Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Hardcore Huckabee.

U.S Presidential candidate Mike Huckabee mat not have the glam & glitz nor the celebrity endorsements (Chuck Norris is not a celebrity) but what he lacks in Hollywood and foreign affairs quotient, he makes up for in pure guts (which may also be camouflaged naïveté.). His latest ad campaign is simple but I predict he will gain legions of fans with it.
Who would have thought wishing a Merry Christmas would be considered daring?

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

So do you agree with the commercial?

Martine | Le Groupe Milagro said...

It's not that I agree with the commercial is that at least, I know what Huckabee is thinking, what he stands for. With all this politcal correctness, many of the politicians sound the same until you get them into office and they blinside you with positions that are impossible to defend. In my opinion, Huckabee is a dangerous conservative. Dangerous because he has been able to dissimulate how conservative he is which has fooled more than one future voter.

Anonymous said...

In the name of Jesus Christ? God bless? Fine. To each is own but I just don't believe him. He sounds like he said, no let's do this over TAKE #104!

Politics & Religion just don't mix. Well this one...too much religion not enough politics...God, I need a drink. Now there is a balance in that thought. Just kidding. Sex\love and politics now we can talk. At least Sarko is not in the business of hiding his "personal agenda". Ok you writer me reader. Martiiiine please your thoughts ..I just listened to Christiane Charette interviewing the head editor of Paris Match.

Martine | Le Groupe Milagro said...
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Martine | Le Groupe Milagro said...

Yes, I heard Christiane Charette this morning. Geez, it's as if she were interviewing the guy who cured polio. Paris Match, c'est Paris Match and so it doesn't bother me that they are going bezerk with that story (nota bene: the Editor is an old chum of Sarkozy). What bothers me, is seeing a publication like L'Express going crazy as well. Now, I wait (in fear) for the next Monde Diplo. Can't wait to see if they'll crack under pop-cultural pressure.