Thursday, January 31, 2008


We now stand five days before Super Tuesday. Time is of the essance. We must all unite around Mike Huckabee. John McCain is the frontrunner and it is clear to me why. Romney and Huckabee are splitting the conservative vote. If they all coalesced around one candidate they would beat McCain by ten points.

John McCain is an honorable man. He has bravely served our Nation with honor and he deserves all accolades for that. However this is not McCain's time. He will not win the General election. The theme for 2008 is change. While I think John McCain might make a good president (and I think he would have done a better job than Bush did) he represents the old guard in politics. His age does not help very much. No matter how he runs his campaign and who he chooses as his running mate McCain will not be able to survive that fact. Younger voters looking for change will not vote for him. Even if the Dem's nominee is Hilary Clinton they will relate to her more. That's a sad fact but it is true.

No matter what he says now John McCain also stood for amnesty for illegal aliens. Do you remember that? Have your forgotten our outrage just this past summer? Remember how hard we fought tooth and nail against his bill? Are you willing to give him a pass? What about McCain-Feingold? He has limited our 1st Amendment rights of political free speech. Are we going to stand for that? I SAY NAY!!!

Now that we've cleared that one up we have a decision. Mitt Romney or Mike Huckabee - Who do we unite and coalesce behind? I think the answer is clear. Mitt Romney has bought the victories he has made. Money shouldn't buy an election. Ideas, honesty, and authenticity should. Mike Huckabee has the freshest and most positive ideas. "Let's become energy independent in less than a decade and tell the Saudis that we need their oil like we need their sand! Let's stimulate the economy by ending our tax on productivity and put the going out of business sign on the doors of the Internal Revenue Service! Let's end the Illegal Immigration problem by enforcing our laws, building the fence immediately, and sending those who have come and have been here illegally back home to the back of the line! Let's make health care more affordable by treating problems pro actively instead of reactively."

Mitt Romney is polished. He has been successful and must be applauded for some of his accomplishments (the 2002 Winter Olympics for example) but he is as authentic as an aluminum Christmas Tree. None of the words that come out of his mouth are from his heart. They are written by paid advisers who think they know what we want to hear. His opinions and positions change with the political winds. I don't know who fip flops more - Mitt Romney or the local pancake house! Look at all the times he has changed his position on Abortion, Gay Marriage, the troop surge in Iraq, and other issues. He has almost changed them even more than he has changed the style of his hair in the past six months!

In comparison Mike Huckabee speaks from the heart and is honest and trustworthy. His positions never change no matter what other people or political polls say. Mike's deep rooted convictions are the same now as they were 15 years ago and what they will be 15 years from now.

So we have 5 days folks. We can either unite behind Mike Huckabee or we face 1976 all over again. My heart weeps at even the possibility of facing another administration like Jimmy Carter's. I was not alive then but through my studies I sure know how we suffered as a nation then. That's what we face with Clinton or Obama and it could be even worse!



Huckabeeisconservativechoice said...

Huckabee can still win
If Huckabee carries a few big states on Super Tuesday, he can parlay that into a Texas victory. With California being a non-winner-take-all state, and McCain and Romney splitting the other SW, NW, and NE states, Huckabee could end up with the biggest total.

It would be great to see the only conservative candidate in the race, Mike Huckabee, get the nomination.

Hickory said...

Right on brother, I'm with you. The choice couldn't be any clearer. We need someone who can clearly articulate his ideas. Neither Romney or McCain are clear. Their ideas are caricatures of Conservatism.

Kittyrunner said...

oh super, so he can be VP.

Truth Unites... and Divides said...

I'm voting for Huckabee this coming Tuesday.

I don't care how many pundits tell me that it's a 2-man race between Romney and McCain.

For all those people who think that I'm wasting my vote on Huck, where were you on telling all the Fredheads that they were wasting their vote on Fred Thompson?

Fred jacked up Huck bad in South Carolina. Fred stayed in long enough to ruin Huck and then he dropped out right after South Carolina.

So all you Mitt Romney supporters out there, listen up! You should be mad at Fred. Not Huck. Huck would've won South Carolina. And McCain wouldn't have the momentum that he does now. Heck, your boy Romney might've won Florida if McCain had lost South Carolina.

But no. Dead Fredhead just had to jack up Huck for one last primary vote before quitting the race.

So here's the smart thing to do. All you McCain and Romney fence-sitters... vote for Huckabee! He's the only one of the three who's not, Not, NOT a RINO!

Bonnie said...

Huckabee is the conservatives best bet to win the White HOuse and our best bet to restore this country to the values we hold dear. If the media would give him the same air time as the "other 2" the nation would see his vision for this country. It's a vision that most of America has. I am saddened by the treatment he ahs gotten, but moreso by the fact that this is going to cost us an election. Many conservatives will stay home - right or wrong - if McCain or Romnet are the nominees.


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