Reformed Chicks Blabbing
December 2007 Archives

Ouch! Mike Huckabee may have finally gone too far.After running an unconventional, surprisingly strong and sometimes strange race to the top tier of the Republican presidential campaign, the former Arkansas governor topped himself Monday with a campaign stunt that smacked …Read More

My husband, daughters, mother and father-in-law are playing Clue and I’m sitting here reading the political blogs with a head cold. Good thing politics doesn’t take much deep thought, huh?

Can’t help but wonder if this was a cynical attempt to appear above the fray while getting the negative ad out to a wider audience than he would have been able to afford: Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (R) told …Read More

I hope they’re wrong! The consensus seems to be Romney, Huckabee and McCain.

How cute is this? Makes me want to buy an assault rifle 🙂 They’re not being mass produced though, it was made by a guy for his wife for Christmas (he might want to start thinking about taking orders). (via)

Demanding an apology from a candidate for their negative ads is not the smartest thing to do when you have a reputation for being thin-skinned and irritable: Mike Huckabee told me Sunday that Mitt Romney should apologize for saying “blatantly …Read More

No, not for me. I expect him to do well in NH but it will be meaningless since he doesn’t have a shot at winning the nomination. We can’t afford an isolationist during a time of global war and I …Read More

Her father got the iPod from Wal-Mart and it wasn’t the only iPod that was replaced with a note: A little girl thought she was getting an iPod for Christmas but ended up getting a rude surprise. She got the …Read More

Well, um…it appears that there was no debate to begin with 🙂 according to Don Surber: Ron Paul protests his “exclusion” from an imaginary Fox News debate. Big Head DC snookers him. And me. This is what I get for …Read More

If that’s the case, why are so many of the candidates invoking Reagan? Are they attempting to appeal to just a fraction of the base? I guess Huckabee’s campaign needs this to be true since he’s only able to attract …Read More