Assigned Reading: Ted Nugent: Some Psychos Can’t Be Reached
(FROM: Human Events)
Nugent always has his own special delivery. In this case, discussing regimes in North Korea and Iran and how Obama’s administration has interacted with and with regard to each, he’s right on target. An excerpt:
There have always been psychotics intoxicated on power and evil. Such is the case for international kooks Kim Jong-Il of North Korea and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of Iran. These men can’t be reached with diplomacy, logic or reason.
It’s incredibly naive and arrogant of the Obama blowhards to believe they can “talk” and reason through pragmatism with rabid kooks. Believing so is kookier than the kooks themselves.
As someone who believes in giving kooks enough rope to hang themselves, the right course of action would be to sever all communications with rogue, whacky regimes until they prove to the world they no longer have rabies. In the meantime, America should walk loudly, proudly, and carry an oil-soaked 2×4 wrapped with rusty barbed wire and always be ready to swat international kooks upside the head.