Skip to comments.Senator Tim Hutchinson on Late Edition - 12/30/2007 (on Mike Huckabee)
Posted on 12/30/2007 1:57:03 PM PST by MrArbitrage123
Let's watch this video so we can have some more fun maliciously and ignorantly assassinate another good man's character.
Let's propigate some more half truths because we are so credulous as to eat the spoon fed pap of Fred Barnes, Mort Kondrackie, Krauthammer, Matt Drudge and Mitt Romney.
Crucify him! Crucify him! Give us Barabas!
How about just suggesting a better man for the office?
Huckabee has surged because he won a couple of debates and hes got evangelical support. If a quick rise can happen to the liberal pro-life evangelical Huckster, it can happen to the conservative pro-life evangelical Hunter.
According to Intrade, the winner of the December 12th GOP debate was... Duncan Hunter.
Why the smart money is on Duncan Hunter
In this poll Hunter is up 3% and even with Paul and Thompson.
Huckabee is who he is. Both he and Mitt are good bureaucrats.
Wasn’t Hutchison a “drug czar” or some other worthless position in the government. I like Huckster even less after this endorsement
Where is the required BARF Warning?
While I'm not a big Huckabee fan, you have an excellent point about the type of cheap character assassination he receives from many. Given the choice between someone weak on fiscal issues but sound on fundamentals like inalienable rights, and their proper relationship to federalism, I will take that person over the opposition any day of the week.
Course, Hunter gives you just about everything - morally, fiscally, and security-wise.
I found it interesting that Hutchinson thought he had to pander to MoveOn and the scumbag liberal Democrat newsrooms by throwing out that line about the Huckster being “intellectually curious”.
Please. This is what makes Huckabee even more distasteful than his record. It’s the fact that any criticism is never refuted with facts. It’s refuted with over the top emotional tirades about how his opponents are a religious bigots trying to frame him.
Clearly, this is a school of politics in Hope, Arkansas. Because Bill Clinton employs a very similar sort of defense.
Huckabee is a pro-life liberal Democrat. He belongs in the Republican primary even less than Ron Paul.
For a guy that dems love so much, he certainly is getting a lot of negative press from the MSM.
So the Jews are calling for Huckabee's death because he claims he is the son of God? And the Jews are evidently calling for Pilot to commute the death sentence of a man named Barabbas?
Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm...some interesting stuff going on down in Arkansas these days.
I haven't heard of that story, but I do know that there's an ex-governor of Arkansas who is a big fan of raising taxes, giving tuition breaks for illegal aliens, shutting down terrorist detention facilities in order to make the peace loving Muslims happy, gets the NEA endorsement in New Hampshire, supports socialized medicine (See SCHIP), wants to build a wall to stop the Pakistanis instead of the millions of illegal Mexicans crossing, writes policy speeches from the notes of MoveOn.org, and tells me that I'm being un-Christian-like by not supporting his views.
And then there's Bill Clinton..
Do you think it is appropriate to use the crucifixion of our Lord in such a manner just to prop up a political candidate. It is really unseemly.
he is just another P&R troll. don’t give him anymore thought.
That's kind of sounding like a Republican in name only.
^This is where I stopped reading your post.
You’ve now shown your priorities. Good luck to you and those who will compare Mike Huckabee to Jesus Christ.
Are you the Huckabee character assassin who follows me from thread to thread?
Who appointed you?
Good, because the first sentence was the main point, followed by examples to drive the point home.
No my friend. I am the person who has posted most of the articles that start the threads you end up on.
You may want to study how GOP governors (including Reagan and not excluding either Huckabee, nor Romney) tend to perform, when faced with largely Democrat state governments.
Remember, it is the states which have to run the bulk of those liberal programs that by law must be paid for.