According to Real Clear Politics blog http://realclearpolitics.com, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, Sen. John "F--- You" McCain has the former Arkansas governor, the Rev. Mike Huckabee, on the top of his list for potential vice-presidential nominees.
This is not good news.
The Rev. Mike ran an abysmal campaign, basically made a fool of himself, and made his infamous Christmas television ad.
The Rev. Mike has no clue on domestic policy since he truly does advocate big, federal government and the so-called "fair tax".
The Rev. Mike is worse on foreign policy as he is not too far from the Obama position about "talking" with our enemies.
I hope that this is just a trial balloon put out there. If this is real, I think he is handing the presidency over to Sen. Barack.
Because the Rev. Mike has no base outside of the South. Even there, while he did finish first in several primaries, Sen. "F--- You" McCain was hot on his heels. By the infamous Super Duper Tuesday, it became appearant that Sen. "F--- You" McCain would be the GOP standard bearer, someone forgot to tell the Rev. Mike. He went on, in a foolish and childish way, until Sen.
"F--- You" McCain went over the top in delagates.
What Sen. "F--- You" McCain needs is someone that is not a loose cannon. He does that well all alone. The Rev. Mike just seemed way out of his league when pressed during debates on specific issues.
I am trying to be objective since I am a Romney supporter, but really, what does the Rev. Mike add to the ticket?
Not even Iowa, a fluke that doomed the Romney candidacy.
No, Sen. "F--- You" McCain should not even seriously promote the possibiltiy of a Rev. Mike vice-presidency.
While I favor Mitt Romney, I would be more inclined to see former Sen. Fred Thompson over the Rev. Mike. Mr. Thompson is a real conservative, like Mr. Romney, and has substance. I can not believe that the Rev. Mike was elected twice as governor of Arkansas, but they did let loose the Clintons on us.
No, go back to the drawing board Sen. "F--- You" McCain and look at someone who can help your candidacy. Not a clown looking to make a buck.