Monday, October 22, 2007

Huckabee gets Roundhouse Kick of Approval

In an effort to secure the "aging B-list bearded action star/ home gym enthusiast/ internet punchline" demographic, former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee has picked up a key endorsement.

None other than Chuck Norris himself has come out in favor of the "compassionate conservative." He even compared the candidate to a Biblical King, NBC reports.

"Given Huckabee’s underdog status, Norris 'recalled another leader in ancient times that didn't match up in the line up: King David. Seven men were poised and paraded for the position of king, but David was left in the field shepherding because he wasn't ‘a front-runner in the polls.’ They overlooked the best because they were too busy judging by outward appearance. But God appointed David king.'

Norris also writes that Huckabee’s 'not afraid to stand up for a Creator and against secularist beliefs.'”

That makes sense, as Walker Texas Ranger was never afraid to take on drug smugglers, assassins and science teachers who taught evolution.

It's still unclear how this huge endorsement will impact the race, but I predict we'll soon see Governor Huckabee climbing the national polls and fundraising race. Now, if you'll excuse me, I have to go work my abs on my Total Gym, while watching my new Delta Force Collector's Editon DVD, and growing out my manly, red and grey flecked beard.

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