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Ted Nugent: War on Drugs

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TedNugentOne of the most dangerous places on earth is the 2,000-mile border between the US and Mexico. It is a drug war-zone where Washington politicians purposely forget to enforce border laws. In fact it is such a joke that when one of the mental midgets touts the US as a nation of laws you only have to point toward the border. This instantly sparks a display of verbal rambling reminiscent of Obama without his teleprompter.

The rocker turned patriot Ted Nugent has a few ideas on the subject.

“There isn’t a city in America that has not been scorched by drug-related violence,” said Nugent.

“In 2008 the drug cartels killed more than 4,000 Mexicans. Almost 500 Mexican police officers and soldiers have been killed since January 2007. Add to these increasing acts of violence against Border Patrol agents by the well-financed and well-armed drug cartels. They are as evil an adversary as the voodoo terrorist Taliban our soldiers face in Afghanistan.

President Obama has stated he will go after the cartels and increase efforts to combat gang-related crime. Good. But he better be prepared to wage war with them with more than just soaring rhetoric.

I’m aware there are prominent conservatives who make strong arguments in favor of legalizing drugs – for one, that it will take away a tool of organized crime. I don’t believe that. Legalizing drugs would be like pouring gasoline on a blazing fire in hopes of extinguishing it.

We have all the laws we need to fight drugs. What America needs is the willpower and a renewed warrior spirit to crush evil and evil-doers.”

I was ready to serve.

“Unfortunately, the president tapped former Seattle Police Chief Gil Kerlikowske as his drug czar. Kerlikowske then suggested we tone down our “war on drugs” rhetoric.

I disagree. Too bad you didn’t pick me, Mr. President.

Hippies, dopeheads, corrupt politicos and various forms of human debris hate me, making me the perfect for the job.

As drug czar, I would charge our mayors and police departments to commit to fighting the drug gangs. It would be our top priority. Our inner cities will remain war zones until we commit to taking the trash out. America needs to better arm our Border Patrol agents and we need more of them.

The governors of the border states should call out the National Guard to assist the Border Patrol in securing the border. As drug czar, I would challenge them to do this today, as I would the governments of Mexico and South America.

Working with the Colombian government a few years back, U.S. Special Forces filled Pablo Escobar with bullet holes. Until assuming room temperature, he controlled 80 percent of all the cocaine shipped into America.

Every American who smokes dope, manufactures, buys or sells meth or uses any illegal drug is aiding and abetting the enemies of America. Case closed.

This spiritual inbreeding and cannibalism must be identified, admitted and stopped immediately. America can and must do this. Good over evil.”

Thanks Ted! Although I don’t agree with the concept of a Czar of any kind, you would be the one voice guaranteed to shine a light on this serious issue. Heck, you wouldn’t even need a teleprompter.

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Written by Lord Crimson

June 15, 2009 at 9:00 pm

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  1. […] winter but it’s like when you’re waiting at the store for that women to count out $2 Ted Nugent: War on Drugs – lordcrimson.wordpress.com 06/16/2009 One of the most dangerous places on earth is the […]

  2. Hi LC & Ted,

    One of the other most dangerous places on earth is my yard. You step on it without an invitation and my pack of pit bulls will strip the flesh from your bones faster than any mess of piranha. Oh, and then they’ll eat your bones as well. Oh, oh, and my biggest dog will make a valiant attempt at eating you car if you decide not to get out. I hope to catch it on video one of these days as he bites through someone’s tire. It’s quite impressive.

    And to think that all of my fine canine guardians were cast off by their original owners, and left wandering sick and homeless on the streets to starve or die from disease. By the way, if anyone thinks that one of my dogs was once theirs, and if they would like to come by and claim it, allow me to just say, please do. Really, I’d purely love to have a conversation with you about how to treat animals.

    (sorry for the rant LC,)
    the Grit

    the Grit

    June 17, 2009 at 3:52 pm

    • Hi Grit

      From the first time the phrase “Release the Hounds” served as the battle cry of the landowner protecting his property until now, you can never go wrong having several patrolling the homefront. May I say your little friends sound particularly effective. It’s a shame they had such a rocky start, but it now appears they have found their place and purpose.

      Lord Crimson

      June 17, 2009 at 8:42 pm

  3. Hi LC,

    Not so little friends, I feel compelled to point out. Our largest beast, appropriately named “Wild Man,” a pit bull who weighs in at 86 pounds and has been known to eat cans of cat food, whole. In a way though, you are correct. Our most vicious dog is a ten pound Chihuahua named “Dirty Harry.” He might not be able to kill you, unless you were passed out on the ground, but the little f*** will definitely try.

    Still, we are glad we’ve been able to help as many abandoned animals as we have.

    the Grit

    the Grit

    June 18, 2009 at 6:11 pm


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