Tuesday, November 20, 2007

The case for Huckabee grows


First it was Chuck Norris, then "sweaty" Teddy Nugent, now, none other than multiple-time NWA, WWF,WWE champion, "Nature boy" Ric Flair offers his endorsement to presidential candidate Mike Huckabee:


"It's a tremendous honor to offer my support to such an outstanding leader as Mike Huckabee," Flair said in a statement issued by the former Arkansas governor's campaign.


"His authentic conservative qualifications and level of executive leadership experience are unmatched by his opponents."


"And like I always say, to be the man, you've got to beat the man and Mike Huckabee is the man. Whoooooooo!"


Who's next to jump on the Huckabee bandwagon, Mr. T?

7 comments:

GUNNY said...

I'm thinking if you can get the 4 Horsemen together, you've really got that Huck steamrolling.

As it is, I'll take Fred & Hulk Hogan up against the 16 time champion & Huck.

I'm not sure Hogan's declared yet, but that would be an interesting tag team match up. Amen?

If we could get the American Dream out of retirement to endorse Rudy we could have a sweet battle royale!

Hough said...

Woooooo!!!!! Does this mean Brett Hart is going to support Clinton?

Frontier Forest said...

Isn’t interesting how the media is hyping Romney and Giuliana as the front runners and almost nothing is being lauded about the man I hope to see guiding us. My man is Huckabee?
Here are some other interesting and colorful characters running on the Republican ticket that I bet you have never heard of: Virginia Algar, a substitute teacher from Florida, then there is guy who thinks he is "Saint Michael Jesus the Archangel" (note: formerly named Philip Silva until he legally adopted the Archangel moniker in 1996, From New Mexico, George Bailey, an ordained minister, retired classroom teacher, From Utah, Edward Buck describes his campaign as the "Common Man President," the man who doesn’t know how to spell his name from Georgia, Allen Bunch (as he spelled his name on the FEC paperwork) also oddly refers to himself as "Alan" and "Alen" on his campaign website, Hugh Cort, a psychiatrist, fundamentalist Christian from Alabama, the wealthy attorney from Illinois, John Cox, from our own fair state, Kansas, Susan Ducey is a registered nurse and volunteer sign language interpreter, from North Carolina, the electronics manufacturer and Vietnam War veteran, Dan Gilbert, from New Hampshire, there is Bob Haines, a self-proclaimed "adopted Texan" who campaigns in a ten gallon cowboy hat, then we have from the Blue State of Ohio, Millie Howard. She previously ran for President in the 1992, 1996, 2000 and 2004 primaries. She is a medical office receptionist, from Virginia, Jerry Johnson, a retired construction contractor, from Georgia again we have Donnie Kennedy, a longtime activist in the "Southern Heritage" movement, from California, Dr. Mark Klein, a psychiatrist who bills himself as "The National Shrink", another Virginian, William Koenig, who is a former commercial real estate broker, from California, operating his own home-based ministry, Evangelical pastor Philip "John" Kok (pronounced "Coke") -- also known as "JP”. Believe it or not, there are 14 others shooting for the moon.

AJF said...

Hough- Bret Hart is Canadian.

Hough said...

Yeah, but Bret Hart was the rival of Flair at one point.

Mark Davis said...

In this context, I think the Canadian factor is a plus. If a few more Canadian wrestlers, like Ivan Kohloff and Abdullah the Butcher, threw their weight behind Huckabee, there would be no stopping him.ftkysfr

AJF said...

Abdullah is Canadian? Who knew? I thought he was from the Sudan.