Thursday, February 21, 2008

Here Comes Huck... to Columbus!

Huck at the Hyatt! Gov. Huckabee will be attending a rally at the Hyatt Regency (Delaware Room) at 350 N High St in Columbus Tuesday at 1pm.


Monday, February 18, 2008

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Why Are the Republicans Chasing John McCain...

... because Gerald Ford and Bob Dole are not available?

It appears that the Republican establishment is chasing after a candidate in John McCain who can't even win the majority of red states in his own party.

McCain was outpolled by Barack Obama in Virginia - a historically red state - by 619,036 to 242,578!! McCain has so motivated and inspired the Republicans in this Republican stronghold that the Democrats outvoted Republicans by two to one!!

John McCain is NOT inspiring new voters to the Republican cause. He is NOT part of the solution to the problems Washington has created -- He embodies Washington!

What piece of twisted logic causes Republicans to delude themselves into thinking that he will have a prayer of competing against the younger inspiring Barack Obama? Obama is promising voters ambiguous "change" for change's sake. He tells the masses that the government under Obama will solve all their problems (and they believe it will happen for free). How is it that conservatives think McCain will compete with that if he can't even exceed a third of the raw vote in Virginia of all places? Virginia is not Massachusetts or New York.

There needs to be a stark contrast between what the Dems promise and what the Republican nominee proposes. That contrast does not come from John McCain. Obama and Clinton oppose the Bush Tax Cuts - so did McCain (until he wanted the Republican nomination).

Republicans need to stop staring at the POW piece of McCain's past - we're aware of that, it's honorable, but it's not going to win this election. Remember also the McCain-Feingold and McCain-Kennedy pieces of his past. This man is only conservative when it is convenient.

By contrast, Mike Huckabee is a true conservative who has in Arkansas a demonstrated record of attracting non-Republican voters as well as Republicans. He is the only remaining candidate with any experience at all as an executive. His FairTax is a stark contrast to the Democrats' increased taxing and spending. His consistent stand for the Sanctity of Life is well-known - only he favors amending the Constitution to preserve the life of unborn children. Mike Huckabee, not John McCain, opposes the Brady Bill's imposition on 2nd Amendment Rights. Mike Huckabee, not John McCain, has defeated the Clinton machine in Arkansas four times. Mike Huckabee, not John McCain, can communicate, inspire, and motivate on par with Barack Obama.

If Republicans really want to win the White House, time is running short. The time is now to support Mike Huckabee.

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Tomorrow's Hope

WarrenPiece has produced another impressive video.

I like the mention of "former favorites who quit the race" and how he notes that the pundits "preferred their own projections above election results".

Thursday, February 07, 2008

Romney Suspends Campaign

Mitt Romney tired of spending his millions and today he has left the active campaign for the Republican nomination.

Conservatives now need to rally around Gov. Huckabee and support him unless they're ready to hand the reins of the Republican Party to Sen. McCain.

To contrast Gov. Huckabee with Sen. McCain:
* Huckabee has a tough immigration policy... McCain has supported amnesty programs and continues to be soft on illegal immigration.
* Huckabee supports the FairTax... McCain supports the IRS.
* Huckabee wants to bring change to the Washington establishment... McCain embodies the Washington establishment.
* Huckabee supports amending the constitution to preserve the sanctity of life... McCain does not.
* Huckabee supports a Veterans' Bill of Rights... honestly, I'm not yet familiar with what McCain proposes to DO for other veterans.

* McCain co-wrote the present campaign "reform" bill (with Diane Feingold) which constrains the political speech of groups of voters with common interests. It also tilts Presidential campaigns significantly in favor of those who are either independently wealthy or those who have campaign funds remaining from previous federal campaigns (like long-time senators). So he wrote himself a downhill path toward the nomination.

So let's step in and help Gov. Huckabee to rally and win the Republican nomination. Gov. Huckabee needs your donation to get his conservative message out to the states which still have yet to vote. Click here to join that effort.

Friday, February 01, 2008