Thursday, October 30, 2008

Program Your DVRs Now

Mike Huckabee's talk show will feature as a guest (among others) Bill Maher!


Your predictions please:

  1. It will be a loser-leave-town cage match: All heat and no light.
  2. Huckabee will wuss out and dodge any conflict with Maher over religion because Huckabee's truly a liberal softy at heart.
  3. Maher will wuss out and pretend that he's really not trying to insult people like Huckabee…just the "religious wackos."
  4. Maher will trounce Huckabee, who's really more politician than preacher and doesn't know enough religion and philosophy to hold his own against Maher.
  5. Huckabee will mop the floor with Maher, who is, after all, nothing more than the modern equivalent of a court jester.
  6. When Huckabee and Maher shake hands—actually touch—then…well…Try to imagine all life as you know it stopping instantaneously and every molecule in your body exploding at the speed of light. :-)

Coming your way Saturday at 7:00 PM CDT on Fox News Channel.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...


First to Comment!

Huckabee will do great. He is very good on TV. Very pastoral. Will not lose his cool. Will do better than average in examining Maher and responding to him.

Maher will not lose his cool either, but will say some things that are very combative. Huckabee won't take the bait, but won't really clean Maher's clock intellectually either.

I actually think that from time to time Bill Maher says some good things. I used to watch his show. Some of the people whom he enjoyed having on included Ann Coulter and G. Gordon Liddy. He disagreed with these people, but appreciated their candor. I think he will do the same with Huckabee, even though I think Huckabeee would be more apt to be a people pleaser than Coulter or Liddy.

Huckabee is friendly and made for TV, even though he is not really good looking. He is well equipped enough not to get run over.

I like Huckabee. Just think he should stay on TV. He could make a very good contribution on TV.

If he wants to continue in politics, he might become a U.S. Senator from Arkansas. I might vote for him in a few years with more national exposure so I could really see how he performs in that spot. But for now, he reminds me of a pastor and comes across that way.