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Friday, February 13, 2009

Shut the Huck up

Posted By on Fri, Feb 13, 2009 at 9:17 AM

Mike Huckabee better get rich, because he's fast on the road to marginalizing himself as a credible political candidate with his work as Fox commentator. Last week, it was his bogus rant about the stimulus being "anti-religious" for including boilerplate language decades old to bar federal spending on church buildings.

Now he's picked up the bogus claim that the stimulus package includes $30 million for Nancy Pelosi to protect a mouse in the Bay Area. Old Huckster followers will remember when he blasted tree-hugging environmentalists with a bunch of similar enviro-crazy fairy tales in a Farm Bureau speech some years ago.


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