Is Mike Huckabee the new John McCain?

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    I doubt they will look past the fact he's a mormon.

    Which is why I believe Palin will win the nomination in 2012 if she chooses to run.

    If Huckabee campaigns now til 2012 though? It will be interesting.
     
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    Palin? May as well skip the election and give the Messiah eight years right now. (sorry)
     
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    It all depends on how Obama does these next four years.

    If he does good? The Republican Party which is on life support is in huge trouble.
     
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    Mitt Romney sounds better than Huckabee to me.

    I can't see Huckabee as a viable candidate at all. The man has no backbone. Have you ever watched his show,and the way all his guests run over him. He is too wimpy,unless of course he is trashing women...apparently. Asshat that he is..:cuckoo:
     
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    Romney is really the only one out of any of them that knows anything about the economy.

    (This is of course excluding Ron Paul who would get the Republican Nomination when hell freezes over).
     
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    Yeah, we could really use Romney right now with this economic crisis. The olympics had a 100 million dollar deficit when he took over and he turned it around into a 100 milion dollar profit.
     
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    Speaking as one of who knows how many conservatives, I can tell you that I really dislike Huckabee. He comes accross as a glory seeker. He always lectures us how everyone is extreme and we need "middle ground" which just happens to be whatever the heck he wants it to be.

    That and his campaign tactics were simply disgusting

    So no i dont think very highly of Huckabee. He can do and say what he wants. He just doesnt impress me much.
     

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