State of the Union 2013: Ted Nugent Will Attend

One guest tomorrow night at the State of the Union will be Ted Nugent. Nugent will be a guest of Texas Representative Steve Stockman. This is a fitting pair as they both have been vocal on their dislike for President Obama. Representative Steve Stockman wanted to impeach the president over gun control last month. Ted Nugent has referred to the president as vile, evil and even an America hater. He also referred to the whole Obama administration as criminal.

Nugent also famously said “We need to ride into that battlefield and chop their heads off in November.” He has made other comments about possibly ending up dead or in jail if Obama was re-elected. These two together should make for a good show as Representative Stockman has been encouraging the press to line up interviews with Nugent after the speech.

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Michael De Los Santos

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