The EFM Feature

… he said that he liked Huckabee just fine, but that he needed to stick to preaching and get away from politics.
“The pulpit is the last place I’d want to see Huckabee,” I said, after he proved himself to be so gullible, vindictive, and disingenuous. (And let’s face it — plain bizarre at times.)
Well, the evidence of the former pastor’s class just keeps pouring in:

A new book making headlines this week quotes several of Romney’s rivals disparaging the ex-gov… none were worse than the criticism from ex-AR Gov. Mike Huckabee (R), who said he didn’t “think Romney has a soul,” according to “Game Change,” the new look at the ’08 campaign from journalists Mark Halperin and John Heilemann.

His constant “look-at-me-I’m-clever-and-important” tantrums just don’t age well. While I don’t think politics should be his occupation, I do think he was wise to step away from the pulpit.

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