TED NUGENT Pens Love Letter To America
The following item appeared in today's edition of the New York Post:
Just in time for Turkey Day, bow-hunting enthusiast Ted Nugent has penned a love letter to America in today's Wall Street Journal. "America is alive and prospering," notes the rocker, whose biggest hit was "Cat Scratch Fever". "America isn't at any crossroads as some will try and tell us. Those who believe that would have told you 500 years ago the world was flat. Thirty years ago, they would have been stoned on LSD, drooling and dancing naked at a GRATEFUL DEAD concert. Avoid these people . . . America's best days are in front of us." Amen.
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