Ted Nugent Rants On ‘Subhuman Mongrel’ Obama And Hillary’s ‘Spare Scrotums’ (VIDEO)

Ted Nugent spreading 'cat scratch fever' to president Obama.

Redneck rocker Ted Nugent’s latest remarks Hillary’s ‘spare scrotums,’ and Obama being ‘subhuman,’ make us wonder: How much acid did he drop in the 1970’s? Photo of Ted Nugent from his facebook page.

Ted Nugent is at it again. In his usual style, Uncle Ted just couldn’t bring it all together in a recent interview.  Stringing together way too many adjectives in his all-too-typical tirade left poor Uncle Ted where he usually seems to find himself: looking a little bit crazy, confused on his actual position, and leading all of us to wonder how much acid he actually dropped back in the 70’s.

Ted Nugent, former flamboyant 70’s rock star, draft dodger, squirrel chaser and long time, self-appointed political critic, was actually making some bipartisan sense before he followed himself down a rabbit trail getting lost in his own tirade.  He was making so much sense this time that he didn’t even spare the Republican party. He said the Republicans are “so busy adjusting their tie they wouldn’t know how to sell a blanket to a naked man in the blizzard.”  Ted Nugent also said:

“The state of politics in America are heart breaking, tragic, virtually self-inflicted, and I think I’m speaking for everybody here.”

Why couldn’t he just stop there? Ted Nugent actually made a good point! But some people just don’t know when to shut-the-hell-up!

 And then the squirrel chasing began…

That was as good as Uncle Ted had to give during this interview. Apparently a squirrel ran right by and in classic form, Ted Nugent took up the chase. Explaining why he himself would make a good president, Nugent went on to apologize to all our military heroes for “a commander-in-chief who is the enemy of the U.S. military.” Further bashing our “gangster” President, calling Obama, “a Chicago, communist- raised, communist-educated, communist-nurtured, subhuman mongrel.”

But wait! On last check, Ted Nugent was referring to Obama as a Nazi, and before that, Uncle Ted called Obama a socialist.  It must be hard to be so confused so often.

 Ted Nugent’s “substantive” criticism and “clearly apparent” explanations doom liberal democrats to jail for treason and refer to our President as a “chimpanzee”. Really, Uncle Ted, what exactly is your point? A chimpanzee? And what about this reference to Hilary Clinton’s “spare scrotums?”  Do the words racist or misogynistic mean anything to you, Uncle Ted? All of this from a great supporter of Mitt Romney.  Is it okay to laugh out loud yet?

You can watch Uncle Ted say all these crazy things right here:


Some people just never grow up, do they!  Throwing insults and name-calling during tantrums disguised as intelligent conversation is Ted Nugent’s normal style.  Personal attacks are his mode.  He is actually well-versed at slinging insults without ever making any valid or useful points.

Contradicting himself is normal for Ted Nugent.

But Ted Nugent admirers should look on the bright side. His fans shouldn’t be disappointed in his latest performance. He might actually be a great presidential candidate!  To begin with, his NRA Board Member Bio reads like a Redneck Who’s Who!  And after all, politicians are indeed famous for their inconsistencies and lies.  Contradicting himself is what good ol’, gun-toting Uncle Ted seems to be best at. One must wonder, would Ted Nugent, a self-admitted pedophile, have blown himself away after his own fling with a 12-year-old?  He said recently,

“Instead of arresting people for molesting children twenty-four times, I would rather the Dad walked in the room, found a person molesting that child, and blew his brains out.”

If elected, it’s probably safe to assume that we can count on Ted Nugent to continue all the emotional appeals and media antics while implementing his new system of vigilante justice. Way to go, Uncle Ted! Good thing for him that 12-year olds can’t vote!

Please spare us, Uncle Ted. Quit using your fame to vent your racist, biased, ranting opinions. The only people listening long enough for you to make a point are just as crazy as you are. We all liked you better back in 1978. People actually liked you for being obnoxious back then. Back then, you were kinda cool, man.

If you haven’t seen Ted Nugent’s 1978 hit, “Cat Scratch Fever,” here’s the video.