WASHINGTON - Rock legend and Second Amendment rights activist Ted Nugent sat with Texas Congresssman Steve Stockman Tuesday night during President Obama's State of the Union Address. Nugent spoke with Breitbart.com shortly before the event and was characteristically blunt about his assessment of the state of the nation:
“I come from the streets,” Nugent said. “I’m a street fighting guy. If I want to make money, I got to get a great bunch of talented guys together and a crew of 12 guys or 15 guys that can get the job done of 200, or if the government was in charge 2,000. I have got to set my alarm clock. I have got to keep myself healthy so I can go on the road and rock my balls off 75 or 80 nights a year, so that I can take the hunting season off.
"I can’t wait for a check. I don’t get any sick days. I don’t believe in sick days, so I take care of myself so I’m not sick because if I don’t go to work, I don’t get a paycheck. This is how most of America operates. We would be offended to be a recipient of this vulgar food stamp orgy or the Obama phones or any of the bloodsucking orgy that is crippling America today.”
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