Archive for April 19th, 2012

Any Room For Ted Nugent?

Thursday, April 19th, 2012

President Obama aboard the Rosa Parks bus in Dearborn, Michigan’s Henry Ford Museum yesterday.

The Inalienable Right to Sag

Thursday, April 19th, 2012

Alabama Judge John Bush does not like the ‘sagging pants’ fashion common on city streets today. So when LaMarcus D. Ramsey, 20, came to County Court holding up his jeans, he was given a three-day jail sentence for contempt of court.

“You are in contempt because you showed your butt in court,” a visibly irate Bush told Ramsey.

I guess Judge Bush doesn’t remember the hair wars of the ‘60’s.  Basically the more the older generation bitched, the longer we grew our hair.  Besides asserting our First Amendment rights, it was fun to watch old people getting upset over nothing.

Of course this is Alabama – not exactly the most progressive state in the union.  As a matter of fact, Alabama’s state motto is, “Thank God for Mississippi!”

Ask Him If He Knows Any Hookers

Thursday, April 19th, 2012

Over-the-hill rocker/hunter Ted Nugent was pounding his macho chest on the Glen Beck show last weekend. He was in St. Louis for a National Rifle Association meeting and chose to sing his looney tunes about the presidential election campaign.

“We need to ride into that battlefield and chop their heads off in November,” the “Motor City Madman” said of the Obama administration. “If Barrack Obama becomes the next president in November, I will either be dead or in jail by this time next year.”

The Secret Service was not amused and demanded Nugent meet with them today to discuss if this was a real threat.  Of course the SS has some problems of its own right now and should have better things to do.

This is America!  You can hear any drunken nitwit making “threats” like that in bars across the country.  It’s our Constitutional right to make asses of ourselves and common sense should dictate what restricts those rights.

Ted shouldn’t worry about the Secret Service – but I’ll bet the IRS will take a REAL CLOSE look at his tax returns next year.