Category

Archive for the 'Mike Huckabee' Category

From my (red) corner of Texas

I showed up a few minutes early yesterday to pick up Adorable Child from a birthday party, and as has happened with nearly every adult encounter in the last week, another parent and I began talking about the primary election. While people eddied about us (including an entire family decked out in Obama t-shirts), our [...]

Exit polls: Florida Republicans fail the litmus test

There’s some consternation in the conservative blogosphere this morning about the Florida results. They’re trying to understand how a closed GOP primary could include Independent and Democratic voters. Considering we’re talking about the Sunshine State here (they have such a wonderful history with elections), I can’t say I blame them. It’s worth noting, though, that [...]

Age and the presidential pressure-cooker

Chuck Norris is worried about John McCain’s age: Norris, an ardent supporter of Mike Huckabee, told reporters he believes serving as president accelerates the aging process 3-to-1. “If John takes over the presidency at 72 and he ages 3-to-1, how old will he be in four years? Eighty-four years old — and can he handle [...]