Huckabee on the GOP

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  1. Crabtownboy

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  3. Crabtownboy

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    What did you not find interesting.

    Mostly that he continues to sound like a politician and did not really address the problems of the GOP. I also found it interesting that he spoke about holding down spending ... seeing as how he was part of the Congress that rubber stamped G. Bush's policies that set up the disaster we are not in.

    Also, that he did not address the problem the GOP has of being the party of "No" with no new ideas.
     
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    "seeing as how he was part of the Congress that rubber stamped G. Bush's policies that set up the disaster we are not in. "

    So glad you finally admit that Bush did not set up the disaster and that it is phony! :wavey:

    Sorry could not resist capitalizing on your typo. :smilewinkgrin: Well I could have but it wouldn't have been as much fun :tongue3:
     
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    On the serious side.

    "GOP has of being the party of "No" with no new ideas."

    Saying no to everything that liberals want to put on the public is a great thing not a problem. As to no new ideas, this is also a great thing, it is less that the public has to deal with. They need to stay out of our lives not find new ways to get into them.
     
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    Mike Huckabee was governor of Arkansas, I don't believe he ever served in the Congress.
     
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    So there really isn't anthing "interesting" in the video...

    Just another excuse for you to dump on the Republicans...

    You are a broken record...

    And that isn't interesting to anyone.
     
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    Don't confuse Crabby with facts.
     
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    Guess what?

    Huckabee has never been in Congress.

    Wanna try to get at least one fact right ?

    Try Governor of Arkansas.
     
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    If he remains true to form - this is where Crabby will disappear from his own thread.:laugh:
     
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    Huckabee ... never in Congress. Well that is in his favor.

     
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    And kind of blows your little rant...:laugh:
     
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    Do you know who Harry Reid is?

    Do you know who Nancy Pelosi is?

    Who said "I can see Russia from my house?"

    Who is currently under ethics investigations?
     
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    Yup. Another well researched C.T.Boy thread goes up in smoke. Reminds me of when he laughed and said Ron Paul had no medical expertise.
     
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    You are showing your ignorance here. Huckabee has never been in Congress. And the Republicans are correct saying NO to the democrats efforts to make this Republic a Marxist state.
     
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    This reminds me why did you call Bro. Curtis a bigot?
     
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    Now -THAT- is funny! :laugh:
     
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    Mike Huckabee preached at my church once. I got to briefly meet him. He seems like a fairly nice person.
     
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    I met him at a mens conference in Bend Oregon a couple years ago.. Played his bass with my son in laws band... A very good Christian man I'd gladly support in a run for President..
     

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