That aside, we're starting to think that going to TheDC is straight-up nut-picking; we figure most of the typists there were discovered drooling in the comments on reactionary sites or trolling the leftish blogosphere. (Also Mickey Kaus.)
Because one of the ninnies typing there believes, post-Huckabee
... in some ways you know the Obama camp must be thrilled at the prospect of not having to send the incumbent into a general election debate against the much smarter wit of the governor.That's right, the (former, ex-, one-time) governor of Arkansas has a "much smarter wit" (Usage, anyone?) than President Obama. Really, one can't type anything beyond "really?" Because, among many other reasons:
Oh no, too late (Can't say we didn't warn you though.):"Making the pussy purr." (2:25) Nice, Huck.In an introductory letter posted on the website, Huckabee explains further.
"Many of our schools and teachers today haven't found ways to make history for kids fun," he writes. "Instead, they're teaching with political bias that distorts facts for the sake of political correctness. As a result, our national pride and patriotism are in jeopardy."
The site lists four experts on its "Council of Masters" as having designed the lessons, including Dr. Larry Schweikart, the author of A Patriot's History of the United States, also known as one of Glenn Beck's favorite history books.
Huckabee has a long history with the conservative historical point of view. Back in April, Jon Stewart grilled Huckabee about his support for David Barton, a historian best known for saying that history curricula ignore the Christian foundation of the United States.