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Nugent defends his ‘Native credibility’ in face of protests

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Posted: Monday, August 4, 2014 1:33 pm

Rock star and political firebrand Ted Nugent spoke Saturday to an appreciative crowd at the Tea Party rally in Emblem.

Nugent, politically outspoken and known for his controversial comments and Second Amendment activism, took the opportunity during the Big Horn Basin Tea Party picnic in Emblem to defend recent contentious comments, as well as encourage political participation.

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2 comments:

  • mulish4life posted at 6:15 pm on Tue, Aug 5, 2014.

    mulish4life Posts: 4

    It is amazing that people that fight for and fought for our freedoms forget that they fought for each individual to be free to serve or not serve. If he chose to dodge the draft for an unjust war, that is what they were fighting for, for him to make that choice. Agree with him or not, it's still a free country and to be a "conscientious objector" has a narrow definition, and he chose the only way he could to object. Again, all those who fought, fought for his right to do so.

     
  • dadams posted at 2:04 pm on Tue, Aug 5, 2014.

    dadams Posts: 1

    He seems to forget calling natives "sub human mongrels" on his page in response to their comments. I have photos to prove this.