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    Re: Ted Nugent: I Might Run for President

    Quote Originally Posted by CRUE CAB View Post
    Coming from someone not even in the US.
    I do live in the US, and I think the Nuge is unfit to be President.


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    This issue has been plowed more times than Paris Hilton.
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    Too bad we have to observe human rights.

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    Re: Ted Nugent: I Might Run for President

    Quote Originally Posted by upsideguy View Post
    Just think of all the great Democratic wet dream combos:

    Nugent / Palin
    Nugent / Trump
    Nugent / Cruz
    Nugent / Cain
    Cain / Palin
    Palin / Bachman
    Palin / Trump....

    Like Mr. Potatohead, you too can build your own GOP losing ticket. Let's see which combo creates the biggest laugh....
    Cruz/Bachmann


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    Re: Ted Nugent: I Might Run for President

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    yeah those two war heroes obama and biden are upset over that.

    McCain was a war hero-I bet that meant nothing to you in 2008
    I was merely affirming your assertion that the Reps would elect a draft dodger (actually, they seem to prefer them). Now I could also bore you with the distinguished service of those from the other side of the aisle, further confirming your assertion that the Dems don't like draft dodgers, but I will not.

    I, for one, do not find it a big deal one way of the other. Except, if a candidate advocates for the sword, I want them to have had actual experience with the sword (a metaphor for understanding war in its fullest). There is nothing worse than a chickenhawk. Dick Cheney was the quintessential despicable chickenhawk and we are still paying the price (in dollars, reputation and diplomatic capital)

    McCain was a good man and a good candidate. Other than his choice of running mate, which to me reflected very poor judgment, I would have found him an acceptable POTUS.
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    Re: Ted Nugent: I Might Run for President

    What are we talking about, someone who is jailed or dead, like Nugent is cannot become president.
    Former military man (and now babysitter of Donald Trump) John Kelly, is a big loud lying empty barrel!

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    Re: Ted Nugent: I Might Run for President

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    USAMU doesn't take people as officers. lots of shooters I know with degrees-Joe Dixon, Terry Wentzel DeWitt (fourth at Atlanta, Ladies Double Trap) went in as enlisted.
    I couldn't find where the Army says no officer shooters, still it is stupid to say taking a couple of years in service to the nation is stupid. One way of looking at it the Army would have paid for your lawyer training, I know a couple of JAGs who took that route, the Army more than likely would have loved to sponsor you in school and i do see where the ROTC can participate in the big army matches. Shooting at big military matches, getting your schooling paid for while you serve the nation in a pudknocker slot AND get to say, yeah I served- did you? Better coffee a millionaire's money can't buy.....

    Oh and on the Kerry thing- the right wing loves to claim silly things like 'he turned his back on his fellow vets' please point to where he did that. I found 1971 testimony where he tells the stories FROM fellow vets but he didn't damn any one of them. he didn't drop a dime on any one, he didn't turn his back on his fellow vets but on the war.

    There is a difference...

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    Re: Ted Nugent: I Might Run for President

    Ted Nugent for first zombie president of America
    Former military man (and now babysitter of Donald Trump) John Kelly, is a big loud lying empty barrel!

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    Re: Ted Nugent: I Might Run for President

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter King View Post
    Ted Nugent for first zombie president of America
    Wango Tango!

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    Re: Ted Nugent: I Might Run for President

    Quote Originally Posted by rocket88 View Post
    I do live in the US, and I think the Nuge is unfit to be President.
    You know his running, or saying he would run is a lark dont you?

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    Re: Ted Nugent: I Might Run for President

    Quote Originally Posted by upsideguy View Post
    I was merely affirming your assertion that the Reps would elect a draft dodger (actually, they seem to prefer them). Now I could also bore you with the distinguished service of those from the other side of the aisle, further confirming your assertion that the Dems don't like draft dodgers, but I will not.

    I, for one, do not find it a big deal one way of the other. Except, if a candidate advocates for the sword, I want them to have had actual experience with the sword (a metaphor for understanding war in its fullest). There is nothing worse than a chickenhawk. Dick Cheney was the quintessential despicable chickenhawk and we are still paying the price (in dollars, reputation and diplomatic capital)

    McCain was a good man and a good candidate. Other than his choice of running mate, which to me reflected very poor judgment, I would have found him an acceptable POTUS.
    both parties have had war heroes like JFK, Hubert Humphrey and Bob Kerry on the democrat side and Joe Foss (MOH) and Jeremiah Denton and Bob Dole on the GOP.



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    Re: Ted Nugent: I Might Run for President

    Quote Originally Posted by notquiteright View Post
    I couldn't find where the Army says no officer shooters, still it is stupid to say taking a couple of years in service to the nation is stupid. One way of looking at it the Army would have paid for your lawyer training, I know a couple of JAGs who took that route, the Army more than likely would have loved to sponsor you in school and i do see where the ROTC can participate in the big army matches. Shooting at big military matches, getting your schooling paid for while you serve the nation in a pudknocker slot AND get to say, yeah I served- did you? Better coffee a millionaire's money can't buy.....

    Oh and on the Kerry thing- the right wing loves to claim silly things like 'he turned his back on his fellow vets' please point to where he did that. I found 1971 testimony where he tells the stories FROM fellow vets but he didn't damn any one of them. he didn't drop a dime on any one, he didn't turn his back on his fellow vets but on the war.

    There is a difference...
    I didn't need the taxpayer to pay my law school fees but looking back it might have been a good move. Four years in the JAG corps was probably far better than 70 hour weeks at a big fourth street Cincinnati firm



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