Nugent rebuts Obama

Ted Nugent may not have brought a gun to the Capitol gallery to listen to President Obama's State of the Union address. And, true to his word, he remained suitably respectful during the president's remarks. But he saved his ammo for after the speech was over. Wall Street Journal: Ted Nugent, the rock star and gun-rights advocate, stuck to his promise to remain respectful as U.S. President Barack Obama delivered the State of the Union address. But after the speech concluded, Mr. Nugent returned to form. "You just can't get more of a predictable flowery script," Mr. Nugent said as reporters swarmed around. "And every time he is done speaking he either does just the opposite or nothing at all." Mr. Nugent was among the guests listening from the chamber of the U.S. House of Representatives, where he had been invited by Rep. Steve Stockman (R., Texas). Mr. Obama used his speech to call on Congress to hold votes on some key aspects of his gun-control proposal, including ...(Read Full Post)