Tuesday, December 1, 2009


End Of Huckabee's Career

A man with an extensive criminal past — including a lengthy prison sentence commuted by former Republican wannabe presidential nominee Mike Huckabee nearly a decade ago — was being sought Sunday in a deadly ambush on four police officers who were gunned down inside a coffee shop.

In 1989, Clemmons, then 17, was convicted in Little Rock for aggravated robbery. He was paroled in 2000 after Huckabee commuted Clemmons' 95-year prison sentence. Huckabee was criticized during his run for the Republican presidential nomination in 2008 for granting many clemencies and commutations.

Former Arkansas Republican Governor and current host of the Fox News Channel talk show "Huckabee" says that if he would of known that Maurice Clemmons, 37, was going to gun down four police officers in Washington State that he would not of pardoned him 10 years ago when he was Arkansas governor.

Really. You wouldn't? Well that is big of you to admit that.

The new America, just say you are sorry and then it is OK.

So, Mr. Huckabee, your actions have resulted in the deaths of three policemen, one policewoman and now in the death of the man you pardoned.

Maybe you would like to say that you are sorry again...

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