Ted Nugent's heavily publicized appearance at last week's State of the Union address caught the attention of NBC's 'Saturday Night Live.' This past Saturday (Feb. 16), the long-running late-night comedy show ran a sketch that took aim at the Motor City Madman.

The segment was designed as a spot on the Fox News Channel morning show, 'Fox & Friends,' with Taran Killam, Vanessa Bayer and Bobby Moynihan portraying hosts Steve Doocy, Gretchen Carlson and Brian Kilmeade. Following a few words about the State of the Union, they brought on "Nugent," who was played by Bill Hader, to talk about his experience on Capitol Hill.

Dressed in a brown jacket and cowboy hat and affecting a flat Michigan accent, Hader attempted to describe himself in one word and gave his opinion of President Barack Obama's speech. The sketch closed with Fred Armisen as a British official discussing the horsemeat scandal and a scrolling list of corrections.

Its subject, however, was none too pleased with their attempt. This morning, Ted Nugent wrote the following response on Twitter.