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Ted Nugent calls Trayvon Martin a '17-year-old dope smoking, racist gangsta wannabe' Comments

Conservative rocker, NRA member, and outspoken critic of the Obama regime, Ted Nugent has published a statement in the Conservative publication, Rare, blaming the death of Trayvon Martin on Trayvon Martin. Continue Reading

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  1. michael Poirier
    1 year ago

    Funny how there was a rash a robberies but when Trayvon was killed the robberies stopped...

  2. theman
    1 year ago

    Black people can be prejudice but CAN NOT be RACIST. "Racism is a problem of institutionalization,where one group has the power to take its prejudices and exercise them with impunity under de facto color of law". African Americans and people of color do not have institutionalized power, established over centuries, to impose their prejudices and preferences on the majority culture.

  3. karlVDH
    1 year ago

    Nothing like a wannabe politician getting press by saying outrageous things about a dead kid with no record who's not here to defend himself. Ted Nugent was a second rate rocker, a "B-list" act at best, and as a political voice, he's just completely out of his depth and sinking to the lowest of tactics for publicity.
    Shame on Ted Nugent.

  4. George Ronald Adkisson
    1 year ago

    Ted Nugent naturally could...but he was probably told what the questions would be before he was asked ... then advised by a publisist what answers, would get the most exposure on the media networks. And don't forget Ted had some previous remarks for Obama about Obama and Obama's reaction was to send the FBI to Ted Nugent.
    Some people don't mind skin color, they mind CIA propped presidents residing there in Washington DC using rogue tactics on insuspecting children of all colors.They mind being branded as a gang member or possible terrorist...because the outcome in Washington every viewed historically was a monetary one and not a human one. That's not changed since Vietnam...or their first day.
    Ted might even be able to lead some children to a life that does end placing future generations in an arena where a coin is more valueable than life itself.
    Helping the poor could have stopped this event...but we know who had to get rich first before they could.

  5. abey
    1 year ago

    But then a chance to transform has been deprived. Setting aside race & racism, Martin no doubt a violent/short tempered lad had no cases of murder to his records so by his act his intention could not have been to kill.

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