We haven’t had a clip from Mike Huckabee’s FOX News show in a couple of weeks, because all too often it’s just interviews with horrible celebrities talking about their political beliefs. But Huck had a good catch this weekend, landing an interview with former Connecticut Gov. John Rowland, a Republican who went to jail in 2004 as the result of a corruption investigation.
Huck plumbs Rowland’s thoughts on political corruption in light of the Senate-seat-for-sale scandal surrounding Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich that erupted last week. The key, Rowland says, is to identify the “moral compass” that grounds elected officials. And he says Blagojevich has to resign from office posthaste:
That’s a highlight; if you want to burn off ten minutes of your day watching the full interview, click here.
Huckabee himself weighed in on the Blagojevich scandal on “Hannity & Colmes” last week.