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The first hint that Mike Huckabee is considering a bid....

by Tony Holmes / December 12, 2013 / 1:32 PM UTC
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Right On !
by itsdigger / December 12, 2013 / 1:35 PM UTC

That's who I wanted to run but McCain got the vote, Bummed me out.....Digger

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I like him with reservations
by TONI H / December 12, 2013 / 1:42 PM UTC

He's just so calm he makes me nervous......he just doesn't seem to have the ability to fire people up enough, I'm afraid. BUT he does have good common sense and easily sees both sides of the Republican Party (old school and new blood) and seems to be able to find the 'compromise' line more readily than some.

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by Josh K / December 13, 2013 / 8:41 AM UTC

He can compromise because he can see both sides of one party. That's precious. Reminds me of that scene from the Blues Brothers movie where they go into a honky tonk, and Ellwood asks what kind of music they have. "Oh, we have both kinds: country AND western!"

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by TONI H / December 13, 2013 / 9:11 AM UTC
In reply to: LOL

it's more precious that your ability to not see both sides of domestic violence, get locked into one viewpoint and get stuck there and then compromise is never even considered.

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He's a nice, personable guy, but.....
by Josh K / December 13, 2013 / 7:29 AM UTC

......I take strong issue with some of his comments, e.g. blaming Sandy Hook (one year ago tomorrow) on a lack of religion in public schools. I think there would be significant First Amendment challenges if he became president.

On the other hand, he's a bass player so he can't be all bad. Wink

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Darn that God
by James Denison / December 13, 2013 / 8:54 AM UTC

We're suppose to ignore Him, but expect his help anyway. Nothing quite like insulting someone and then still expecting their help when needed.

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