Huckabee: Quarantine People with AIDS

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  1. Ivon Denosovich

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    Story here quotes then Governor Huckabee as saying:

    Interestingly, President Reagan's surgeon general C. Everett Koop had dispelled these myths four years eariler with a pamphlet distributed saying:

    (Bolding mine.)

    Huckabee not only bucked Reagan's administration on the science of AIDS but he also threw civil liberties out the window suggesting that those suffering from the infliction be FORCIBLY removed from society and herded together like animals.

    The most frightening aspect?

     
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    Also, townhall notes that:

    (Bolding mine.) So... Huckabee isn't sure if there should be Sodomy laws or not?
     
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    Here is the problem with politicians setting policy based on emotions and not science. HIV is not easily transmitted. Depriving freedom from the victim of a disease is a drastic step uncalled for in this case.
     
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    Good points. Wonder if the Huck-a-wanna-bees will defend this stupidity...
     
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    Former homosexual defends huckabee:

    Huckabee on Homosexuality: A Man of Integrity

    http://christiannewswire.com/news/576215024.html
     
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    http://www.cbsnews.com/blogs/2007/12/08/politics/fromtheroad/entry3594445.shtml
     
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    And we should vote for a guy who admits he is going to flub up a lot?
    Tell me how this makes sense.
     
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    Yeah we will find a lot of mistakes especially made up by his political opponents. :laugh::laugh::laugh:
     
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    King David made a lot of mistakes too but he became one if not the greatest king of Israel?
     
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    King David made mistakes and paid for them during and after the time he was King and if you remember the kingdom became divided.
    Huckabee's mistakes do not make for a very impressive resume for President of the United States.
     
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    When the officeholder flubs up it makes no difference whether he had previously admitted it or not. It is neither sense nor nonsense.
     
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    Yeah I agree about that, but Huckabee haven't done all those grievous mistakes as King David did. So no need to worry about it.

    And besides among all the candidates you can not find any perfect candidate. The perfect government will happen only when Christ reign during millenium.
     
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    So why the comparison of King David to Huckabee.

    King David did not physically kill a man whom he sent into the frontlines of battle but it was his decision that got him killed and it achieved what he wanted it to, well for a little while until he became convicted to the truth in which the whole nation of Israel paid a big price.
    Not a very promising future for America if you make comparisons is it.
     
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    I'm not comparing Huckabee's mistakes with King David's mistakes. What I'm saying is every leader either a pastor or a president have their own weakness and prone to mistakes. Nevertheless, I couln't find any big deal that Mike did that which is horrible as you always consider.
     
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    Faithcontender, do you find anything wrong with Mike Huckabee? If so, could you pleae state it(them)? I have disagreed with Ron Paul in this forum. I am curious if you are willing to do the same with your candidate.
     
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    As a baptist, Huckabee is wrong when he agrees to be a guest speaker to other religious groups. I believe he compromises a lot of his baptist belief when he became a guest speaker with pentecostals, charismatics, prosperity gospel movement, paedo-baptist etc.

    If he went there as a candidate, i would not object to that. But he went there with a christian message which send a wrong signal that baptist, charismatics, paedo-baptist are all the same.

    Furthermore, I don't agree with his rock music.
     
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    Yeah, Faithcontender, they call that blind faith. Now riddle me this, since Huckabee stated that it was a mistake to release John Wayne Dumond, is he willing to accept his part of the responsibility that led to the death of the two women in Missouri?
     
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    It has been already discussed before, no need to do the 2nd round.
     
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    There are several mistakes Huckabee has made. They have been repeated ad nauseum on this board. That to me is a positive thing, as it paints a picture of the entire man.

    If one takes everything into consideration, it does not take a genius to figure out the man is head and shoulders above the self indulgent, lying pair of pigs Giuliani and Romney, plus any Democrat running.

    For me, it will either be Huckabee or Paul. If they fail, its a third party.
     
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    That's a better position compared to some of the Huckabee haters here.
     

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