Musician Ted Nugent has never been shy about his conservative views, and it doesn’t look like that’s going to change any time soon. Nugent, 69, is quick to remind the public about his sobriety, as well as his views on marijuana. Spoiler alert: he still doesn’t like it.
Nugent, who hails from Redford, Michigan, recently appeared on a taping of WKAR’s Off the Record on Wednesday, and naturally, Nugent was asked about Michigan’s potential legalization of medical marijuana on the upcoming November 6th ballot proposal.
Expectedly, Nugent is still singing the same tune about what he still likes to refer to as “dope.”
Ted Nugent Vehemently Disapproves of Legalizing Marijuana in Michigan
During Wednesday’s radio broadcast, Nugent once again backed up his views on recreational marijuana.
“I have stepped over so many dead bodies who tried to convince me that smoking dope was a victimless crime,” Nugent said.
“I was unhip because I wouldn’t, I guess, drool and puke and then die,” he added.
Nugent’s reasoning for staying away from marijuana? He claims that smoking pot keeps people from thinking clearly.
“When you’re high you cannot make a positive, meaningful, intelligent decision,” he said.
If there was one silver lining in regards to Nugent’s