Business Insider 
April 13, 2014
Speaking at the conservative “Freedom Summit” in New Hampshire on Saturday , former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee said he’s beginning to believe that there’s “more freedom in North Korea sometimes than there is in the United States.”
The quote — which the audience did not laugh at and didn’t appear to be a joke — was in reference to TSA patdowns and security procedures at the airport.
“When I go to the airport, I have to get in the surrender position,” Huckabee said while holding up his hands. “People put hands all over me. And I have to provide photo ID in a couple of different forms and prove that I really am not going to terrorize the airplane.”
“But if I want to go vote, I don’t need a thing,” he added, referencing Republican-led efforts to require government-issued identification  in order to vote, an effort Democrats have said would only suppress voting rights.