Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Cop Killer

Former Governor Mike Huckabee today said the focus should not be on him and lashed out at those who have criticized him for for commuting the 108-year sentence of Maurice Clemmons, the now-deceased suspect in the murders of four Washington police officers last weekend. He did not say who should be blamed for making him commute the sentence in 2000 and set Clemmons free to kill. It wasn't the Prosecuting Attorney, who opposed it.

It was another colossal mistake in judgment by Huckabee, just like the 1997 release of Wayne Dumond, who went on to again rape and murder. During the 2008 campaign, Huckabee tried to downplay his role in turning Dumond loose, blaming it on his hand picked parole board and former Governor Jim Guy Tucker.

This time, Huckabee is telling us it was a failure of the criminal justice system. Yes, Clemmons would still be in prison if Governor Huckabee hadn't failed to use good judgment by letting him out. The guy never could take responsibility for his actions and own up to his mistakes.

Meanwhile, the Huckster is traveling across the south selling and signing his latest book. It is already on the New York Times best seller list.


  1. no buddy of the huckDecember 2, 2009 at 6:55 AM

    Ahh, yes, but another Governor/author gone rouge.

  2. If everybody were as square with Jesus as Mike Huckabee claims to be, we wouldn't have these problems.

    He has the profile; I wonder how long we'll have to wait for the boy-lust to come to light.

  3. .


    A Republican fondling boys (and girls!

    How dare you!

    In other news NOBODY keeps an eye on old Huck better than Max Brantley at the Ark Times/blog.

    Check it out.


  4. I was driving down the road the other day and was parrellel w/ the Huckster bus.....Had all that 'PR' and 'GREAT IMAGE SMEAR STUFF' all over da bus......spit'n distance actually! I just about took a 'loogy' shot but thot it wouldn't be proper lady like appeal.......now I wish I'd had!