Will Mike Huckabee condemn Southern Baptist Vice President's call for the death of political opponents?
Of course, just because God wants people to die is no reason to help do His will. Amsericans United:
Last August, Americans United filed a complaint with the Internal Revenue Service about Drake’s use of church letterhead and a church-based radio program to endorse presidential candidate Mike Huckabee. Federal tax law forbids tax-exempt groups from endorsing or opposing candidates for public office.
I wonder what Susan Powter is doing nowadays, because someone has to stop the insanity:
"I have opponents in this race who do not want to change the Constitution," Huckabee told a Michigan audience on Monday. "But I believe it's a lot easier to change the Constitution than it would be to change the word of the living god. And that's what we need to do -- to amend the Constitution so it's in God's standards rather than try to change God's standards so it lines up with some contemporary view."
The romantics in the current Republican Party herald back to the 1980 Reagan coalition and his victory born of the “three-legged stool” of Reagan Conservatism: a strong defense, a strong economy and strong social values.
Now, over two decades later, the incongruity among those three ideals haunts the Republican presidential nomination process. As the plethora of Republican candidates stake their claims, the dissatisfaction of the Republican electorate over their choices reflects the fact that it is impossible to obtain all three of the Reagan goals simultaneously. Read more about As The Republicans Splinter, Blame Ronald Reagan’s Three-Legged Stool
Because the Republicans will never, ever stage a false-flag terror strike in October 2008 in order to elect him, they loathe him that much.
Heck, they might even not steal the election for him!
That leaves the continuity of government option still live, of course, but that's a little more dangerous and radical.
For once, the iron law of institutions works for us! Read more about Why Huckabee is the best Republican nominee
I always expected the question of how Mike Huckabee's son killed that dog* would be a fertile source for opposition researchers.
But I didn't expect that would happen the minute the Iowa polls closed! Fuck!
NOTE * Bud, from Legal, insists that I add the word "alleged" here. Read more about Let the oppo begin!
The former Arkansas governor said back home he would be duck hunting on the day after Christmas, but pheasant hunting in Iowa — eight days before the state's leadoff nominating caucuses — was a good substitute. He also offered a lecture declaring that hunting is good for wildlife.
Unlike with the Iraq War, the Republicans undoubtedly have a Plan B re: Mike Huckabee. And he for them.
Right now, there's a full-on freakout in the national GOP about the Huckster's ascendancy.
1. Sat, 2007-12-15 01:23 [a.m.] EST, Corrente: So, how exactly did Mike Huckabee's son David kill that dog, back in the day when he was a Boy Scout?
So, how exactly did Mike Huckabee's son David kill that dog, back in the day when he was a Boy Scout?
"I didn't get into politics because I thought government had a better answer. I got into politics because I knew government didn't have the real answers, that the real answers lie in accepting Jesus Christ into our lives."
Imagine if a candidate said that his governance wasn't going to provide answers to our country's problems, but astrology would. All we need is to deeply believe in Linda Goodman's "Star Signs." Read more about Why Mike Huckabee isn't fit to be president