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Ted Nugent

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Ted Nugent would make a good cult leader. He’s got all the ingredients: charisma, fame in a popular art form, a highly articulate and highly singular worldview and a badass public persona. Also, the man is heavily armed.
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Amy Benfer, "I have the American Dream Licked!", Salon, (June 11, 2002)

 
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