CNN.com is reporting that Ted Nugent, a declared independent but George W. Bush backer, will do his part to rally the Bush faithful between now and Election Day by promoting voter registration, as well as performing at fund-raisers and making media appearances on the president's behalf.

Nugent, answering by e-mail from an undisclosed location earlier this summer while performing for American troops on a USO tour with country music star Toby Keith, said that "a strong war on terrorism" is a major issue for him.

Nugent also criticized Democratic candidate Sen. John Kerry on fiscal issues. "Kerry quotes Mao Tse Tung when he insults hard-working Americans by seeking policy that would 'redistribute wealth,' " he wrote.

President Bush, according to Nugent, "[is] a good man and the right man for the job."


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