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Ted Nugent is criticizing President Obama's State of the Union address.  The Motor City Madman was among those who attended the event in person. 

Following the speech, he tweeted:

In his address President Obama said the America is making a steady economic recovery, that the "rubble of crisis" has been cleared away, and the nation is stronger than it was four years ago. 

He cited the victims of numerous mass shootings and said they "deserve a vote" on new gun safety measures.  He also said America doesn't need a "bigger government," but a "smarter government, and called for a renewed spirit of bipartisan cooperation to put the "nation's interests before party." 

Obama vowed to do what is necessary about the nuclear threats posed by Iran and North Korea, and said that more U.S. troops will be withdrawn from Afghanistan over the next year. 

Nugent, whose outspoken opposition to President Obama resulted in a visit from the Secret Service last year, attended Obama's State of the Union address as the guest of Texas' Republican Representative Steve Stockman. 

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