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Thursday, April 10, 2008

Time for him to go

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Three, two, one ... rapture? Comedy Central's Indecison 2008 is offering reader speculation on the Huckabee countdown:

"Is it the rapture? A countdown until he and Chuck Norris take the presidency by force? Or maybe just a site remake."

We'll know in lotsa seconds from now.

 

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