the lovely ballet of good over evil
Nobody delivers a quote quite like one of my all time favoritest rockers, Ted, The Nuge, Gonzo. Yesterday he went off ( like, when is he NOT going off? ) in US News and World Report. I’d love to put the entire thing on here, but they have laws against that. So, here’s a few snippets that I think sums up his feelings:
- Peace and love will get you killed, and unarmed helplessness is bad.
- Self-defense is the most powerful, driving instinct of good people everywhere. To deny this is evil personified.
- Write this down—GunFreeZones are a felon’s playgrounds. Ban GunFreeZones now.
- Good people don’t want the rapist to succeed. We want him dead. We don’t want our homes invaded. We want invaders dead. We don’t like carjackers. We like them dead. We don’t like armed robbers. We like them dead.
- Gun control as forced by the Chuck Schumers of the world is complicit in every violent crime committed. Conversely, gun control a la Ted Nugent is putting the second shot through the same hole as the first shot, where innocent lives are saved and recidivistic maggots come to a screeching halt, felled by the lovely ballet of good over evil we call the Double Tap Center Mass Boogie.
- Good guys should live, bad guys not so much.
- Write this down, too—”keep” means it is mine, you can’t have it. “Bear” means I’ve got them right here on me. “Shall not be infringed” echoes that beautiful “Don’t Tread On Me” chorus.
- Meanwhile, in order to stop the drowning and murders, I will work on banning water; Obama can try to ban guns. Good luck.
Can it get any clearer than that?