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123tim
01-31-2008, 08:50 AM
I've been reading a lot of comments about Mike Huckabee. I'd like to make a comment myself.

Sure Mike Huckabee is a nice guy.... I wouldn't mind having him over for dinner sometime myself - I just wouldn't want him in the White house deciding the direction of our country.

We do remember that he pretty much opposes what Ron Paul stands for don't we?

Mike Huckabee is Pro foreign intervention. (Pro war)
Ron Paul is Anti foreign intervention. (Anti war)

Mike Huckabee greatly increased the size of his government while Governor.
Ron Paul has been fighting for twenty years to reduce the size of government.

Mike Huckabee seems to want to have more control over individual rights.
Ron Paul wants to promote individual rights.

Mike Huckabee has a policy which would heighten tension in the world.
Ron Paul has a policy which would ease those tensions.

Sure Mike Huckabee was nice to Ron Paul. Ron Paul was nice to him as well.
Mike Huckabee is nice to McCain too.
Have we called for a McCain/Huckabee ticket?


I'm really glad to hear the good comments about Mike Huckabee. I think that we need to have more of this. I just want to remind you all what we are here for.

Just my opinion.

garkoblogo
01-31-2008, 08:52 AM
even Huckabee's signs at the Reagan Library yesterday were unconstitutional!!!
Faith, Family, Freedom?
Who's faith?
First amendment please?

Rangeley
01-31-2008, 08:57 AM
even Huckabee's signs at the Reagan Library yesterday were unconstitutional!!!
Faith, Family, Freedom?
Who's faith?
First amendment please?
What are you talking about? The first amendment that you speak of includes freedom of speech, which certainly covers that sign. And while its unconstitutional for Congress to create a state church, it is certainly constitutional for a candidate to speak about faith.

Ginobili
01-31-2008, 08:59 AM
I've been reading a lot of comments about Mike Huckabee. I'd like to make a comment myself.

Sure Mike Huckabee is a nice guy.... I wouldn't mind having him over for dinner sometime myself - I just wouldn't want him in the White house deciding the direction of our country.

We do remember that he pretty much opposes what Ron Paul stands for don't we?

Mike Huckabee is Pro foreign intervention. (Pro war)
Ron Paul is Anti foreign intervention. (Anti war)

Mike Huckabee greatly increased the size of his government while Governor.
Ron Paul has been fighting for twenty years to reduce the size of government.

Mike Huckabee seems to want to have more control over individual rights.
Ron Paul wants to promote individual rights.

Mike Huckabee has a policy which would heighten tension in the world.
Ron Paul has a policy which would ease those tensions.

Sure Mike Huckabee was nice to Ron Paul. Ron Paul was nice to him as well.
Mike Huckabee is nice to McCain too.
Have we called for a McCain/Huckabee ticket?


I'm really glad to hear the good comments about Mike Huckabee. I think that we need to have more of this. I just want to remind you all what we are here for.

Just my opinion.

Ahem... Mike Huckabee = Nice Person... if you consider bribing officals and keeping the police from investigating a son who tortured a dog... That whole story is the entire reason I never could support hin.

p5yph3r
01-31-2008, 09:00 AM
As long as the Huckster pushes FairTax and sending jihadists to meet their virgins or see the Gates of Hades, this will never happen.

Cinderella
01-31-2008, 09:03 AM
this ticket would never happen

FortWorth38
01-31-2008, 09:06 AM
With Love from Texas !!!!!!
http://www.cptexas.org/thompson01.27.08.shtml

kigol
01-31-2008, 09:06 AM
this ticket would never happen

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Joe3113
01-31-2008, 09:11 AM
No.

WilliamC
01-31-2008, 09:13 AM
I'd say it would be up to Ron Paul to choose his VP. If it were to make the difference between Ron Paul becoming President or losing, I could support a Paul/Huckabee ticket.

I don't see it as likely though.

PC_for_Paul
01-31-2008, 09:15 AM
F@5K Huck......

extrmmxer
01-31-2008, 09:46 AM
I've been reading a lot of comments about Mike Huckabee. I'd like to make a comment myself.

Sure Mike Huckabee is a nice guy.... I wouldn't mind having him over for dinner sometime myself - I just wouldn't want him in the White house deciding the direction of our country.

We do remember that he pretty much opposes what Ron Paul stands for don't we?

Mike Huckabee is Pro foreign intervention. (Pro war)
Ron Paul is Anti foreign intervention. (Anti war)

Mike Huckabee greatly increased the size of his government while Governor.
Ron Paul has been fighting for twenty years to reduce the size of government.

Mike Huckabee seems to want to have more control over individual rights.
Ron Paul wants to promote individual rights.

Mike Huckabee has a policy which would heighten tension in the world.
Ron Paul has a policy which would ease those tensions.

Sure Mike Huckabee was nice to Ron Paul. Ron Paul was nice to him as well.
Mike Huckabee is nice to McCain too.
Have we called for a McCain/Huckabee ticket?


I'm really glad to hear the good comments about Mike Huckabee. I think that we need to have more of this. I just want to remind you all what we are here for.

Just my opinion.

Well Said.

Don't let Huckabee's smooth preacher talk fool you. His actions speak louder than words. He's a good smooth talker. He's one of those guys that can talk the shirt off your back. But remember what his actions are:

Raise taxes
Free ride in college for illegals
Ammend consititution into gods word
pro-war (Iraq, Iran)
Flat tax (30%)
Received cash, gifts, vacations for favors

bingo23
01-31-2008, 10:29 AM
Huckabee is nice because he is losing. He wasn't trying to contrast the debating girls after Iowa as he is now.

Paul needs to strengthen his ideas by making an economist his VP.

FTL
01-31-2008, 10:45 AM
Well Said.

Don't let Huckabee's smooth preacher talk fool you. His actions speak louder than words. He's a good smooth talker. He's one of those guys that can talk the shirt off your back. But remember what his actions are:

Raise taxes
Free ride in college for illegals
Ammend consititution into gods word
pro-war (Iraq, Iran)
Flat tax (30%)
Received cash, gifts, vacations for favors


This is it in a nutshell. His smooth talk is the novacaine before he drills your ass deep.

LEK
01-31-2008, 10:46 AM
Guys don't be swayed because he was ignored by CNN. Don't be swayed because he held Nancy Reagan's hand before the debate. Don't be swayed because he spoke up and said, "There are other Republican's here."

LOOK AT HIS RECORD. Let's not dump our brains in a basket because of how he acted in this debate. LOOK AT HIS RECORD.

http://www.judicialwatch.org/judicial-watch-announces-list-washington-s-ten-most-wanted-corrupt-politicians-2007

painter4Ron Paul
01-31-2008, 11:29 AM
Huckabbe would poison the well for sure..he is a slimy snake oil salesman with two morbidley obese sons who roam around innocent stray dogs. I would not vote for Paul if the hukster was any part of the team.

dvictr
01-31-2008, 11:35 AM
The VP should be anyone with a chance of bringing in more moderate AKA dumb voters... Romney, Thompson, Obama... something that the media can get wet about and make the ticket apeal to broad range of people... im sure Obama would like the chance to sit as VP for a few years while he learns about fiscal conservatism and Free Markets@!

im sure he would be for ending the war on drugs maybe even have presidential "***" parties! lol

Join The Paul Side
01-31-2008, 12:17 PM
How could Ron/Huck ticket be possible? Huck is pro war. Ron is not.