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Ted Nugent Thinks Poor People Have Every Imaginable Luxury In the World, Just Like Him

Millionaire National Rifle Association board member Ted Nugent thinks there is no need to worry about poor people. They live in luxury, just like him.

In a recent column for WND, Nugent – saying he represented ‘we the people’ –  talked about why the government is soft on those luxury-living poor folk.

“We can’t believe our government squawks about so many living in so-called poverty when the vast majority of such poor people have cellphones and every imaginable luxury known to man,” he ranted, failing to explain that most poor people with cellphones have no landlines and they use those phones to communicate with schools, work, and yes, occasionally friends.

He also blasted the Obama administration and accused him of conspiring to bring immigrant kids across the border.

“We refuse to believe that all those children showing up at our southern border just happen to make that near impossible journey all on their own,” he continued, not really explaining why Obama would lure kids over the border as a covert policy in the first place.

Of course, he said, that the border issue was just one of the shady dealing of Obama and his ‘gang.’

“Now more than ever, we the people are painfully aware that those subject to the separation of powers have become nothing more than a conspiratorial gang against us,” he claimed, still in the name of ‘we the people.’

The biggest lie of all, though, according to Nugent, is that Obama is a Christian.

“We don’t believe that our president is a Christian,” he said.

Furthermore, thanks to non-Christian Obama, America is now full of “vampire wolves” that Nugent wants exorcised.

“[V]ampire wolves be gone. It is now or never, America. Are you American enough?” Nugent said, encouraging his fellow conservatives to not believe Obama’s lies or those poor people who talk on cellphones but say they have a hard life.

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