In all, Mike Huckabee is probably a decent fellow - maybe even more than that. A lot of people other than the dittohead types who mainline Faux Noise seem to like him too. That's fine. I'm a nice guy. I would probably like him and aside from some weird little quirks I would go fishing with him - but from shore only so I could get away - but never in a boat where I would be trapped. Mike suffers from pundits disease. It is rarely fatal in the end of life sense although it does seem to cut careers off at the knees. It isn't hard to diagnose. The symptoms are slow to develop but generally are characterized by being in a position where you have to flap your mouth a lot, unscripted, and over time you run out of things to say. That's when the disease really sets in as not having anything concrete to talk about and yet filling in great spans of time with this "nothingness"...well that is the second stage.
When the disease turns terminal or to the end stage is when you think what you are saying to fill in this big stretches of time when "you got nothin'" is important. The epicenter of the epidemic is over at Faux Noise where on any given weeknight a few of those so afflicted put their "end stage" out there for all to see. The Huckster, since his onset was more acute and devastating is relegated to late night or 4am on Saturdays.
You big fat phoney.....well you might not be fat anymore but you are still a phoney.