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Author:  A Proud Liberal [ Sun Feb 24, 2008 10:49 pm ]
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Catherine wrote:
Huckabee must think he's got "star" talent!


I think it must be part of preacher training. No matter the number of skeptics in an audience, they always seems only to hear the true believers.


Catherine wrote:
Huckabee's long linger gets laughs on SNL
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Then he remained seated at the "Update" desk even though Meyers made it clear it was time for him to leave.


It is probable that the SNL people told him to do this on purpose to get laughs. He is so enamored with himself, it is possible he did not realize how pathetic it would make him look.

Author:  shoeless [ Sun Feb 24, 2008 10:53 pm ]
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A Proud Liberal wrote:
He is so enamored with himself, it is possible he did not realize how pathetic it would make him look.[/size]


Kind of like the last years of Elvis.

But Muck Hickabee is just the bass player.

Author:  Catherine [ Sat May 17, 2008 5:46 am ]
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Huckabee is back in the news after once more falling on his face trying to make a joke....

Huckabee's Obama Joke Falls Flat

LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- He was known as a presidential candidate with a sense of humor. But Mike Huckabee's joke at the National Rifle Association convention Friday was a dud.

Appearing in front of about 6,000 gun rights activists, Huckabee's speech was interrupted by a loud noise. The former Arkansas governor said, "That was Barack Obama. He just tripped off a chair. He's getting ready to speak and somebody aimed a gun at him and he -- he dove for the floor."

The comment was immediately noted on news websites and by bloggers who found the crack about Obama getting shot at inappropriate. Obama's campaign had no comment, as it was engaged in a heated back-and-forth with both President Bush and Sen. John McCain -- the presumptive Republican nominee -- over Obama's fitness to be commander
in chief.

Huckabee provided most of the humor in the 2008 Republican primaries, cracking jokes during several of the debates. He won the Iowa caucuses but failed to reach far beyond the evangelical community in states after that.


I wonder if McSame will still consider the Huckster to be a viable VP candidate after this! Who does he think he is...George Bush?

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