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PostPosted: Tue Jan 06, 2015 7:04 am 

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Scott Conroy of RealClearPolitics has now a history already of writing non-biased, neutral to even positive articles on Governor Huckabee.

Interesting and encouraging information. Go to the link and read the whole thing for yourself.

Mike Huckabee's Best Friend: The Calendar

By Scott Conroy - January 6, 2015

On Saturday night, Mike Huckabee announced he was ending his eponymous TV show on The Fox News Channel—the most conclusive evidence to date that the former Arkansas governor is likely to enter the 2016 race for the Republican presidential nomination later this year.

Over the last year, Huckabee has reactivated his tight-knit team of advisers and taken several other the behind-the-scenes steps that suggest he is indeed serious about launching a second White House bid after his 2008 campaign soared to a triumph in Iowa and then quickly fizzled out.

Though most tuned-in GOP operatives and would-be political opponents regard Huckabee as a serious potential contender, other Republicans have been quick to dismiss him as a flash in the pan whose chance to make a significant impact on the national stage has come and gone.

Among the frequently cited reasons to doubt Huckabee’s chances: He has been an anemic fundraiser in the past and has an uncertain appeal to the mainline Republican electorate, whose pragmatic tendencies typically determine who becomes the GOP nominee.

Additionally, Huckabee’s record in Little Rock has long come under fire from economically conservative groups, including and most prominently the Club for Growth, which on Monday reignited its crusade against him. And his emphasis on litigating social issues with alacrity amid a rapidly changing culture threatens to make some Republicans nervous about his chances in a general election setting.

Despite all of these weaknesses, however, Huckabee’s principal strengths as a potential candidate are just as compelling, if perhaps not as instantly apparent.


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