Huckabee Identifies Cause of School Shooting

What caused the horrific school shooting in Connecticut?

Mike Huckabee, who was actually the former governor of Arkansas, has the answer.   Huckabee went on FoxNews to share his wisdom with the world.

It’s birth control, which Huckabee calls “abortion pills.” Ninety-eight percent of women will use birth control  at some point in their lives.

Huckabee also claims lawsuits to remove Christmas decorations are to blame.

“Well the predictable left lit up the airwaves and blogosphere with a violent vicious reaction and jumped to the conclusion that I said if we had prayer in school the shooting would not have happened.

Well I said nothing of the sort.  It’s far more than just taking prayer or bible reading out of the schools. It’s the fact that people sue the city if they are confronted with a manger scene or a Christmas carol–that lawsuits are filed to remove a cross that’s a memorial to fallen soldiers.

Churches and Christian businesses are told the surrender their values under the edict of government orders to provide tax funded abortion pills.”



10 Comments on "Huckabee Identifies Cause of School Shooting"

  1. Larry Kralj, Environmental Rangers | December 18, 2012 8:02 AM at 8:02 AM |

    He could have been president! And, of course, our nutless, compliant, servile press would have extolled his legitimacy too! You see, when the world is insane, one would THINK that the press had a responsibility to do it’s duty. But alas, no.

  2. I think it was discovered long ago that intelligent life is not found on planet Huckabee. This “defense” of his previous rant is preposterous.

  3. *sigh* It never ends with these people. Huckabee’s no different than Robertson, Graham, or Falwell. They’re all charlatans exploiting tragedy to push a bigoted, hateful, misogynistic agenda.

  4. I should have included Rev. Huckabee’s comments on my post on over reacting to Sandy Hook at

  5. They will say ANYTHING to keep people from realizing the real problem

    “Wages were so low that often whole families were forced to work at different factories just to obtain the necessities of life. Though the oft-cited mantra of “morality and family values” may have been in the mouths of clergy, politicians, and middle/upper class Americans, it remained an unattainable dream for poor families who were forced to choose long hours at work in order to have food and shelter over spending quality time with one another.”

    The poem “My Boy,” written by a pants presser named Morris Rosenfeld, is particularly heart breaking in this regard:

    “I have a little boy at home,

    A pretty little son;

    I think sometimes the world is mine

    In him, my only one.

    ‘Ere dawn my labor drives me forth;

    Tis night when I am free;

    A stranger am I to my child;

    And stranger my child to me.”

  6. Larry Kralj, Environmental Rangers | December 18, 2012 8:17 PM at 8:17 PM |

    What the….?????? May be time to brand some OIL tycoon ass! I’m all for it!

    I hope the the guv brings the BULL brand! He’s gonna need it!

  7. I don’t understand why Huckster-Be continues to be a shill, a barker and a stooge for the very people who defecated all over him the last time he ran in a Repulsive-One presidential primary. He likes to rock the house at fundraisers for “Christian” schools. I have a suggestion for him, an Aerosmith song called “Big Ten Inch”. A one-ah, a two-ah….

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