|Mike Huckabee might run for president again!|
Former Arkansas governor, talk radio host and Loserville feature is signalling another run for a likely defeat.
On a personal level, I won an opportunity to go to Florida in 2007. I won the YouTube/CNN challenge. I done a video on YouTube about my community and asked the Republican candidates how they could help move the country forward. The opportunity came when I was one of twelve people who had the opportunity to head to St. Petersburg for the CNN Republican debate. I got the opportunity to meet Anderson Cooper and then perennial losers Ron Paul, Mitt Romney, and Senator John McCain (R-AZ).
I met Mike Huckabee and conservative activist/actor/trainer Chuck Norris at the event as well.
A great opportunity to meet the candidates. The candidates were hoping to be the anti-Bush and then then anti-Clinton (later the anti-Obama). Huckabee lost his bid and move on to becoming a talk radio host.
But now in 2013, I am disgusted with Republicans. I can't stand the way they've attacked President Barack Obama. The way its going, I might avoid voting for the mainstream candidates and throw my vote to the second-tier candidates.
It's like the next election is another yawn of candidates who are either too old or too freaking crazy to be in the White House.
No one can beat the first Black president.
So what gives them these next line of losers an opportunity to be viable?
It's like a redo of the same losers of 2008 and 2012, respectively running. I hear Rick Santorum, Mike Huckabee and Jon Huntsman thinking about running again!
Then the Stallmigos are getting political buzz. They have no accomplishments, but yet they're thinking about running for the office. Ted Cruz (R-TX), Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Rand Paul (R-KY) are the three Stallmigos who blocked and filibustered most of the president's nominees and the Democrats proposals.
I hear Vice President Joe Biden is going to run again.
I mean I'm hearing talk that Hillary Clinton will run again. At age 68, would she be capable of handling pressure. I mean her husband survived two terms with a stubborn Republican majority. He managed to survive his marriage after he had an affair with an intern or two. Yet, he managed to become one of the best presidents of the last century.
I hear talk from Democrats about a mayor from San Antonio, a former governor from Montana, a soon to be former governor from Maryland, a governor from New York and a senator from Massachusetts are being the next wave of political players.
I mean here we have the first Black president and his job approval is down. Some (if not most) of Barack Obama's harshest critics may tend to look at his race as a factor. Why?
Because the racist right looks at Black people as "natural born criminals". So with all this talk about him being unpatriotic, not an American citizen, a Muslim, a Communist, and a racist is the political dog whistle of those of the racist right.
Mike Huckabee goes to Loserville News Sunday and talks to Chris Wallace. He is often asked about why he didn't want the stressful job of being the President of The United States.
“It would be, frankly, dishonest to say no,” said Huckabee, a Loserville commentator, who plans to make a final decision after the 2014 elections.
Huckabee suggested that Americans tend to show less regard for a single, working mother than a member of the ruling class. He also defended his recent statement that Washington and Wall Street is the “axis of evil,” suggesting the connection between power and money doesn't regard the needs of middle-class Americans.
Americans have indeed embraced populist Democratic candidates over the past several months, including New York Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio, whose campaign focusing on perceived income inequality resonated with New York residents.
However, Huckabee made clear, “I don’t want big government to determine what income equality looks like.”
Huckabee decided in 2011 not to enter the most recent presidential election campaign, saying: “All of the factors say go, but my heart says no.”
On Sunday, he said there is about a "50-50" chance he will run. Huckabee also said his final decision would still come from the heart and that Republicans already have “a strong stable of candidates” for 2016.
He wants some considerable thought to running for the office once the U.S. Midterms settle down.
Yeah, Huckabee got into the flap over Duck Dynasty and even compared Phil (Robertson) to the president.
Yeah good luck on running for president. He won't stand a chance.
If Huckabee was to run for the office, he will immediately be let go from Loserville. Then he'll create a SuperPac. And then you'll hear about his appearances in Iowa, or at Liberty University.
I guess in January you'll hear the candidates declare their intentions to run. From there we're off to 2016.
Do you think the compassionate conservative will win?
Do you believe the Republicans will doom themselves to failure by being "too conservative"?
Will the racist right and conservative agitators go after Huckabee again?
They've went after Huckabee after perennial loser Mitt Romney lost the 2008 Republican primaries. They may rehash the incident in Washington state where an Black ex-convict killed a White family of four. Huckabee commuted the felon's sentence.
First year of Barack Obama's second term and already we hear more talk about 2016.
This is your junk food media folks.