How long do you think it will take for race obsessed liberals, in their lust for a return to their coming of age decade of the 1960's, to start kvetching over how this bad taste humor is something much more ominous than a "botched joke?" It didn't take Huckabee long to figure it out:
Meanwhile, John McCain, who hasn't always followed the NRA party line, made it clear to his pro-gun audience that he's their best protection against Hillary or Barack:
Republican Mike Huckabee responded to an offstage noise during his speech to the National Rifle Association by suggesting it was Barack Obama diving to the floor because someone had aimed a gun at him.
Late Friday, Huckabee apologized: "I made an offhand remark that was in no way intended to offend or disparage Senator Obama."
"If either Senator Clinton or Senator Obama is elected president, the rights of law-abiding gun owners will be at risk, my friends, and have no doubt about it," he said at an NRA convention in Louisville, Ky.McCain isn't expected to get a nomination out of the group according to some insiders.