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Kevin Greene

Ted Nugent: "Time to stretch neck of jihadist punk "

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If the bombing, killings and maiming of Bostonians by the two voodoo whack-job jihadists in Boston isn’t maddening enough, the next tsunami of insults should drive any American addicted to common sense crazy.

The jihadist punk in custody is obviously guilty of committing murder, terrorist acts and a whole book of other crimes, but he won’t be brought to justice.

Justice is supposed to be swift. At least that’s how our Founding Fathers thought it should be.

Imagine if this jihadist punk had basically committed the same crimes 150 years ago. He would have been swinging from an oak tree in Boston Common no longer than 60 days from the date of his arrest. That would be justice.

But that won’t happen to this guilty voodoo vermin. If he’s ever executed, it will be many years from now after our so-called justice system goes through its strange eternal, time-wasting, court-and-lawyer maneuvers from hell. The ugly truth is that by the time this voodoo punk is executed, America will probably have had to deal with any number of other bombings and killings by other voodoo nuts.

He probably won’t go to trial for more than a year due to court-sanctioned delays. Once he’s found guilty, he will be afforded any number of appeals that will take more years, possibly more than a decade. The young voodoo nut has got a long life in front of him, thanks to America’s screwed-up justice system.

A perfect example of justice delayed is terminal voodoo mass murderer Nidal Malik Hasan, who killed 13 soldiers and wounded 32 others at Fort Hood in 2009. Allahu Akbar, my ass.

This voodoo punk’s trial is finally set to begin on May 29 of this year – almost four long years after he shouted “Allahu Akbar” and began his voodoo-inspired rampage in yet another gun-free zone.

This four-year dastardly delay to bring this guilty punk to justice is damnable. What’s equally damnable is that our Defense Department categorizes his slaughter rampage as “workplace violence,” rather the overtly obvious act of voodoo terrorism that everyone knows it was. Workplace violence? Talk about spitting on the graves of our dead heroes.

Hasan is a voodoo terrorist who should have been the feature attraction at a neck-stretching party on the grounds of Fort Hood years ago. I would have supplied the rope, the lumber for the gallows and gladly pulled the hatch on this soulless rabid dog.

There is no excuse for constant delays and years of appeals when there is overwhelming and obvious guilt.

This isn’t justice – it’s a joke.

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Apparently justice for dillweeds like Nugent is even slower, but he doesn't seem to be complaining about that.

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I agree that the justice system is fouled up.

If you know he is guilty, got him on tape doing it, can't get intel out of him, then what's wrong with this weekend? Same goes for guys who knock off convenience stores on tape with many witnesses and kill someone.

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quiet everyone, ted "poo his pants to dodge the draft and spent the 70s fuging 15 year old girls" nugent has an opinion

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quiet everyone, ted "poo his pants to dodge the draft and spent the 70s fuging 15 year old girls" nugent has an opinion

Sums it up

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He pretty much sounds just like every other redneck retard in the world. I can't stand when people start that "FOUNDING FATHER'S" bullshit. Just because someone wrote it down and made it a law all of those years ago, that doesn't mean that it's right.

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Ted Nugent is partially right about the lack of justice in this country

If it was taken seriously he would've been put in prison decades ago for writing and recording cat scratch fever

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at least he had the decency to keep cat scratch fever under 4 minutes

stranglehold on the other hand...ugh

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I mean it's not like most of our Founding Fathers were lawyers for whom lengthy trials would make them more money or anything

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