Virginia Primary — Why you should NOT vote for Mike Huckabee

February 8, 2008

We have compiled many, many reasons over the past few months why you should not vote for Mike Huckabee on Tuesday.

Here is one of them, that led us to dub him as the Republican Mike Dukakis — “Mike Dukakabee.”

But that is not the only reason. He also:

And this is all just the tip of the iceberg.

Read the rest of the blog for more. Much more.

Mike Huckabee belongs no where near the presidency, not as McCain’s running mate and not even in a cabinet post where he is in the line of succession. He is a big government Republican who just happens to be a social conservative. Some label this as being a “Christian Socialist.” Whatever you want to call it, it is NOT what any Reagan conservative should want this party to become.

So, on Tuesday, vote for John McCain. Vote for Ron Paul. Vote for one of the candidates who has already dropped out. But by no means vote for Mike Huckabee.


Mike Dukakabee – LIAR

December 16, 2007

If you’re going to lie about something on your resume while running for president, you’ve got to be pretty stupid to think that it won’t be uncovered.  To lie about having a theology degree when you’re pushing your background as a minister is beyond stupid, yet that is exactly what Mike Dukakabee did.

Looking for that Perfect Christmas Gift for Mike Dukakabee?

December 12, 2007

Mike Dukakabee’s Christmas wishlist for Santa includes:

  • 24 place settings of Lenox “Holiday Nouveau” china and stemware (from $14 to $40 a piece)
  • Biddeford bed linens (king and queen bed skirts from $89 to $99)
  • an oval pot rack ($60)
  • an asparagus pot ($30)
  • a KitchenAid mixer ($300)
  • Jack LaLanne power juicer ($100)
  • Kitchen Essentials 12-piece cookware set ($250)
  • Kitchen Essentials cookie sheet ($20)
  • Fieldcrest bed linens (from $30 to $144)
  • Rugs (from $25 to $150)
  • Table linens, potholders and kitchen towels (from $2 to $13)
  • Target GiftCards are also welcome. They can be purchased in amounts from $10 to $1,000.

Actually, this list isn’t Mike Dukakabee’s letter to Santa. These items come from the wedding registries that he and Mrs. Dukakabee set up at Target and Dillard’s in Nov. 2006 as they were preparing to leave the governor’s mansion and move into their own home.


Yes, this is reminiscent of Bill and Hillary’s “gift registry” that they set up in late 2000 when Bill was leaving the White House. Must be something in the water there in Hope, Arkansas.

Sort of reminds me of this…

Dear Santa Claus, How have you been? Did you have a nice summer? How is your wife? I have been extra good this year, so I have a long list of presents that I want. Please note the size and color of each item, and send as many as possible. If it seems too complicated, make it easy on yourself: just send money. How about tens and twenties?