Huckabee on Election Aftermath
FNC’s Mike Huckabee on the Obama victory.
- Duration 7:49
- Date Nov 20, 2012
FNC’s Mike Huckabee on the Obama victory.
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And obviously has supported Romney about.
I just live your serious.
That I reprisals ought to go to almost like stop whining about why -- -- long.
Well you know I don't think it's helpful to him -- to the party.
To sort of second guess the voters.
In -- a famous -- line by Dick talked that I can't completely.
Accurately quote on television or radio four's best director Dick tuck was a -- back in the late sixties early seventies a political consultant.
And he said well the people -- spoken.
-- -- -- He remembered a line that's sort it out announced maybe you don't your memories fading quickly but you know -- it's a great line as necessary as a Baptist minister.
-- counseling that's counsel and I remind tell it's perfectly okay okay.
But you know I think sometimes you know you just have to suck it up and say you know I lost -- -- -- guy got more votes it was a tight election everybody talks about this is some big deal.
Fact is is a very close election electorally it was big.
Obama won big.
Popular vote pretty doggone close but the Republicans are gonna have to sell their message to middle class voters and we're not doing that very well.
But we're not talking to the folks who come home bone tired from lifted heavy things and those are the people who really -- the core of the Republican Party.
And we can't afford to lose them and we do lose the -- we talk about.
You know people who get earned income credit.
Our people have.
You know that the child abduction.
As somehow being free orders and are freeloaders that your policies that we help create now that held bill families -- turn bad things.
I found it amusing that.
All of some people have described.
The people who voted for Obama and hailed them as people are -- -- free stuff.
Paul what jobs are one thing -- maybe there was there's always a few people like -- but overwhelmingly I don't.
-- -- do you know I don't in fact you know I take issue and I've been beaten up on my own FaceBook page -- I've said things like.
People who report don't want to be poor people who are on welfare would rather be off welfare.
Now -- fact is they may have resigned themselves -- thinking that's the only life they're gonna have.
But if you can help those people understand there's hope and there's an opportunity for them to pick their own -- rather than the government given a block that the government wants and a half.
Of course they'd rather have.
The choice of their own.
Food on the table and and live where they wanna live in rather than in a section eight housing apartment that's -- -- that they'll never owned.
It's nonsense to say that people are in poverty because they like it.
And you know having grown up at that end -- the economic spectrum.
-- resented it when people act like that those who are struggling in joy and -- sitting around hoping for more government free stuff.
Don't remain permitted somebody to come along -- provided -- some hope and change.
He had that be great idea what I'm amendment -- -- campaign they now run next time it's opened change I can see it now poster with its.
And it is such sentiment is still there is -- board members argue -- donor.
-- -- -- -- -- showed on.
You're you're sure it is going great -- don't.
I really do about talking overall -- Rivera yeah rebuttal on -- short down Veronica yes real good I don't -- But he said he wasn't to -- lightened up utterly.
Of but -- and you have to go to work every day yet on social.
It's of -- I mean you're not -- to tell you but I can tell.
People listening that it's a grueling experience its very time intensive both what I love about it is she can take a topic -- -- -- in depth.
Television is three minutes and -- three minutes and move radio is three hours in you can camp -- and take something if you really want -- market.
And if you don't like -- you can move on and it's it's very flexible.
The genius in beauty of radio has always been.
The immediacy of it the flexibility in the fluidity and and that's what I'm -- -- but we're over 200 affiliates now and -- borrowing and and you know if it's been fun -- -- on now I'm on noon to 3 eastern.
So it's you know right to know they -- -- quiet up as early as are all the but I'm still get them for thirty or five certain show -- and you know planning what I'm gonna do.
Bottom of the talk about what on steal from you laughter I've got a plan.
Because I can.
In -- And not.
If you didn't help -- we're just sort of -- and probably -- -- I I I only sleep about four hours and and yeah it it's occurs have been that was since I was fourteen.
And so I don't get a lot of sleep and I just measure to get up.
You know on my door and our neutral -- stump before.
You don't remember it.
Of course not OK and hurts battle on us because I don't Alter our -- -- Fred unlikely we will invite you on the program volcanic.
But on -- you -- from your home right yeah and a studio in my home every Friday alone on this story -- this show in New York.
-- and appears to -- you know fox and do the television show.
But you know most days in on my commute to work is about as far -- from neither one of the cameras over here which is pretty doggone -- Actually a -- -- not a juror ouster of current.
I still like you don't talk I'd like to -- of the Citadel like -- -- thought well I would like that but you know nobody will.
The in my presence that's the part of the problem that that -- wanna hang out with me -- -- -- only wanna do it electronically.
You're -- to bring last.
No I haven't.
This guy's got a hold on okay because it is -- -- -- former secretary undersecretary of defense.
And Wright amendment cherishing.
All Marine Corps garden.
Who was in Vietnam and and or zip Fallujah burning her intention was broadening.
On no probably.
About -- one Boeing might have.
He might have been brought -- Tom was in there.
No that was -- Fallujah was up.
Iraq right generalist or try to use in Vietnam serving their relative troops in Iraq visited them -- have fascinating guy he's.
Had told tough tough bird and a piece -- asking.
If you -- to presently being truthful about his explanation.
The Gaza him who's you know.
It didn't dance around him but he sort of suggested that he didn't think it was what -- you.
I think we've been lied to and I think -- the biggest cover -- since Watergate doing to present I don't know now that that I can't go there because I don't know whether.
The information went all the way to him and back down the chain and I just know that within the government we relied too it wasn't just a mistake it wasn't just.
-- will we didn't have the full picture and they lied to us and we know they lied to us because of the under oath testimony.
That show that they knew within 24 hours this was a terrorist attack they knew and real time what was going on.
And yet for seventeen days they continue to try out this ridiculous story that -- it's about a YouTube video and some guy in California and that that's -- and wash it just doesn't work.
All right now the final question about thirty seconds we have Chandler and Scarlett closer on underground right or that I -- Where else you know -- and just yeah.
It is just see if you're awake I'm just checking -- volume are you drinking no.
You're gonna -- -- -- -- tougher than dark coffee market and it -- California have more grandchildren yes there's still expect to book -- -- well want to -- Aspect albinos on the phone.
And in my heart of real lot more reasonable than.
Maybe you thought but anyway I talked -- and they thought I was memories stirred Chandler durst all of your grandfather's thoughts.
Always there -- great idea on -- -- Things that matter most of you and art are gonna run all others who is using those who ends up -- -- thank you -- thank you and I go Mike Huckabee.