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Thursday, September 18, 2008

TED'S LOVE LETTER TO PALIN...

Posted By on Thu, Sep 18, 2008 at 2:33 PM

I guess it should come as little surprise. Michigan's favorite neocon rock star sent the first advance copy of his upcoming book, Ted White & Blue -- The Nugent Manifesto (which he describes as "16 chapters on how to fix America"...oy!), to McCain's "hockey mom" running mate with the following letter. Hopefully, Palin will keep her under-age daughters out of sight if the two great thinkers ever do meet...

Dear Governor Palin,

Please accept this copy of my new book, "TED WHITE & BLUE-The Nugent Manifesto" for you and your family. As a proud fellow American hunter, fisherman and lover of Alaska's soul cleansing magnificent Spirit of the Wild, we who live our American Dream by God, truth, logic, goodwill and decency, thank you for bringing such defiant common sense and self evident truth back to the GOP and politics. We wish you Godspeed for the best hunting and fishing season of your life and pray to God almighty that you bring your bold spirit to the White House.

Godbless,

American BloodBrothers,Ted Nugent and family

Godbless or Godhelpus...

Bullwinkle's voting Democratic this year...

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