If you’re a white person who’s not going on a nationwide tour to “honor blacks,” then Ted Nugent has already won.
As a MotorCity guy whose gravity-defying career pivots on my intense adulation for my black musical heroes, it pains me to witness this self-inflicted destructo derby. The destruction of blacks has been engineered by Obama’s party for at least the last 50 years. The New Deal was a raw deal, and The Great Society experiment didn’t turn out to be so great after all. It has been an unmitigated disaster for black Americans.
There is no doubt that my 2013 tour will be the best of my life. With world-class virtuosos paying tribute to our black heroes nightly, it is only fitting that this year’s tour is aptly titled, “Ted Nugent Black Power 2013.” Say it loud: my music is black and I’m proud! (Via)
Indeed, Mr. Nugent, you are America’s greatest honorary black person, the “black Jew at a Nazi-Klan rally.” Why, even “Wango Tango,” your 1980 hard rock hit, is about what it’s like to be black in the 20th century. Simpletons believe “You see it’s a crazed gyration of the rock generation/It’s my motivation to avoid the nauseation, frustration/When I need some lubrication” is referring to sex, when in fact, it’s about the Harlem Riot of 1964.
Plus, Nugent’s entire career is based on him playing black music poorly, so remember:
Ted Nugent loves black people.