Be like Ted

be like Ted

The other day, rocker Ted Nugent dinged the anti-gun Parkland teens — calling them soulless and “mushy-brained children who have been fed lies and parrot lies.”

Boy, did he nail it!

Now, the thin-skinned teens who have accused us of not caring about murdered children and having blood on our hands are demanding Ted apologize.

Cameron Kasky, the lesser-known Parkland boy – sort of the Pete Best to Hoggie’s Paul McCartney – tweeted out this:

“This guy better apologize. Seriously.”

Why Cameron?

What’s going to happen to you if Ted Nugent doesn’t apologize?

Will you be harmed in some way?

He “better apologize?”

Or what?

If I were you, I’d be demanding an apology from your parents for giving you a girl’s name.

But that’s me.

Fortunately, Uncle Ted isn’t Laura Ingraham. He doesn’t give the hairy ass of a rat how these thin-skinned little bullies feel about what he says.

According to Downtrend, not only is Ted Nugent not apologizing to these gremlins, he’s doubling down.


If Laura Ingraham taught us anything, it’s that apologizing to people like this is a rookie mistake.

As John Nolte put it on Twitter the other day:

Don’t be like Laura; be like Ted.

Over at Taki’s Magazine, David Cole makes the same point in a very colorful way.

The reality is, the more you apologize, the more the left will come after you. If you show weakness, if you let them smell blood, you’re finished. The left preys on those they deem vulnerable. I wouldn’t compare social justice leftists to apex predators like lions or wolves, because lions and wolves are beautiful, dignified creatures who contribute positively to the environment. Rather, I’d compare them to the head honcho of a prison gang: a hyperviolent, disturbed semi-retarded thug ruling an irrelevant world of shit, a worthless human being of no consequence who brings only misery to those around him and who derives pleasure from taking the weak, those who surrender, those who give in, and making them his subservient “bitches.”

Apologize to a leftist for hurty words and before you know it you’ll find yourself bent over with a sock stuffed in your mouth.

That’s a lesson Fox News’ Laura Ingraham is learning as we speak.

So don’t be like Laura; be like Ted.

You know, it used to be as children we learned “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.”

Clearly we better add that to the growing list of things these Parkland cry-bullies never learned.

These kids don’t want an apology; they want their pound of flesh.

But the only way they can get it is if their target cuts his own flesh and hands it to them.

So don’t do it.

Be like Ted.

Believe me. In the long run, your life will be better.

Because in a few months’ time, nobody is going to remember Cameron Kasky or David “Damien” Hogg.

But caving in and apologizing to them the way Laura Ingraham did will never be forgotten.

So be like Ted. Stand up for yourself and never bow to the demands of a fleeting, forgettable, manufactured mob.

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4 thoughts on “Be like Ted

  • April 3, 2018 at 4:36 pm

    how about you and ted run for the POTUS/VP in 2024…I would so vote for y’all!

  • April 3, 2018 at 4:47 pm

    God love The Motor City Madman!

  • April 3, 2018 at 7:42 pm

    Exactly……..On point!

  • April 4, 2018 at 1:06 pm


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