The Huckabee Show

 Posted by at 14:50  Politics, Republicans
Jul 222010
 

I have to admit that this bothers me just a little…

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KDFW is our local FOX affiliate, the same station that brings us “The Simpsons” and “Family Guy.” It is public broadcast television. It does not require a cable or satellite subscription.

KDFW, beginning next Monday, will be airing “The Huckabee Show” from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

It just seems to me that political talk shows, particularly extreme right wing political talk shows, should be restricted to the cable network — you know, FOX News. That’s what it’s there for, right? I mean, what’s next… Bill O’Reilly and Sean Hannity? All in all, though, I believe I am taking this rather well. Can you imagine how the Republicans would be screaming if KXAS, our local NBC affiliate, starting airing Keith Olbermann or Rachel Maddow?
 

  4 Responses to “The Huckabee Show”

  1. Do what I do. Send links to the customer service department like this one: http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&VideoID=22991280

    Huckabee is another Hope full shill.

    There are many here among us believing life not a joke.

  2. Isn’t there a rest from these poorly, or barely educated blowhards? These fundamentalist creatures with such a limited outlook? Give me a break!

  3. LOVE the new Huckabee Show!!! Look forward to sharing with MANY of my friends that appreciate a man of integrity. Blessings Big-Time
    Suzan Kenaston

  4. @ Suzan:
    Really? You enjoyed that? I had somebody record it for me and just finished watching it. I won’t make that mistake again. While I was thankful that it was not purely political in nature, there were some unmistakable… let’s call them “hints” (for lack of a better word). His insistence upon being called “Governor,” for example. There was also no doubt whatsoever of his religion.

    I don’t know if you’re old enough to recall the old Dinah Shore show, but that is what he reminded me of: a male version of Dinah Shore, but without the talent or entertainment value. Sorry, but it was just bad. Bad, bad, bad. I hope Mr. Huckabee is able to land a day job somewhere — far, far away from any television cameras. (I also hope, for his sake, that he is able to lose some of the weight. Again.)

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