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Huckabee: Health Care Law Means Employees Will Be Told "Keep Your Job Or Keep Obama ... One Of You Has Got To Go"

June 29, 2012 7:00 pm ET

From the June 29 edition of Fox News' Your World with Neil Cavuto:

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Previously:

An Hour-Long Right-Wing Media Freak-Out Over Health Care Reform Ruling

Limbaugh Likens Supreme Court's Health Care Decision To The Police "Assisting Criminals In Breaking Into My Property"

Fox's Doocy On Health Care Ruling: "What Is This, Russia?" 

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    • Author by ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© (June 29, 2012 7:02 pm ET)
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      How about sticking to stuff you know, Huck.
      ~
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      • Author by MsYellowDog (June 29, 2012 9:15 pm ET)
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        That would render Huckabee speechless,since he doesn't know anything.
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        • Author by grmce (June 30, 2012 5:55 am ET)
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          An excellent outcome! Huckster is an unmitigated liar, an oleaginous sociopath and a credible example of the anti-Christ.

          Everything about him is the opposite of what he attempts to project.
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      • Author by mary59 (June 29, 2012 9:19 pm ET)
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        I have many questions to ask the Huckster--what did he do with the skin & bones? Did he have a special fillet knife in his li'l ole dormitory? & how great did popcorn taste after frying squirrel in the popper?

        Was there a lot of beer involved?
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        • Author by Quicksilver M.S (June 30, 2012 1:29 pm ET)
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          "Was there a lot of beer involved?"
          More than likely , brewed and fermented in the toilet tank .
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    • Author by teh.stoopid.lib (June 29, 2012 7:03 pm ET)
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      You would tell your employees that they would be fired if they didn't vote for the 'right' candidate Huckster? Not too sure that's legal, guy.
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    • Author by MickD (June 29, 2012 7:06 pm ET)
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      Nice fear mongering justification, jerk. The blue hairs that are your worshipers are now on fire.
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    • Author by pklute63 (June 29, 2012 7:13 pm ET)
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      Complete a$$ clown!!!!
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    • Author by Dem02020 (June 29, 2012 7:17 pm ET)
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      Huckabee: Health Care Law Means Employees Will Be Told "Keep Your Job Or Keep Obama ... One Of You Has Got To Go"

      How many people does mike huckaday employ, and is he actually saying that to them?

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      • Author by blk-in-alabam (June 29, 2012 11:14 pm ET)
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        Mike Huckabee's job at fox news is a union job with one of those Cadillac health care plans.......
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    • Author by historygeek001 (June 29, 2012 7:19 pm ET)
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      Where are the Republicans with integrity? There have to be some left somewhere.
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    • Author by jdkinpa (June 29, 2012 7:33 pm ET)
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      Cavuto: "You can crystallize an issue." Well DUH! Obviously Huckster just sat down after smoking some Meth. Either that or his brain has already turned to mush after eating to much fried squirrel cooked in aluminum popcorn pans. ;)

      Of course never mind that ONLY small businesses with over 50 employees will be required to provide health insurance for their employees. And who would want to work for some A$$ hole who hadn't already figured that into his bottom line.

      It truly is a good thing only the truly devoted Cavuto fan hears this crap...

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      • Author by MsYellowDog (June 29, 2012 9:13 pm ET)
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        I can't believe there is truly such a thing as a devoted Cavuto fan. He gives me the willies,with his Big Giant Head and his whiny voice.Shudder!
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      • Author by rtejon (June 30, 2012 12:57 pm ET)
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        I made the mistake of engaging the Facebook political page for my rural county, but when I pointed out that the cost of doing business was higher under previous Republican administrations, even with Obamacare figured in, no one really had a counter argument. I also said something about how they won't even remember the cost of ACA compliance if Mitt Romney gives them war with Iran and sends fuel prices through the roof.
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    • Author by worrierking (June 29, 2012 8:20 pm ET)
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      Mike should ask himself which side his Jesus would support. Would he want to make sure that health care was affordable to more Americans or would he be whining about an attack on his freedom.

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      • Author by wmg (June 29, 2012 9:06 pm ET)
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        I guess his Jesus couldn't crystallize his thoughts enough for Mike.
        Like the bible, he apparently only reads certain passages of the Affordable Care Act.
        Pulpit politicians were frowned upon by the founding fathers.
        That's one thing they got absolutely right.
        That, and the original stamp on the coins: e pluribus unum.
        Out of many, one.
        Doesn't work with church doctrine, so it had to go.


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        • Author by grmce (June 30, 2012 6:05 am ET)
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          That, and the original stamp on the coins: e pluribus unum.
          Out of many, one.
          Doesn't work with church doctrine, so it had to go.
          Actually e pluribus unum is a pretty good working definition of a "church" - particularly as portrayed in the Bible.
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    • Author by draftedin68 (June 29, 2012 8:21 pm ET)
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      This popcorn tastes funny...

      So good ol' Governor Squirrel Fryer asks: "How do American workers reply when it's put to them like that?"

      Hopefully, most would flip their phones to voice record and ask: "Would you please repeat that?"

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    • Author by nixter (June 29, 2012 8:24 pm ET)
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      Wow, One vote the other way, and it would have been a ticker tape parade, which they KNEW it was in the bag. Gotta laugh at these fools, I'm not laughing i'm LMFAO.
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    • Author by MiG (June 29, 2012 8:39 pm ET)
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      I recall a time in which religious people believed that lying was a sin and telling the truth a virtue. Now it seems to be the other way around. I wonder how that happened.
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      • Author by rtejon (June 30, 2012 1:11 pm ET)
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        They learned about taqqiya and decided it's not a bad practice after all.
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    • Author by YouTubeJEFF9K (June 29, 2012 8:42 pm ET)
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      Preacher Huckabee was told, keep your religious vows or keep your job at Fox News.
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    • Author by bilbo_dies (June 29, 2012 8:58 pm ET)
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      I listened to that clip and had a few thoughts.
      (difficult to imagine, isn't it)

      1) Doesn't he sound so reasonable in his presentation?
      (No screaming, not spittle, no inarticulate noises, etc)

      2) Isn't there a law somewhere about "voter intimidation".

      3) I'm sure there is someone, somewhere who will actually utter a line very similar to this.
      He's the "small business owner" who is very concerned with the bottom line, his own personal bottom line. Health care for his employees, a "living wage"? They aren't present in his reality.
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    • Author by MsYellowDog (June 29, 2012 9:09 pm ET)
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      I do so detest this hypocritical,psalm-singing,ignorant Arkansas hillbilly.It would be JUST LIKE him to have Loyalty Tests for employment.The Joe McCarthy of the Ozarks,that's him.
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      • Author by jeter2 (June 29, 2012 10:39 pm ET)
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        Please tell us how you really feel ;-)

        I never could stand this Gomer with his phony aw shucks act. The guy is a slimeball. And he ain't no Christian.
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        • Author by jjamele2880 (June 30, 2012 11:52 pm ET)
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          He also acted like a reformed drunk when he lost a lot of weight, writing a preachy "you can do it too" book called "Stop Digging Your Grave with your Knife and Fork." Odd, he doesn't talk so much about losing weight being a matter of character and willpower anymore- might have something to do with the fact that he's gained it all back.
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    • Author by WilliamP (June 29, 2012 9:09 pm ET)
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      So a major GOP figure is suggesting that voter intimidation is going on by the GOP. Get Bill O'Reilly on this. He was so concerned over possible intimidation by the Black Panthers, he should go wild over this.
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      • Author by MsYellowDog (June 29, 2012 10:32 pm ET)
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        IOKIYAR(It's ok if you're a Republican).
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      • Author by Quicksilver M.S (June 30, 2012 1:47 pm ET)
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        "He was so concerned over possible intimidation by the Black Panthers,"

        Who needs clubs and Military dress to intimidate . When one has the Power of short dresses and Bulling of fox sweN , to Intimidate the Voter !
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    • Author by David2012 (June 29, 2012 9:24 pm ET)
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      In fact, when Huckabee "crystallizes" an issue, nobody does care. Except mayby Roger Ailes and his sock puppets like Neil Cavuto.
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    • Author by clearstate (June 29, 2012 11:17 pm ET)
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      So the Huckster has no problem threatening his employees with being fired if they don't vote the way that he wants them to. Fantastic leadership.
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    • Author by mary59 (June 29, 2012 11:33 pm ET)
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      Now more than ever---
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    • Author by everettbme (June 30, 2012 12:55 am ET)
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      Too bad you aren't the who has to go hucky.
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    • Author by cugagcmu805031 (June 30, 2012 1:53 am ET)
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      And, Mr. "Big Thinker" Huckabee, where does that leave the employer who has no employees?
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    • Author by jjamele2880 (June 30, 2012 2:08 pm ET)
         
      I wouldn't be shocked if this were true. On the Monday before the 1896 Presidential Election, thousands of industrial workers were greeted by signs outside their factories informing them that if McKinley lost to Bryan the next day, the doors of the factory would not open the following Wednesday.

      Banks all over the country held up mortgages until after the Election, telling prospective customers that rates would soar if the Democratic candidate won.

      Economic blackmail is not unheard of during Presidential elections. It happens to be illegal, but it's not like the current "captains of industry" are all that concerned about being prosecuted by this Justice Department, which is way too busy deporting illegal immigrants and jailing pot smokers to go after the real criminals.
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    • Author by tman418 (June 30, 2012 5:27 pm ET)
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      I wonder if that's the way he thought when releasing Wayne DuMond back on to the public. Hmmm, either Wayne DuMond must go, or an innocent person?
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    • Author by dalek (July 01, 2012 8:07 pm ET)
         
      HUCKABEE
      "if your support Obamacare"
      "we may not be able to support your job" ]

      what a threat!

      Thought Crime? without a doubt
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