Those were the words of de facto GOP spokesman, Ted Nugent.
Now usually this would not be that big of a deal, people on the right, in case you didn't notice, have a profound hatred for the president of these divided states of America, and they have been known to say worse things from time to time.
But Ted Nugent is now going on the campaign trail with the GOP candidate for governor of Texas, and so far it has been a match made in longhorn heaven.
Well, sort of....
"Nugent was interviewed in 2012 by the Secret Service after he said at the National Rifle Association's annual meeting that he would be either "dead or in jail by this time next year" if Obama is still in office.
The agency later cleared Nugent, saying the issue had been resolved and they were not anticipating further action.
But Abbott's campaign is brushing off Nugent's history of contentious comments.
"The controversy is what he said in the past. We are not endorsing Ted Nugent, he is supporting us," the aide said.
"It's easy to criticize some of the language he has used in the past,"
the aide continued. 'He is protected under the Constitution, like you and I.'"
If you live in Texas and you vote for Gregg Abbott, you need to leave the voting booth and head straight to the shower.
But such is life in Texas. Hey, at least they have Austin as a place of refuge. If you live in the wonderful state of Mississippi where do you turn?
You would think that you would be able to find civilized and enlightened people on the campus of the state's finest institution of higher learning, but....
"The FBI on Tuesday was helping investigate who tied a noose around the neck of a University of Mississippi statue of James Meredith, who, in 1962, became the first black student to enroll in the then all-white Southern college.
But I am not going to make my racism chase only about the South. The big R is everywhere.
Right across the bridge in New Jersey hate and ignorance is starting at an early age.
"Just hours after a New Jersey high school wrestling team took a state title, a disturbing photograph has emerged that appears to show them posing with a black dummy hanging by its neck.
The seven boys, dressed in maroon and white Phillipsburg High School colors, are shown in various poses as a dummy hangs from the ceiling. Two of the boys wear pointed hoods that are reminiscent of Ku Klux Klan members.
In a morbid kind of caricature, the dummy appears to wear a wrestling shirt of the team's crushed competitor, Paulsboro High School, located just outside Philadelphia.According to the 2010 Census, 7.5 percent of the residents in Phillipsburg, located 19 miles northeast of Allentown, Penn., are black. In contrast, 36 percent of Paulsboro's residents are black." [Source]
Nice. Ted Nugent would be proud.