Huckabee might have predictably slipped a couple of times from the setup questions the press conveniently threw at him, such as those involving foreign policy. He is too kind to condemn the dead, and while I dont condone murder, let alone political assassinations, Bhutto is not the angel the media is so desperately portraying her to be; she was elected twice as the prime minister and expelled both times for embezzling billions of dollars from the Pakistanis. While her father was hanged for political reasons, and both her and her husband jailed for embezzlement, her brothers who might have succeeded her father were killed mysteriously, leaving her as the sole heir to her fathers seat in the PPP. That she was trying to establish a monarchy is evidenced in her will where she nominates her son as her successor, a far cry from the democracy she was preaching. True she was loved by many in Pakistan, but not the majority. With the exception of McCain neither of the other candidates has any experience in foreign affairs. One needs to understand that these elections are more than foreign policy; we would never have elected Bush into office the first time around let alone reelecting his after he screwed up the war. Once elected to office, there will be a posse of qualified career diplomats to handle and advice him on foreign policy and help him chatter the best course for our future on the global stage. That Huckabees campaign is under funded and under managed is no secret; however, this will soon change after he wins a couple of states and the administration and establishment get behind him. Compared to his wealthier rivals, its amazing that he has got thus far in light of his limited funds and small organization. Scandalous Giuliani continues to loose stock on account of his persistence to seat on the fence. He is as far from the core conservative values as the moderate democrat. He needs to take a break and from politics and attend to his failing health. Obey the Wind Romney has Mormonism to overcome before he can tackle flip-flopping, deceit and amnesty. He will say and endorse whatever cause or action that will get him the votes. Perhaps he was trying to court the black vote when he lied that his father had marched with Martin Luther King, or that he had endorsed and advocated for abortion clinics. Let's not forget his first hand in amnesty by persistently hiring undocumented workers irrespective of prior admonishments. Old Fred might be closer to the GOP ideals in many respects but he needs to wake up and get to work. Perhaps the time away from politics softened him or his young beauty wore him out! While Ancient McCain is a bonafide Republican, he too has his demons to fight. His call for additional troops and his hand in the failed amnesty agenda left a scathing mark. Nevertheless he has rebounded well albeit lack of time to make a real impact. Should Huckabee succeed, McCain is his best choice for a running mate closely followed by Fred. McCain should immediately team up with the Huckster to guaranty the primaries so that together, they can waltz their way to the Whitehouse. Huckabee will help to restore our eroding faith, family, and social values; he is the unanimous voice of the Christians; while his ubiquitous appeal transcends the Christian spectrum there are those who subscribe to a different calling, a cult, Mormonism!! And will stretch their imagination and resources in fear of Huckabees momentum and what his Presidency represents. by the way here is more proof Romney has lied and spun Mike's record and made some people actually believe it. He's lied more than any candidate Dem or GOP http://www.factcheck.org/elections-2008/romney_on_huckabee_ii.html all you have to do is check the facts . Romney can't buy truth.