Friday, January 11, 2008

Huckabee At South Carolina Debate Video

I hope you saw the South Carolina debate, last night. But, there are clips of Huckabee's response to the usual Baptist/religious question and more importantly, his dicussion afterward with Hannity & Comes, in which he talks about some of the deceitful attacks that came his way in the debate, as is now typical. Massachusetss for Huckabee has posted these videos at Video And Thoughts About The Fox News Debate

And, be sure to read my thoughts about the debate, below.

3 comments:

Stephen R. Maloney said...

I responded to one of the conservative groups that was celebrating the revival from a coma of one Fred Thompson:

Fred gives new meaning to an old saying: "A day late and a dollar short." To paraphrase Marlon Brando: "He couldah been a contenduh." Running hard for President can be a grueling task and, as for Fred, he's just not into the "grueling" part. Today, Mike Huckabee challenged Fred to list his "accomplishments" in eight years as a U.S. Senator. I think we are all waiting for Mr. Thompson's answer. Of course, there's also a saying that "silence is golden." At this point in his life, he may want to spend more time with his beautiful young wife and his little children. Since Fred and I are about the same age, I know how he feels. (Note: I would be a better candidate from Fred, even though I never served as a lobbysist for the Haitian dictator.


Stephen R. Maloney
http://Campaign2008VictoryA.blogspot.com

Larry said...

If you read wat I wrote below, you know that to me it is pretty (not strong enough a word - patently?)clear that Thompson has been disingenuous in his criticism of Huckabee. He very simply isn't stupid or ignorant enough to believe what he's saying.

But again, he's trying to get his face into the picture as a last gasp. Most people would probably say that especially in such an extreme circumstance, it's perfectly legitimate to distort your opponent's record.

And, I allow that he's perfectly free to do it. But, I also feel and freely assert that for me it makes him look rather small: smaller than he actually is. But, I also recognize that he probably could give a rip if I think he's small.

McCain I disagree with on probably more instances than anyone else, though the problems with Giuliani are more grave. But, McCain is much more honest, which leapfrogs him ahead of Romney and Thompson.

Fraud Examiner said...

Another item to inform because some are trying to mislead concerning Huckabee:

Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Adm. Mike Mullen stated on January 13 that he wants Gitmo shut down as stated in an Associated Press story dated January 14. It states in part…”he favors closing the prison here as soon as possible because he believes negative publicity worldwide about treatment of terrorist suspects has been “pretty damaging” to the image of the United States.”….and even though he is the top military officer…”He stressed that a closure decision was not his to make”…because it is in the hands of the President.

I saw the article on www.military.com as I have interest in this as one of my sons is in the Army National Guard as a Military Policeman and another son looks to be joining the United States Marines any day.

Mike Huckabee is on target in his position; unfortunately, he is receiving flak on it.

Rod Pitzer
Certified Fraud Examiner