What do the “Motor City Madman,” “The Boss,” and Bryan Adams all have in common? Well, besides all being platinum selling, guitar playing, singer songwriters they have all recently cancelled shows over controversial state laws. Bruce Springsteen cancelled in North Carolina over the so called “bathroom” law, Bryan Adams cancelled in Mississippi over a similar “religious freedom” law and Ted Nugent is cancelling his obscene-sounding “Sonic Baptizm” shows in every state that has an age of consent of 17 years of age or older claiming the laws are a civil rights violation and age discrimination.
Ted is not only a classic rock hero, a blood thirsty bigot and a deviant pervert but he’s never one to shy from controversy. Now, unlike the other musicians he has no objection to the laws in North Carolina and Mississippi praised by ISIS and designed to discriminate against the LGBT community under the guise of religious freedom. His objections, as a noted pedophile, draft dodger and overall hypocrite scumbag, are with states that restrict him from having sex with high school aged girls – one of his favorite hobbies when not busy rocking out with Mike Huckabee or threatening the life of the president of the United States.
This leaves Deadly Tedly with a handful of states and U.S. territories to perform his dated brand of rock n’ roll – Arkansas, Connecticut, Georgia, Hawaii, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Vermont, Washington state, West Virginia, American Samoa, Guam and Puerto Rico.