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In Israel, Mike Huckabee Criticizes Egyptian Uprising, US Government

Of course he did. Because being a Republican candidate for president in 2011 means you have to take the Likud position on everything.

“[T]he events of the past few days in Egypt have created a very tenuous situation, not just for Egypt, not just for the Middle East, but for the entire world, and the destabilization of that nation has the potential of cascading across the globe.”

Not very freedom agenda-y.

And after that ringing endorsement of reform in Egypt, Huckleberry took this swipe at his own country.

I cannot imagine as an American being told that I could not live in certain places in America because I was Christian, or because I was white, or because I spoke English. I would be outraged if someone told me that in my country, I would be prohibited and forbidden to live in a part of that country, for any reason,” said Huckabee.

So much for not criticizing America on foreign soil!

Just to give you a sense of how radical Huck’s position is, every American president since Lyndon Johnson has opposed Israeli settlements. Every one. Including the Commander Guy.

And as an aside, it’s nice to see that Huck took Jon “Obama rapes this nation” Voight along for the ride.

That’s who these people are.

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