Huckabee wins West Virginia, Chuck Norris triumphs

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mike-huckabee.jpgAs previously posted, former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee took the crown in West Virginia‘s primary.

It’s fitting because here’s a guy who, noting his record couldn’t stretch long past an evangelical Christian base, went hard for the youth vote, despite a long history of conservative failings among younger voters. (Kevin Kelly was formerly chair of Philadelphia’s Young Republicans into his 40s wasn’t he!).

If you don’t know what I mean then you obviously haven’t seen Huckabee’s political affiliation to former U.S. President and star of Walker Texas Ranger Chuck Norris, continuing a long history of GOTV for youth making a politician seem… plainly unprofessional if not pleasantly hilarious.

Want to know where else “Team Huckabee” thinks the youth vote is? Check this video that his people are calling ‘Huckabee, The Youth Vote.’ Note early appearances by Norris and former U.S. Senator and professional wrestler Ric Flair.

Don’t worry, all that work isn’t for not. The group ‘Youth for Mike Huckabee’ has followed through like all young people. On the eve that will likely determine the future of Huckabee’s political career, they haven’t posted since 10:12 a.m. on Dec. 12, 2007. Move the young people!

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One Response to “Huckabee wins West Virginia, Chuck Norris triumphs”

  1. Maureen Says:

    Stephen Colbert, Jon Stewart and Conan O’Brien are cetainly spending a lot of time debating who “made Huckabee” on their shows. Sounds like this will do more for young people hearing about Huckabee than the “Youth for Mike Huckabee” group!

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