Thursday, December 06, 2007

Quotable Quoate
Mike Huckabee

Presidential Candidate Mike Huckabee blew through Greensboro this afternoon to pick up a few checks to finance his campaign effort.

I met him at the door, camera, reporter and gaggle in tow.



The smooth talking Arkansas Governor threw out quotes and quips left and right and sometimes up and down but during his 15 minutes of Greensboro fame he left us with this little beauty that, if not for a writer's strike, would be great late nighte fodder I'm sure.

Huckabee said, "The reason that we're so afraid of Iran is because they've got enough oil money to build a reactor. Do you think they could build a reactor if all they had to sell was rugs? I don't think so. So because of our deopendence upon their oid and the saudi's oil we find ourselves once again scared to death of what they can do with the money that guess where they got it... from us."

2 comments:

The Camping Machine by The Family Man said...

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Duff said...

Hey now, those fancy rugs are expensive. It wouldn't surprise me if they were able to build a reactor strictly from rug revenue.

That damn writer's strike needs to come to an end, I have to get my fix off of recycled Alberto Gonzales jokes, damnit!