Mike Huckabee for Vice-President

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  1. jeffinj

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    Mike Huckabee supporters,

    Please ask John McCain to choose Mike as his running mate:

    Send a letter to John McCain at his address:

    John McCain 2008
    P.O. Box 16118
    Arlington, VA 22215

    :jesus:
     
  2. Martin

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    Let's put aside for just a moment the fact that Huckabee is a big government politician as is John McCain. While Huckabee maybe a nice guy thats what he is. Now, lets face some facts, McCain will most likely never pick Huckabee as VP. Why not? We could start with the joke he made about Obama and go from there. He is too big of a risk. One rule with picking a VP is never do any harm. Huckabee could, with the majority of the nation, do McCain harm. McCain is far more likely to go with Romney, Crist, or Pawlenty.

    Regardless of who McCain puts on the ticket it will not help him in the fall. Mainly if Barr (L) can get onto the debate stage.
     
  3. Cutter

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    If McCain did choose Huckabee it would make my mind up to vote for him. Right now I am teetering on finding another candidate, and it certainly wouldn't be BHO!
     
  4. Revmitchell

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    Not in this life time.
     
  5. poncho

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    Huckabee? Hmmm. Why not just toss him and have Richard Haas as VP? Makes more sense to just to pay one of em to lead us into the NWO...doesn't it? Just trying to be conservative about it.

    The Republicans could have Haas as a VP candidate and the democrats could have Brzezinski as a VP candidate so that would be Haas policy vs Brzezinski policy...well that work out because we'd end up with the same globalist policy either way! SWEET! :cool:

    Not like we aren't going to have globalist policies instead of American policies anyway.
     
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    Hmmmmmm

    Two U.N. capitulants on the same ticket.

    As opposed to the other two.

    Gonna be a great time to be saved. My guess is yer going to see more prophecy come true in the next four years than any other point in modern history.

    And I look forward to sharing a cell with some of you, when it's all over.
     
  7. poncho

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    Yeah we're in for some exciting times indeed Bro.
     
  8. Alcott

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    It seems too much attention is always given to choice of a VP running mate. I don't think in any recent elections the VP has made the difference in any state. As the years go by, the more I agree with the way a U.S. Government teacher I had summed it up: "The vice presidency is really the big failure of our federal political system. It's not nearly so much a stepping stone to the presidency, as more often it's just a 'nothing' job for someone at the end of his political rope."
     
  9. NaasPreacher (C4K)

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    Or as John Nance Garner said (I am giving the sanitised and commonly used version here) "The office of vice-president is not worth a bucket of warm spit."
     
  10. thomas not doubting

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    Yes, I've been thinking that's likely too.
     
  11. Bro. Curtis

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    That may have changed, after Cheney. He has re-written the role of VP.
     
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    Well, I doubt they'll throw us in the same cell, Brother Curtis, but I do agree with you about the next four years and prophecy. These are the best of times and the worst of times.
     

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