Before NRA, Mike Huckabee jokes about someone aiming gun at Barack Obama and him diving to the floor

May 16, 2008
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Obama girl, Hillary guy, … Huckabee girl? + Hillary girl?

February 5, 2008

Huckabee girl

First, there was Obama girl. Then, Hillary guy. Now, there’s a Huckabee girl, and also a Hillary girl, although both are more tongue-in-cheek.

Hillary girl


Huckabee backs GodTube

January 29, 2008

News:  Mike Huckabee (a pastor himself) has posted a video on GodTube — the Christian video sharing site — backing the site.  He states:

Well, the reason GodTube is an important part of the election process is because this myth that Christians ought to keep to themselves in the church, and never get outside — that’s like saying, let’s never let the salt get onto things that are spoiling. Let’s never let the light actually show up in a dark places to illuminate the path.

That’s the craziest thing I’ve ever heard. The whole point of being a Christian is to penetrate the darkness, is to preserve the things that are spoiling, and I don’t know of anything more spoiled, more decadent, than politics.

So if there’s ever a place where there ought to be a concentration of Christian activity and involvement, I’d say it’s in politics and government.

So GodTube is helping to be that bridge to get people from the world of the spiritual into the mission field of politics.”

Analysis: Smart move for Mike.


The Utube Blog study: Ron Paul still rules YouTube, but Huckabee makes a surge

January 9, 2008

The Utube Blog study on Presidential Candidate Videos on YouTube–click to download

News: You can download from the link above my latest report on the use of videos on YouTube by the presidential candidates. The study was completed before the New Hampshire primary.

Analysis: Here are my 3 key findings:

(1) Republican candidate Ron Paul continues to be, by a wide margin, the most popular candidate on YouTube, in terms of the average number of views per video (105,908 views per video) and the number of subscribers to his YouTube channel (42,858). He also has the most total views (9,320,763) on YouTube for any presidential candidate (although he does not have the most viewed single video on YouTube—Mike Huckabee does).

(2) Republican candidate Mike Huckabee has experienced a dramatic growth in the popularity of his videos during November and December 2007. He jumped from close to the worst in average number of views in October 2007 to the second most views per video by January 4, 2008, with 27,818 views per video. Most impressive of all is the fact that Huckabee is the first candidate with a video that has generated over 1 million views on YouTube.

(3) Finally, as the primary season has begun, the candidates’ YouTube videos have seen a huge increase in the number of views than in previous months.


Romney attacks Huckabee as soft on crime

December 18, 2007

Is there a subliminal cross in Huckabee’s Christmas video on YouTube?

December 18, 2007

News:   Mke Hucakabee just posted his latest YouTube video.  It’s a Christmas message.  Some cable news channel indicated that there’s a subliminal cross in the background next to the tree.  You be the judge.


Romney attack ad on Huckabee

December 11, 2007