When Ted Nugent said he’d do anything for America, one MSNBC commentator pointed out that he wasn’t always so patriotic Randy Snyder/Getty Images
CHARLESTON, WV - OCTOBER 30: Musician Ted Nugent speaks Republican John Raese speaks supporters during a rally for his U.S. Senate campaign October 30, 2010 in Charleston, West Virginia. Raese and West Virginia Gov. Joe Manchin, a Democrat, are embroiled in a hotly-contested race for the seat vacated following the death of Robert C. Byrd. (Photo by Randy Snyder/Getty Images)

Musician Ted Nugent is certainly no stranger to odd displays of patriotism.

On Wednesday morning, Nugent appeared on a “FOX & Friends” to discuss a potential run for Senate.

“There’s no limit to what I’d be willing to do to help make this country great,” he said.

Fox News tweeted a link to Nugent’s interview along with the quote.

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That’s when MSNBC’s Joy Reid, who loves to dabble in online savagery, reminded Nugent that he was ALSO popular for allegedly crapping his pants to avoid the Vietnam draft:

People were in awe of the swipe:

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Others argued about Nugent’s service in the thread:

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