Huckabee goes nuclear


Republicans used to be about saying that competition breeds excellence, and that the lack of competition breeds mediocrity and complacency. Now we’re at a point where we’re almost saying, We want competition in the global marketplace, we want it in athletics, but in politics we don’t want to have any dissent, we don’t want to have any discussion ….

Mr. Huckabee, allow me to introduce the Republican Party to you.


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  1. Random
    Feb 21, 2008 @ 08:32:18

    “Barack Obama’s campaign team, riding a wave of 10 straight victories in the contest for the Democratic nomination after wins in Wisconsin and Hawaii, yesterday urged Hillary Clinton to bow to the inevitable and accept defeat.

    Obama’s campaign manager, David Plouffe, dismissed the Clinton camp’s hopes of making a comeback when the power states of Texas and Ohio hold their primaries on March 4. “This is a wide, wide lead right now,” Plouffe said in a conference call with reporters. “The Clinton campaign keeps saying the race is essentially tied. That’s just lunacy.”

    The argument from the Obama camp appears designed to paint Clinton as a nuisance candidate – much like Mike Huckabee, who has continued to fight for the Republican nomination even though it is impossible for him to claw back John McCain’s lead in delegates.”

    The Guardian

    Mrs Clinton, allow me to introduce the Democratic Party to you.


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