Filed By Bil Browning | November 19, 2007 8:30 AM | comments
Filed in: Entertainment, Politics
Tags: Chuck Norris, election 2008, endorsed candidates, Mike Huckabee, presidency, Queer Eye, Republicans, White House
Mike Huckabee is "Chuck Norris approved."
Next week the Edwards camp will be touting the former Senator's endorsement by Kyan Douglas.
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haha, great stuff. It's actually kinda cute when you get past the fact that Huck's running on a nativist, misogynist, homophobic platform.
I can't believe this ad isn't a joke. I mean really. That it isn't satire is frightening.
Contemplate for a second what people living in the rest of the world think when they see something like this...the most militarily powerful nation in the world, the one with more nuclear weapons than any other and the sole country which has used nuclear weapons on other human beings, not to mention, the country which is threatening to use nuclear weapons against Iran, is inhabited by people so delusional, so stupid, they can't separate fantasy from reality. So childish they worship actors who play tough guys on screen. And so belligerent and morally bankrupt that the only sort of power they understand is the kind that comes from the barrel of a gun or the end of a fist.
Yeah, I know the ad was made tongue-in-cheek. But only to a degree. The fact it was made at all, especially at a time when the US is bogged down in an occupation of a country that never posed any threat to it, is un-fucking-believable.
I actually feel that Huckabee is running on a FairTax campaign. I'm a fan of the FairTax so I have followed his homophobic campaign. He would have little to no support with out the FairTax. It was obvious out in Ames, IA that he fared as well as he did because the FairTax bus had showed up in town.
Although I'm passionate about the FairTax, Huckabee will not get my vote!