Bye, Mike

Don’t let the door hit you in the ass on the way out:

This morning’s broadcast of the American Family Association’s “Today’s Issues” program was dedicated to promoting the AFA’s “A Time to Speak” documentary, which is aimed at getting pastors to mobilize their congregations to vote in the upcoming elections.

One guest on the program was Mike Huckabee, who began his interview by threatening to leave the Republican Party if the GOP does not take a stand against the Supreme Court’s decision yesterday not to hear appeals of lower court rulings striking down gay marriage bans in several states.

Incensed by the decision, Huckabee declared that “I am utterly exasperated with Republicans and the so-called leadership of the Republicans who have abdicated on this issue,” warning that by doing so the GOP will “guarantee they’re going to lose every election in the future.”

“Guarantee it,” he said before proclaiming that the Republicans are going to “lose guys like me and a whole bunch of still God-fearing, Bible-believing people” if the party does not stand and fight on the issues of gay marriage and abortion.”

One thought on “Bye, Mike

  1. Because Evangelical Christian Mike Huckleberry is bestest friends with Netanyahu and Israel, he might want to tell them to remain seated and quiet in this time of world turmoil. He should also tell them to rebuild Gaza pronto and give the Palestinians their own state ASAP. Mike Huckleberry would tell them that if he were the least bit interested in peace. But he wants Armageddon. So he’ll likely tell Israel to do none of that and instead turn the situation in the ME into the Christians (USA) and the Jews (Israel) against Islam (ISIS which is Hamas according to Netanyahu). “Yiiipee! we’re all gonna die.”

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