything??? He supports the 2nd Amendment, but was too CHICKEN to go to war, what a joke. He is a sorry racist POS who needs to go away…..

    • Rodney Steward

      Two more draft dodgers, brain dead Ali, Bill-Bob Clinton, and about half of congress for that matter, why they can’t get anything done, NO BA$$s!!!

    • AHP1081

      Shaymammma8
      May I point out that trump did not fight either. May I point out that he did not enlist. Might I suggest that trump was, and still is, a coward also. Oh, but wait he did attend a military boarding school. I’m sure those, on this site, will gain a lot of respect for trump since he attended a military BOARDING School. I’m sure his Sergeant booted his butt out of bed at 4:00 in the morning. Must have been a hard life to be the son of a multi-millionaire. Can anyone honestly suggest that trump has any idea what the middleclass or the poor has had to deal with? Yes, I know very few people running for office have ever had to pick cotton, very few have been in war, and very few have had to worry about where their next meal was coming from. Some may talk as if they feel your pain, if you can, please name the one who truly has lived an American life.
      I honor those who volunteered and otherwise fought is the various wars. However, since I have become older and maybe wiser, I curse the government which sent our young to die for corporate profits. Those who lost their lives and those who were maimed basically lost their lives and were maimed for the military complex. NO, I am not belittling those who fought, I am simply pointing out that I would rather have those who died, in our ranks instead of in a grave. If one remembers those times, can they truthfully say they were allowed to fight? Those who fought may get angry at me, but I bet they know I am right. No, I am not a Vet, Therefore, I expect many will view my words as sacrilegious, But I have seen my fill of death and destruction. And I have been afraid! If you wish to call me a coward because I didn’t enlist go ahead. But anyone who says they have never been afraid is either a liar or a mental case.

      • Shaymamma8

        Not a Trump supporter either. Trump lies so much, I do not believe even he knows what is true anymore. How is this simple minded man going to “make America great again” when he was one of the 1% who helped ruin it. He talks about China even though his crappy ties were made there. Trump is a wolf in sheep’s clothing. Beware!! And before anyone jumps on me about the other candidates, at least we know what they are about, Trump not so much. Remember folks Trump the TV character is not the same as Trump the man…..

  • Raymond J Ambrozaitis

    If anyone knows about ass and what is produced from it Ted Nugent knows. Tell me again how he avoided military duty?

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