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Discussion in 'Politics' started by faithcontender, Dec 10, 2007.
From his email letter:
Huckabee had best learn that he is running for president, not for national pastor.
What plays well in Arkansas and other heavily Southern Baptist states is not going to play well in most of the nation.
Perkins is not supporting Huckabee yet. His main concern is the media bias in attacking Huckabee just like some of you here.
I'm just pointing out the truth about Huckabee from my perspective as one of his constituents while he was my governor. I know him better than any of you non-Arkansans do.
So are those majority of Arkansans who are still supporting him. Given the fact that there are still many Arkansans who are supportive of his presidency means they have a different view of his governance record.
I go with the majority not with some of you who are obviously biased toward him.
That question won't be answered unless Huckabee wins the GOP nomination and is on the November 2008 general election ballot.
I don't put much stock in opinion polls.
At least that seems to be your hope.
I applaud a Christian candidate that isn't afraid to display his faith, and live or die with the consequences.
Tony Perkins says:
I'm sure that for a segment of society there is a reverse religious test and that is clearly wrong. But most of the criticism I've seen of Huckabee is coming from inside the GOP by conservatives such as The Wall Street Journal, National Reivew, and Fred Thompson. And while any religious discrimination is tragic, Romney has ample more cause to complain than Huckabee and I don't see Family Research Council concerned about his plight.
Any voter has the right to set whatever parameters he/she wants in deciding who to vote for.