It’s okay to admit that you had an addiction to underaged girls as long as you love guns and hate President Obama.
Can you imagine if a high-profile Democrat was out campaigning with someone who admitted to having an addiction to sleeping with underaged girls?
Not young women. If you’re 40 and have sex with an 18-year-old that’s legal. She’s an adult.
These were minors.
And if his song titled “Jailbait” is any indication, it appears at the age of 33 he found 13-year-old girls sexually desirable.
If you just now vomited a little in your mouth, I wouldn’t blame you.
But this guy is a conservative hero to millions. He’s a guy that the next potential governor of Texas feels the need to associate with.
Well, Wendy Davis is having none of it. While I’ve often pondered why Nugent’s past admissions that he’s a sexual predator haven’t been a bigger headline in the news, Davis’ camp seems determined to call-out the reprehensible choice Abbott’s made in associating with a self-admitted pedophile:
“Greg Abbott’s embrace of Ted Nugent is an insult to every Texan. Nugent, an admitted predator of young girls, holds views and makes hateful comments that are disrespectful to every woman and every Texan. If this is Greg Abbott’s idea of values, it’s repulsive. Texas women don’t deserve this disrespect.”
What I want to know is why isn’t anyone in the mainstream media asking Abbott, “Why do you feel that it’s okay to campaign with a man who’s a self-professed addict to underaged girls?”
I mean, I know why he’s doing it. Nugent is a big name, brings in people on campaign stops and it helps bring in money from these right-wing fanatics who apparently aren’t deterred at all by the fact that the man they plan to vote for associates with sexual predators.
But hey, he loves guns and hates Obama – that’s their type of guy, right?
Now some of you might be tired of me writing about this dirtbag. And for that I do apologize. But I do feel it’s important that the country knows who Nugent really is.
The fanatical, ignorant, racist, gun nut is actually his better side. That’s the side liberals loathe and conservatives love.
But most people are unaware that he’s an admitted sexual predator. That he excuses sex with underaged girls by saying that he always had their parents’ permission. Which only shows how pathetic these parents were to allow their young daughters to have sex with a much older man.
Though having the parents’ permission doesn’t excuse sex with minors. My question is, “Why the hell were you in your late-20’s or 30’s (or older for all I know) around girls under the age of 18 to start with?”
To be that age, yet around much younger women (high school aged women) you would have had to make a conscious effort to seek those out. That’s the definition of a sexual predator.
Then I’m absolutely disgusting to read where Nugent admitted to being a sexual predator around the same time he wrote a song professing his sexual desire for a 13-year-old girl. Isn’t that around 8th grade? Middle school?
It’s absolutely disgusting.
And don’t dismiss music as “just being music.” Sure, other bands and musicians have written songs about sex with underaged girls. But there are two massive differences:
- They probably didn’t admit to being a sexual predator as they wrote a song about having sexual desires about a 13-year-old girl.
- They weren’t out campaigning with someone who wants to be the next Governor of Texas.
Being that this is going on in my home state, I plan to stay fully focused on it. So, again, I apologize if you get sick of seeing my articles about Nugent and Greg Abbott but I feel it’s important that once and for all the whole truth gets out about both of these scumbags.
Not just that Nugent was a draft dodger – we’re all well aware of that. Or that he’s said some rather disgusting remarks about the president and Hillary Clinton. And it’s been well documented what a racist and sexist he is.
But I think it’s time that all comes together with the truth about his past as an admitted sexual predator. And as a Texan, living in Wendy Davis’ Senate district, I’ll do everything I can to support her in becoming the next Governor of Texas.