Just in time for a softer, gentler GOP, Fox News host Mike Huckabee is coming out with a new book. It’s called, Dear Chandler, Dear Scarlett: A Grandfather’s Thoughts on Faith, Family, and the Things That Matter Most.
Published by Penguin Group, it’s written as a series of “heartfelt” letters to his two young grandchildren and includes advice for people about the “common beliefs” that “bring us together as a nation.”
Does Huckabee realize the R’s LOST last night? Has he been talking to Karl Rove? Think of this as a cherry atop that loss.
Anyhow, our favorite tidbit of advice involves love and marriage…
On love and marriage:
He writes, “Ever since Adam and Eve, men and women have been trying to figure each other out….Save yourself some energy: Don’t try to blow out the flame of the sun with your breath and don’t try to figure out the opposite gender. Just assume that God designed us so very differently from one another and yet made us wildly attracted to each other because He has a sense of humor.”
Forget about gay marriage. Love and marriage, according to Huckabee, involves the “opposite gender.”
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