For someone who is constantly talking about how much he supposedly hates politics, it seems as if just about every episode of Glenn Beck’s radio program over the last few months has featured an extended discussion about the 2016 election and the various candidates who will be running for the White House.
Today was no exception, as Beck again offered up his thoughts on whether various Republican presidential hopefuls actually have any chance of winning the election and, if so, if they possess any capability to govern if they do. The entire discussion got a bid derailed when it came to Mike Huckabee, with Beck saying that he doesn’t believe that Huckabee could win or govern effectively if elected.
Co-host Stu Burguiere wondered just how Beck was making that determination, given that Huckabee actually did govern the state of Arkansas for more than 10 years, to which Beck responded that Huckabee simply does not possess the skills necessary to guide this country when “we are looking at unbelievable times ahead of us.”
Surprisingly, Beck said that he believes that Sen. Ted Cruz would also be unable to govern if he became president.
“I’m not sure he could get the coalition together,” Beck said of Cruz. “He’ll be a bulldog and he’ll stand for principles, but I’m not sure that he could govern.” When Burguiere said that the same thing was said about Ronald Reagan, Beck replied that “Reagan had charm”: