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Rand Paul Defends A Subhuman Mongrel… And Other News

Rand Paul Subhuman Mongrel

Rand Paul sticking up for President Obama?? Has hell frozen over? Are pigs flying? No, Ted Nugent’s just spewing out verbal diarrhea again.

The Kentucky Senator denounced the right-wing rocker on Thursday for calling President Obama a “subhuman mongrel.” And not just any subhuman mogrel – a communist-raised, communist-educated, communist- nurtured subhuman mongrel. Rand Paul tweeted that Nugent should apologize, saying that his “derogatory description of President Obama is offensive and has no place in politics.” Meanwhile Ted Nugent is heading out on the campaign trail with the Texas gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott. His democratic competitor, Wendy Davis, has called Abbott’s decision to allow the retired rocker to campaign for him “repulsive”. Washington Post

ArizonaOh Arizona… The Republican-dominated Arizona state Legislature sent a controversial bill to the Gov. Jan Brewer’s desk Thursday designed to allow business the right to discriminate against LGBT people. More specifically, the bill would allow individuals, corporations, and religious bodies to use religious beliefs to defend themselves in a discrimination lawsuit. The bill’s sponsor, Sen. Steve Yarbrough (R), claims that the legislation protects the “religious freedom” of private business owners. I guess the Grand Canyon is now only the second biggest hole in Arizona… Opponents believe the bill is just Arizona’s clever attempt to codify bigotry into law. If the bill is signed, Christian bakers, wedding photographers, florists and other wedding related professionals can turn away same-sex couples on account of their religious beliefs/bigotry. MSNBC

ukrainian-flagAfter a particularly bloody week that left at least 75 protesters dead in Kiev, Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych and opposition leaders have signed a tentative deal to “settle the crisis”. The deal includes early presidential elections, a trimming of Yanukovych’s powers, electoral reform, and a coalition government. The compromise came after all-night talks with opposition party leaders and EU representatives. While the deal was approved by opposition leaders Vitali Klitschko, Arseniy Yatsenyuk and Oleh Tyahnibok, some protesters still feel like it isn’t enough and justice should be brought to Yanukovych, who ordered a vicious crackdown on protesters that left more than 100 people dead. “A coalition government is good, it’s a step in the right direction and it is what we wanted,” said one protester, “But there is no way Yanukovych can stay in office till December – he is a murderer now and must be prosecuted as a murderer.” BBC News

Obama lamaChina threatens drama if Obama meets the Dalai Lama. President Obama and the Dalai Lama are set to meet privately at the White House on Friday to practice some yoga and talk about China behind their back (I presume). The Tibetan leader is on a three-week tour of the US to drum up some support for his ‘middle way’ approach of neither assimilation nor independence for Tibetans in China. China, the Dalai Lama’s sworn nemeisis, accused Obama of letting the Tibetan use the White House as a podium to promote anti-Chinese activities. The Chinese government warned that the meeting will “inflict grave damages” on their relationship. But considering US presidents have been receiving the exiled Dalai Lama in the capitol for the past three decades, China is probably bluffing. What are they going to do to America anyways? Call in their debts? Oh crap… The Guardian

Miami_Dolphins3Looks like the Miami Dolphins need to schedule some sensitivity training in between plays… The Miami Dolphins fired offensive-line coach Jim Turner and head athletics trainer Kevin O’Neill after the National Football League’s investigation into the bullying of player Jonathan Martin. The investigative report stated there was a “pattern of harassment” against two Dolphins linemen and an assistant trainer, all targets of vicious taunts and racist insults. The offensive line coach reportedly did nothing to stop the abuse and even participated in the bullying by giving one lineman a male sex doll to mock him. Dolphins coach Joe Philbin said he was unaware of the bullying but guaranteed that the team will have a better workplace environment in 2014 – which is a promise that shouldn’t be too hard to keep. ESPN

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Boston Justice: Ted Nugent Style

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While federal prosecutors in Boston are preparing charges against Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, Ted Nugent has his own idea of justice.

The federal prosecutor for Massachusetts, U.S Attorney Carmen Ortiz, known for her conviction record and for coming down hard on defendants, is currently preparing charges against Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. The 19-year-old bomb suspect is likely to be charged in federal court, possibly with using weapons of mass destruction to kill people. Although the state of Massachusetts does not have the death penalty, federal charges would mean a death sentence could be thrown at him.

But forget Carmen Ortiz – there’s a new badass in town and his name is Ted Nugent. In a Sunday column for a reputable news site a right-wing conspiracy website, the washed-up rocker and NRA superfan declared the modern justice system ineffective and advocated the return of public lynchings.

“He probably won’t go to trial for more than a year due to court-sanctioned delays. Once he’s found guilty, he will be afforded any number of appeals that will take more years, possibly more than a decade. The young voodoo nut has got a long life in front of him, thanks to America’s screwed-up justice system.”

Nugent’s all-American suggestion?

“My dream of real justice would be a July 4 celebration of stringing this son-of-a-b-tch up in the Boston Common and letting the crows pick on his rotting flesh.”

Well, I’m not sure if that’s entirely legal, but as long as the second amendment stays intact, I guess it’s fine by Ted Nugent.

Tsarnaev remains in serious condition in the hospital and it is not known if he will ever be able to speak again due to a throat injury. However, he has been communicating through writing with police, who believe he and his brother were planning further attacks. 

Via: BBC News

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