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Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Huck sees Hezbollah threat from Mexico

Posted By on Tue, Nov 30, 2010 at 10:21 AM

Though evidence remains in short supply, Mike Huckabee apparently is in agreement with a Republican U.S. Rep. Sue Myrick that Hezbollah, the militant Lebanese grup, is infiltrating the U.S. disguised as clandestine Mexican border crossers with the help of Mexican drug cartels.

The picture? The Huckabee file shot used by Talking Points Memo put me so much in mind of Jim Nabors that I took a look at Google and found I wasn't the first to see the resemblance. I should confess that a student in a class I once taught at Philander Smith once broke out laughing during my lecture and, after much prompting, said her hilarity was caused by MY resemblance to Gomer Pyle. Shazam.

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