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There's No such a thing as christian politicians. Politics Are corrupted, politicians are in for their own gain & no one else's. They gain & you lose.
---Lawrence on 7/24/10

I am a Ron Paul supporter ALL THE WAY. I would only vote for Huckabee if Paul drops out of the race. I am CLARIFYING my previous declaration.
---Gordon on 3/21/08

I certainly will support him, IF Ron Paul officially drops out. For Saints, there really is no one else left! MAY-BE Mitt Romney, IF Huckabee and Paul quit. Beyond that, GOD Himself would then have to physically force me to vote, if only the Obamanation, the Hill and McCan't were left.
---Gordon on 3/12/08

Huckabee doesn't want the war to go on for another 100 years. He knows the financial consequences of overspending like there's no tomorrow. He doesn't live so high above the glass ceiling that he cannot see clearly how to get this country back on track.

He's not using coke bottles to look through, he has God goggles on.
---Cindy on 2/28/08

I live in AZ.,McCain won't get my vote unless M.Huckabee is on the ticket.Look at McCains voting record & what he has stood for.His voting record almost compares to T. Kennedy's, H. Clintons & a few others on the left. He stood in the way of LEGAL MIGRATION & NOW admits he was wrong & IT'S the BORDER 1ST, "He get's it".IF you KNOWINGLY vote UNGodley, YOU will give an Account for your part in putting them in Power,I Doubt if i will Even Vote anymore.
---Duane_Dudley_Martin on 2/25/08

I don't know Suzie, it worked for Carl Rove and the Bushies
---NurseRobert on 2/25/08

NurseRobert...Yep! I guess the New York Times is so needy ot selling papers that they are now resorting to printing rumors. The funny thing is that it has seemed to backfire.
---Susie on 2/24/08

I did not know this came from just the NYT ... it was widely reported in the UK, since there is a fascination about the Presidential process. of caucuses and primaries ... so different from our system.
From waht I have seem McCain is a sensible man, with experience. You, and we, need someone with sense to sort out the Iraq and Afgghanistan messes ... I don't mean by withdrawal, but be doing the job sensibly and with real concern for the people of those countries, not for our own interests only
---alan_of_UK on 2/23/08

It's interesting, Suzie, that the NY Times is trying to "discredit" McCain since they have come out and endorsed him for president..
---NurseRobert on 2/22/08

Reality Check. God works in mysterious ways.

One can put 1000 to flight.
Two can put 10,000 to flight.

Fasting and prayer. Try it, you'll like it.
---Cindy on 2/22/08

alan...What the news media is now reporting is that the "rumors" that were published in the New York Times were only that. McCain's aids thought he might be involved with a female lobbyists several years ago. Just another gossip mill to try to discredit someone.
---Susie on 2/22/08

MikeM ... Reports in today's UK press indicate that Mr McCain may have a few skeletons in his cupboard, which may derail him.
---alan_of_UK on 2/22/08

Reality check--Huckaberry is finished, its going to be mcCain vs Obama.

Its a moderate vs a far left liberal.
---MikeM on 2/22/08

Cindy ... Why are you so suspicious?
I have never before commented on him, so you can't already know what I "really feel about Mr. Huckabee"
You don't understand what I am now saying because you can't beleive that I may agree with you.
We need laws that protect the innocent and punish the guilty, and I think that is what Mr Huckabee wants to do.
---alan_of_UK on 2/22/08

You know, Alan, I have no idea what you're trying to say. But I think you've already shared how you really feel about Mr. Huckabee.

JC is PC for me, and so is Huckabee.
---Cindy on 2/21/08

Cindy ... we now have local laws here that you get fined if you put your dustbin (US Garbage bin?) out on the wrong day (say the day before it is due, or you have put it out in the wrong week, because you ahve forgotten which week the fortnightly collection take place) you will be prosecuted under crimianl law.
i am all for lean government, with the laws concentrated on those that protect the innocent citizen, not penanlise the honest.
---alan_of_UK on 2/21/08

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Cindy ... We have today in our newspapers the case of a shopkeeper attacked by a violent theif with a knife. During the struggle, both were wounded, but the thief died. The shopkeeper is to be charged with murder.
How fair is that?
Easy to charge the law-abiding, because they do not have protecting criminal defence lawyers already acting for them) rather than the real offenders.
That is the result of our "do-good" governments that say the wrongdoer is the victim of "society"
---alan_of_UK on 2/21/08

"What does loving your neighbor mean? It means you can't shoot him, you can't steal from him, you can't lie to him and defraud him, you can't spit on him, you can't run over him with a car. The number of laws that we have is directly proportionate to the moral confusion of our society. The less confused we are morally, the fewer laws are necessary."

I am voting for Huckabee.
---Cindy on 2/21/08

Huckabee continually balances his politics and his faith. Huckabee knows where the truth of where his tomorrows lie, in the light of eternity. And, Huckabee keeps the eternal perspective.

The eternal, Biblical perspective is far more important to me than the PC highway.
---Cindy on 2/21/08

He believes that all law was and is originally based on Christ's commandments. "It is appropriate that we define things when society gets cloudy, that's why we have laws. The only reason we have as many laws as we do is because, as people try to find ways to break and bend them, we have to more clearly define them. In fact, Jesus said that all the laws rest on two commandments: "Love the Lord you God with all your heart, mind and soul," and, "Love your neighbor as yourself."
---Cindy on 2/21/08

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What Tammy descrivbes is sadly becoming true in the UK health service.
A really effective treatment for blindness is not available until you have lost the vision in one eye.
Treatment for some cancers is not available until the cancer is ,ife-threatening.
Unless of course you are a politician.
---alan_of_UK on 2/21/08

NurseRobert - I accept your apology. I can't see how "getting out" isn't the same as surrender. Bin Laden has long said that the U.S. doesn't have the stomach for a war and if we leave we prove him right! As for "Universal" healthcare, it's socialized medicine. I take calls EVERYDAY from pharmacies telling me we have to change medications because "they aren't on the plan." HMO's dictate what tests we can run and what medications we can treat someone with.
---Tammy on 2/20/08

2. My office is also contracted with the VA to see some of their patients. Recently we had a man completely blind due to very dense cataracts that we couldn't see through to check his retina for diabetic problems. I called the VA to get him in and was told that since his condition isn't life threatening he would have to wait. Wow - great standard of care isn't it? I agree that people should have access to affordable healthcare BUT having the government involved is a very bad idea.
---Tammy on 2/20/08

3. There are also many people who can afford it and choose not to - this is simply wrong. Mitt Romney had a good idea in Massachusetts but it still remains to be seen if it will work out. Still, I appreciate that he actually DID something more than talk. Those who argue that it's wrong to "force" someone to buy health insurance don't seem to mind that they are forced to have insurance on their cars - what's the difference? Also, his plan helps those who can't afford it buy it.
---Tammy on 2/20/08

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Tammy said: sorry if you think I'm dumb.

I didn't say you were dumb, I said your statement was dumb.

I don't know where you get your information. They are NOT for surrender in Irag and have never said so. They feel the war was wrong and we should get out. I believe that too!

As a nurse, I believe in the right of people to have affordable health care. Hillary has NEVER said she believes in socialized medicine. I used to work for an HMO and I am a strong believer in the concept.
---NurseRobert on 2/20/08

That said, Tammy, I apologize for saying your comment was dumb. That was rude of me.
---NurseRobert on 2/20/08

Tammy...That's the way I feel. Huckabee just seems to be another name dropper.
---Susie on 2/20/08

Well, I will tell you what is damageing to our country. Unbelievers. Unbelievers has always been in control. Because they seem to think that know it all. What about God? Isn't He smarter? What about the world? Once again unbelievers has always been in control. Watch the news at six thirty. You can see the fruit and hear. Madness everywhere. Godless men won't succeed.
---catherine on 2/20/08

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NurseRobert - I firmly believe that either Obama or Clinton would be damaging to our country - sorry if you think I'm dumb. They are for surrender in Irag (how can that be a good thing?)...and as a nurse I can't believe you would agree with socialized medicine? I'm in the medical field as well and dealing with the VA and HMOs is enough evidence for me - VERY bad idea!
---Tammy on 2/19/08

My issue isn't with his playing guitar as much as it's with his constant pursuit of "stardom." Others have made the talk shows as well so perhaps I shouldn't judge him so harshly...maybe it's just reminiscent of that other Baptist governor of Arkansas who loved to flaunt his saxaphone abilities. YUK!
---Tammy on 2/19/08

Leon, blessings! Yes. That's exactly what I meant.
---InimicusStultitiae on 2/17/08

whats the big deal about Huckaberry's guitar playing? Clinton played the sax, Carter loved the Allman Brothers I scratch my head and ask, "Cant people find something of substance to complain about, like actual ISSUES?

As for me I am not voting FOR anyone, I am voting against the socialist democrats..
---MikeM on 2/17/08

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That was a nasty thing to say, ELinda.

I know, you didn't think I knew that.
It's not the names, but the spirits behind the names.
---Bob on 2/17/08

A hucka who? A Christian is not a huckabee, that sounds like some kind of a southern farmer. Like Jed and Clampet down on the farm who shot some buckshot and up came some bubbling oil and texas tea.
---Eloy on 2/17/08

I.S.: Obviously, one doesn't run for VP. :) Did you say that tongue-in-cheek implying Huckabee hopes McCain will choose him as his presidential running mate?
---Leon on 2/16/08

"he seems more concerned with playing guitar... than defeating a party that will damage our country for a long, long time"

Tammy, this is really a dumb comment. You've been listening to Limbaugh and Savage for too long.
---NurseRobert on 2/16/08

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Since Huckabee is an ordained Baptist minister, I will say that I know NO Baptist minister who would be caught playing in a rock band. They're too busy trying to show Jesus to people.
---Susie on 2/16/08

As far as I can tell, every one of the Republican candidates were Christian. Is the question implying that simply because Mr. Huckabee is a former preacher that he is somehow MORE Christian? I agree with Susie - he seems more concerned with playing guitar and getting himself on the talk shows than defeating a party that will damage our country for a long, long time. I think he is classless and selfish. The man is not Presidential. I'll be choking while I do it but I will vote for McCain.
---Tammy on 2/15/08

Mr. Huckabee is now running for vice president.
---InimicusStultitiae on 2/15/08

Susie: I believe Huckabee (more so than McCain, Clinton or Obama) is a Christian thru which God is more likely to use to change the social, political & economic downward spirial of the United States.

Also, Huckabee's having performed as a governor (director:person in charge), speaks more to his executive leadership abilities versus the three senators (legislators/lawmakers, one of whom is the wife of a former governor & U.S. president (head of state).
---Leon on 2/15/08

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Leon said "Huckabee may be America's last chance to repent & turn back to God."

No! Jesus is America's last chance to repent and turn back to God. To even think that a man could be responsible for this is sad. Huckabee has shown that he will cater to anyone to win the election. He showed this when he made a fool of himself trying to prove he is a rock star.
---Susie on 2/15/08

When was America ever turned towards God? American society should be less secular but the government should not be dictated to by the religious right. We are electing a president, not a clergy man. There must be a complete separation of church, state, mingling the two corrupts both. History 101, the greatest historical evils were demagogues with a Bible in one
hand, and sword/gun/whip in the other, and what was in one hand justified the use of what ever was in the other.
---MikeM on 2/14/08

Huckabee may be America's last chance to repent & turn back to God. The battle isn't just political. It's 1st & foremost spiritual & the devil's own are using every tactic at their disposal, e.g., short counting (cheating) delegate votes, using media pulpits (CNN, etc.) claiming Huckabee won't get delegate #s needed to win. Why? They're scared he will! They should be because God isn't impressed with their #s. With God little becomes much when deciding the battle outcome. Repent America!
---Leon on 2/13/08

I cannot vote in the primaries because I'm an independent, but if I could I would vote for Huck. Not just because he's a God fearing man. I like what the man stands for especially abortion. I also like his view on the war and taxes. I was sad to hear that Romney stepped down, maybe Huck and Romney on the same ticket!
---colupy on 2/8/08

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Huckabee is a one of the good guys that wears a white hat. My husband, whom I love very much, is a special man, a man after God's heart. He is a praying man, and we have the power of agreement in prayer. We both witness that Huckabee is one the best to come down the pike in a long, long time.
He's an articulate Christian. We care about the outcome, but we are praying for God's will in this very important election.
---Cindy on 2/8/08

I read your smack, Jack. Get back, Jack.

I'm thrilled and I have the joy of the Lord Jesus Christ, do you, Jack?
---Cindy on 2/8/08

Robert, as long as the 'buck' isn't in nickels, a paper buck would be easier than a kidney stone to pass! OUCH!
---NVBarbara on 2/8/08

Oh no, their names do not change.
Every single one of them are still here.
They come back, some are on a cyclic schedule and some are probably shaded up under a big oak tree, as my father would say.
No, no, they come back. Some of them show up at a running blow only to blacken your eyes, but they're always a stone's throw away. I think one was peeking at me from around that tree just now.
---Cindy on 2/7/08

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Cindy.....I wonder how Rebecca is doing. Haven't seen her on this site in quite awhile. Or, maybe she just changed names and characters. LOL
---Susie on 2/7/08

I'll be your "Huckaberry", Tombstone, Val Kilmer.
---Cindy on 2/7/08

Just announced that Romney is suspending his campaign, but holding onto his delegates just in case. He'll probably give those delegates to McCain as Huckabee made fun of Romney on national news. I still say it will be McCain/Huckabee on the ticket.
---Susie on 2/7/08

Romney has just stepped down from the race.

Huckabee, Git-R-Done, "son".

My husband is praying for you, God answers all of his prayers. Go Huck, don't pass the buck.
We stand behind you with our prayers and support. You are one of God's sons.
---Cindy on 2/7/08

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So does Rebecca D, with great frequency.
You really should ask Rebecca.
---Cindy on 2/7/08

Huckabee. Huck won't pass the buck.
---Cindy on 2/6/08

I passed a kidney stone once... is that the same thing??
---NurseRobert on 2/7/08

I will be voting for Hillary in the primaries, as I am a Democrat. In the general election, I will be voting for the Democratic candidate.
---Trish9863 on 2/6/08

Alan, are you kidding me? Why, with that IQ of yours, somewhere in the ballpark of 264, you'll figure it out.
---Cindy on 2/6/08

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Huckabee. Huck won't pass the buck.

Hellooo Huckabee, if you're out there, you can use that one.
---Cindy on 2/6/08

There are many reasons I heart Huckabee.

From the practical standpoint, he improved the roads, left AR with a budget surplus and improved education.
Huck won't pass the buck. He acknowledges that US roads and bridges need rebuilding.
Like he said, we're rebuilding roads and bridges that are being blown up as fast as we can build them - and neglecting our own infrastructure. Let it buck, Huck.
---Cindy on 2/6/08

Git-R-Done, "son".
---Cindy on 2/6/08

Cindy ... "you'll never guess what what God showed us when we prayed for the blogs"
No we will never guess.
Why not tell us?
---alan_of_UK on 2/6/08

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Looks like a McCain/Huckabee ticket for November on Republican side. It will be interesting if Obama will accept the VP nomination on the Democractic side. I can't imagine either Obama or Clinton laying their egos aside to accept the VP nomination. It might end up being Clinton/Edwards on the ticket.
---Susie on 2/6/08

I voted for Mike Huckable and am praying
that he can win the Republican nomination
for President.I believe he is the only
true honest canidate running,who can be
trusted to not compermize Godly Principals
and Family Values,who will stand firm and
seek to make the U.S.A. a better nation
for all of us.This election is the most
important one,our Nation's future hangs
in the balance,our Freedoms are at stake
if the other party wins the Whitehouse.
---John on 2/6/08

Yes, I like him. I really, really, do!++
---catherine on 2/6/08

Well, my husband and I will keep praying for Huckabee.
My husband tried to blog on CN, but you didn't like his posts and kept using his name. He didn't get mad. We started praying together for the blogs, as well as Huckabee. Huckabee is doing far better than the media predicted. We'll continue praying.
BTW, you'll never guess what what God showed us when we prayed for the blogs.
We forgive the person. I'll tell you what's dicey, the photo shell game.
---Cindy on 2/5/08

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No, I will not be supporting him. While I appreciate his being a Christian, this doesn't automatically get my vote. (Bill Cliton was also from Arkansa and also a professed Christian and I sure didn't like his life style when he was president.) You vote on facts not just on issues like his Christian beliefs.
---wivv on 2/5/08

Don't they all say they are Christians? Obama says he is and attends a liberal church which supports alternative lifestyles openly and in church services honoring them. Romney says he is and follows a false prophet. Only God will sort them all out in the end.
---Susie on 2/5/08

Although I voted for Huckabee, I'm not convinced he is strong enough to deal with the antics of the government. Hillary on the other hand, I believe she COULD get things done, but would they be things I agree with? I don't know...I do like Obama's spirit, but he's very idealistic the critics say. But maybe America needs a little idealism these days, and someone with the gusto to fight for it.
---kady on 2/5/08

There will be no blog questioning
"Is Romney a Christian".
It's not PC, but you have no problem making it an issue for "W". Why?

Every single one of them have courted the Christians in days gone by, every single one of them. If it doesn't really matter, why would you single out one over another?

Dems and Pubs, I'm voting for a Christian.
---Cindy on 2/5/08

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What you mean, Cindy, is not "Huckabee is a Christian," but "Huckabee is a pop-evangelical who says the right buzz words."
---Jack on 2/5/08

It's not a roll of the dice for me.
I am voting for Huckabee because he is a Christian and I like his politics.

As I said on an, "Is Bush a Christian",
will you posting, "Is Romney a Christian"?

No, I think not. Because it's apparent that it really doesn't matter that much to "many" of you's, us.
---Cindy on 2/5/08

I was supporting Fred Thompson for President, but not enough other people were. My sub-optimization would be John McCain.

But I am still keeping my Op Plan at the ready to nuke Iran with 576 Salted Cobalt Iodide RVs with a Trident II SLBM attack. Counter Value Area Denial targeting is still a great option to sanitize an area for a protracted time period when you do not wish to occupy it when your ground forces are busy performing other tasks.
---notlaw99 on 2/5/08

Yikes a political blog, this could get dicey!
Suffice to say I will NOT be supporting Huckabee. He seems likable enough, bit a bit soft for the presidancy.
---NVBarbara on 2/5/08

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So is Obama. Will you be supporting him?
---Jack on 2/4/08

My vote is on McCain as he would make a stronger president and can finish the job that Bush started in Iraq. He is also a Christian.
---Susie on 2/4/08

Yes, i would like to see him president, or atleast any rebublican.. the democrats are campaigning right in churches, in St Louis, and SC, imagine that.
---wayne on 2/4/08

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