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Author:  ColoradoMom4Huckabee [ Mon May 16, 2011 5:07 pm ]
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My husband just emailed me that Mike will be on Hannity tonight.

Author:  Huckabeliever [ Mon May 16, 2011 5:11 pm ]
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I will not be watching. I do not care to see Hannity gloat.

Besides, I will be watching Dancing With the Stars. :wink:

Author:  ConservTexan [ Mon May 16, 2011 5:13 pm ]
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Is this where Hannity is going to call Huckabee his good friend? :roll:

Is this where Hannity is going to say he is shocked, shocked that Huckabee is not going to run, and that he was actually going to support him? :roll:

Is this where Hannity will repeatedly ask Huckabee about Romney? :roll:

Maybe I will tape it and not watch it until I come on here and y'all tell me that the coast is clear.

I just don't like or trust Hannity. I would have preferred Huckabee be on with Greta instead. She would have been more neutral in her questions.

But, we shall see.....

Author:  Southern Doc [ Mon May 16, 2011 5:14 pm ]
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ColoradoMom4Huckabee wrote:
My husband just emailed me that Mike will be on Hannity tonight.



OK...I guess my day can get worse. :wink:

Great, now I get to see Hannity talk about how great Huck is now that he won't run. And of course ask who does he think is helped most of the real candidates.

At least this time he'll be correct when he speaks of Mike pulling out of Florida.

No...wait a minute!

Mike will be LIVING there now.

Author:  nrobyar [ Mon May 16, 2011 5:59 pm ]
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I won't be watching FOX at all for a while. I don't want to continue to watch Governor Huckabee because I have to start mending so I can get behind another candidate and watching Huckabee will not allow that to happen.

Author:  Huckabeliever [ Mon May 16, 2011 9:11 pm ]
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I switched it over for a second and caught the very end. Hannity said he will try to get Trump's other video and will air it tomorrow night. Then he said that Dick Morris would talk about Huckabee's "big announcement" and about Trump's "bombshell decision". Huckabee's decision not to run was WAY more bombshell than Trump's, Mr. Hannity!!!!

Author:  charleslawlesss [ Mon May 16, 2011 9:19 pm ]
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Ok one thing, I noticed..... Huck said he wouldnt rule anything out for the Future, then he mentioned July, 4yrs, 8yrs..... I think the fact he mentioned July means he may revisit the Idea at a later time this year. He is by no means saying this, but at the same time HE originally said he didnt want to get in until late if you read reports from Ed Rollins.

I think if no one is polling well, and he feels led, his show is down in ratings. There is a chance he may consider getting back in.

Just my feeling.

Author:  IowaforHuckabee [ Mon May 16, 2011 9:25 pm ]
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charleslawlesss wrote:
Ok one thing, I noticed..... Huck said he wouldnt rule anything out for the Future, then he mentioned July, 4yrs, 8yrs..... I think the fact he mentioned July means he may revisit the Idea at a later time this year. He is by no means saying this, but at the same time HE originally said he didnt want to get in until late if you read reports from Ed Rollins.

I think if no one is polling well, and he feels led, his show is down in ratings. There is a chance he may consider getting back in.

Just my feeling.


I heard it as "I'm not saying July, but maybe in 4 years or 8 years". So no, he is out this round.

Oddly, Hannity didn't ask about VP.

Author:  charleslawlesss [ Mon May 16, 2011 9:32 pm ]
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IowaforHuckabee wrote:
charleslawlesss wrote:
Ok one thing, I noticed..... Huck said he wouldnt rule anything out for the Future, then he mentioned July, 4yrs, 8yrs..... I think the fact he mentioned July means he may revisit the Idea at a later time this year. He is by no means saying this, but at the same time HE originally said he didnt want to get in until late if you read reports from Ed Rollins.

I think if no one is polling well, and he feels led, his show is down in ratings. There is a chance he may consider getting back in.

Just my feeling.


I heard it as "I'm not saying July, but maybe in 4 years or 8 years". So no, he is out this round.

Oddly, Hannity didn't ask about VP.



again, Hucks said hes not ruling "ANYTHING OUT" as of right now he is out. No question. Im just saying anything can happen. Why mention July at all....

Author:  jrebe [ Mon May 16, 2011 9:43 pm ]
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charleslawlesss wrote:
Ok one thing, I noticed..... Huck said he wouldnt rule anything out for the Future, then he mentioned July, 4yrs, 8yrs..... I think the fact he mentioned July means he may revisit the Idea at a later time this year. He is by no means saying this, but at the same time HE originally said he didnt want to get in until late if you read reports from Ed Rollins.

I think if no one is polling well, and he feels led, his show is down in ratings. There is a chance he may consider getting back in.

Just my feeling.


I have to agree. When asked about if the door was open Huck said he wouldn't rule out anything. Even Huck knows that the future is unknown.

You know, I don't post a lot on here, but still, it seems like people on here are a little too quick to abandon him. I'm not saying Huck will change his mind, but really? The Iowa caucus isn't until February... What if he did get back in as late as September? Everyone on here seemed so pro Huck until Saturday and suddenly people are trying to convince people to vote Pawlenty, Bachman, etc. when we all have MONTHS to decide.

I don't need to decide yet. Origionally Huck wasn't even going to decide until July or August, so I'm not going to look into anyone else until October, which still would give me several months to decide on another candidate.

It's better to think things out carefully than make rash and hasty decisions.

Author:  Southern Doc [ Mon May 16, 2011 9:56 pm ]
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jrebe wrote:
charleslawlesss wrote:
Ok one thing, I noticed..... Huck said he wouldnt rule anything out for the Future, then he mentioned July, 4yrs, 8yrs..... I think the fact he mentioned July means he may revisit the Idea at a later time this year. He is by no means saying this, but at the same time HE originally said he didnt want to get in until late if you read reports from Ed Rollins.

I think if no one is polling well, and he feels led, his show is down in ratings. There is a chance he may consider getting back in.

Just my feeling.


I have to agree. When asked about if the door was open Huck said he wouldn't rule out anything. Even Huck knows that the future is unknown.

You know, I don't post a lot on here, but still, it seems like people on here are a little too quick to abandon him. I'm not saying Huck will change his mind, but really? The Iowa caucus isn't until February... What if he did get back in as late as September? Everyone on here seemed so pro Huck until Saturday and suddenly people are trying to convince people to vote Pawlenty, Bachman, etc. when we all have MONTHS to decide.

I don't need to decide yet. Origionally Huck wasn't even going to decide until July or August, so I'm not going to look into anyone else until October, which still would give me several months to decide on another candidate.

It's better to think things out carefully than make rash and hasty decisions.



I agree completely with your point about having ample time before anyone has to pick some other candidate for the GOP 2012 primary. I'd encourage everyone to be very cautious not to "rebound" to a quick choice simply as a means of helping them handle their disappointment at Huck bowing out of the 2012 race.

But I don't really think folks here are "abandoning" Huckabee. He himself has said that his answer to running is NO for "this year." Could things change? Sure. Many still hope so by some device or twist of fate or Providence. But Hope and Change is a thin strategy. I understand that the good folks here have taken Huckabee at his word, as they always have. His word was no.

Author:  WhatsNotToLike? [ Mon May 16, 2011 9:58 pm ]
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jrebe wrote:
charleslawlesss wrote:
Ok one thing, I noticed..... Huck said he wouldnt rule anything out for the Future, then he mentioned July, 4yrs, 8yrs..... I think the fact he mentioned July means he may revisit the Idea at a later time this year. He is by no means saying this, but at the same time HE originally said he didnt want to get in until late if you read reports from Ed Rollins.

I think if no one is polling well, and he feels led, his show is down in ratings. There is a chance he may consider getting back in.

Just my feeling.


I have to agree. When asked about if the door was open Huck said he wouldn't rule out anything. Even Huck knows that the future is unknown.

You know, I don't post a lot on here, but still, it seems like people on here are a little too quick to abandon him. I'm not saying Huck will change his mind, but really? The Iowa caucus isn't until February... What if he did get back in as late as September? Everyone on here seemed so pro Huck until Saturday and suddenly people are trying to convince people to vote Pawlenty, Bachman, etc. when we all have MONTHS to decide.

I don't need to decide yet. Origionally Huck wasn't even going to decide until July or August, so I'm not going to look into anyone else until October, which still would give me several months to decide on another candidate.

It's better to think things out carefully than make rash and hasty decisions.


I don't fault anyone for "trying out" another candidate quickly. Different people grieve in different ways. But I do totally agree that I will not be deciding on another candidate any time soon. October sounds about right.

Author:  Miserere [ Mon May 16, 2011 10:01 pm ]
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I don't think it's that folks are abandoning Gov Huckabee so much as taking him at his word when he says, "I'm not running."

We shouldn't pretend as if he's still undecided. He said he's not running to the entire country in a deliberate, planned manner.

Author:  ConservTexan [ Mon May 16, 2011 10:04 pm ]
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Did anyone else catch this, because this made me a little bit mad :x

"The little piece we did at the end was kinda fun."

That statement was in regards to the Donald Trump stunt.

I don't know about y'all, but that was awful inconsiderate to put that there. Huckabee had to of known that many of his supporters would be devastated, and then to add that was almost like a punch to the gut.

I am not happy about that.

Author:  Texan4Huckabee [ Mon May 16, 2011 10:07 pm ]
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I don't think Huckabee knew of Trump's videos. Huckabee told his producer his decision and she put the tape in.

Author:  Miserere [ Mon May 16, 2011 10:11 pm ]
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ConservTexan wrote:
Did anyone else catch this, because this made me a little bit mad :x

"The little piece we did at the end was kinda fun."

That statement was in regards to the Donald Trump stunt.

I don't know about y'all, but that was awful inconsiderate to put that there. Huckabee had to of known that many of his supporters would be devastated, and then to add that was almost like a punch to the gut.

I am not happy about that.


I haven't been on the boards (been out of town) so I don't know how much this has been discussed, but I just need to vent this out.

I felt the same way. First of all, the way the announcement narrative was going I was sure he was leading up to saying he was going to run. I was laughing out loud I was so happy. The shock of the conclusion was made worse by the way it was slightly misleading.

The Trump clip at the end was really strange. At one point I was thinking, "What on earth? Is this an implicit endorsement of Trump?" That's almost how it seemed. The best candidate had just said he won't run and then the worst candidate comes on abruptly. I guess it was more for the general audience than the base (us). Now that Trump has dropped out I feel better about it.

Author:  tdavisjr [ Mon May 16, 2011 10:18 pm ]
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Texan4Huckabee wrote:
I don't think Huckabee knew of Trump's videos. Huckabee told his producer his decision and she put the tape in.


Why? For what purpose? If it's to have a little fun, like he suggested, then I don't think it was a wise move. Actually, I think the whole hour stuff wasn't a wise move from the beginning.

Author:  Texan4Huckabee [ Mon May 16, 2011 10:25 pm ]
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Like I said I don't think Huck knew of the videos until it played. Only his producer knew of the videos IMO.

Author:  tdavisjr [ Mon May 16, 2011 10:33 pm ]
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IowaforHuckabee wrote:
Oddly, Hannity didn't ask about VP.


LOL. That would have been the dumbest question he could have asked. How could you ask a guy who was virtually leading in all the polls for the nomination if he would settle for VP. Actually, if Mike said he was open to it then I would find it very hard to accept his reasons for not running.

Look guys, I know we are all trying to make sense of this; but at this point we just have to let it be. For Mike, this was a very personal and spiritual decision and there is probably nothing we can do or say to persuade him. I accept his personal decision and he said he will support the nominee, whomever it would be since they would be a great upgrade from Obama

Author:  Huckabeliever [ Mon May 16, 2011 10:38 pm ]
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ConservTexan wrote:
Did anyone else catch this, because this made me a little bit mad :x

"The little piece we did at the end was kinda fun."

That statement was in regards to the Donald Trump stunt.

I don't know about y'all, but that was awful inconsiderate to put that there. Huckabee had to of known that many of his supporters would be devastated, and then to add that was almost like a punch to the gut.

I am not happy about that.


Huckabee said that?? The Trump segment was so hurtful and if Huckabee knew that was going to be played after telling us he wasn't going to run then I am very disappointed in Huckabee.

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