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Screening the Candidates for their UFO-Worthiness

Curtains for a bad idea

By Billy Cox
De Void

     With the upcoming “Koch summit” in Palm Springs signaling the beginning of the 2016 presidential campaign, De Void will now begin screening the candidates for their UFO-worthiness. We begin with God, Guns, Grits and Gravy author Mike Huckabee, and a 2007 clip on his plans to simply wish UFOs away. Fast-forward to the 8:10 mark at the end:

Beaucoup points for candor, man. Unfortunately, the affable erstwhile Arkansas governor didn’t receive an invitation to audition for Koch money this weekend, perhaps because he’s perceived as wobbly on defense. Consider this vintage snippet from when he occupied the chief executive’s office in Little Rock. Under Huckabee’s leadership, if confronted by marauding beamships, Uncle Sam would fold like a cheap suit. Monaco put up a better fight against Mussolini. And did the dude really say he’d actually work with Democrats?:

“Liquid paper”? OK, this experiment is more depressing than I thought. Bad idea — I’m pulling the plug NOW.

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