Wednesday, December 05, 2007

All Huckabee All The Time

All the buzz the last few days has been about Mike Huckabee . . . and virtually only Mike Huckabee. Here is a video from a Nightline segment on Huckabee. An article in the L.A. Times. Clarence Page has a piece today as well.

And there is always the bad coverage like this column by Byron York.

The knock against Huckabee -- at least from the Club for Growth crowd -- has been Huckabee's record on taxes in Arkansas. Yesterday Joe Carter addressed some of those issues head-on.

Huckabee is routinely asked religious questions like creationism v. evolution; whether Mormonism is a cult; etc. And I think his answers have been splendid like this response he gave to Wolf Blitzer at the debate and this one about Mitt Romney's faith.

What does Huckabee's rise mean to the other campaigns? It must be negatively affecting Romney and Thompson because each have attacked Huckabee recently. But who does he help? Could it be McCain? There has been talk recently about a Giuliani-Huckabee ticket. But what about McCain-Huckabee or even Huckabee-McCain?

Huckabee is kicking up a lot of dust and is currently the man with all the attention. But Dick Morris is convinced that when the dust settles it will still be Giuliani v. Clinton. We'll see.

On a different note, the Christian Fiction Blog Alliance is introducing Bluegrass Peril by Virginia Smith. I hope you get a chance to pick up a copy of this book.


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Blogger jdtank said...

Interesting posts and comments on the election. I am paying more attention to Mike Huckabee.

I read your book The Election and enjoyed it. I just started The Divine Appoinement. I wish you much success.

Dan Tankersley

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