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God, Guns & Rock'N'Roll Paperback – August 14, 2001
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It's also refreshing to see one of the few (if not only) rock stars from the '70s who never took drugs.
It's sad to see that Ted Nugent is seen as a radical--he says families should spend time with their kids and that drugs and alcohol are bad for you. When I grew up this was called common sense. Thank God for Ted's refresher course.
Ted spends a lot of time talking about hunting and nature, and his love of the two. Although, I'm not a hunter, it made me much more interested in the sport.
He also discusses his family and how he has been so successful in creating a solid, close-knit unit. At times his writing is funny, sad, and touching.
Anyone who reads this will have to decide that Ted--who describes himself as "just a guitar player"--is one of the "good guys".
Ted Nugent on anti-gunners: "Only a coward would want fewer good guys with guns on the streets in today's world. Only a fool would support -- much less design -- such a policy of helplessness....To be against law-abiding citizens carrying concealed handguns is literally encouraging and assisting evil to have the upper hand."
Ted Nugent on the liberal media and their attitude toward guns: "I've known it forever, and Jesse Ventura figured it out pretty quick. The vast majority of America's free press doesn't report the news, they make it up. Anyone who dismisses the claims of a conspiracy is either a paid employee of the media or a deaf, dumb, and blind fool. Especially dumb."
Ted Nugent on the "coolness" of doing drugs: "Hey, I got a good idea, let's go to a jam session celebrating the spirited and creative overjuiceflow of Jimi Hendrix, Keith Moon, Mike Bloomfield, Brian Jones, Phil Lycott, Dennis Wilson, Bon Scott, John Belushi, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, Jerry Garcia, and a stupefying long list of the hippest idiots that ever lived. And died. Would if we could, but Jimi got high and Jimi's dead, I went huntin' and I'm still Ted....The one time Jimi saw my gun, he thought I was way out there.Read more ›
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Good book, but be aware, this book is about Ted's political and personal beliefs, not about his music.Published 3 months ago by Eclectic
I admire The Nuge not only for his support of our second amendment rights,but for the anti-druganti-alcohol and anti tobacco messages in these pages. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Red 5
Nugent is a one off but solidly grounded in his views and beliefs. I totally agree with his ideas on making things better in this country. Read morePublished 13 months ago by carmender
More to Nugent than you thought. Interesting read. It was a perfect gift book.Published 16 months ago by Sandra Koteski