Sunday, November 30, 2008

THANKSGIVING CHEER STRAIGHT FROM THE MOTOR CITY TURKEY TED NUGENT: It's tough love for the poor from the Waco, Texas, madman

"The terrible economy has taken its toll on a number of hard working Americans and their families," writes Ted Nugent in a recent on-line edition of Human Events, the journal of the far right crank establishment. "It is incumbent upon each of us to do what we can to assist our fellow citizens in getting back in the American Dream free market race."

But, Ted writes, a lot of the poor don't deserve charity.

"America has a chronic class of self-inflicted poor people," Ted writes. "By and large, they are poor because they have made poor life choices. In too many cases, poor parents pass on their poor values and choices to their children. Poverty then becomes generational, a way of life. Trying to break the cycle of chronic poverty when Fedzilla does whatever it can to sustain it is analogous to trying to melt an iceberg with a match."

And remember, it's the fault of Democrats!

See here. And don't, don't, don't overlook the comments section for the pure milk of the bigots' human kindness. I tried to help that poor addled hooker by giving her a minimum wage job in my shop making useless widgets, but she just wouldn't have any of it. You can't help people who won't help themselves.

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