I first read about Mike Huckabee in 2006. I knew I wouldn’t be interested in John McCain. The little I heard about the governor of Massachusetts, I wasn’t interested. America’s Mayor, well, he is an American Hero. Like GWB, Giuliani’s response to 9/11 was stellar. But, his beliefs on Life issues doesn’t represent me.
Mike Huckabee does. He has never wavered in his position.
This wasn’t the first article I read about him. But, it has some interesting tid-bits.
On John McCain: “I have a hard time seeing him being elected president, just because I think, at times, some of his views have alienated very important segments of the Republican Party,” Huckabee says. “I’m not sure he can mend the fences with the evangelical wing of the party, the pro-life part of the party.”
The Club For Growth: “The Club for Growth, for some reason, is all on my back, and I think, in part, because I had the audacity to challenge some of them — they don’t like that,” Huckabee says. “They like for you to just sort of bow and kiss their ring. And, you know, I’m not going to do that. I don’t care who they are.”
The Republican Party Losses in 2006: “Will it be a wake-up call to our party, that we’re going to have to retool the message — not the principles — but the message?” Huckabee muses in an interview with The Examiner. “And will the party start looking for new voices, the ones that aren’t so already established?
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