Monday, November 19, 2007

Norris Approved...

Shortly after he announced his campaign, I remember Fred Thompson saying he would run a non-traditional campaign. He's been pretty traditional in his tv ads. One of his opponents, Mike Huckabee, is not. Huckabee is airing his first ad in Iowa. It's definitely not a traditional ad. Unless, you call Chuck Norris traditional...

Huckabee's Iowa Campaign Manager Eric Woolson tells me you'll have to turn on cable to see this commercial live...Fox News, CNN, Hallmark, TNT, USA, Lifetime, and ESPN.

A tv pal tells me Huckabee does have a more traditional ad on faith on its way.




4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Huck and Chuck. Brilliant!

true conservative said...

Mike Huckabee commuted 669 sentences for convicted criminals.

Mike Huckabee commuted 11 sentences for convicted MURDERERS!

He advocted the release of a rapist, Wayne Drumond, who after his release killed an elderly female in a nearby state.

Mike Huckabbe is no conservative/
Chuck Nirris is no law enforcement officer.

Anonymous said...

Chuck Norris is a reactionary, right-wing evangelical Christian and probably doesn't believe in evolution. Thompson, Tancredo and Huckabee all scare me so much--how can they justify their xenophobic and irrational beliefs? Yikes.

Jennifer said...

The False Conservative = Huckabee

WASHINGTON -- Who would respond to criticism from the Club for Growth by calling the conservative, free-market campaign organization the "Club for Greed"? That sounds like Howard Dean, Dennis Kucinich or John Edwards, all Democrats preaching the class struggle. In fact, the rejoinder comes from Mike Huckabee, who has broken out of the pack of second-tier Republican presidential candidates to become a serious contender -- definitely in Iowa and perhaps nationally.



Huckabee is campaigning as a conservative, but serious Republicans know that he is a high-tax, protectionist, big-government advocate of a strong hand in the Oval Office directing the lives of Americans. Until now, they did not bother to expose the former governor of Arkansas as a false conservative because he seemed an underfunded, unknown nuisance candidate. Now that he has pulled even with Mitt Romney for the Iowa caucuses with the possibility of more progress, the......

http://www.townhall.com/columnists/RobertDNovak/2007/11/26/the_false_conservative