The Ubiquitous Mike Huckabee

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in Huckabee, Media

Is he running for 2012 or America’s Sweetheart?

Probably both.

Jonathan Martin lays it out…

Mike Huckabee has a new book coming out, a weekly talk show on Fox and is an in-demand speaker.

But apparently he’s got some spare time.

The former Arkansas governor and once and perhaps future presidential candidate has inked a deal with ABC radio to deliver The Huckabee Report weekday mornings and afternoons. The short recordings, to begin just after the new year, will amount to Huckabee’s take on the news of the day.

What’s next? Huckabee, The Movie?

I like the guy, but come on…aren’t we’re gonna get sick of him if he spreads himself too thin?

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2 Responses to “The Ubiquitous Mike Huckabee”

  1. Jimmy the Dhimmi Says:

    He’s getting fat again. Anyone else notice?

  2. David Anderson Says:

    It hurts to see Mike Huckabee working as an entertainer now, because the guy should have been the President-elect of the United States. The conservative media opposed him because he was not enough an economic right winger, and the liberal media opposed him because he was a social conservative. But he was (is) right about everything. Without strong families and some conscience in its capitalism, America will disintegrate from within. If Obama is smart, he will adopt Huckabee’s positions on the issues.

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