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PostPosted: Wed Jan 20, 2010 8:02 pm 
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Thursday, January 21st: Governor Huckabee will be a guest on Fox News’ “On the Record with Greta Van Susteren” at 10pm ET.

Friday, January 22nd: Governor Huckabee will be on Fox News’ “Your World with Neil Cavuto” at 4pm ET and FOX Business' "Cavuto" at 6pm ET.

Saturday, January 23rd: Governor Huckabee will be on Fox News’ “Fox and Friends.”

And don’t forget to tune in to “Huckabee,” Saturday and Sunday nights at 8pm ET.

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 21, 2010 12:22 am 
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 21, 2010 10:38 am 
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I hope Cavuto talks about the PPP results. We should email him and make sure he knows!


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 21, 2010 10:54 am 
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I hope Cavuto talks about the PPP results. We should email him and make sure he knows!


And perhaps Saturday Fox & Friends, too


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 21, 2010 6:14 pm 
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Did anyone see Huckabee on Cavuto at 4:00 est today?

I know he is scheduled for tomorrow (Friday) but I just saw a couple of tweets referring to Huckabee on Cavuto today discussing, I believe, the new Supreme Court ruling. Anybody see it? Have a youtube?


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 21, 2010 9:18 pm 
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Huckabee just said that he will be on red eye tonight after he does the show with Greta.

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 21, 2010 9:39 pm 
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Huckabee just said that he will be on red eye tonight after he does the show with Greta.


Yuck, I hate that show. I know he is trying to reach a different audience, but they are always so crude and it seems like they always try to embarrass him with some kind of crudeness whenever he's on. I probably will watch it, but only the part with him on it.


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 21, 2010 9:42 pm 
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That's a show that reaches out to the David Letterman generation - an important demographic for our guy. While I also dislike the crudity, I find it more amusing than Letterman or any of the other late night hosses...


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QuoVadisAnima wrote:
That's a show that reaches out to the David Letterman generation - an important demographic for our guy. While I also dislike the crudity, I find it more amusing than Letterman or any of the other late night hosses...


I would compare it more to the Conan group and some of those other late-night newbies that I don't even know their names because I couldn't stand to watch them long enough to learn them. I will take Letterman and Leno any night over Conan or Red Eye. I still would prefer Carson over any of them, though. :D


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 21, 2010 11:39 pm 
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Just watched Mike on Greta. She treated him much nicer this time. I think she was just agitated with the topic last time.

Mike was very excited about the whole Brown victory - very happy. Two things that stood out were his comment about the daughter's being available - I believe Mike called it charming - and the fact that this was not only the beginning of the end of the Democratic majority, but the beginning of Obama being re-elected in 2012 :( - because now he will be forced to change his ways which will make him more pleasing to voters.


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I thought Mike did a great job in describing Scott Brown-he talked about how authentic and honest he was, great speaker, very likeable, etc.

Huckabee cautioned Republicans in their excitement saying that because this happened in MA, Obama will be forced to make a course correction which will result in Obama being reelected in 2012.

For me, it seems like it will all depend on Obama and Pelosi's egos. Yes I group Pelosi in there because it often times seems like she is running the show. So Obama has to do a real ego check in order for him to turn things around. And since he has never experienced any of this before, since he has such a short, do nothing resume, it will be hard for him to see the lesson he has to learn. Plus, can't you just see Michelle Obama, saying she is not proud of America right now and encouraging Obama to keep on keeping on.

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 22, 2010 12:09 am 
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Someone already put part of it up on youtube:


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 22, 2010 12:21 am 
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Here is a link to the media matters clip from the same interview with Huckabee talking about the tea parties:


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Campaigning on Fox? Huckabee declares tea party movement "most positive thing that I've seen in my lifetime in politics"
January 21, 2010 10:19 pm ET

From the January 21 edition of Fox News' On the Record:

http://mediamatters.org/mmtv/201001210053



??Anyone know how to embed media matters clips?

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 22, 2010 12:21 am 
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Just watched Mike on Greta. She treated him much nicer this time. I think she was just agitated with the topic last time.

Mike was very excited about the whole Brown victory - very happy. Two things that stood out were his comment about the daughter's being available - I believe Mike called it charming - and the fact that this was not only the beginning of the end of the Democratic majority, but the beginning of Obama being re-elected in 2012 :( - because now he will be forced to change his ways which will make him more pleasing to voters.


Not to worry this is SOP for Mike.

He did the same thing just after the election when he predicted Obama success then was "surprised" by his failures six months later. It puts you in a much better light then the Rush "I hope he fails" crowd, when he fails. Rush only wants to rally the "faithful" (politics of subtraction) where Huck wants to win over the disillusioned former Obama supporter (politics of addition). Rush is often perceptive but Huck is shrewd.

Mike is placing himself in the best position possible by this rhetoric whether he deeply believes it or is simply being "politic" (
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 22, 2010 12:39 am 
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Listen, it is common sense -- as Palin loves to say. If Obama continued down the route upon which he was rapidly advancing, he was gingerly throwing to the wind his reelection as he sought eternal greatness alla FDR. Now we shall see. He has clearly been stopped in his tracks -- at least momentarily -- and, when he resumes, it will necessarily be another route. To stop the bill meant we had to stop the aggression (via the 41st vote) -- and to stop the aggression we have somewhat haulted Obama from his reckless path.

Now there are far too many unknowns to declare whether or not Obama will be reelected.

Some things are fairly certain: If the economy rebounds, Obama gets a second term;

If the economy drags, he is most likely out the door.

The wide world between those two statuses is enormous -- Obama's attack on the banks in his populous quest can do much to thwart economic growth; Obama may yet attempt reconciliation or some other dubious maneuvers that will tie up in litigation any health care bill that is passed through 2012; his triple decker debt may well be too insurmountable for economic success to prevail; national security issues loom at every turn in the bend; and there are hosts of problems we have not yet envisioned.

But what Huckabee says is quite correct. If we have stopped the massive health bill in its track -- at least the worst form of it -- and every other oppressive form of democratically controlleld legislation, then we have not only helped ourserves but we have also halted Obama from the foolish path he was traversing -- and reeled him somewhat back to reality, all of which begins the process of reelection. Without it Obama did not stand a chance -- although it was a tough price for us to pay. We have defeated the devil, but have also given him a renewed opportunity to fly straight. That is to what Huckabee alludes.

Time will tell if Obama will succeed. Huckabee is wise -- and, as always, way ahead of the crowd. That's why I ssupport him.


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Here is Huckabee on Redeye. Huckabee starts at the 2:07 mark:



Here Huckabee comes in at the 1:50 and 5:05 mark:


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 23, 2010 4:10 am 
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I agree. Mike is very savvy. Right on about his perception.
However, I wonder if Obama is just too too far gone. FOX has been playing some post Brown election clips of Obama speaking to a (his) crowd. He calls it a set back or bump in the road or something like that but assures his people that he will keep 'fighting'. I think sometimes that he is utterly clueless. He keeps himself so surrounded by 'yes' people that he must really believe what he lies from the podium.

I think that is another great reason I like Mike. He will surround himself by people who are different and glean from them. Obama refuses to be surrounded by anyone but those who pander to him, boost his ego (as if it needed boosting) and tell him what he wants to hear. Every time I hear B.O. speak, I ask myself, does he really think people buy this rhetoric?

AND if someone else is pulling his strings, he may not be able to rein it in. If you believe the president is just a front man for a machine then you can imagine that this power hungry machine has gotten a taste of it and might think they can silence the American people (the tea partyers and grass rooters) and push through more socialist agenda.

I pray that Brown's election wasn't too little too early to appease and cause apathy for the electorate come next election in November and in 1012.


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I just watched Gov. Huckabee on Fox & Friends. Once again, another great job. It was a short segment. They talked about what Obama and Congress should do with healthcare and who will be on "Huckabee" this morning. No mention of the PPP poll. :(

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Did anyone else catch Huckabee saying, while on Cavuto, that he was going to have on Griffith to talk about him switching to Republican? If Huckabee does have him on, this could be quite the exclusive given the new foxnews headline:



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Rep. Parker Griffith switched parties, but now the Republicans in his district who question his loyalty don't want him, and are staging a mini-revolt to say so.

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 23, 2010 7:29 pm 
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I don't get it - why would they be bucking this guy's switch when he's already holding the office? Are they afraid they won't be able to get him out if need be? Is he a blue dog who has always leaned conservative but didn't like GOP's big business protectionism, for example (which would be a plausible switch, IMO), or the type who follows the most current poll numbers rather than anything resembling principles? Anyone know?


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