Adam Thierer asks a good question: How does Mike Huckabee's palaver about "the decline in the character of our society" match up with his he-man sex-and-violence endorsements?
I'm just wondering, has Mike Huckabee listened to "Wang Dang Sweet Poontang" by Ted Nugent? Does he know what that song is referring to? And I wonder what governor Huckabee's favorite Nugent album is. Is it "Penetrator"? Or is it "If You Can't Lick 'Em…Lick 'Em"? Or perhaps it's "Love Grenade"? And has the governor listened to tunes on those albums like "The Harder They Come, The Harder I Get"?
And I'm also wondering if Gov. Huckabee has watched some of those old Chuck Norris karate movies like "Forced Vengence," "A Force of One," or "Silent Rage"? I loved those movies as a kid, but those are the sort of flix that the FCC and many members of Congress would like to see banned from television for their "excessively violent" nature. Is the governor OK with those movies?
Finally, does Huckabee realize that Ric Flair's claim to fame in the professional wrestling world was that he was the ultimate "cut man"? That is, Flair was willing to be one of those guys who, in just about every match, would voluntarily cut his head open with a razor blade after being thrown out of the ring. (He hid on floor and cut his head with a blade that would be hidden under the stage). My God, Flair bled like nobody else, and the blood would ultimately make his shocking white hair turn pink, ratty, and disgusting. And the fans went wild! We all loved to see the pompous "Nature Boy" bleed.
It hasn't slowed down the Huckmentum on the right: Jerry Falwell Jr endorsed him today. To be fair, he probably blames "Bound And Gagged" on the homosexual agenda.