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Monday, November 30, 2009

Here comes the Mike Huckabee spin

Posted By on Mon, Nov 30, 2009 at 12:12 PM

Mike Huckabee tweets that he'll be on O'Reilly's show tonight. What you think the chances are of a Fox host asking tough questions of another Fox host?

Will Huckabee reveal office memos that led to his recommendation for commutation?

Will he reveal office communication with the parole board, all his appointees?

Will he name the people who vouched for the inmate?

Will he discuss if he knew the inmate personally, from a work detail or otherwise?

Will he reveal what the governor's office and his parole board appointees knew about shooting suspect Maurice Clemmons' second parole? Having been spared 50 years on his first batch of sentences, he would seem an unlikely prospect for a quick parole on another robbery charge in the space of three years.


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