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- Posted on Sep 5th 2008 2:00PM by Spinner
The Democrats tried mightily to put some sway in their persuasion, at one point trotting out Stevie Wonder. This week, the Republicans have countered with ... Mike Huckabeee.
The former Arkansas governor and presidential candidate's band, Capitol Offense, rocked a convention party with some of the preacher man's favorite family values numbers, including the Stones' 'Honky Tonk Women' ("she blew my nose and then she blew my mind") and Eric Clapton's 'Cocaine,' which was recast, naturally enough, as a campaign song: "He's all right, he's all right, he's all right -- McCain!"
According to the Star Tribune, Huckabee and friends also reworked ZZ Top's naughty swamp-crawl 'Tush' into a blues-rockin' ode to the outgoing president. "I'm just looking for some Bush" -- now there's a sentiment that could make Bill Clinton cross the aisle.
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