Ringer asserted that Michelle Obama was "given strict instructions to suppress the Angela Davis rhetoric and play the Hillary Makeover Card" during her recent interview with Fox News' Mike Huckabee, and that Huckabee "lobbed her set-up questions specifically aimed at giving her the opportunity to override just about every angry, anti-American statement she's ever made":
One of Michelle Obama's more infamous past statements was that America is a country that is "just downright mean." A mere slip of the tongue, right? Enter Mike Huckabee, who lobbed her a warm-and-fuzzy pitch that gave her the opportunity to say that America is "a really cool country with some really great people all over the place."
Angela … er, Michelle … then went on to say, "It's decent, it's kind. I love my country." You could just hear Karl Marx and Saul Alinsky in their graves: "Heh, heh, heh."
It was enough to make a refined person lose his lobster and caviar.
Not that Ringer is one of those "refined persons," of course.
Ringer then goes on to assert that this interview has disqualified Huckabee from running for president:
Mike Huckabee's Slick Willie cleverness makes him hard to pin down, but his interview with Michelle Obama connected a lot of the dots for me. I once speculated that Mike Huckabee could possibly get the Republican nomination without the support of the Republican Party's conservative base if he could put together a coalition of evangelicals and disenfranchised independents and liberal Democrats.
Today, I'm here to tell you to forget about that theory. It won't happen. By interviewing Michelle Obama on his show – apparently without concern for Rush Limbaugh's recent chest pains – he lost any chance he may have had for gaining the Republican nomination.
How does Ringer live with all the hatred that's raging inside him? He's going to turn into the next Norman Liebmann if he's not careful.