Huck Hawks Bumper Stickers, Not McCain

huckbumpersticker.jpgIt’s 8 days before Election Day and the GOP’s pastor-in-chief, Mike Huckabee, is emailing constituents with a fundraising pitch that’s silent on the party’s presidential nominee, not a good sign for McCain:

I want you to help me reach our end of October fundraising goal. We need to collect 1,640 contributions from supporters by midnight on Friday.
Will you make a contribution of $10 or more today online? In return for your financial support, I will send you a copy of our new “HUCK” bumper sticker.
We have already supported dozens of candidates this year and we hope to support additional strong conservatives before Election Day. We won’t be able to however, without your financial support today.
I urge you to make a $10 or more contribution in support of our efforts. And when you do, you can do so with the knowledge that we have invested it in the campaigns of strong conservatives nationwide. Conservatives fighting for our ideas and values.
Time is running out. Help us support the candidates we have identified today. Make your $10 or more contribution and in return I will send you our new “HUCK” bumper sticker today.
With deep gratitude,
Mike Huckabee


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posted November 2, 2008 at 12:34 am

Huck should separate his religion from politics. How would he like it if another religion pushed their agenda on government? All religions, including those with no religion are equal in the eyes of government. Enough of this Huckster.

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posted November 2, 2008 at 10:25 pm

Huck still trying to make a buck

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