Watch Mike Huckabee and Jon Stewart Argue About Beyonce

20 Jan 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Hey, Mike Huckabee… Shut Up About Beyoncé And Black Women’s Sexuality.

Huckabee, who lives in the Florida panhandle, will appear in Fort Myers and Sarasota on Jan. 31. Former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee went on “The Daily Show” to discuss his “very likely” 2016 presidential bid — and his new book, which conveniently signposts the constituency he thinks he has the biggest primary advantage with, “God, Guns, Grits, and Gravy.” Stewart also gave Huckabee some career advice, telling him that leaving Fox News was a “terrible, terrible mistake.” Huckabee said he thought that simply because he lived in “Bubbleville,” not “Bubbaville.” “Young girls want to be like her,” Huckabee said. “Do you know any parent who has a daughter who says, ‘Honey, if you make really good grades, someday, when you’re 12 or 13, we’ll get you your own stripper pole.’ I mean, come on, Jon, we don’t do that in our culture.” People like Republican politician Mike Huckabee remind me of the personal pitfalls one endures when they lead a life in which they think sex works best in missionary and with a marriage license for the sole purpose of procreation. Mike Huckabee said Tuesday that compared to his 2008 White House run, this time would be different in that he’s had people for a number of months come to him and say they’d be willing to write him a check. “I have an internal number, but it’s not something I really want to share,” the potential 2016 contender said on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.” “You know, one thing about running for president before — you learn a few things so you’re better prepared, and one thing you learn is don’t tell everything you know.” As opposed to some other potential GOP contenders, Mr.

However, Huckabee has a long history of telling others what they should and should not be doing — most notably, women who dare to take ownership of their sexuality. Huckabee highlights various subjects including the erosion of public education, government intrusion on personal freedoms, and religion and its changing place in American life. Huckabee addresses today’s divided nation, drawing from his travels as a presidential candidate, to present average, small-town Americans and their optimistic resilience in the face of hard times. Huckabee said it would be for the voters to decide. “I don’t think it should be that he is automatically the frontrunner because his name is Bush, but you know what?

In it, Huckabee slams Beyoncé for her “obnoxious and toxic mental poison in the form of song lyrics,” and though he says she’s a “terrific dancer,” he suggests that some of her choreography is “best left for the privacy of her bedroom.” People with no rhythm are such a nasty bunch. Last month, Duke bashed Minaj’s purported “disgusting and horrific and violent and drug-drenched” music: “Why do people blame blacks like Minaj? Because Minaj wouldn’t be a pimple on somebody’s rear end except for the fact that she is promoted by the Jewish record producers and the media, the mass media, the powerful media, that promotes absolute degenerates like her.” Huckabee’s phrasing may be less pointed than Duke’s, but they are both operating from the space of white patriarchy and dubious interpretations of Christian dogma to belittle Black women for freely expressing their sexuality. They both do so under the pretense of concern, though they’re more so alarmed that now more than ever, women are out of their ideas of how they should express themselves.

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