Skip to comments.Huckabee: Those endless Lindsey Graham TV commercials are NOT endorsements (yeah, right!)
Posted on 01/04/2014 7:09:07 AM PST by cotton1706
Anyone who lives in the First in the South (FITS) Primary state of South Carolina has seen an endless stream of former Presidential candidate Mike Huckabee singing the praises of Senator Lindsey Graham. He says, in a statement, the commercials are NOT an Endorsement!
From Huck Pac
huck_grahamTo be clear, I havent endorsed Lindsey Graham for Senate. Last year, I voiced an ad thanking him for support of Israel. It was not an endorsement for his reelection. In fact, I dont plan to endorse anyone in SC Senate race in the primary but I will certainly help in the general election if asked.
Obviously, Senator Grahams people are using the Thank you ad and treating it like an endorsement, but neither the PAC nor I personally have endorsed in the South Carolina Senate race.Please help me by sharing this statement with your friends across South Carolina so voters understand where I stand. Thank you! . Seems Mike Huckabee has heard the numerous screams at Televisions in South Carolina when he calls Graham a Conservative. Senator Graham the highest unfavorable rating of any Republican in national office and will be primaries by no less than four contenders
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Then why even talk about the guy, Huck?
(You lyin’ sack of excrement.)
This is worse for Graham - I am glad Huckabee did this - it is a major embarassment
Liberals always tell you things you never asked them.
That is they give you answers to questions that were not asked. In other words, talking points substitute for answers to questions.
Elmer Gantry, the RINO Huckster. Busted again just being himself.
Come on people this is Huckabee. Why would you be surprised that a RINO endorsed a RINO.
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