NU­GENT TOWN

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A re­cent con­ver­sa­tion be­tween rocker Ted Nu­gent and Detroit talk ra­dio host Jerry Tar­rants:

Mr. Tar­rants: “Is there a pres­i­den­tial run, or any po­lit­i­cal run in the fu­ture?”

Mr. Nu­gent: “I have threat­ened to run for pub­lic of­fice and have been prod­ded to do so and pushed hard. It’s not off the ta­ble. At this point it would be up to Mrs. Nu­gent and my fam­ily, but I’m be­ing pushed pretty hard to run. I be­lieve my sense of logic, my sense of com­mon sense, my con­nec­tion to peo­ple who are in the as­set col­umn of Amer­ica. I be­lieve that I would per­form an enor­mous up­grade in re­turn­ing to the Con­sti­tu­tion, the Bill of Rights and, most im­por­tant of all, ac­count­abil­ity.”

Mr. Tar­rants: “I’m go­ing to take that as a yes.”

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“I be­lieve that I would per­form an enor­mous up­grade in re­turn­ing to the Con­sti­tu­tion, the Bill of Rights and, most im­por­tant of all, ac­count­abil­ity,” said rocker Ted Nu­gent, when asked about the pos­si­bil­ity of run­ning for of­fice.

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