I am an evangelical and a Pastor, and I am not voting for Huck in the Georgia primary.
The real truth of the matter is that most of America is asleep at the wheel in regards to politics, including the church. I am not attempting to justify that; I only feel that it's the truth.
The evangelicals are watching from a distance and seeing that Huckabee is espousing Christianity, so they jump on board.
Like most Americans, they really don’t know one candidate from another.
For what it’s worth, I think that there are many many Baptists who will vote for Huckabee, just because he is one of the. I also expect Romney to do well where the LDS are in large numbers. That’s just how it goes.
In the end, I am hoping that revelation comes to the masses about Huckabee, and his supporters move to Fred. I am sure that Fred would get the lion’s share of Huckabee’s supporters.
All of this fussing and fighting and name calling sounds just like my former mega Baptist church in Memphis, Tenn.. In fact, I really got confused as to what web sit that I was on.
I’m sitting this primary out for the first time. I have been voting for 45 years.