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Latest Ted Nugent Items
Rocker Ted Nugent, who just made media waves with a printed reference of President Obama as a "subhuman mongrel," now says he's going stop calling people names — but apparently not the name "liar."
Corpus Christi Caller-Times. Feb. 23, 2014.
Mitt Romney rallied with Kid Rock and President George W. Bush had a fan in Alice Cooper. But a Ted Nugent encore in the Texas governor's race is growing unlikely after blowback from Republican Greg Abbott's embrace of the ultimate shock rocker.
Sen. Rand Paul said in a Twitter message that rocker-turned-activist Ted Nugent ought to apologize for making "offensive" remarks about President Obama.
Rocker Ted Nugent issued an apology of sorts Friday for referring to President Obama as a "subhuman mongrel" in a published interview with Guns.com.
Republican Attorney General Greg Abbott says Ted Nugent "rightly apologized" for degrading comments that resurfaced after welcoming the polarizing rocker to his campaign for Texas governor.
Loose lips sink ships, we were told during World War II, when the North Atlantic was a maze of ships taking food and arms to England with German submarines in hot pursuit, sinking ships faster than Henry J. Kaiser could build them.
Nugent performed at Perry's inauguration in 2007. Perry said Nugent saying something outrageous shouldn't surprise anyone.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry on Thursday condemned inflammatory remarks by Ted Nugent that resurfaced when the outspoken rocker this week joined Republican Greg Abbott's gubernatorial campaign.