Friday, May 22, 2020

Ted Nugent Tells It Like It Is

Cal Thomas has an article at the Indy Star entitled Frustrated Americans Won't Stand For Stay-At-Home Orders Much Longer. At the conclusion of the article, he quotes rocker Ted Nugent:
Writing on his Facebook page, rock musician Ted Nugent expresses the growing frustration of many: “Why do I have to stay home just because π˜†π—Όπ˜‚ are scared? How about π˜†π—Όπ˜‚ stay home….π˜†π—Όπ˜‚ stay in π˜†π—Όπ˜‚π—Ώ house indefinitely, π˜†π—Όπ˜‚ wear a mask, π˜†π—Όπ˜‚ socially distance yourself from me, π˜†π—Όπ˜‚ avoid restaurants, π˜†π—Όπ˜‚ avoid baseball games, π˜†π—Όπ˜‚ stay off the roads, π˜†π—Όπ˜‚ avoid malls and beaches and parks… I’m done playing π˜†π—Όπ˜‚π—Ώ dumb game…I’m no longer going to be a prisoner of your fear. I’m no longer staying in my house or catering to π˜†π—Όπ˜‚ because π˜†π—Όπ˜‚ are scared…𝗬𝗒𝗨π—₯ fear is not an excuse to destroy America. 𝗬𝗒𝗨π—₯ fear is not my fear and your fear does not have the right to interfere with my life, my job, my income or my future as a free American citizen.”
This is the thing, right there. If you are scared, YOU stay at home. Why should I have to stay home because YOU are afraid. Everyone must evaluate his or her own risks, and take such precautions as he or she deems will best. As the saying goes, "you picks your poison and takes your chances." Everything in life involves risk.

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