It appears leading conservatives are simply all wrong about The Huck. Last night I attended one of the fabled Huck and Chuck rallies starring Chuck Norris in my hometown of
“Whoa!” Parker said. “Whoa! We’re talking about a man whose website says Faith. Family. Freedom."
Is that all it takes? Maybe he should skip the poll visits today and just oversee a new Mike Huckabee Is President website, so long as that is what now conjures reality.
Parker had come out to campaign at Huckabee’s request. He called her one night to chat it up and…she wasn’t sure who he was. “I’m a single woman, I just got home from vacation, I’m thinking, ‘Mike who?’” she explained. Lord, sounds like a pretty hot vacation. Alas, the man on the line was a certain former Baptist minister. Nevertheless, his voice filled Parker with joy because she learned there was finally a God-fearing outsider was running for president. (Are there any declared atheist insiders currently seeking the nomination.) This was a good and necessary thing, she argued, because, “A lot of people in
Pshaw. Honest Abe didn’t even have Chuck Norris campaigning for him.
By the by, for those who are interested and remember the scene in Missing in Action wherein Chuck Norris’ captors put a burlap sack with a rat in it over his head, Yes, it was a real rat, but it was already dead when they put it in the sack. Chuck Norris didn’t bite the rat to death. It was already dead when he put it in his mouth.
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