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Item:  Ted Nugent wore a Confederate shirt to the Big Dickhead Perry inaugural the other day.  (And no, this is not to bash Ted Nugent – as long as Big Dickhead serves in any sort of public orifice, I’m going to call him that.)

Anyway, the NAA(L)CP is, typically, kvetching about it.

Gary Bledsoe, president of the Texas chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, has criticized Nugent’s decision to wear the shirt, saying it symbolized “the enslavement of African-Americans and more recently the symbol of hate groups and terrorists.”

Po’ baby.

Gary, son, perhaps we could revisit the Confederate flag issue if you people  would consider giving up the “X” hats.

Or the hubcap necklaces.

Or the pants worn so as to expose six inches of the Underoos.

Or the gimme caps worn at every odd-assed angle.

Or the FUBU gear.

Or the oversized jackets worn in 90-degree heat.


1 Comment to “On the bitching about Ted Nugent’s wardrobe”

  1. Tennessee Budd — January 26, 2007 @ 12:19 pm

    Amen, Spats. I have a battle flag tattoo from my Navy days. I fly the 3rd National (not the battle ensign) from my porch, when weather permits. I’d love to have some idiot from the NAAPC bother me–but then, I don’t think they come as far up into the hills as that.
    The black folks I know don’t have a problem with it, ’cause they know me & know it isn’t about race.

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