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Mike's Commandments


Taking a break from coding, I did this. I surprise myself with how much I dislike/distrust this guy.


Tags: politics
by Brett Rogers, 12/16/2007 12:56:36 AM


O.M.G. Or should I say O.M.H? LOL. This has to be shared. I give this the thumbs up for best graphic of the year. LOLOLOLOLOLOL.

"Though shalt love thy illegal neighbor as thyself." You are killing me here. LOL.



Posted by Pale Rider, 12/16/2007 10:15:57 AM

I came close to putting "Thou shalt parole murderers," but decided against it. Too crowded.



Posted by Brett Rogers (, 12/16/2007 10:26:14 AM

Fantastic! My wife and I had a good chuckle. Good one, Brett!



Posted by Chris, 12/16/2007 12:32:22 PM

He sure does like paroling felons doesn't he? I was reading yesterday about a repeat DWI offender that he pardoned without giving a reason.

I really question if he is this popular or if it is just the media. After the 2004 elections, I don't put much stock in poll results.



Posted by Pale Rider, 12/17/2007 8:55:55 AM

Huckabee has a lot of supporters here in Iowa. The Christian voters are all ga-ga over him.

It wouldn't be so bad if he weren't simply so unelectable. He's the gift that keeps on giving for the Democrats. Between sermons he won't release that will eventually surface to his irreconcilable pardons to his love of playing pastor/savior to all mankind via the government, the guy is a nightmare for the Republicans.

But he's such a good Christian man, don't you know...



Posted by Brett Rogers (, 12/17/2007 9:11:10 AM

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