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Ted Nugent will be attending the Sate of the Union as a guest of a Republican congressman. Should he have been invited after the hateful comments made against the President?

Just Stressed 2013/02/12 19:43:56
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Texas congressman Steve Stockman invited Nugent to the SOTU.

Nugent last year made a subtle death threat against President Obama and he was questioned by the Secret Service.

His lists of anti Obama rants goes on but after the threat against the President you'd think the congressman would know better.

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  • Just Stressed 2013/02/12 23:52:39
    No
    Just Stressed
    +17
    MY QUESTION WASN'T IF HE HAS A 'RIGHT' TO ATTEND. I realize there are a lot of Republicans on this thread and most of you seem to lack some kind of reading comprehension.

    I am questioning the judgment, moral and ethically thinking of a congressman inviting a man who made a threat against the President's life (whether as a joke or not).

    This is like inviting a supporter of al queda to tour the Pentagon.

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  • Zoomie 2013/02/14 16:21:30
    Yes
    Zoomie
    Sure, why not?

    Why should rude and disrespectful Republicans stop now?
  • JwonGalt 2013/02/14 00:24:45
    No
    JwonGalt
    +1
    Should he have been? No. Ted Nugent is a joke,
  • wildemanne 2013/02/13 23:35:48
    Yes
    wildemanne
    +1
    he's the duly self appointed represenative of the state of perversion where he hangs his hat
  • WF - Rumpelstiltskin -PWCM~JLA 2013/02/13 20:21:27
    Yes
    WF - Rumpelstiltskin -PWCM~JLA
    If you base you comments of hate speech. Obama himself could not attend.
  • Car1u5~PWCM~JLA 2013/02/13 19:56:06
    Yes
    Car1u5~PWCM~JLA
    he was invited by the oppossition to the president, so he was probably asked because of his hateful comments.
  • mikeyavelli 2013/02/13 19:54:04
    Yes
    mikeyavelli
    What hateful comments did he make about obama ?
    There is not much difference between truth and what the left calls hate for their messiah.
  • Brian ☮ R P ☮ 2012 ☮ 2013/02/13 17:39:07
    Yes
    Brian ☮ R P ☮ 2012 ☮
    He made no threat, and his comments are no more "hateful", than those of the POTUS and other liberals.
  • wildemanne Brian ☮... 2013/02/13 23:40:27
    wildemanne
    so his confession on vh1 about taking advantage of children underage doesnt bother conservanazis? oh he brought extras for the conserv house repubs.
  • Brian ☮... wildemanne 2013/02/14 05:08:05
    Brian ☮ R P ☮ 2012 ☮
    What exactly, does that have to do with my comment?? Or this thread in general?? Is misdirection the best you've got?? Bite me!
  • blakkykarben 2013/02/13 17:30:02
  • mikeyav... blakkyk... 2013/02/13 19:06:02
    mikeyavelli
    A true liberal. Name calling and all. Dirty shirts on conservatives? You mean like the exemplary cleanliness of the occupy Wall St gang? Conservatives are clean, and we buy our own soap too.
  • wildemanne mikeyav... 2013/02/13 23:41:54
    wildemanne
    if repubs could read you would already know this to be true
  • john brenni 2013/02/13 17:12:35
  • teachaman~PWCM~JLA 2013/02/13 17:07:12 (edited)
    Yes
    teachaman~PWCM~JLA
    the so-called "death threat" that Ted Nugent made was actually a prediction that it was HE, not Mr. Obama, that might be in danger during a second Obama regime ... please see the TRUTH of what he said and not what the Obama-worshippers in the media want you to see

    here is what he ACTUALLY SAID and what the Secret Sevice determined WAS NOT A THREAT against Mr. Obama ...


    Nugent said that "if Barack Obama becomes the president in November, again, I will be either be dead or in jail by this time next year.”

    http://articles.businessinsid...
  • Todd The Libertarian 2013/02/13 16:06:14
    No
    Todd The Libertarian
    Shows that the tea folks have no class.Ted is a proven racist,child molester and threatened the life of the president.Ted Nugent is their guest of honor!
  • actionjksn 2013/02/13 14:55:17
  • Crank_It_Up 2013/02/13 09:24:48
    No
    Crank_It_Up
    +2
    I've never seen Ted's birth certificate, he's probably a communist that hates our country and is trying to destroy it with his evil devil music that infects our kids.
  • Navin J... Crank_I... 2013/02/15 23:42:24
    Navin Johnson (The Jerk)
    evil devil music? him? ha!
  • Stinger61 2013/02/13 09:00:18
    Yes
    Stinger61
    Opposing sides made nasty threating remarks aimed at Bush, (including John Kerry in 2006) so what’s the big deal. Seems to me that comment proves there is a double standard.
  • Ryan Thomas 2013/02/13 07:55:48
    No
    Ryan Thomas
    He seems rather crazy to me. However, he does have a right to attend. I simply think that it is somewhat in poor taste to an extent.
  • KoAm 2013/02/13 07:03:37
    Yes
    KoAm
    +3
    >>>Nugent last year made a subtle death threat against President Obama and he was questioned by the Secret Service. >>>

    And you conveniently left out the part where the Secret Service investigated the "threat" thoroughly, and found there was nothing to it.

    Sounds like someone wants to keep Nugent away from the SOTU because of the views he holds -- not because of "threats against the president" that the Secret Service determined weren't even threats.

    How come you're not exhibiting the same level of indignation over the illegal immigrants who were brought to the SOTU by some Democrat lawmakers?

    Unlike Nugent, you see, those illegal immigrants have actually broken the law. Curiously, though, I see nothing here from you objecting to that.
  • McCate 2013/02/13 05:47:05
    Yes
    McCate
    He is an american citizen, he pays a healthy tax to the government sooo YES!!!!
  • Wayne 2013/02/13 05:44:57
    Yes
    Wayne
    +1
    LOL! Is the author of this post afraid Nugent? Good for him to be invited, whether or not some people think they should be the judge and jury of who attends is the funniest lwnj behavior, maybe even worse than Nugent. LOL!
  • Gid 2013/02/13 05:33:13
    Yes
    Gid
    +1
    The guy speaks his mind and is not all the PC. This hardly makes him ineligible to listen to a bunch of verbal fertilizer.
  • Herbtheman 2013/02/13 04:45:03
    Yes
    Herbtheman
    +2
    Most of us feel the same way about obommer
  • Gypsy 2013/02/13 04:32:01
    Yes
    Gypsy
    +1
    Sure, why not? I guess the Texas congressman can invite whoever he wants.
  • rk 2013/02/13 04:07:10
    Yes
    rk
    +2
    you bet
  • Jeff Palin 2013/02/13 03:54:00
    Yes
    Jeff Palin
    +1
    well he agreed to it according to the video I heard him speak with Glenn Beck(jinks)just found this question after I had my(Ted Nugent Question) posted minutes ago..................
    Though...........I concur*
  • s2k 2013/02/13 03:37:50
    Yes
    s2k
    +1
    Sure its a free country
  • cheshirewayne 2013/02/13 03:27:31
    Yes
    cheshirewayne
    +3
    I always get a laugh out of liberal BS.
  • Allie May 2013/02/13 03:15:06
    No
    Allie May
    No, but the classiest of our society always makes the best decisions such as these.
  • inewsmaster 2013/02/13 03:12:25
    Yes
    inewsmaster
    +1
    It's always good to keep your enemies close. Just in case.
  • PandoraBoxe 2013/02/13 03:01:00
    No
    PandoraBoxe
    +1
    HELL NO!
    although on second thought... anyone should be honored to be invited to the SOTU event.... even someone who has threatened the POTUS!
  • Unicorn... Pandora... 2013/02/13 04:51:20
    Unicorns vs Narwhals
    +1
    I can think of a few people who would be outraged if they were invited to the state of the union speech. He didn't really threaten Obama and last time I checked the 1st amendment protects the freedom of speech.
  • Pandora... Unicorn... 2013/02/14 02:21:36
    PandoraBoxe
    Freedom of Speech, absolutely right UNLESS it is a threat against POTUS!

    And Nugent did, however veiled and THAT is a class D felony:


    Threatening the President of the United States is a class D felony under United States Code Title 18, Section 871.[1] It consists of knowingly and willfully mailing or otherwise making "any threat to take the life of, to kidnap, or to inflict bodily harm upon the President of the United States". The United States Secret Service investigates suspected violations of this law and monitors those who have a history of threatening the President.
  • Unicorn... Pandora... 2013/02/14 02:53:00 (edited)
    Unicorns vs Narwhals
    What proof do you have that he threatened him? It looked to me like he was giving the president advise of what to not do.

    Oh and by the way the freedom of speech is not an absolute right. The only reason we have that right is because of the first amendment.
  • Pandora... Unicorn... 2013/02/14 16:15:51 (edited)
    PandoraBoxe
    whatever... what I enjoy about SH is that we all can share opinions... thanx ;-}
  • Unicorn... Pandora... 2013/02/14 18:47:10
    Unicorns vs Narwhals
    What I enjoy about SodaHead is seeing people that are actually worse with grammar than I am.
  • Pandora... Unicorn... 2013/02/17 04:46:01
    PandoraBoxe
    if you say so ;-}
  • Guru_T_Firefly 2013/02/13 02:59:44
    No
    Guru_T_Firefly
    +6
    Someone need to tell Ted that his fifteen minutes are up.
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