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Huckabee may throw his hat in the ring
Posted by: McQ on Saturday, January 27, 2007

With Clinton and Richardson jumping in the Presidential pool last week, we now have Hagel (see below) and former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee pondering runs on the Republican side:
"My brand of conservatism is not an angry hostile brand. It's one that says 'conservative' means we want to conserve the best of our culture, society, principles and values and pass them on," the former Southern Baptist minister said last month.
Ooops ... dead man walking. While Huckabee may be a conservative's conservative, he could never win a general election, not with that on his resume. In the fever-swamps of the left, in which the demonized "religious right" runs second only to George W. Bush in terms of distrust and outright hatred, he'd become a whipping boy for the "theocracy" crowd.

Not a chance, Mike ... sorry. And besides, one former governor of Arkansas from Hope was more than enough.
 
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His accent alone would be enough to sink any chance in a general election.
 
Written By: kyle N
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His questionable ethics, including recently registering for wedding presents to circumvent Arkansas’ donor laws—he’s been married 27 years, would hopefully cause Republicans to pause about electing him president as well....At least we can hope it would
 
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Most importantly, he’s as bad as Bush on spending. Raised taxes and spending a whole bunch as Arkansas governor.
 
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