Monday, June 27, 2011

Will Thaddeus McCotter run in 2012? Huckabee interviews him to find out.

Mike Huckabee interviews Michigan Republican Congressman Thaddeus McCotter on the Huckabee Show.



They both play a mean guitar:

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

To my mind, the position Huck takes on TARP is one of the top reasons he is not POTUS material. It is an entirely politically convenient position, and has nothing to do with reality. Nor do I believe Huck would have voted against TARP if he had been in congress, or were president. Everything in his record shows he would have indeed voted to prevent sure disaster.

Someone tell him that we were in absolute danger of a complete meltdown of the banking system. There was simply no choice.

-Martha

Anonymous said...

Well, why not, Thadeous? Fall in line with the others at 1% or less. I mean, come on, there's attention/free travel/face time to be had! Not a moment to waste!

-Martha

Revolution 2012 said...

Last Michigan poll taken the other day:

GOP Nomination:

Mitt Romney 28.7%
Sarah Palin 5.8%
Michele Bachmann 4.5%
Tim Pawlenty 2.8%
Newt Gingrich 1.8%
Thaddeus McCotter 1.7%
Undecided 28%
None 6%

http://www.rightspeak.net/2011/06/denno-research-poll-romney-far-ahead-in.html

Anonymous said...

Who?

Massachusetts Conservative said...

McCotter is a Goddamn liberal.

He spent the whole day attacking Mitt's opposition to the auto bailouts when Mitt visited Michigan.

McCotter is the pro-UAW crony bailout candidate. His only goal is to attack Mitt and cause him to lose Michigan. Too bad McCotter doesn't realize he will flame out of the race in short order.

And then I will say "GOOD RIDDANCE."

I hate him.

ConMan said...

Huckabee's getting a little desperate in the guests area.

I'm sure he hopes the union ass kisser gets in the race hoping he'll steal votes away from ROMNEY as a favorite son.

That ppp poll say's it all.

Anonymous said...

These two hicks can keep playing their banjos as long as they keep it far away from the white house