But never forget his 1970s column arguing that dancing is immoral.
“I’d much rather have to defend this than say, yes, I used to regularly be apart of the choom gang. It’s just bizarre.”
“Welcome aboard the ‘RAP’ture Express!”
“People can be my friends who have lifestyles that are not necessarily my lifestyle,” the former Arkansas governor told CNN.
“This is my daughter… she was murdered by a serial rapist released early from prison in Arkansas. Will we see a version of this unaired ad — obtained by BuzzFeed News — in 2016?
Mike Huckabee can throw shade all he wants, but the Beyhive knows Beyoncé is a good role model for our daughters.
Time to put on yer gosh durn thinkin’ caps!
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee is currently deciding whether to run for president in 2016.
“The honorable thing to do at this point is to end my tenure here at Fox so I can openly talk with potential donors and supporters and gauge support.”
The group running the ads, Secure America Now, is a conservative national security nonprofit.
If Cumulus ends up dropping Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity, the conservative talk radio hosts could lose access in Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, and Washington, D.C., at least temporarily.
“I’m not sure that the numbers support that,” host Alisyn Camerota said over the weekend discussing a claim Palin made that the media was complicit in covering up the recent scandals that have plagued the Obama administration. “I think that there’s been even some significant outrage on the part of many media people and pundits over the IRS scandal for example,” Mike Huckabee said.
Mike Huckabee suggested that both he and Jesus were displeased with the ruling against DOMA on Wednesday. Here are some of the best twitter responses.
In Israel, Huckabee is concerned about a Breitbart.com report.
The libertarian charges more than Mike Huckabee. Accepts fiat money.
The former First Lady of Arkansas just met Akin for the first time, but she’s got his back. “We don’t bury the wounded.”
Social issues may not have been the focus at this week’s convention, but they weren’t left out, either. Marriage was much talked-about, from “honor[ing] the institution of marriage” to “defend[ing] marriage” to “stop[ping] the assault on marriage.”
He’s at the center of the Akin mess, and of conservative politics. Arkansas’ Ed Koch?
Apologizes for “legitimate rape” comment but refuses to back out of the race.
Silversun Pickups, Foo Fighters, Tom Petty, Talking Heads and other stars have forbidden G.O.P. candidates from using their songs in ads and rallies.
Now, he’s the subject of a similar spot. Castellanos vs. Stevens in 2008.
What’s the former Senator up to, post-presidential run? Chicken activism.
In response to the “vicious hate speech and intolerant bigotry from the left” about Dan Cathy, the CEO of Chick-Fil-A who recently reaffirmed his “traditional” views on marriage, Mike Huckabee has started a Facebook event called “Chick Fil-A Apprecation Day.”
Also trying to make August 1 “Chick-Fil-A Appreciation Day.”
A letter sent by the group Citizens United, over Hucakbee’s signature, says the day Obama was sworn into office is “the day the country started going to pot.” Huckabee demands the letter be “pulled,” while Citizens United denies sending it — and then reversed itself.
Says Huckabee wasn’t a national candidate even though he won Iowa. “Now he’s Huckabee, without the folksy charm.”
Newt Gingrich released a new ad today, hitting Mitt Romney over his support for Paul Tsongas in the 1992 Massachusetts Primary, his blind trust investments in Fannie and Freddie, and his denial of having seen an ad he in fact approved. The new spot, which quotes Mike Huckabee, was quickly responded to by Huckabee. Through his PAC, Huckabee released a statement saying “Any use of an out of context quote from the Republican Presidential primary 4 years ago in a political ad to advocate for the election or defeat of another candidate is not authorized, approved, or known in advance by me.”
Let’s all hope that marijuana humor is a major part of Mitt’s strategy for tonight’s debate in Florida.
Puts the kibosh on new Romney ad.
Huckabee still hasn’t endorsed, but if he’s okay with this ad, it’s pretty clear which way he’s leaning.