Monday, August 20, 2007

National Review Article Advocates Huckabee Because "Governors Win"

Mike Huckabee's web page linked an article by S.T. Karnick, saying that governors win and Huckabee is the best Republican candidate: To read more click here


Stephen R. Maloney said...

This will change many things. Part of this is an effort by Mitt Romney (who's really from MI and has his national HQ there to get a good start). Rudy is nipping at his heels in MI and there are some complicated factors going on (i.e., trying to get Rudy to spend money where he would prefer not to). I found the following on

Michigan to Hold Primary on 1/15

“Michigan blows up the calendar” is the headline on Jonathan Martin’s blog over at the Politico, and that’s about the long and the short of it. Just when IA, NH, and SC thought they had everything worked out for a nice day swimming at the pool, both the Republican and Democrat parties of Michigan had to go and cannonball into the deep end and upset the water.

Both parties have agreed to hold primaries on January 15th, provided they can get the appropriate legislation through the MI state legislature. According to Martin, it’s “all but a done deal and is now just a matter of when the legislature moves the bill making it so.”

This will put additional pressure on Iowa to hold their caucuses in 2007, something Governor Culver has said he does not want to happen

Stephen R. Maloney said...

For some reason, I can't send you e-mails. They "time out." I receive e-mails from you, but I can't reciprocate. :-( (sad face)


Larry Perrault said...

It is very strange, as my ISP is Southwestern Bell/ATT. I D get SOME of your emails, anyway. Can you determine what, exactly, is going on when an email "times out?"

Anonymous said...

What do you make of the recent buzz about GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee?

1. Much ado about nothing;

2. A result of the lack of conservative candidates;

3. A promising boost to a potentially successful campaign; or

4. The beginning of Huckabee's rise to the White House