Ted Nugent... Well, how else would you explain it?
WARNING: THIS POST CONTAINS SOME EXTREMELY OFFENSIVE MATERIAL.
Repugnant and despicable NRA board member, Ted Nugent was at it again when he posted a fake picture of a fake company called "2 N*ggers And A Stolen Truck," which is a favorite among racists and I imagine white supremacists as well.
The NRA must support theses neanderthal positions since they never censure or rebuke Nugent's twisted world views.
National Rifle Association board member Ted Nugent posted a racially derogatory image on his Facebook page that he said was an advertisement for a moving company called "2 n*ggers and a stolen truck."
In a March 31 post, Nugent shared the image with his comment: "Before all the braindead dishonest lying scum politically correct racist hatepunks get all goofball toxic on us here, I am simply promoting a brilliant entrepreneur in Detroit that created a clever bussiness. His words, not mine. Ya gotta luv this guy!! When in doubt whip it out!"
In addition to racist language, the image also has racial caricatures of black people.
He obviously gets a rise out of angering decent people with his off the wall comments and racist imagery.
You know, he seems to get turned on by it just like a pubescent serial killer gets the hots by killing animals.
Oh, wait. He still loves to kill animals today.
By the way, it looks like he pulled it off of his FB page.
Saturday, Jul 26, 2014 10:00 AM PST
Ted Nugent’s “history of racist and hate-filled remarks” has finally caught up with him
Due to growing complaints over the rock singer's racist past, an Idaho tribe has canceled a show. More may follow
This article was originally published by The Southern Poverty Law Center.
Rocker Ted Nugent, it appears, is going to have a more difficult time booking shows at American Indian casinos after a North Idaho tribe’s decision this week to cancel an appearance because of his “history of racist and hate-filled remarks.”
The focus of the growing issue is not Nugent’s constitutionally guaranteed right of free speech, but why American Indians – the targets of racial animus for centuries – would host a performer whose on-stage antics are riddled with racism.
The Coeur d’Alene Tribe of American Indians cancelled Nugent’s August 4 appearance at its casino after being asked by Hatewatch on Monday how such a performance squared with the tribe’s remarkable history of involvement in human rights causes.
Nugent lashed out following the announcement, saying those responsible for cancelling his show were “unclean vermin,” Gannett Wisconsin Media reports.
The developments are causing a buzz, not only in American Indian circles, but in other communities throughout the United States where Nugent’s “SHUTUP & JAM!” show is booked.
On Facebook and other social media sites, several people have called upon the Puyallup Tribe to cancel Nugent’s two shows scheduled for August 2 and 3 at the tribe’s Emerald Queen Casino in Tacoma, Wash.
Puyallup Tribal Chairman Bill Sterud was en route to Hawaii today and couldn’t be reached for comment, but Hatewatch has learned he just sent a blistering memo directing the Emerald Queen to never again book Nugent.
“Yes, the Tribal Council has sent this memo directing that the casino never book him again,” tribal spokesman John Weymer told Hatewatch.
“Our council is proactive on this,” Weymer said, adding that Nugent previously has performed at Emerald Queen. “I’ve met him myself, and I can tell you he’s a jackass,” Weymer said.
It appeared that attempts were underway to cancel Nugent’s August concerts at Emerald Queen, but that may be a costly move for the tribe and its casino. The Coeur d’Alene Tribe has not publicly said how much it will have to spend to legally terminate its contract with Nugent, after spending hundreds of dollars in radio, television and newspaper advertising for his show, now cancelled.
The Coeur d’Alene Tribe’s cancellation decision has received overwhelming public support.
Meanwhile, Nugent, who recently called President Obama a “subhuman mongrel” and a “chimpanzee,” is getting attention from American Indian social media and news sites, including Indian Country.com.
“Nugent’s racially-insensitive behavior extends to Native Americans as well,” the site said in a lengthy post on Tuesday. “He frequently wears a feather headdress on stage and appropriates a sacred Native symbol in his song ‘Great White Buffalo,’ both of which are highly disrespectful to Native culture.”
I don't normally condone the use of pesticides, but for this guy I might be willing to make an exception.