Earlier I sent a tweet to Governor Mike Huckabee. Here’s what it said:

For those All American readers who were around during the 2008 campaign, you remember I was no Mike Huckabee fan. I was for Fred Thompson.

But when Thompson dropped out, Huckabee remained in the race, even after it was mathematically impossible for him to win. He was simply drawing votes away from Mitt Romney and allowing John McCain to win primary after primary.

Now, when it’s time to make up for giving up the King RINO last time and help American raise some Cain. Huckabee can do that best by endorsing Herman Cain in Iowa, where he’s down by three points overall, but dominates the Tea Party vote:

Mitt Romney is in the lead with 23 percent support, followed by Herman Cain with 20 percent, Ron Paul at 11 percent and Michele Bachmann and Perry with 10 percent each. And even though the playing-it-safe Mitt Romney is still technically in the lead, he’s got a lot to worry about from the Tea Partying base:

Among Tea Party supporters — who make up half of all likely Iowa caucus-goers in the poll — Cain is ahead of Romney, 31 to 15 percent. And among those who “strongly” support the Tea Party, Cain’s lead is a whopping 41 to 7 percent.

An endorsement from Huckabee in Iowa would be enough to push Cain over the top. The Governor has far more in common with Cain than he does Romney.

It’s time to put the bass down and make up for giving us John McCain in 2008.