In Denton, the Marriage is Strong

You know, this marriage.

“We don’t have to question Greg Abbott’s courage – because he invited me here today,” Nugent told the crowd at El Guapo’s restaurant in Denton. The two were scheduled to appear again later in Wichita Falls.

Nugent called Abbott “the epitome of what our founding fathers wanted as a representative of ‘we the people,'” and said Abbott has an understanding of individual rights and has fought “the enemies of these freedoms.” He introduced Abbott as “my friend” and “my blood brother.”

Abbott called Nugent “a fighter for freedom in this country.”

Okay, I won’t question his courage.

But I will question his decency, mmmmmmmmmmmkay?

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1 Comment

  1. So, a guy who’s a draft dodger is congratulating a younger guy who (quite legitimately) never served (except as a professional lawyer? such a sacrifice!) on his “courage.”

    What’s not to love about the propaganda engineers of the radical right in America today?

    “Abbott called Nugent ‘a fighter for freedom in this country.'”

    I can see the headline, eh? It’s all about “traditional values!”

    TED NUGENT FIGHTS! — FOR THE FREEDOM OF ROCKSTARS TO IMPREGNATE GROUPIES RANDOMLY!

    If only we could afford irony, we’d be rolling in the aisles!


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