David Crosby on Ted Nugent: "Hack Guitar Player"

A couple of big names in classic rock are taking aim at each other again… and one of them is a pretty good shot!!

In response to Ted Nugent's recent comment that his exclusion from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame amounted to "sacrilege," David Crosby tossed his hat into the ring, offering that in his opinion he is simply not good enough for the Hall of Fame.

Nugent, eligible for the Hall since 2000, blames a liberal conspiracy for his lack of enshrinement. Most recently, the Motor City Madman aimed at the "ultra-leftist, liberal CEO-driven gang who couldn't give a rat's ass about the music" for banning him from the Hall.

Crosby, a two-time Hall of Fame inductee with The Byrds and Crosby, Stills and Nash, reacted to Nugent's take via Twitter with amusement.

"That is really funny stuff," Crosby wrote. "...[He's] not good enough and he never will be ... a hack player and no singer at all ... could not write a decent song if his life depended on it."

Nugent has yet to respond to Crosby's tweet, but that probably won't last long.

Despite their mutual love for the United States, the two rock and roll greats have often feuded over their differing political view points.

Last year, Nugent said of Crosby: "He's done so much substance abuse throughout his life that his logic meter is gone. His reasoning and his depth of understanding is pretty much gone, so it doesn't surprise me, I feed quite sad for the guy."

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