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Monday, December 10, 2007

I smell Leadership

My Prayer Warriors have expressed their doubts about the fitness of Mike Huckabee to lead Our Christian Nation, and I can understand their uncertainty. His diabolical plot to impose World Communism could have put him on more t-shirts in Berkeley than Che Guevara, and had he been more on the ball, he could have bashed Valerie Plame for all that bad intelligence she put in the NIE in between games of computer solitaire at her desk. All those doubts can be cast aside, though, when you take into account the deeply Christian worldview that informs his dealings with those disgusting faggots:
GOP presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee said Sunday he won't run from his statement 15 years ago that AIDS patients should have been isolated.

Huckabee acknowledged the prevailing scientific view then, and since, that the virus that causes AIDS is not spread through casual contact, but said that was not certain. He cited revelations in 1991 that a dentist had infected a patient in an extraordinary case that highlighted the risk of infection through contact with blood or bodily fluids.

"I still believe this today," he said in a broadcast interview, that "we were acting more out of political correctness" in responding to the AIDS crisis. "I don't run from it, I don't recant it," he said of his position in 1992. Yet he said he would state his view differently in retrospect.
A very sensible stance. Not only is HIV spread through casual contact, but so is homosexuality. Had it not been permitted to spread like wildfire for the past 20 years, Rosie O'Donnell would be a happily married gym teacher and the late 90's boy-band resurgence would never have happened.

Obviously he's being mau-maued by radical homosexual activists with their usual cries of hydrophobia, so Mr. Huckabee has taken the high road and classily apologized to them for the fact that they have to be so gay and stupid:
In an interview on "Fox News Sunday," the former Arkansas governor denied those words were a call to quarantine the AIDS population, although he did not explain how else isolation would be achieved. "I didn't say we should quarantine," he said. The idea was not to "lock people up."

Huckabee stated his 1992 positions in an AP questionnaire in which he also called homosexuality "an aberrant, unnatural, and sinful lifestyle."
And there you have it. I haven't decided which candidate I am going to endorse (I keep hoping they'll exhume Reagan's corpse & enter him in time for the California primary), but Mr. Huckabee is showing himself to be a worthy heir to the Republican throne. Praise Him!

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