Guest post written by Joyanna Adams

The UN wants our guns and Congress will probably ignore it, but Obama could do one of his executive orders and make it happen. This whole “Obama gets your gun” is so serious to him, he spent a million dollars just to fly to Colorado and stand in front of a backdrop of Colorado police men to make the nation think that Colorado police are very scared of Obama’s body guards — who could put them in jail for not obeying Obama’s right to confiscate guns — if and when he decides to give himself the power to do so.

But, at least one patriot on the lists of Obama’s future drone marks, Ted Nugent, is not concerned:

“I believe we the people have made it rather clear that ‘Don’t Tread on Me’ is more than a song,” Nugent said in an interview with WND today after the U.N. adopted its long-developing Arms Trade Treaty.

“As putrid and anti-American as the entire U.N. concept/agenda is,” he added, “we mean it and I believe we have … driven home an adequate fear factor into the lives of the soulless U.N. gangsters. It is they who should be fearful.”

I don’t know about you, but I’d give up a Sunday afternoon to watch Ted Nugent take on the best camel rider in Kabul.

Chicago is trying to get their gun violence down to less than 2 a day, but Obama is more concerned about the regular white man’s right to protect himself if he wants to go downtown to the loop on a Saturday night and have a pizza.

If we must register guns, then all politicians have to go through a complete psychological evaluation to determine if they are fit for office, and if not, then I suggest we hand them over to Ted.

Ted Nugent

Guest post written by Joyanna Adams


14 Responses to “Ted Nugent — The Sheriff and the U.N.”

  1. Marshall_Will on April 3rd, 2013 7:03 pm

    Wholly unconvinced these Blurple Migrations are anything but staged astro-turfing. CO has been a staunch supporter for freedoms of all natures, and… within (1) election cycle, they're Berkley East? Oh, and just so happen to have a mass shooting/media catalyst event?

    I don't think so. The Housing Bust meant there's lots of abandoned McMansions ready-to-rent and in all but a handful of cases the deeds are held by TBTF Dim-controlled nationally chartered banks. They know which homes are occupied and which "addresses" are effectively abandoned. We've already established (2) state/DUAL state ballots are common place. Fraud-by-mail/Forward to P.O Box!

    I won't bother to contest CO like much of the West hasn't seen their share of grabby, elitist migration but it's more trickle than deluge. We need to parcel this out to daring patriots around the country. I TRACK foreclosures and I know for a FACT there are entire subdivisions w/ only a handful of occupants remaining. Most all of it, new construction.

    In many cases the HOA maintains the lawns and landscaping to keep home prices from falling even further! I'm certain Obama Himself doesn't know the precise details to shield him. But he MUST have rec'd 'some' form of assurance he was covered. Remember the pale, listless "I GOT this!" ( I 'think'? ) proclamation when down like 3 pts. in the polls? I think we found the weenie.

  2. Marshall_Will on April 3rd, 2013 7:21 pm

    Michigan GOP officials were concerned about this as far back as the '08 Election cycle!

    Sep 12, 2008 5:36pm

    Vicki Mabrey reports: As if people about to lose their homes don’t have enough to worry about, here comes this controversy: an alleged plan by Michigan Republican Party officials to use foreclosure lists to make sure there’s no voter fraud. I mean, I expected the high rate of foreclosures would become a hot topic in this overheated election year, but who knew it it would morph into this?? It started Thursday with this article in the Michigan Messenger, a left-leaning paper (though the managing director says, "We don’t favor Democrats, we favor accuracy"), which reported that the chair of the Republican Party in Macomb County, Mich., "is planning to use a list of foreclosed homes to block people from voting in the upcoming election as part of the state GOP’s effort to challenge some voters on Election Day." The article quotes chairman James Carabelli as saying, "We will have a list of foreclosed homes and will make sure people aren’t voting from those addresses." The reporter on the story, Eartha Jane Melzer, says Carabelli added that the party wanted to sure proper electoral procedures were followed. ABC’s Chris Bury contacted Carabelli, and writes, "According to Carabelli, the story is ‘total BS.’ He said it would be ‘wrong’ to use such foreclosure lists and county officials have no such plans. He also acknowledged that a foreclosure does not constitute proof of non-Michigan residence. Melzer, for her part, told ABC’s Diana Alvear that she stands by her story. Today, ABC’s Deputy Political Director Karen Travers reports that Michigan Democratic Chairman Mark Brewer said, "The right to vote, no matter how hard you have been hit in this economy, is just too important for claims like these to go unanswered." Jobs with Justice, a coalition of community, labor and faith organizations, is holding a press conference at McCain campaign HQ in Farmington Hills, Mich., today with people whose homes have been foreclosed. They’re calling for Carabelli’s resignation and plan to ask Sen. John McCain to ensure the Republican Party does not illegally target voters who are in foreclosure. Karen also sends along this list of FAQs from the Obama campaign in Michigan:
    Q: If you’re being foreclosed on and are forced to leave your home, what are your voting rights?
    A: If you move to another house or apartment in the same city or township, you can vote at the old address one more time, no matter when you move. When you vote, you will automatically change your address and register at the new address. If you move to another house or apartment in a different city, but within Michigan, you can vote at the old address one more time if you move within 60 days of the election (Sept. 5 or later). Q: If your house is in foreclosure, but you still live there, what are your voting rights?
    A: You are entirely eligible to vote. The law requires that you have a place where you usually sleep, keep your personal things, and have a regular place of lodging to be an eligible resident. There. Know the law. However, if the Michigan Republican Party really does plan to use foreclosure lists to guard against voter fraud, it’ll be pretty easy: they’re headquartered at Trott and Trott, a local law firm that specializes in real estate issues, including foreclosures

  3. SignPainterGuy on April 3rd, 2013 10:56 pm

    This should be reassuring:

    The senate said, "NO !!!" to the UN and the pResident and their grabby fingers, and that`s the dem-controlled senate !

    I have doubts that Barry O. will sign it and another EO is likely, but he knows We the People are opposed to gun grabbing !

  4. SignPainterGuy on April 4th, 2013 1:10 am

    A little more from the Nuge:

    He seems confident the gun grabbing is going nowhere !

  5. Marshall_Will on April 4th, 2013 1:40 am

    True! But as Hardnox notes ( 46 DID support it! )

    Typical laundry list of all the clowns we lampoon daily, no surprises there? Personally I just can't see an EO 'working' here. This isn't some sideshow, 11th hour backdoor deal.

  6. Marshall_Will on April 4th, 2013 1:45 am

    Right, if there's any gun-runnin' to do ( it'll be gov's themselves ringing up all the sales! )

    When you think about it, most Blue metros are already disarmed and would/have been the most compliant/complicit anyway. Those that support these rampant over reaches weren't being counted on to begin with.

  7. SignPainterGuy on April 4th, 2013 1:50 am

    Of course not, but we have to expect an end run around congress; the agenda is too important to let laws stand in the way !

  8. joyannaadams on April 4th, 2013 2:22 am

    SignPainterGuy: .I have not seen that on Drudge or the TV, or heard it on the radio…

    Good news! If you hadn't of posted that, I would have never known…

  9. Marshall_Will on April 4th, 2013 2:33 am

    I'll give it the old SPG try?

    Any dirty dealing worth doin' ( is worth doin' underhanded! )

  10. SignPainterGuy on April 4th, 2013 2:40 am

    Glad to be of service !

  11. Marshall_Will on April 4th, 2013 2:41 am

    Sorry about the OT rant but while ACORN's defense of their voter fraud/race card shell games was well covered ( w/ appropriate feigned 'indignance' ) by HuffPo/Kos etc. for the most part it barely skitched off the Right blogoshpere?

    We were too focused on ACORN, their [endless] and various meddling to confront the foreclosure/registration directly. I'm working off the assumption the Mich. GOP while acting prudently and in good faith ( only served to perfect the sham by 2012 )

    I honestly feel it was Dim's "nuclear option" and they hoped it would never be needed. Another landslide blowout..! Mich. GOP never attempted to 'rob' anyone of their right to 'vote' ( just voting 'twice' ) Why else were Dim's so adamant about it?

  12. SignPainterGuy on April 4th, 2013 2:48 am

    Heh, no hand like an "under" hand, eh ?

  13. joyannaadams on April 4th, 2013 3:01 pm

    NO! Do not be sorry! We are all here to keep this blog alive till Doug gets back, and so whatever you guys want to rant about or show, is just great stuff and helps me out. …I learned a lot from your “rant”…I know next to nothing but what I read and yours wasa first hand account about the housing FUBAR. I also liked the comment you left about how there should be more stuff getting out on the net from just everybody…because the media is not reporting any of it. So, have at it Powers-sters! It doesn't have to be on the post…knowledge IS power. (Why else would they want to put all school books online? Control.) Joyanna Adams

  14. SignPainterGuy on April 5th, 2013 1:43 am

    I like your attitude and fortuitous, `cause everyone here knows I tend to go off on tangential explorations ! :-)

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