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Vote Huckabee for President of Heaven

  1. jormins profile image61
    jorminsposted 9 years ago

    It was a bad new/ good news scene for me yesterday.  I find out the famous Obama girl didn't even bother to vote on Super Tuesday, but in finding this out I found a gem showing why we should get Hucklebee into the White House. You won't even remember Obama girl after Huckabee Girl.

    this link should do it or search google: youtube huckabee girl

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N7xgtAWfSWM

    1. College politico profile image60
      College politicoposted 9 years ago in reply to this

      Thats a pretty pathetic attempt at political satire... also Obama is the absolute worst candidate in the field.

      It doesn't matter much at this point since McCain will most likely be our next president

      1. Peter M. Lopez profile image91
        Peter M. Lopezposted 9 years ago in reply to this

        He's hardly the worst candidate in the field.  He is, afterall, still standing.  You may think he is the least Presidential, but he's quite qualified as a candidate, that's for sure.  He's changing my mind...about his abilities as a candidate, I mean.

      2. jormins profile image61
        jorminsposted 9 years ago in reply to this

        McCain can't even unite his party.  He'll need Hillary's help for that.  And I know the polls mean very little but right now Obama beats McCain by six points but I don't even see it that close if Obama gets past Hillary.  McCain has some crazy ideas and he's going to get even crazier trying to unite his fractured party.

  2. College politico profile image60
    College politicoposted 9 years ago

    Sorry I didn't provide my reasoning behind the "worst candidate" label. I will do so in the morning.

  3. livelonger profile image89
    livelongerposted 9 years ago

    I thought the Huckabee girl video was hilarious. He is easily the biggest joke among all the presidential candidates. He would take us back into the Dark Ages. Thankfully, he seems to have no chance of winning.

    I hope enough of my fellow citizens can exercise common sense and elect Obama (or Hillary, if she ends up making a turnaround) to the White House. McCain is the best among the Republican candidates, but that's not saying much at all.

    1. jormins profile image61
      jorminsposted 9 years ago in reply to this

      I think Huckabee says a lot to cater to the Bible Belt in the South which is where he's very strong.  It was weird after he made that comment about the South Carolina flag (or the Confederate flag), he was then the only Republican to honor Martin Luther King a few days later.

      I think genuinely he's a good guy (If had to go to dinner w/ 2 candidates I'd pick him as #2) but some of the things he says is a little scary (changing the Constitution to match the Bible things like that)

      Yeah everyone loves that video, except probably the creationists.

  4. livelonger profile image89
    livelongerposted 9 years ago

    Well, I'm gay and would most certainly not go to dinner with him. I'd suspect him of poisoning my meal. I don't believe for one second that he's a genuinely good person at all.

    1. jormins profile image61
      jorminsposted 9 years ago in reply to this

      Yeah I can see why you wouldn't trust him very much.  That whole Falwell regime has me very confused.  They take Religion and attack people with it instead of using it to try and bring people together.  I don't think Huckabee is a very hateful person but if I were you I'd probably feel the same way about him.

    2. College politico profile image60
      College politicoposted 9 years ago in reply to this

      This is just plain wrong. He is a genuinely good person. Just because he disagrees with homosexuality doesn't make him evil. He believes that we are all equally sinful and all undeserving of forgiveness but that God has forgiven us anyway because of his overwhelming love. Mike Huckabee doesn't believe Homosexuals are any worse than anybody else.

      here's an interview where I think he makes his full position clear:
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClUh2diN … re=related

      Now I don't expect you to agree with him and that is fine, you're completely entitled to your opinion... but I think we can all agree that he doesn't want to kill you...

      1. livelonger profile image89
        livelongerposted 9 years ago in reply to this

        Yes, I suppose I was being facetious. After all, poisoning someone would be politically incorrect, in the truest sense of the word; he still has an election to try to win.

        He certainly does believe gay people are worse than other people - he doesn't believe gay people should have the right to marry, and considers the idea as ridiculous as people marrying animals.

  5. renegadeoffunk profile image61
    renegadeoffunkposted 9 years ago

    Hillary is a worse candidate than Obama I think. Obama, for all his liberalism could very well turn out to be an honorable version of Bill Clinton. He lacks Hillary's megalomania and is more concerned about changing Washington than implementing particular policies. Hillary has so many particular designs for the power she seeks; she's so dead set on saving poor starving Americans that she'll poison our political climate further and probably be for the democrats what George Bush was for the republicans; a divisive figure that party loyalists will get sick of defending.

    I also agree that Huckabee is probably not a bad guy but he'd make an awful president. Being a pastor and being Commander in Chief are worlds apart and Huckabee doesn't seem to know which one he's running for.

 
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