[media id=4186] [media id=4187] Thursday afternoon, as Mitt Romney was dropping out of the race kicking and screaming and Senator John McCain was t
February 6, 2008

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Thursday afternoon, as Mitt Romney was dropping out of the race kicking and screaming and Senator John McCain was trying to make nice with the GOP base at the CPAC convention, candidate Mike Huckabee was nowhere to be found -- that is until cameras caught up with him outside the studios of...The Tyra Banks Show?

That's right, rather than speak to the rabid base of his party in the heat of a presidential race, the Huckster appeared on a show that recently showed a whole row of women, including Banks herself, who all took off their pants on camera. Sinners! There might be some logic to this move, though. Huckabee appeared on The Tonight Show the night before the Iowa caucus -- perhaps he thinks history will repeat itself? Huckabee vowed to stay in the race even though there is no way he can beat John McCain (D-AZ) even if he runs the table in all remaining primaries. Don't worry Huckabee fans, it appears God's candidate will be speaking at CPAC Saturday morning.

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