Thursday, April 19, 2012

Who needs a US security policy? Not me!

Song for this post: "Monster" ~ Kanye West feat. Nicki Minaj

Really, United States Government? Really?

In an era saturated with some of the most ridiculous forms of entertainment (Jersey Shore, Tori & Dean, and those stupid effing Facebook games) as well as some of the most outrageous policy I've seen our government try to pass in a LONG time (like penalizing women in Arizona for using birth control and don't even get me started on the state of our national security) it shouldn't come as a shock that the United States Secret Service is interviewing celebrities about their potential threats against our president.

Wait. What?

I'll say that again:

The United States Secret Service recently interrogated Ted Nugent regarding some inflammatory political comments he made, such as his assertion over the weekend that if President Obama is reelected “I will either be dead or in jail by this time next year.” So, of course, the only logical thing to do was interrogate him, accuse him of being a terrorist, and let the whole country know that what he's doing is ILLEGAL!

Really Secret Service? Really?

Do you not have better things to do with your time than assume a high profile musician is conspiring to take out our Commander In Chief? Really?

Were you bored? Did you need a PR stunt to kick-start a new "We're the Secret Service and we're fucking hilarious" marketing campaign? Is this the new you?

And why would you take someone who's bordering on permanent incoherence seriously in the first place? Why not focus your attentions on other media magnets like, for instance, Matt Damon.  I mean, we'd all perk up a bit more. He's hot as fire. Or even Angelina Jolie (AKA Skeletor). That crazy bitch is a riot to watch these days.

So, as expected, Democrats are calling for Nugent's head on a stick. They've gone so far as to have him PERMANENTLY BANNED FROM THE HALL OF FAME!!!!!!!! Well that's just a shame.

Poor Ted.

These guys ttly look like The Observers.

1 comment:

  1. One of the Venture Bros. episodes involving the character Brock Sampson sparked up some hilarity about the "seriousness" of the Secret Service. But as far as Ted Nugent is concerned, sorry, but for all of the gung-ho, manly hunter/gun-owner antics that he boasts, in the end, the man is a draft-dodger. That doesn't excuse the Secret Service trying to crucify the man, but that doesn't make good ol' Ted a champion of virtue by any means. Just like Newt Gingrich and Dick Cheney, he did whatever he could to avoid service to his nation; and for that, fuck him and his stupid ass opinions about politics.