Sarah Palin: If He’s Good Enough For Ted Nugent…

We haven’t heard much from Tea Party queen Sarah Palin lately. That may explain why she is now taking desperate measures to draw attention to herself.

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In the state of Texas there is a budding gubernatorial contest that is certain to make waves. Democrats are likely to nominate State Senator Wendy Davis who rose to prominence during a heated state senate session where Republicans sought to ram through a legislative package that would have severely hampered access to reproductive health clinics for women in the state. Davis led a filibuster that, at least temporarily, blocked the legislation.

On the other side, Republicans are leaning toward the current state Attorney General, Greg Abbott, who is an arch-conservative Tea Party candidate with some unsavory friends. One of those friends is aging schlock-rocker Ted Nugent. When news broke that Nugent would appear on the campaign trail with Abbott, the candidate was forced to respond to critics who questioned how he could share the podium with a hostile, foul-mouthed, misogynistic, hate monger, who recently called President Obama a “subhuman mongrel.”

This is where Palin comes in with an endorsement for Abbott. But in her Facebook post she didn’t enumerate Abbott’s qualifications for the governorship. She didn’t reel off a list of accomplishments as Attorney General. She didn’t even praise his personal set of values that are aligned so closely to Palin and her Teabaggery. Nope. All she said was…

“If he is good enough for Ted Nugent, he is good enough for me!”

That’s an astonishingly low bar for someone who wants to be governor. But it is about as high as Palin can see. You may recall that her own turn at governing a state ended when she quit midway through her first term after being resoundingly bitch-slapped by America in her bid to move to Washington, D.C. But to cite Ted Nugent’s support as a reason to back Abbott stretches the boundaries of sanity. Essentially Palin is saying that if Abbott is good enough for a draft-dodging, pedophile, who has publicly advocated violence against his political foes (especially women), then she is all for him. Here is an example of the kind of vision that Palin admires in Nugent:

“I vow that I will use our freedom to get these dirty cock-suckers out of the White House. The president is a bad man. The vice president is a bad man. They’re all bad people. If you don’t get that, you’re a dead motherfucker.”

And if that doesn’t set your heart to palpitating, how about this (video below)…

“I was in Chicago last week I said, ‘Hey Obama, you might want to suck on one of these, you punk?’ Obama, he’s a piece of shit and I told him to suck on one of my machine guns. Let’s hear it for him. I was in New York and I said, ‘Hey Hillary, you might want to ride one of these into the sunset you worthless bitch.’ Since I’m in California, I’m gonna find Barbara Boxer she might wanna suck on my machine guns. Hey, Dianne Feinstein, ride one of these you worthless whore.”

That’s the level of citizenship and patriotism that Sarah Palin regards as so exemplary that she would base her support for the governor of Texas on the favorable assessment of the crackpot who spewed it. It just shows how low these cretins will stoop to garner the support of even the most repulsive wing of their wretched party. We can only hope that the people of Texas are paying close attention and will look to a more respectable source for advice on who should be their next governor.

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10 thoughts on “Sarah Palin: If He’s Good Enough For Ted Nugent…

  1. Well we all know what Sort of effect Sarah Palin’s “support” brings.

    Just ask John McCain.

  2. Remember when republicans were saying(especially Palin) that what Jeremiah Wright said from the pulpit and what Bill Ayers did as a youth-protester in the anti-war movement equated to Obama doing what they did and saying what they said. Neither one of these people ever campaigned with or for Obama when he ran in 2008. Now this ahole running for governor of Texas brings in this despicable creepy Ted Nugent to campaign for and with him. I hope it costs him the election. If he sees any negative effects he will throw Nugent under the bus for that reason and not because of his creepiness.

    • Well Rmoney didn’t really do that.

      We all know how much Ted did “to” him….

  3. Read “Boys Will Be Boys” by Shaileigh Tripp, Todd Palin’s #1 prostitute and money maker. Bristol named her kid after her.

  4. Fact #1: Ted Nugent calling the president a sub-human mongrel was disgusting. He deserves all the bed press he’s getting for that remark.

    Fact #2: 99.9% of the left-wingers who are griping about Nugent’s comment have never offered up even one syllable of similar condemnation about Bill Maher calling Sarah Palin a c###. The only liberal I know who has consistently done that is Kirsten Powers. And Mark’s only response to that factoid is to shriek that Powers is not a liberal, which is yet another one of his bald-faced lies.

    Hypocrisy reigns in the realm of the radical left.

    • That’s not what hypocrisy means. Why do you think that everyone that condemns something on one side should always have to find and condemn something similar on the other? And why do you think not doing so makes a bad argument? You could find examples like that all day, why do you think that makes it Mark’s mandatory obligation to cite them while making a point? That’s a rule of logic that you just made up in an Olympian reach for a counter attack. That’s where the proverbial bubble constructed out of truthiness you inhabit comes in; reality and truth aren’t things you can fake and make up to make you feel better. You have to build a bubble to live in because your belief system is challenged by reality. So you pull that rule out of your ass that ‘if you’re going to condemn this over here, then you have to condemn this too or your point means dick’. Agreement is NOT DEFEAT. Consensus is NOT WEAKNESS. See the wedge they hammer and tell em to FUCK OFF, I’LL MAKE MY OWN OPINIONS. Do you even know why you had to make that jab in counter? They got you right where they want you.

      • Poor Scott, another in an continuing string of Ad Hominem Tu Quoque responses. Desdinova, your last sentence sums it up.

          • To Scott: Can you point to any instance where Obama solicited Maher’s assistance as he sought the office of president? Was there ever a time they campaigned together? I think Maher is well over the top and his comments regarding Sarah Palin are indefensible. But, your comparisons of the rhetoric Nugent vs that of Maher is disingenuous at best.

            • A $1 million donation from Bill Maher to the pro-Obama SuperPAC Priorities USA. It is true that President Obama could not order this PAC to return the money, but he certainly could have opined that such a donation was disgusting. And he didn’t.

              Priorities USA president Bill Burton utterly refused to even discuss the notion of returning tat money. Bill Burton sold his soul for $1 million.

              But I will give you credit for condemning Maher’s filth. All Mark has ever said about Maher was…well, he’s a comedian.

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