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Most Arkansans still believed in Huckabee....

Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by faithcontender, Dec 5, 2007.

  1. faithcontender

    faithcontender New Member

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    Arkansas 2008 Presidential Election

    Huckabee Leads Clinton in Arkansas, Clinton Leads Other GOP Hopefuls

    http://www.rasmussenreports.com/pub.../arkansas/arkansas_2008_presidential_election
     
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  2. Ivon Denosovich

    Ivon Denosovich New Member

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    "Who Hearts Huckabee?"

     
  3. Petra-O IX

    Petra-O IX New Member

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    Could it be any worse than the last time when Arkansas gave the country Bill Clinton. Sure just trust us Arkies to provide this country with another whiz-bang of a good ol' boy President.:rolleyes:
     
  4. KenH

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    Those of us who lived through Huckabee's reign of error during his governorship of the state of Arkansas remember his thin skin when it comes to dealing with criticism. When the other GOP candidates start attacking him I just wonder how long it will be before he blows a fuse.
     
  5. Palatka51

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    You folks need to holler louder! The nation rejected Al Gore and Tenn did not go for him. Tell'm in the primary and don't vote for him.
    By the By, the Heismann is coming to Florida.:tongue3:
     
  6. Petra-O IX

    Petra-O IX New Member

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    Despite some bad and sporadic coaching from the past, Arkansas does at least provide the country with some fine football players. McFadden should have been a shoo in for the Heismann and I hope ex-Razorback coach Nutt didn't do too much damage for his chances at winning the Trophy.
     
  7. Ivon Denosovich

    Ivon Denosovich New Member

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    It's interesting that The Wall Street Journal and National Review, two champions of conservatism, don't see Huckabee as impressive. WSJ says:

     
  8. faithcontender

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    Of course they will not be impressed. Huckabee is not a republican candidate of the Wall Street but of the Main Street. They are being threatened if Mike become president. Mike is against corporate greed.
     
  9. KenH

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    Yeah, Huckabee is a populist. So is Hugo Chavez.
     
  10. faithcontender

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    Wow, now you agree with me!!! :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
     
  11. KenH

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    Well, yes, the definition of a populist nowadays is of a politician who is an economic liberal and a social conservative. That definition fits Huckabee to a tee.
     
  12. Ivon Denosovich

    Ivon Denosovich New Member

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    Corporate "greed" is responsible for the success of Main Street.

    Btw, Marx called. He wants his, "WAAAAAAAAAAAA," back.
     
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