Ted Nugent's latest spew reminds me a lot of little kids fighting with each other.
"You're a poopy-head!"
"You're a bigger poopy-head and Mom loves me more!"
In the Nuge's case, the terms is rougher, but the concept is the same. This dude is a two-year old with a microphone and no discipline. Because he can't pull the right epithet out of his head, he resorted to the claim that he was just too nice when he called the president a sub-human mongrel.
Speaking to Guns.com, Nugent described his "subhuman mongrel" comment as "precious" and "probably much too delicate." In remarks that echoed the NRA's anti-federal law enforcement commentary of the 1990s, Nugent also said his "subhuman mongrel" phrase was inspired by "jackbooted thuggery" committed by "out of control government agents."
Oh, don't we just wish. Because if there was real jackbooted thuggery, he'd find one landing right on his ass.
NUGENT: I think if a person creates an environment where sheeple can be led to gas chambers, I don't think the term subhuman mongrel is too outrageous. I don't know if there is any English term, or any term available to mankind to adequately describe the depth of evil to a human who would deny good from winning over evil and with the insanity of our government, the insanity and the abuse of power, the runaway corruption deceit and dishonesty coming out of Barack Obama and Eric Holder and Hillary Clinton and Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi and the left, they really believe that they can take our tax dollars and hire machine gun-toting security guards while dictating unarmed helplessness to their employers. Can you think of a word that could be offensive enough to describe someone who takes your money to hire security people while passing laws denying you the right to be secure? So subhuman mongrel was probably much too delicate.
His word salad is right up there with Sarah Palin's. What a bunch of persecuted victims, whining about non-existent gubmint dictators preventing good from winning over evil.
If he's supposed to be the good guy, give me the alternative.