We were pretty confident Ted Nugent would have a good real-life 'Spinal Tap' story for us, and sure enough, the Motor City Madman came through with a very personal story about being called out to stage at a very unfortunate time.
Ted Nugent remains one of the most complicated, polarizing figures in rock. He apologized for calling President Barack Obama a "subhuman mongrel," even while denying that the term was racist. Nugent now says that he will "stop calling people names," but he's still characterizing the president as a "liar."
The war of words between Ted Nugent and the media continues to heat up, with the politically outspoken rock star reeling off 44 rapid-fire tweets about the evils of the world last night, even as a series of politicians lined up to condemn his most recent remarks on President Obama.
Ted Nugent has blasted President Barack Obama once again, labeling the leader of the free world a "subhman mongrel" and "gangster" who was allowed to "weasel his way into the top office of authority in the United States of America."
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