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Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Welcome to “This Week In Crazy,” The National Memo’s weekly update on the wildest attacks, conspiracy theories, and other loony behavior from the increasingly unhinged right wing. Starting with number five:

5. Will Brooke

Will Brooke, a Republican candidate for House in Alabama’s 6th congressional district, really doesn’t like Obamacare.

In his new ad, Brooke tells the camera “We’re down here to have a little fun today, and talk about two serious subjects: The Second Amendment, and see how much damage we can do to this copy of Obamacare [sic].”

As cheery music plays in the background, Brooke builds his copy of the Affordable Care Act a quaint little wooden coffin — and proceeds to unleash hell upon it with his stockpile of rifles.

Brooke’s ad may not be particularly original — it’s just a more over-the-top version of a Joe Manchin ad from 2010 — but it’s certainly effective. Provided that Brooke is chasing Rick Perry’s endorsement, that is.

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87 responses to “This Week In Crazy: Only Racists Hate Ted Nugent, And The Rest Of The Worst Of The Right”

  1. Daniel Jones says:

    This man, out of total panic over some dipwad doing a pic of his nude carcass, praised a guy he thought had set the cause of equality back by decades?

    Why didn’t he just, I dunno, GET THE CLUB TO *FIRE* THE MAN?

    I’d sooner have *Will* Farrell as vice mayor over that guy if I were stupid enough to live in Maricopa.

    For that matter, why haven’t the sane people moved *out*?

    • darkagesbegin says:

      don’t you think that that might just be a cover story for when his gay lover does post the picture?

      • Common Sense says:

        No doubt it is definitely a case of protesting waaaay too much. Huge red flag with sirens, glitter and the kitchen sink.

    • Bill says:

      I have a house in Maricopa county that I spend 6 months a year at but I don’t vote here, Az is a very red state, I don’t think my vote would matter much here. I spend the other 6 months in Mich. my home state, I vote there and the state is run by the GOP right now, I hope we can change that because I think the GOP has done a lot of harm. The only thing I can do is continue to vote, which I do. I think you should understand that it only takes one vote over 50% to put someone in office and that the other people should move seems kind of silly, since that makes the GOP 100% in that area plus most people don’t have the resources to do that anyway.

  2. Dominick Vila says:

    The images and statements made by those whose pronouncements and actions are diametrically opposed to the example established by the man under whose name they advocate hatred and violence should give every person capable of rational thinking time to pause and reflect on what is happening in the USA.
    The expressions of overt hatred and intolerance may be manifestations of impotence and fear, but they are nevertheless dangerous and should not be ignored. The same goes for those who continue to listen to charlatans who go as far as saying that what happened to tens of thousands of Haitians, when they endured the effects of one of the worst natural disasters in the Americas, was understandable given their spiritual convictions.
    The worst part of what is happening does not involve the opportunists or mentally challenged individuals whose actions are highlighted in this article, but the fact that millions of Americans listen to them, accept their pronouncements and actions, and believe they are following the word of a mysterious and elusive deity whose teachings emulate the actions taken during the Third Reich, South African Apartheid, Pol Pot, Idi Amin, and all the nuts whose actions should be confined to the annals of human history.

  3. ps0rjl says:

    Pat Robertson is about as religious as my dog is. I hope he gets a seat in hell next to Fred Phelps. My father-in-laws was hooked by the 700 Club into buying all their books and videos. He spent much of his social security on their crap. Every week they were sending him stuff and asking for donations. When he was diagnosed with dementia and entered the nursing home, my wife(his only daughter) was put in charge of his estate as per his directive. When the 700 Club wasn’t getting any more money from my father-in-law they just quit communicating with him. Once the money stopped , they didn’t even ask why he had stopped or offered to pray for him. Also check into Robertson Holdings. This company buys at dirt cheap prices any business that the 700 Club starts that is profitable. The Robertsons have gotten very rich off the 700 Club.

  4. ps0rjl says:

    Ted Nugent is the scum of the earth in my book. He says he could be a colonel in the military, but having been in the marines doing Vietnam, I can vouch for the fact he would have been crying like a baby before he even got out of boot camp. The NRA should be real proud of themselves for having this piece of shit on their board.

    • johninPCFL says:

      Speaking of s…you know that’s how he avoided service, right? He spent a week crapping his pants before going to the induction center to show he was insane.

    • Truthblaster says:

      You are obviously a John Kerry and Jane Fonda loving liberal Democrap. You are a disgrace to the US military. The military loves Ted Nugent and can not stand this fake President and his stupid liberal voters.

      • idamag says:

        Oh my, how brilliant you are! I bet your parents are so proud of you. You aren’t one of those low I.Q.s who resort to name calling and hatred. In defense of Jane Fonda – she didn’t throw babies in the air and catch them on a bayonet or line poor famers and their families up and shoot them. Study the Mai Lai Massacre.

        • BillP says:

          Don’t you recognize the brilliance of Truthblaster, he came up with the term Democrap. Do you know how long it took him to come up with this? As an ex-military man I don’t like Nugent, he is awful brave when shooting an unarmed animal. As for Obama being a fake president, I will take this fake over a real BW Bush president any day.

      • ps0rjl says:

        I’ll bet if most of those military people you say love Ted Nugent would look into how he avoided serving during Vietnam, they would not look so fondly on him. As for John Kerry, he did two tours of Vietnam. The first he was an officer on a Navy frigate and the second he was in command of a swift boat. And before you bring up his swift-boating accusations you might want to hear the testimony of the men who served with him on the swift boat. They all liked him. Oh and by the way I am a proud liberal and a Democrat. I’m also a Vietnam veteran and a proud marine. Just where did you serve?

      • DurdyDawg says:

        So, your calling the majority of American voters ‘stupid liberals’..? Are you trying to compete with your trash talking idol? Really, I think you could use a professional enima for what ails you then you’ll less likely look like you sound.

      • Aaron_of_Portsmouth says:

        That’s OK—keep “blasting” the truth with falsehood. It’s a losing and fruitless exercise.
        The military loves what “ps0rjl” of the military doesn’t.
        Now that’s a remarkable bit of illogic that would cause Sherlock and Mr. Spock to groan and roll their eyes.

      • Independent1 says:

        Your comments sure prove that this study by LiveScience is accurate: You fit the pattern to a ‘T’!! An absolute low IQer!! (As does Ted Nugent!!)

        There’s no gentle way to put it: People who give in to racism and prejudice may simply be dumb, according to a new study that is bound to stir public controversy.

        The research finds that children with low intelligence are more likely to hold prejudiced attitudes as adults. These findings point to a vicious cycle, according to lead researcher Gordon Hodson, a psychologist at Brock University in Ontario. Low-intelligence adults tend to gravitate toward socially conservative ideologies, the study found. Those ideologies, in turn, stress hierarchy and resistance to change, attitudes that can contribute to prejudice, Hodson wrote in an email to LiveScience.

        “Prejudice is extremely complex and multifaceted, making it critical that any factors contributing to bias are uncovered and understood,” he said.

        Nonetheless, there is reason to believe that strict right-wing ideology might appeal to those who have trouble grasping the complexity of the world.

        “Socially conservative ideologies tend to offer structure and order,” Hodson said, explaining why these beliefs might draw those with low intelligence. “Unfortunately, many of these features can also contribute to prejudice.”

      • CalBM1 says:

        You gotta be shi**ng me. Nugent is a world class draft doger and ,Bush and Cheney should be tried for war crimes.Your butt must be talking because your mouth knows better.

    • James says:

      ps0rjl, thank you for your service. My ship was the USS Guadalcanal LPH-7. Us Navy guys were out-numbered, I guess 20 to one when we were out on deployment. I respect the U.S. Marines very much! Ted though, is a Veteran at heart( sarc.).

  5. paulyz says:

    Didn’t even Piers Morgan, a big supporter of gun control, after having Ted Nugent on his show, finally conclude that he was correct in that the 2nd. Amendment “really is about protection from our own government.” ???

    • johninPCFL says:

      Yes, you with your .22LR is going to stop the M1A2 coming up the driveway. But only in your dreams.

      • FredAppell says:

        Why would they even bother with a tank when they can use drones or cruise missiles to perform the same task. Paulyz won’t even see it coming.

        • Faraday_Cat says:

          Unless they really are targeting just him…the US military actually does a good job of minimizing collateral damage…it would probably be a Browning .50 cal to the head from a mile away (Marine recon snipers can do that)

    • Paul Bass says:

      Good Luck with that!

    • ThomasBonsell says:

      Where do you get that bovine excrement?

      If the Second Amendment were about “protection from our own government”, it most assuredly would say that. It doesn’t.

      Give me some quotes from the people who wrote the Second, people who passed it in Congress and people who ratified it in the states. Quotes, please.

      • idamag says:

        These people are the ones who make the words, “land of the free and home of the brave” a mockery. They want to hide behind guns and turn our streets into war zones. Adam Lanza’s right to carry a gun superceded those childrens’ rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.I grew up with guns, I have guns. I don’t sneak around looking for someone to kill or hide from the bogie man outside. I love Democracy. These government haters are trying to destroy democracy.

      • DurdyDawg says:

        It’s an historical fact that we only had one g’ment when this constitution was enacted, there was no national opposition therefore as it was during our very beginnings when we were trying to ween ourselves from another country’s g’ment, why in the world would it be written as protection from our own way of life? The founding fathers may had been visionaries but I just can’t believe that they would place a radical future safe guard into an ideal that they believed was righteous and would always be so while the constitution was in force. Generations later we began to chip away at the wording of our constitution and the only warning came from our 34th president who unfortunately WAS a visionary as it related to human nature and the organization he over-saw supremely during WWll that is now getting it’s strength from the complex political arena and the taxpayers it represents.

        • ThomasBonsell says:

          The absurdity of paulyz’s statement ought to be apparent to anyone who has a smidgen of American history.

          The man primarily behind adapting a new Constitution rather than amend the Articles of Confederation was James Madison of Virginia. The man appointed to head a committee to write and propose a Bill of Rights was that very same James Madison.

          It would be total nonsense to think that the man who spent his entire political life trying to unite the states under one nation would turn around and propose, as the first action in that new government, a method by which opponents of that new nation would be given the ability to destroy that nation.

          But that is the very argument coming from the National Rifle Association and its puppets such as paulyz.

        • CamCubed says:

          The man that 2A supporters typically turn to for their ideal that firearms are needed to fend off tyrannical governments is Thomas Jefferson. They even often cite him and his whole blood-dripping tree quote.

          There are four problems with that. One, Jefferson always preferred peaceful settlements. Two, that’s early Jefferson, and he grew more and more “statist” (scare-quoted because that term is a dog whistle for anarchist boobs) as he grew older and inherited the reins of federal government. Three, TJ believed in civic virtue as the key foundation to a prosperous and free society (not guns), and angrily began to withdraw from politics after his second term of presidency when it became patently clear to him even then (1808!) that civic virtue was already dead and gone from the American public. I’m a little more optimistic than he was; I think civic virtue lasted until 1828. Either way, it’s utterly gone now.

          And finally, how much of an opinion TJ should even HAVE on violent resistance is very much in question. He didn’t fight in the war. He didn’t fight for his own freedom. He was too busy throwing parties he couldn’t afford at Monticello and porking his slave girl. That being said, I’m hesitant to suggest that you can only have an opinion on war if you’ve fought in it and experienced it personally. That kind of strict empirical perspective places ridiculous limits on reasonable discourse. But it should also encourage modesty, and TJ’s oft-cited quote about the tree of liberty and blood of patriots is quite immodest coming from his lips.

    • ralphkr says:

      My, my, paulyz, how soon certain people forget or never knew US history. The Second Amendment was all about protecting the US GOVERNMENT since the Feds did not wish to incur the expense of a large standing army. The very first action taken utilizing the Second Amendment was using the “volunteer” (every able bodied man was required to have a weapon and be ready to answer the call) militia to put down the Whiskey Rebellion. For those unfamiliar with American history such as you, paulyz, the Whiskey Rebellion was a group of farmers who refused to pay a FEDERAL tax on the whiskey they made. So now you can see, paulyz, just how mistaken you and all the rest of those who have perverted the Second Amendment from supporting the Federal government into something that supports Anarchism.

      • idamag says:

        They don’t study history. If they had studied the arguments for and against every part of the constitution they might know exactly what our founding fathers meant, instead of putting their own interpretation to everything.

      • CamCubed says:

        Two things about that:

        a) The Whiskey Tax, among others in New England, was those states attempting to off-set, mitigate, and repay the massive war debt. The Revolutionary War wasn’t cheap. Tragically, a lot of people thought it was.

        b) In the defense of the farmers who rebelled, they honestly couldn’t afford the taxes. And you know what happened back in the 1700s if you couldn’t pay your legal bills. Bankruptcy and repossession were the least of your worries (though that’s awful enough).

        Thus, they had an authentic beef with the system. Yet, instead of mustering support in a civil and peaceful fashion, they turned to their muskets faaaaaar too quickly.

        Not unlike the Confederate states that started the Civil War. Set aside the fact that we know slavery is an inexcusable evil for a moment and put yourself in their shoes. They had a long history with slavery, a successful economy, and the abolitionist movement was growing and growing steadily since the 1830s. They were terrified. To make matters worse, only SOME of those who supported abolition really supported abolition. Far too many Whigs and then Republicans saw abolition and its proponents as “useful idiots” by which to expand their reach over federal government. A big beef between states that wanted full-blown slavery and states that were getting rid of slavery (if they hadn’t already, like New York) was whether new territories and future states would be slave states or no. In that case, for the purposes of expansionism, the political power was more a concern than economic, and there the future Confederates had a genuine beef. (Slavery is still wrong no matter how you slice it. But in the case illustrated above, it really was a matter of state rights.)

        But right or wrong (*wrong, dead wrong*), the Confederates resorted too SOON to the use of force to make their case. They had no moral grounding to resort to war from the perspective of any decent just war theory.

        Which means I have to wonder what it is about so many of my fellow Americans that makes them so witlessly, immorally, and indefensibly bloodthirsty. Coupled with the myths we have about our success to wage war (we’ve lost a lot more fights than popular history ever cares to admit), just why do Americans like to fight so much? We’re really not even THAT good at it. We’re average, and we’ve made it a point to go to war with nations that are generally below-average. The few fights we’ve had with nations on equal par were long, drawn-out, gruesome affairs that we either lost because we tried to man it up unilaterally, or we won because of powerful allies (e.g., though few want to admit this, but we may not have been able to defeat the Nazis without Stalin’s help). If you want a nationalist boost to pride then think of it the other way around — the USSR couldn’t have won without our help. Whatever helps the misplaced ego sleep at night.

        • ralphkr says:

          You have brought up some excellent points, CamCubed, and the most telling was: Why are Americans so violent and blood thirsty? I have always found it intriguing that Americans are so much more violent than the people in the nations from which we came. A few years back I noticed a report on violence in the US and it noted that among industrialized nations we were number one in deaths by fire arm, by sharp object, by blunt object. Must be something in our water supply.

          One minor correction: The Whiskey Tax was a Federal Tax passed in 1791 and not a state tax. Yes, we were deeply in debt before the Constitution was signed and have always been a debtor nation. Many economists claim that being a debtor nation is what contributed greatly to our economic growth. Yes, I know many claim that we were out of debt for 2 years but that claim is only valid if you consider owing less than a million $ as being free of debt.

          • CamCubed says:

            Thank you for the correction. I often conflate the Whiskey Tax with the many other lesser state and local taxes with which those (particular) farmers were already overburdened. The Whiskey Tax was just the straw that broke the camel’s back and prompted them to action. Unnecessarily violent action.

          • VulpineMac says:

            Regretfully, it’s not JUST Republicans or Americans who are so violent, it is the Human Species itself. Slowly, very slowly, we are growing away from violence as the first, second, third or even fourth resort. Unfortunately, it is still our LAST resort and often far earlier than that last resort for most.

    • idamag says:

      When we had a Black president elected, the white supremist groups doubled. That hate, you live with, might do damage to your brain.

      • DurdyDawg says:

        Dolts have no brains or is it that you believe in human equality like they don’t? Paulz is a brainless dolt who listens and believes bigger dolts far brainless than him and there’s no advocate who can change that reality.

  6. longtail says:

    You gotta admit, the nudge was never half this famous when he played music.

  7. Duckbudder says:

    13 guys wondering around from town to town. Asking the locals to feed, and shelter them. Nothing gay about that.

  8. midway54 says:

    This photograph is a perfect reflection of what every duped redneck, yahoo, and teabagger is like when riled up by Fox “News” and other rightwing sewage outlets against them socialist libruls, to the delight of the plutocracy that funds them all.

  9. ChristoD says:

    Actually Ted Nugent, those that oppose you oppose you because of your words and actions and nothing else. It is you who are the boot jack MF. Your insulting our LEGALLY elected PRESIDENT is a direct reflection of your ignorant intolerance of those whom you disagree with. You are quit simply a piss poor example of a red neck bully whom I am sure couldn’t whip a woman 50 lbs lighter than your sorry ass.

    • Truthblaster says:

      Actually your fake President did not win legally. It was the most corrupt election of all time. Computers changing Romney votes to Obama, illegals & dead people voting for this Kenya fake American.

      • ChristoD says:

        Truthblaster ? Yeah right. Try not to drown in that massive intake of radical right Kool-Aid and please stay away from that halucinatary mushroom you HAVE to be taking. You Sir are about as intelligent and objective as a post. Again, I say LEGALLY ELECTED PRESIDENT just to piss you off some more. Oh and he won in an electoral landslide. 🙂

      • ChristoD says:

        One last point, you forgot to call him a non-American, antichrist, Muslim, America hating, destroyer of the Constitution, dumb, ugly, etc. All of which is utterly preposterous just like just about everything you whacko’s espouse. Real Americans’ my ass.

      • idamag says:

        Blasted the truth, didn’t you? You whack jobs cannot accept a duly elected president unless he is as nuts as you are.

      • Faraday_Cat says:

        I would be very interested in seeing the verifiable proof of your claims, as this would be news to…oh…everyone. I am sincerely asking, since I want to know where you got your information, but consider this…if it were true, don’t you think Issa would have put together impeachment proceedings by now?

        • FredAppell says:

          Exactly! You brought up the one thing that nobody is talking about. If Obama violated the Constitution as many times as he has been accused of doing and if his Presidency is illegitimate than why hasn’t he been impeached? The right wingers can never answer that question, they stumble to come up with an explanation
          for it. They think everyone not them is under some kind of Obama delusion, well I sure as hell wasn’t going to vote for a Republican. Delusion my ass….It’s politics idiots!

      • Independent1 says:

        Here Mr. Low IQ – let’s take a look at some articles from the Washington Post on 2012 voter irregularities (and note that virtually all of them involve GOP-run states; you’re either a pathological liar or dumber than rock):

        FLORIDA — ‘Let us vote!’ The state Democratic Party filed a lawsuit to extend voting in four counties and voters waited for hours to try to vote Sunday. Florida traditionally has permitted Sunday voting, but the GOP-controlled state Legislature eliminated it last year. (GOP-run state)

        OHIO — New fears. Voters waited in freezing lines for hours to case early ballots for president. Scores of ministers urged their flocks to join them after services to vote. “The way stuff is happening here, they’ll have some law by tomorrow that says none of us can vote Tuesday,” said Pastor Dexter Wise of Columbus. (GOP-run state)

        VIRGINIA — Vote-dumping probe widens. State officials are expanding their probe of a former Republican National Committee worker who trashed voter-registration cards to a huge consulting group that has received more than $21 million from GOP campaign committees for work in the past decade. Voter activities by the same group prompted a fraud investigation last month in Florida . (GOP-run state)

        FLORIDA, MISSOURI, OHIO, VIRGINIA — Poll-watchers mobilized. A leading civil right group will be monitoring polls in nine states because it fears attempted suppression of voters through intimidation, deception or challenges to their eligibility. Other states under review include Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas. (All GOP-run states)

        WISCONSIN — Training poll workers to mislead? Romney campaign documents encourage the candidate’s poll workers to hide their affiliation to the public and to election workers. (GOP-run state).

        NORTH CAROLINA — Bogus callers tell people they can vote by phone. Election officials warned voters of the fraudulent messages, which have also been reported in the swing states of Florida and Virginia (GOP-run states).

        OHIO, WISCONSIN — Dozens of voter fraud billboards coming down. Civil rights groups had said the billboards, paid for by an anonymous group, were a brazen form of voter intimidation. The billboards, which featured a massive judge’s gavel and warned ”voter fraud is a felony,” were in African-American neighborhoods in Cleveland, Columbus and Milwaukee. The billboard company was Clear Channel Outdoor, which is co-owned by Bain Capital, Mitt Romney’s old private equity firm. (GOP-run states)

        VIRGINIA — Federal probe demanded. Three members of Congress have asked for a federal probe into vote fraud allegations. Virginia Democrats have been calling for a wider investigation since the Rockingham County sheriff’s office announced last week that it had arrested a Pennsylvania man on 13 counts of voter registration fraud. Colin Small, who had worked for a Republican Party contractor, was allegedly seen discarding completed voter registration forms in a Harrisonburg dumpster.(GOP-run)

        PENNSYLVANIA — More billboard complaints. Billboards advertising a state law on voter IDs are confusing people and could suppress voter turnout, voter advocates told the Philadelphia Daily News. A court delayed imposition of the law until 2013, but some billboards, part of a $5 million state advertising campaign, remain. Examples include 10 billboards in primarily Hispanic neighborhoods showing a woman with a driver’s license saying in Spanish: “This Election Day, if you have it, show it.” (GOP-run)

        OHIO, ARIZONA — Whoops, wrong Election Day. Authorities in a swing county in Ohio sent out notices to some voters announcing the elections as Nov. 8 instead of Nov. 6. The election director, a Republican, attributed the problem to a computer glitch. In one county in Arizona, the same error was made in Spanish-language voter registration cards. Officials called it an honest mistake. (Yeah right!! GOP-run states)

        VIRGINIA, WISCONSIN, IOWA — He’s back. Nathan Sproul, fired by the Republican National Committee amid fraud allegations in Florida, advertised for a voter canvassing operation this fall in as many as 30 states, his spokesman tells the Los Angeles Times. Virginia, Wisconsin and Iowa were three of the states where Sproul advertised for the $15-an-hour “conservative voter identification” effort. The Republican National Committee fired Sproul after authorities began an investigation into suspect forms in up in 10 Florida counties.(GOP – run)

        • Truthblaster says:

          You are obviously a paid troll liberal trying to hide the real story. This had nothing to do with having to stand in line while corrupt democraps bring bus loads of illegals in to vote at the last minute. You can`t handle the real story of massive voter fraud that the liberal controlled media will not talk about but make up stories about Republican fraud. The truth about all the lies will be coming out very soon, so go ahead and keep lying. You know you are the one with a IQ well below 60.

          • Independent1 says:

            Produce links or documentation on all those fantasy voting irregularities you’re claiming from a credible news source!! Come on!! Produce or shut up!!
            And a credible news source IS NOT Faux News, Rush Limpbag, Glenn Beek, Brietbart, or any other right-wing wacko news outlet. You are an absolute GOP loving sheeple with his head up the wrong place!!

          • old_blu says:

            “The truth about all the lies will be coming out very soon”
            I can prove with reliable links that are unbiased that you lie.
            Can you prove that you don’t lie?

          • CalBM1 says:

            Where was the voter fraud ? The only instance was in the south and it was a republican that was charged.You must have gotten your info from glenn beck when he was wearing his tin foil hat.

  10. ps0rjl says:

    Ted Nugent is an affront to anyone who has ever served in the military. I have a niece who is 4’11” and is in the reserves. Right now she is stationed at GITMO for a year. She puts Mr. NRA to shame. She at least knows something about honor and duty. Something the Nuge apparently never has.

  11. herchato says:

    Pat and Ted, what a lovely couple!

  12. Common Sense says:

    I’m calling my prediction: Nekkid photos of Farrell will eventually appear on the Internet but they won’t be the product of a non-consentual photography session in a healthclub shower.

  13. Grannysmovin says:

    Will Brooke: So when you don’t agree with something rather than have a honest reasonable debate, you pull out a rifle and start shooting. Did you invoke “Stand Your Ground” against those papers?
    Bryan Fischer: If Fischer wants to see the anti-Christ and where it resides, just look in the Mirror.
    Ted Nugent: “Reliable Sources are not the voices in your head Nugent – stop listening.

  14. Budjob says:

    I’m going to show my support for the second amendment right now! I’m rushing down to Gander Mountain to purchase a surface to air missile.Who knows what the crazies will want leagalized next!!!

  15. Michael G says:

    It’s too bad that local electorates don’t find out what kind of person they are putting into office until it’s too late. Mr. Vice-Mayor of Maricopa – what a piece of work he is – but now his Bigotry and Hatred are out in the open for everyone to see.

  16. highpckts says:

    They are all certifiably unhinged!!

  17. FredAppell says:

    Phew! First of all, let me begin by saying how relieved I am that Obama isn’t the Anti-Christ, I really wasn’t too sure you know! I’m so elated that all us heretical, godless progressives can sleep comfortably with the knowledge that we didn’t foist “Obama The Anti-Christ” on the rest of America. Second, God bless crazy Ted, whatever would we do without the wonderful mindless little snippets that he so eloquently provides for us every now and again.

  18. Truthblaster says:

    Wow you liberals are about the most ignorant scum of the Earth. Ted Nugent has more common sense and integrity in his pinky than all of you combined.
    Boy how terrible is it to be able to have guns to defend yourself from criminals and an out of control government. If you don`t like the US and the constitution get out of our country freaks.

    • idamag says:

      You ugly name-calling subversive low I.Q. people are what is going to destroy our democracy. In the first place, “you liberals” initimates you would rather have a one party system. The Koch brothers are working on it. And when you admire stinking doo doo, that doesn’t say much for you. I don’t belong to a party. I don’t believe in them. I know decent people from both real parties, but you don’t even like decent Republicans. You call them RINOs.

      • DurdyDawg says:

        And your a clueless hypocrite calling others subversives with low IQ’s because they call YOU names! What most are doing is trying to quiten the erratic reps and cons that are in a very minority class but seem to have louder bull horns to spread their tripe.. If you think we judge all republicans and conservatives because of a few (which I’m guessing even they can’t tolerate up to a point) then you are a blind idiot and if you reguard those erratic psychos as being the majority class of pubs then your on the wrong side of reality.. We know there are righteous republicans who believe in fair play and are quite willing to compromise on logical ideas just as there are underhanded dems who profit from the wranglings of both parties but when the so-called ‘career’ crimina, uh I mean politicians carry enough power to mute those in office who would follow their oath then the spotlight shines on perversity .. this is no secret that T-peers and extreme right conservatives think they only know. As far as destroying democracy, it came into effect the very second one group acused the other of wrong doings simply because it didn’t agree with their beliefs.. You can’t blame one group when the destruction of something we never really had included this entire nation. There are no good guys and bad guys in America, there are only Americans.. you in your perverted reality determine who’s good and who’s bad and most often relating it to you and your ilks likes and dislikes. Your pathetic! An uncompromising putz without a clue.

    • ps0rjl says:

      Truthblaster, you are the freak. First you talk about an out of control government and then you tell us if you don’t like the US, we should leave. Sounds to me like you should think about packing a suitcase.

    • Duckbudder says:

      Tb, why don’t you just go shit your pants for a week like old teddy the coward, and let the grown ups talk.

    • ralphkr says:

      If I may,Truthblaster, make one tiny correction to your post so that it is more accurate. Change “Ted Nugent has more common sense and integrity in his pinky than all of you combined” to “Ted Nugent has more common sense and integrity in his pinky than in his entire head.” and you shall have very accurately stated the mental prowess of the no-talent coward known as Ted Nugent.

    • steve kenna says:

      Mr. Truthblaster. To silence all of the “ignorant scum of the Earth” liberals, how about you tell us how you have every served the country you profess to love? And give us vets some units and dates so we know you’re not just using Google to sound authentic. My guess is you’re a white bread suburbanite, illiterate redneck, or a Tea Party hack that has never given a day of yourself for the greater good of the country, but now conveniently wraps yourself in the flag and insults those who do not agree with your narrow, uneducated, and, yes, myopic mindset. You see, people who have served did it with others of different races, religions, backgrounds, and even sexual orientations. We learned how to work together to get a mission completed – cross the aisle, in ancient Congressional-speak. But,unfortunately, with you I see the same, old, tired display of someone either morally bankrupt or with a self-serving agenda – when challenged on supposed “fact,” respond with insults and yell louder. To paraphrase Joseph Goebbels (Nazi Minister of Propaganda) “Tell a lie often enough and people will believe it.” No, it’s not the actual quote. I paraphrased it, but you get the idea. Now, may I suggest you close your pie hole and crawl back under the rock from where you emerged? Real Americans have a country to run for the good of us all.

      Semper Fi

      • Truthblaster says:

        No marine I have ever served with would stick up for this corrupt president that is a self professed Muslim. Your right I shouldn`t call liberals names but just state what they stand for…Killing baby`s in their Mothers body, starting the KKK, hating God, loving no jobs – just welfare & foods stamps to keep people suppressed and Lazy, illegals to vote, hate Christians and many more loving good American qualities. I am sure you don`t support any of those do you.

        • VulpineMac says:

          All I can say is, Learn your History. Who started the KKK? Why were social services begun? When? Not one word you’ve said makes sense because you simply demonstrate a complete lack of knowledge on every subject you try to ‘blast’.
          Please provide verifiable proof that President Obama EVER professed a Muslim belief for himself. I’ll grant that his early choice of a CHRISTIAN minister wasn’t the greatest, but he also left that church when he discovered its radical leanings.
          Again, show us verifiable facts to support your arguments–if you can.

    • CamCubed says:

      Pwned. Go back to Fox.

  19. progressiveandproud says:

    I wait every week to read the comic exploits of the right wing crazies. They never let me down. What a bunch of cashews.

  20. paganheart says:

    A bit of clarification, if I may. Arizona actually has two places named Maricopa: The COUNTY of Maricopa (where Joe Arpaio is the County Sheriff…unfortunately) and the TOWN of Maricopa, which is actually a very small place and is actually located in Pinal County (where this Farrell nutbag is the Vice Mayor.) That both Arpaio and Farrell managed to get elected should tell you more than you need to know about Arizona politics. Basically, it is hard to tell who is dumber: the politicians, or the borderline intellectually functioning voters who elect them.

    As an Arizona resident, I apologize for my state. Not everyone here is crazy, I promise. It’s just that only the crazy people bother to vote. The heat bakes your brains after a while, I’m afraid….

    • DurdyDawg says:

      Apology accepted, there has never been a time when an honest citizen could hold back a pack of wild dogs, he can only hope that they will eventually succumb to the rabid disease they inflict on themselves because of the wolves that surround them.

  21. timedonkey says:

    Ted is just having some fun. I do think it would be a good idea for him to ask his doctor if medical marijuana might not be right, far right, for him. The herb has helped a lot of fear biters to regain control of the fight or flight response and start to act normal.

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