Following last week's decision by an Idaho casino to cancel a Ted Nugent concert, another venue has done the same. The Emerald Queen Casino in Tacoma, WA has removed his Aug. 2-3 shows from their calendar.

"The first amendment gives people the right to free speech," Lawrence W. LaPointe of the Puyallup Tribe, which runs the casino, said. "But I think racism is intolerable and not acceptable here. We’ve been getting lots of complaints from the community and other organizations. I don’t want to take away his right to say what he wants to say, but we don’t need it here."

While neither of the two casinos that have severed their relationships with Nugent have offered proof of his racism, some have pointed to his reference to President Obama in January as a "subhuman mongrel" -- a term loaded with racial implications -- as evidence. Nugent apologized a month after making that remark.

For his part, Nugent has long maintained that he is not a racist, often citing the many black musicians who have influenced his music. In response to the cancellations, he has also chosen not to go after the casinos, but rather on a liberal "army assigned to destroy Ted Nugent," referring to "these sick, sick, stoned, hygiene-challenged Michael Moore fans. They call in and complain that I’m a racist, they claim I’m a pedophile, that I dodged the draft. They call all the promoters, they call all the venues, they call all my sponsors, every day."