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Ted, White, and Blue: The Nugent Manifesto

by Ted Nugent

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Although I loved this book--not only because I'm a big BUGE fan, but because I feel it's important--I gave it three stars only because much of the material Nuge covers here has been handled not only on his blog over the years, but in many other conservative books.

As a plus, this is a really good read if you'd like a basic, cut the BS-look at issues that are important to every American (i.e. Ted really breaks things down into layman's terms, albeit with his fun take).

While this should be an eye-opener for those who have been blinded by the masses, those into the conservative-look on things WILL enjoy it for Ted's prose, but info-wise, there may not be too much here you haven't already heard. ( )
  NickCato | Jan 29, 2009 |
Typical uncle Ted. Raw and straight forward. You can feel his energy as you are reading and I think that even if you diagree with most of his veiws you will still find it entertaining. I loved it! ( )
  fistymcbeefpunch | Dec 28, 2008 |
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Straight from the Motor-City Madman comes his wildest, most politically incorrect book yet. In his trademark unapologetic style, Nugent praises God, guns, and red-blooded Americanism.

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