By: Ted Nugent
If you Google “happy go lucky,” I suspect you would see a photo of me with an effervescent Cheshire toothy grin on my face, probably at a warm, glowing campfire with my family and dogs, poking some fresh, juicy shanks of venison on the grill.
The colloquialism “life is good” doesn’t come close to describing my hard-earned, well-organized, brilliantly prioritized and very happy American Dream. I rock like an animal, I hunt like a predator, I write like a freedom-addicted American, and I live life to the absolute fullest each and every day that God blesses me with another.
I’m having so much fun here, I can hardly get next to myself! I don’t just pursue happiness; I swan-dive head first into it and wallow wildly like a swine in muck.
But with the blessings of so much good, I am driven each day, compelled to fight the inescapable bad and ugly that balances out this adventure called life. After all, to actually earn this experiment in self-government, one must, or at least ought to,admit that there are certain We the People daily duties to make it all work the way our Founding Fathers intended it to work, and even old Motown guitar players can figure it out when refusing to be shackled by the scourge of political correctness and the vile, dishonest denial that it is.
Able to express myself freely here at WND and in numerous blogs, websites, publications, media and myriad global social media gone mad, I constantly find my surrounded by like-minded folk from around the world who live by and thrive by the same self-evident truth, logic and commonsense that remains common and sensible wherever honest people dedicate ourselves to care, think, think deeper and stand up for what we know to be true.
Of course, there are the haters and fleebs who deny truth, and God knows there are many, but confidence builds when I recently broke some world records on Facebook with 33.5 million people, 98 percent of whom grasp and agree on truth.
Even down to 22 million Facebookers currently, it is painfully obvious that too many have not only been dumbed down, but much worse, brainwashed to the point of soullessness. Too many, unfortunately, to a level of dangerous soullessness.
It is strange, sad and somewhat frightening that there remain gangs of liars with the hands-up-don’t-shoot lie.
If you wish to further a cause, you might want to start with one based on truth.
It is equally strange that the Black Lives Matter gangs have destroyed an otherwise reasonable self-evident truth by blowing it when they deny and defy that all lives matter. To make such a nasty division is to destroy your original claim.
That’s not just dumb, it’s soulless.
Graffiti emblazoned with the hateful “Save a life, kill a cop” may very well be the definitive battle cry of the most soulless members of our species.
The sheer racism of a U.S. president siding with criminals instead of law-enforcement heroes will go down in history as one of the most offensive displays of soullessness ever by a U.S. bureaucrat.
For then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to squaller: “What difference does it make?” after four of her fellow Americans were murdered as a direct result of her and President Obama’s dereliction of duties to provide security after being begged for it numerous times is soulless criminality on a grand and horrific scale.
When an admitted socialist like Bernie Sanders can run for president of the United States with a campaign based on the proven system of government that has ruined every life it has ever touched, rewarding non-productivity and discouraging excellence, it is proof that an embarrassing swath of Americans has lost its soul.
Social justice? No justice, no peace? Income equality? I dare anybody to attempt to explain these soulless concepts with a straight face.
Even after finding classified national security emails on her illegal private server, ol’ Hillary still has the nerve to squawk that she “did nothing wrong”!
And she still is running for president of the United States.
And Lois Lerner is still not in jail, but Kim Davis spent five days locked up.
I rarely express my views, but rather share truth, logic, evidence and commonsense.
It is not my view that this is the hunting season. It is the hunting season.
It is not my view that venison is food. Venison is food.
It is not my view that I have the right to keep and bear arms. I have the right.
It is not my view that Hillary and President Obama are liars. They are liars.
It is not my view that socialism destroys effort and excellence and reduces society to uncaring sheep. Socialism does destroy incentive and productivity.
It is not my view that America is in desperate need of an a– kicking leader, a statesman, a courageous innovator who will condemn the negativity and encourage the return to world dominating American excellence.
That is not a view; it is a dream, a hope, a demand to save the soul of America from those too soulless to care.