November 28, 2017


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Today's Commentary:  Franken: I can't say I haven't -- Ten impossible things before breakfast -- NFL uproar -- “Pocahontas”-gate -- Enough with the dirty tricks -- Political math arguments -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries


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Act Two of Monday’s DC melodrama took the form of a soliloquy by Sen. Al Franken that vacillated more than Hamlet’s “To be or not to be,” except that Al couldn’t decide if he did or did not grope women’s bottoms (“To squeeze or not to squeeze, that is the question.”) You think I’m kidding? Here are some actual quotes:


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Ten impossible things before breakfast

By Mike Huckabee

Poor Matt Walsh at the Daily Wire tried to follow the logical train of "progressive" thinking and reconcile all the contradictory things you have to believe at once, and ended up with a massive headache. The specific thread: All men are monsters with the potential to commit violent rape and should be feared. However, they can also be women if they say they are, because gender is “fluid” and categories are meaningless. So let’s allow men into women’s restrooms, showers and dressing rooms. But women aren’t allowed to carry guns to protect themselves because only the police should have guns, and they’ll protect you. Even though cops are vicious murderers who use their guns to mow down innocent black people en masse. And by the way, black people aren’t allowed to have guns for self-defense, either.

This is why I couldn’t be a liberal. It requires you to believe at least ten impossible things before breakfast. A word of advice, Matt: don’t even try to reconcile the liberal arguments for unrestricted abortion and against the death penalty and animal cruelty. You might suffer a brain embolism.


NFL uproar

By Mike Huckabee

The NFL is in an uproar over Republican suggestions that local communities no longer be allowed to use taxfree bond issues to build giant stadiums. On the bright side, the way they’ve been letting the NFL become synonymous with disrespecting the National Anthem and painting cops as racist killers, they’ll soon be able to play on local Pee Wee football fields and have plenty of room in the bleachers for the spectators.



By Mike Huckabee

In case you missed it: a recap of “Pocahontas”-gate. Frankly, I agree that it wasn’t an appropriate venue for President Trump to bring this up. But the claim that calling Elizabeth Warren “Pocahontas” is a racist slur is ludicrous (besides, the Internet-approved term is “Faux-cahontas.”) It might be a racist slur if she actually were a Native-American, but that’s highly dubious. She’s been accused of claiming to be part Cherokee to advance her academic career at Harvard to the detriment of a real minority applicant, which she denies.

This is another reason why I could never be a liberal. It requires me to get more upset about the politically-incorrect language Trump used than about the alleged injustice he was pointing out. I guess cultural appropriation is like groping interns: it’s okay if a “progressive” does it.


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Enough with the dirty tricks

By Mike Huckabee

James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas has done some valuable expose videos in the past, but he should’ve stayed out of the Alabama Senate race issue. Testing the Washington Post’s vetting procedures is one thing, but it could have waited. Whether WaPo ran his hoax or not, either way, it threatened to affect the results of an upcoming close election. Enough with the dirty, last-minute tricks on all sides.


Political math arguments

A write-in candidate has joined the Alabama Senate race: retired Marine Col. Lee Busby thinks Democrat Doug Jones would be wrong for Alabama values such as opposing abortion and defending the Constitution, while the allegations against Roy Moore created a “distaste” in his mind. He said, “As a voter, I don’t need to get to the bottom of it.”

No disrespect intended to a Marine veteran, and he’s welcome to vote any way his conscience dictates. But I think he might be undermining his own argument when he says he’s running to defend the Constitution, then dismisses Moore’s right to due process. Besides, Alabamans are aware that splitting the conservative vote will likely hand the seat to Jones. Any liberal who criticizes me for pointing out the obvious should explain yesterday’s story about Susan Sarandon still being viciously attacked by the left for supporting Jill Stein instead of Hillary Clinton. Or Google how many liberal pundits are still whining about Ralph Nader costing Al Gore the presidency. Or note that Gore was VP because Ross Perot twice allowed Bill Clinton to win the White House with less than 50% of the vote. This isn’t a moral judgement; I’m just pointing out the math.


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  • David Conway

    11/29/2017 12:06 AM

    Thank you Mr. Huckabee. I appreciate all you do. Your Daughter Sara is amazing also. Love seeing you both. Liked your interview in Christ Revealed. Need more good people like both of you, President Trump, Vice President Pence, Trey Gowdy, and so many others. Need God, and more good people to drain the Swamp, and rid the evil in our world. Good job, keep up the amazing work. Need everyone praying continuously.

  • Rev. Melody-Rose Parker

    11/28/2017 02:27 PM

    Mike, I would like to comment on President Trump's remarks while with the Code Talkers.

    President Trump's lack of preparedness, even more than his inappropriate remark, was a tremendous breach of etiquette in Indigenous circles and dishonored the Code Talkers. With a little preparedness, President Trump could have shown true caring for the Code Talkers by approaching the event with the type of honoring that these amazing Indigenous Elders deserved. In other words, appropriate preparation would create honoring as the Code Talkers understood honorment not executing some Technoworld Version of what Trump's advisors thought would do for the occasion.

    Since no one prepared, I take it that the event was a throw away to cover all the criticisms the Government was getting about stealing native land around Thanksgiving. I find that sad.

    To give without agenda is the Beauty Way. I felt sad that no one in the President's circle thought this event was important enough to approach the event in honorable fashion.

    Rev. Melody-Rose Parker

  • Jim Jeffers

    11/28/2017 02:23 PM

    "All men are monsters with the potential to commit violent rape and should be feared. However, they can also be women if they say they are, because gender is 'fluid'..." You have a way of unravel the illogical arguments of the left while most of us are dumbstruck by their stupidity! Thanks for being our voice.