Friday, February 10, 2012

Mike Huckabee gives his best speech yet at CPAC

Mike Huckabee continues to show the GOP what they are missing this campaign season-a conservative who has walked the walk and who can communicate with voters across America.

Listening to the Michael Medved radio show today, he described today's CPAC speeches stating that Huckabee's speech was phenomenal and Mike Huckabee gave his best speech yet.

See for yourself:

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"Thanks to President Obama, We are all Catholics now, standing together."

"Let me be very blunt with you and whether this is a popular sentiment at CPAC or not, I don't care...I am going to say it anyway...One of the things that the President has shown us this week is that morality matters even more than money does because where there is a nation that's lost it's morals, that is a nation that will freely give up it's money. Because if we give up the basic right to life, we will certainly give up what is in our pockets. Let us never act as if somehow our liberties under the constitution of the United States don't matter. If we lose those, money won't matter"

"All of us are created equal, and then endowed not by our government, but by our creator with unalienable rights. Unalienable meaning they cannot be taken away from us by a government because a government did not give them to us in the first place. A Creator gave us the rights and government's only job is to secure and protect the rights given by God."

"When we devalue a life that is unborn, we ultimately will devalue a life that is born."

"We need to unite for principal and for liberty."

Yes, I still Like Mike Huckabee for 2012.


Anonymous said...

Huckabee is indeed a social conservative, but he governed as a fiscal liberal. Maybe he gives his best speech because now he is earning real money and drops his populist jargon.....

Anonymous said...

Huckabee is on my good side right now. He's being very fair. But anon is right, Huck was never fiscally conservative, and that's what we need right now. He was not the right fit for 2012.


Anonymous said...

I do appreciate his concept that too big to fail, implies that some are too small to matter. I dislike this completely also. However, at the point they did the bank bail out it was too late. We just were all in the same boat and it was nearly sunk by that point. What should have happened was much earlier than this point when they said that too big to fail notion. I entirely disapprove of government takeover of auto companies. I don't want my taxpayer money running companies. Talk about socialism or good old fashion dead end European economics!

Ohio JOE said...

"Huckabee is on my good side right now." So he is not a bad person all of sudden?

Right Wingnut said...

If Huck were in the race, there's a good chance I'd support him right now. It would be between him and Santorum, but Rick probably wouldn't have gained traction. Huck likely would have won this thing.

Ohio JOE said...

"Huck likely would have won this thing." Yeah, but he would not have Martha on his side. He'd still be the one man wrecking crew.