3.02.2011

CYA quote out-stupids Huckabee

Mike Huckabee: “I’ll tell you what I do know …” And, now, hopefully, everyone in America knows. But, this gets even better.

Huckabee spokesman Hogan Gidley told CNN’s “Political Ticker” that the former Arkansas governor, presidential hopeful and current Fox News host meant to say Obama grew up in Indonesia, not Kenya.

As the CNN report points out, the Mau Mau uprising Huckabee mentined did not take place in Indonesia.

But, here’s the pièce de résistance:

Spokesman Gidley went on to say, “The governor would, however, like to know more about where President Obama's liberal policies come from and what else the president plans to do to this country – as do most Americans."

Gidley might just be a little giddy from all the brouhaha and hahas but he has managed with that last quote to out-stupid his boss.

For the record, I got my liberal views growing up in Mississippi.

4 comments:

tnlib said...

I do believe the Republicans, due to their own greed and stupidity, are uniting Americans in ways they never imagined.

Frodo, struggling with one, said...

Note that George Will, who listed five, did not include Huckleberry in his roster of Republicans capable of running a lemonade stand, much less controlling nuclear weapons.

George was too generous in his inclusions.

Malcolm said...
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Malcolm said...

A wise person once said, "When you're in a hole, stop digging". It's a shame Huckabee isn't familiar with that quote.