|Human excrement Ted Nugent|
Racist, misogynist, draft dodging, pedofile Ted Nugent has crawled out from underneath his rock to voice his opinion on last weeks mass shooting at Umpqua Community College in Oregon. In doing so Nugent has once again make a fool of himself and further proved that he and the ammosexuals and fetishised gun humpers need to go the way of the dinosaurs.
On October 7th N.R.A. board member Ted Nugent wrote a column for the whacked out right wing website World Net Daily headlined, "The Answer: Get A Damn Handgun”. In the piece Nugent declaring that any laws or regulations of guns is unconstitutional and then blamed the victims of gun violence for not carrying a weapon.
Here is an excerpt from the column…
"How brainwashed, sheep-like and braindead must one be..."
"Anything, any law, any regulation, any directive, any decree, any dastardly claim to the contrary is pure, unambiguous criminal infringement in the first degree, and I see a whole gang of criminal violators everywhere I look in our government, our courts and in pretty much every power-abusing bureaucracy out there."
"Meanwhile, those losers amongst us - spinelessly discarding self-evident truth, logic, common sense and pure human instinct - continue to fall for the big lie of political correctness, and get cut down by murderous maniacs like blind sheep to slaughter."
Nugent's advice that people should arm themselves is based on his false belief that the October 1st shooting at Umpqua Community College took place in a "gun-free zone" when in fact the campus was not a "gun-free zone" and it was common knowledge that many students carried guns on it's campus.
Blaming unarmed victims of gun violence for not defending themselves is an increasing trend among conservatives as recently seen in the words spoken by Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson who said "I would not just stand there and let him shoot me." This despite the fact that Carson later shared an anecdote about facing an armed robber at a fast food restaurant and recounted that he told the gunman to shoot the manager saying: "I believe that you want the guy behind the counter."
Another example of victim blaming was committed following the June 17 killing of nine people at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina, NRA board member Charles L. Cotton wrote that the victims died because the church reverend (who was also killed in the attack) was an advocate for gun safety laws.
So to Teddy and all his ilk I say: Thank you for playing the game called humanity but you have lost and now it is time for you to turn in your game pieces and go away... Far far away.