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PostPosted: Mon Nov 23, 2015 4:26 pm 
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This is a good article to read for any aching Huckabee supporter heart. Let's grind on. That moment may - will come, where Huckabee finds his opening - and succeeds, and we will be the more blessed of having stood supportive all along.

Craig Robinson writes about his impressions of the Family Leader forum:

Huckabee and Santorum – Down in the polls but definitely not out
It’s been said to me a number of times from Republican activists of every stripe. Mike Huckabee and Rick Santorum, both former Iowa caucus winners, just don’t have it this time around, and thus, they should take the cue and get out of the Republican race for president.

In the poll-driven presidential campaign that has also been overly nationalized, I completely understand why this sort of thinking is prevalent in Iowa less than three months before people will head out to caucus. While the size of the Republican field has been reduced, it’s still large and cumbersome. And after watching candidates burn-bright for a short period of time before eventually flaming out in the last presidential cycle, voters are taking a more wait-and-see approach to the 2016 race.

Not only is the Republican field large, it is also very talented. There has never been this much competition for people’s support. Whether you favor an outsider, an establishment candidate, or a conservative, there are multiple options for you to pick from. What caucus goers will never tell you is that what they really desire on caucus night is an easy choice. The 2016 Republican race is many things, but easy isn’t one of them.


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Simply put, Huckabee and Santorum may be down in the polls, but they showed on Friday they are not out. The level of content each displayed on Friday night was simply unmatched by the other candidates in attendance.

He is no fool, who gives what he cannot keep, to gain what he cannot lose. -Jim Elliot

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