Ted Nugent recently came under a lot of left-wing media fire for calling President Obama a “subhuman mongrel” and “gangster”.
He has since apologized, since it’s brought grief to Republican gubernatorial hopeful Gregg Abbott and other Republican politicians for whom Ted’s trying get out the votes.
Of course, despite Ted’s apology, left wingers aren’t letting up on their vicious attacks on the rocker, especially Texas gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis. She released a hateful ad against Ted, calling him a “predator”.
But the truth is, Ted is an advocate for family values, as he suggests with his astute observation about the role guns played in the Newtown massacre:
“As with most things, the cure to this mess begins and ends with the family… Traditional family values have been under siege for decades by our culture of contempt. In the absence of a solid family, the whole thing slowly unravels and rots.”
And truth be known, Ted has been on the front lines of the defense against this siege throughout the decades, as is obvious from his song lyrics. Take for instance the following verse from his hit tune, Cat Scratch Fever, that advocates for unconditional love between a man and woman:
I make the pussy purr with
The stroke of my hand
They know they gettin’ it from me
They know just where to go
When they need their lovin man
They know I do it for free
or this verse from Jailbait, espousing the virtues of clean sex:
Well I don’t care if you’re just thirteen
You look too good to be true
I just know that you’re probably clean
There’s one lil’ thing I got do to you
Jailbait you look so good to me…
And perhaps no other Ted Nugent song has promoted family values quite like the heart-warming foot-tapper, Wang Dang Sweet Poontang:
That Nadine, what a teenage queen
She lookin’ so clean
Especially down in between
What I like…
She’s so sweet when she yanks on my meat
Finally Ted croons about just how deep, compassionate and explosive his love can be in his 2007 hit Love Grenade:
I am a dangerous weapon baby, I’m your machine gun man
Don’t make me shoot you down baby, I just wanna be your….
I’m comin in, Love grenade
So left-wingers just need to chill out, embrace freedom, and quit picking on Ted. Those who keep bashing him haven’t spent enough time listening to his extraordinary lyricism.
Here’s Wang Dang Sweet Poontang for your Friday listening pleasure: