The Nuge: Armed to the Teeth and High as Hell
The Nuge: A Reasonable Voice in the Gun Control Debate
Really, Ted? Is that all you want to be legal? Machine Guns? Come on. In today's War on Terror, every red-blooded, Bible-believing American family needs the right to artillery weapons. Good thing I took Ted to task in the comments section:
My idea of "gun control" is putting as many bullets as I can into the same hole. These guns are owned legally in most states, and by more than a half million American families without a hitch. The lies about scary guns couldn't be more intentionally deceptive and more regularly is reported by the media. The number of injuries and deaths each week during machine-gun fun by all of us? None. Zero, zilch, nada. Go figure. All I know is that when it comes time to have one hell of a fun, laugh-infested Uncle Ted Texas family BBQ party, heroes of law enforcement and military join us for some challenging machine-gun competition.
Is anyone else worried that Ted isn't vigorous enough in his advocacy for an armed citizenry? Machine guns are fine, but there may come a time when small artillery is needed to do the job. In fact, denying American families their right to the weapons of war just because Senator Kennedy hates the Constitution is downright apalling. I call on Ted to take a more aggressive stance against gun control; Americans want and need artillery weapons to defend home and family. This is precisely why my home is guarded with 20 Howitzers. Can "soft on artillery" Nugent say the same? Doubtful. Let's stop accepting piece-meal concessions from the Left on gun control and work towards arming each family like a small military unit. God Bless America!
Veteran of Foreign Wars, just like Honorary Soldier Ted
My response in turn prompted a rather insightful comment from another Trib reader going by the name Phillip: "This is starting to sound like Soldier of Fortune magazine. Is this the mercenary section of the Waco Tribune?"
Michigan Boy Nugent Showing His Rebel Pride