In a most inflammatory manner Mitt Romney pointed the finger at fellow Republican candidate Mike Huckabee for playing the controversial anti religious and pro drug counterculture song of the 1968 song In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida.
Romney claims that "The fat Goober played onstage with those perverts Iron Butterfly performing that 666 song and it is clearly a sacrilege. So Huckabee is anti Jesus, pro illegal drugs, believes sodomy is okay, and hopes the world is ended by Pandemic Flu."
Romney also had this to say, "This time Jethro Bodine has gone too far. It was okay when he played with Tony Orlando and Dawn, but he really makes pro Satan statements when he plays this song with that hippie, leftist, faggot, weirdo group Iron Butterfly."
Romney continued his comments later in the interview by saying, "I never even listened to the song when I was growing up because of its message. Nor, did I ever even look at the psychedelic album cover, or even listen to the 17 minute version, or really even enjoy the backbeat."
Huckabee's camp responded that "He's just jealous because Huckabee smashed his pre CBS Fender Bassmaster on stage, because the dude rocks. And the song refers to the Garden of Eden, so Huckabee is still more Jesuser than that Godless heathen with the hundred wives."