LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Last night, during a taping of Larry King Live, Baptist preacher and Republican Presidential candidate, Mike Huckabee, challenged Jewish civic leaders to a winner-take-all cage match to determine whose religion is "cooler."
Huckabee specifically singled out William Daroff, the Vice President of United Jewish Communities and Nathan J. Diament, the Director of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America for his challenge to a "fight to end all fights."
Huckabee stated the match would be fought on neutral ground, specifically the Fargodome, in Fargo, North Dakota, and Pay-Per-View organizers were already "drooling at" by the prospects of the religious grudge match.
When Larry King asked if Huckabee thought he was about to start a religious war for the sake of gaining a few more voters, the Presidential hopeful waved it off and said, "the time was right (for the match) and the kids'll love it, I promise."
The Jewish leaders in question could not be reached for comment but professional wrestler Goldberg said he'd be more than happy to meet Mr. Huckabee in a cage of Huckabee's choosing.