NO WANGO TANGO – Making time in their busy party schedule with prostitutes to cast stones, audacious agents from the secret service have suddenly reassigned their ball activities to discuss criminal behavior with Ted Nugent after the outspoken musician criticized Barack Obama. The only problem is that identifying the actual criminals in the meeting may be difficult.
Commentary by Dan Crosby,
Of THE DAILY PEN
NEW YORK, NY - When you allow an illegitimate candidate to be elected president, everything goes to hell.
Like the line from 'Tommy Boy', "That's when the whores come in." http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sf2uLoJc9J8&feature=related (1:22).
Between interrogation sessions following their own criminal solicitation of prostitutes, U.S. Secret Service agents have shuffled their busy lap-dance schedule to meet with Theodore Nugent after the rock musician used his first amendment privilege to criticize the illegitimate usurpation of power by Barack Obama, during the National Rifle Association convention last week.
Ironically, it is the very criminal behavior exhibited by the Secret Service in their salacious activities with sex workers in Colombia which Nugent was criticizing. Now, the same "Johns" assigned to protect Obama have been charged with not only the crime of solicitation but the duty of casting stones at Nugent for his accurate assessment of Obama’s immoral and illegitimate administration.
Prior to Nugent’s comments, three Secret Service agents implicated in the prostitution scandal in Colombia, including two supervisors, have been fired from the agency as federal investigators are ramping up an investigation into whether the criminal lapse led to any security breach.
Nugent, who accurately informed the NRA last week of the criminal behavior rampant throughout Obama’s illegal administration also said that he would be "dead or in jail" next year if Obama is fraudulently elected again in November. Citing references to the American Revolution, Nugent said that such criminality among government must be thrown off and the “king” overthrown.
At no point did Nugent ever directly threaten Obama only stating what might happen to himself.
Since the Secret Service is no moral position to serve as an example against criminality in the wake of the prostitution scandal, Nugent said he was not concerned about meeting with them.
"We actually heard from the Secret Service, and they have a duty, and I salute them. I support them and I'm looking forward to our meeting tomorrow," Nugent said on Glenn Beck's radio show.
"I'm sure it will be a fine gathering backstage in Oklahoma," Nugent said.
Nugent is schedule to give a concert in Ardmore, Oklahoma, on Thursday.
Facing criminal charges for their own bad behavior, the Secret Service declined to directly address whether the federal agency tasked with protecting the president would be meeting with Nugent.
"We are aware of the incident with Ted Nugent, and we are conducting appropriate follow-up," said spokesman Brian Leary in a statement. "We recognize an individual's right to freedom of speech but we also have a responsibility to determine and investigate intent."
Leary did not address his agency’s involvement with Colombian prostitutes or the possible breach of security.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney also made a high-profile appearance and speech at the NRA convention attended by Nugent, but did not comment on the charges of solicitation against the Secret Service.
However, Nugent's comments last week at the NRA convention were seized on by the Democratic National Committee, in a fundraising email on Monday in which lead Democrat hitwoman, Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, chairwoman of the DNC, said at the time, "threatening violence, or whatever it is that Nugent's threatening, is clearly beyond the pale."
However, Schultz, a radical Obot, also remained silent on Obama’s Secret Services’ illegal sexcapades.
In other comments at the convention in St. Louis last week, Nugent took aim at other officials in Obama's administration.
“It isn’t the enemy that ruined America,” he said, affirming his support for Republican presidential front-runner Mitt Romney.
“It’s good people who bent over and let the enemy in. If the coyote’s in your living room pissing on your couch, it’s not the coyote’s fault. It’s your fault for not shooting him.”
"We need to ride into that battlefield and chop their heads off in November," Nugent said at the convention. But in his appearance on Beck's radio show, Nugent said he was not calling for violence.
"Every reference I made, whether it's a shot across the bow or targeting the enemy, it always ended the sentence with 'in November at the voter booth,'" Nugent said.
Having years of experience on musical concert tours with thousands of groupies and "willing" female fans, Nugent did not comment on whether he had ever had to pay for sex or whether he would offer his advice to the Secret Service on how to be more discreet.