Ted Nugent – Five Reasons Why He Always Wins!

Written by Skip Coryell on August 11, 2013

Anti-gunner’s have this knack for pulling pseudo-facts out of their rectums. Kind of like this: “So, tell me, seventy-one kids died yesterday due to gun violence. Based on that, how could you be so heartless as to reject common sense gun-control measures?” Ted Nugent not only knows the facts, but he also knows the origins of the lies his opponent is spouting. He has it all memorized, so it comes out quicker than Anthony’s Weiner.

Lesson #4 – Stay in control

“Remain calm and in control never escalating any more than necessary to avoid being drowned out, but never getting hyper.”

This reminds me of that classic line by Patrick Swayze in the movie Roadhouse. You all know it: “Be nice. Until it’s time to – not be nice.” This is the one I have the most trouble with. It’s hard to stay calm when ignorant, self-serving trash is bad-mouthing you and the freedom you hold dear. I guess that’s why I write more than I talk. In the seclusion and privacy of my office I can rant and scream and foam at the mouth for three days, then calm down and write eloquently for an hour and it’s all good. Just remember – when they get you riled they have control.

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Lesson #5 – Humor and charm

Ted Nugent is the master of humor and charm. He has this way of calling you an ignorant ass and then chuckling to himself as you laugh at your own expense. It’s amazing. I don’t know how he does it.

Perhaps it’s just “who he is”. I went back to the early 1980s and watched a video of Ted being interviewed by David Letterman. Even young Ted was filled with humor and charm. Letterman asked him the loaded question of how he sold so many records despite the small amount of air time his songs get on the radio. Ted just put on his patent Cheshire smile as he referred to Cat Scratch Fever as the greatest love song ever written and replied, “There’s a lot of wimps out there.”

So, there you have it – five lessons I learned from Ted Nugent on debating anti-gun liberals. Now I’m not saying if you do all these things you’ll be as good as Ted Nugent – because you won’t. After all, there’s only one Ted. And who else but Ted can get away with telling Piers Morgan to “Suck on my machine gun!” Who else can say Ted Kennedy is deranged? I once watched as Ted Nugent cradled a reporter’s face in his hands and turned it toward the camera. In classic Ted audacity and confidence he said, “Now, please tell the audience why you’re such a lying bastard.”

You and I would be arrested, but not Ted Nugent. Ted is special, a national Second Amendment treasure. And, quite frankly, he scares the hell out of liberals.

Image: Ted Nugent; source: http://www.navy.mil/view_single.asp?id=14618; author:Lenny Francioni; public domain

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Skip Coryell lives with his wife and children in Michigan. Skip Coryell is the author of nine books including  Blood in the Streets: Concealed Carry and the OK Corral; RKBA: Defending the Right to Keep and Bear Arms; The God Virus, and We Hold These Truths. He is the founder of The Second Amendment March and the President of White Feather Press. He is an avid hunter and sportsman, a Marine Corps veteran, and co-host of the syndicated radio show Frontlines of Freedom. Skip also hosts the weekly podcast The Home Defense Show, which can be heard 24/7 at www.americaswebradio.com/home-defense. For more details on Skip Coryell, or to contact him personally, go to his website at skipcoryell.com