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PostPosted: Thu May 05, 2016 4:17 pm 
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Are you following Gov. Huckabee's lead and are you also supporting Trump for President?

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The Voters Have Spoken
By Mike Huckabee

“It’s all over but the shouting.” ( It’s an old expression that means that the decision has been reached and all that is left is for the public shouting to affirm what has been done.)

The official shouting will be done in Cleveland when the delegates shout out their state’s votes, but last night in Indiana, it was all over. The combination of Donald Trump’s blowout of the Indiana vote and Ted Cruz’s decision to end his campaign put the lid on the nomination. Donald Trump will be the 2016 nominee, and I predict he will defeat Hillary Clinton and be the 45th President of the United States.

Every prediction about this year’s race was wrong. Those of us who brought years of experience and effective governing to the race found that voters were not interested. They blamed everyone from Washington for the mess and even blamed those of us who had never worked in DC.

Donald Trump broke the code, owned the media, and inspired the masses. I will be all in to help him defeat Hillary Clinton and I call upon all fellow Republicans to unite in defeating Hillary and abandoning and repudiating the hapless “Never Trump” nonsense. The dirty little secret is that the Never Trump movement was more about providing high dollar work for the political consultants than stopping the disaster of an Obama third term which is the result of electing Hillary Clinton.

Is Donald Trump as pro-life as me? No. Is he as solid on the marriage issue as me? No. Does his position on Israel come from a deep conviction both politically and Biblically? No. But neither did Ted Cruz’s. And much to my chagrin, the voters didn’t accept my message, but his. I withheld an endorsement during the heat of the primary because it was the job of the voters to select the person they wanted more than me.

All of the giddy speculation from the media about a “contested convention” is for naught. We will go to Cleveland with a presumptive nominee, and we will realize that whatever squabbles we have among people in the GOP, it’s nothing compared to the chasm between us and the socialist, big government approach of the Democrats.

Ted Cruz ended his campaign and it’s time to end the strife in the party. That can start today with our unifying around the people’s choice, Donald Trump. I went into the race knowing Hillary better than the other 16 candidates. I left still knowing her better, but also knowing the other GOP candidates. I’m convinced that Donald Trump is our best hope of turning the tide of the insider political nonsense that has left people seething and being able to defeat Hillary.

Ted Cruz was half right in his campaign speeches when he said that “conservatives are coalescing.” In the end, they coalesced, all right, but around Donald Trump.


http://www.mikehuckabee.com/news?ID=d3549cc3-c06d-49dd-9e64-f8f06fd388c1

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I am #NeverTrump. It feels like God is giving the people of this country over to their own wickedness by allowing two such corrupt and amoral people to be the POTUS nominees in this election cycle. My conscience would never allow me to vote for either Trump or Hillary. Neither stand for the Constitutional nor Christian principles I hold so dearly. I pray fervently that God will have mercy on our country and lead us to repentance.

Christian Blogger Matt Walsh nails it:
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Many conservatives have told me they “hate Trump” but “hate Clinton more,” or words to that effect. Last night, a good number of them condemned me in no uncertain terms for daring to do anything but fall in line behind Trump and his party. “Lesser of two evils,” they cried. “If you don’t vote for Trump, you vote for Hillary,” they insisted. And they were wrong and will continue to be wrong on both counts.


What these people have not been able to do is explain, in clear and rational language, why they think Trump would be superior to Clinton. Reminding me that Clinton is awful doesn’t help. I’m aware, thank you. My contention is that Trump is awful in equal measure. I think the facts are on my side: They’re both elitist progressives. Both pathological liars. Both morally bankrupt. Both narcissists. Both entirely unconcerned about the issues and willing to take whatever position assures them more power. Both Statist. Both authoritarian. Both tyrants, the only difference is that Trump actually ran on a platform of tyranny – promising to murder women and children and squash dissent. etc. – whereas Clinton has to pretend she’s not a tyrant. That means Trump will have a mandate for tyranny that Clinton will, much to her chagrin, not be granted.

These two could not be more identical. That’s why they were such good friends. For God’s sake they’ll both be under investigation for crimes during the general election. Clinton for her email scandal and Trump for financial fraud. It’s like they’re fraternal twins or something. It would almost be kind of cute if they weren’t harbingers of national doom.

It’s true that Hillary is worse than almost every human in America, but Republicans went rifling through a a flaming dumpster and managed to dig up the one guy who could rival her in general contemptibleness. This will be yet another reason why I’ll cringe with shame when I tell my grandkids that I was once a member of the GOP. Of course, by that time the GOP will be a question in a Trivial Pursuit game, not an actual functioning political party. (Question: “Which American political party actually wasn’t joking when it made the guy from The Apprentice its nominee for president?”)


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The Blaze articles, it needs to be known, are products of Glenn Beck, who I once upon a time respected for his patriotism, but who has gone off the charts with his own brand of cultism. He hates Huckabee with a passion. He hates Trump with a passion. And he called Cruz the "appointed Messiah." He has gone crazy with his support of Mormonism and declares himself a prophet. Please realize the source.

Having said that (and probably made a few enemies!), I think we all need to realize that Donald Trump is now the Republican nominee, and it will be helpful to see him as less the devil and more the choice of millions of very decent people. Evangelicals are choosing him 4-1, not because his lifestyle was one to emulate, but because he is strong and very determined to save America's sovereignty and freedom from those of the New World Order that President George H. W. Bush tried to set in place, that Heidi Cruz wrote guidelines for in the CFR reports on establishing a North American Union. They are very effective when they get conservatives to focus on the sins of Trump and not on the similar sins of Cruz, etc. But it will not last, because the Trump movement to make America great again is a very powerful movement. Americans, whether evangelical or not, are most concerned about their own freedom and about that part of the preamble of the Constitution that states it was written in order to "form a more perfect Union [government], establish justice, provide for the common defense, and promote the general welfare,and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity." The goal of the Constitution--"to promote the general welfare"--was meant to help families be able to have jobs, not be overtaxed, to be able to worship in freedom and to have their own property to administer and use without government confiscation.

America, we are in a battle to preserve these Blessings, and Donald Trump is being shown as a strong voice and determined soldier in this battle. Many do not realize that he was educated through high school in a military academy to be disciplined and strong in patriotism. He was recognized even then as a strong moral leader. Let's not hamper him, but pray he will be guided in the right direction by his longtime friend, Mike Huckabee. Let's pray for him and his family, because the forces of evil that want a one-world government and want us to give sovereignty away are powerful and dangerous and will not hesitate to try to destroy the families of patriots, also. Certainly, pray he learns more of what it means to be a Christian, to say things correctly, etc. to repent of sin and "be forgiven." But one of the most valued things he speaks is that he "loves evangelicals" and wants to protect the freedom of Christians to worship freely and express their faith. "You will be able to say 'Merry Christmas,'" he often tells crowds.

Please pray that Donald Trump will select Gov. Mike Huckabee to be his Vice Presidential running mate. He would bring terrific balance to the ticket, as well as be able to work closely with him as a trusted adviser.

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It is an interesting fact that the guy who was a major financier of Ted Cruz's campaign has now moved on to finance Hillary Clinton.

http://observer.com/2016/05/wealthy-cruz-donor-pours-millions-into-clinton-campaign/

Birds of the same feather...

As Ron Paul said on Fox News, he expects the NeoCon-faction of the Republican party to move over and support Clinton.
Well, my take: Bye, bye, off you go.

History will show that Ted Cruz was one of the great con artists toward the Christian right, and that he was not worthy of their support.

There is a lot of disinformation out there regarding Donald Trump, not in the least among the Christian right. Like one of my Christian friends, who says he is a NeverTrumper, and I asked him: Did you ever listen through one of Donald Trump's speeches? And he says: No.

As someone said, I believe Donald Trump is a crooked stick, that God can use nonetheless.

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If I could vote for Romney (and I still feel ill about that), I can easily vote for Trump.

The people who supported Mittens but now can't fathom voting for Trump have shown their true colors.

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I finally realized why Huckabee has such a bond with Trump. :idea:

They both had to fight stupidity from all sides in their quest for POS. The same exact people that fought the Gov in 2008 have fought Trump more than they ever fought to prevent Obama from being elected in either 2008 or 2012. I don't remember the Mitt Romney "Obama is a Fraud" speech in 2012. scratch

Like justgrace mentioned, Glenn Beck has shown his true colors this election. In 2008 he complained that Gov Huckabee was way too religious to be supported. In 2016 he was fasting for Cruz. Don't mind someone doing this if they are sincere but let's be consistent. :wall

Gov Huckabee's appeal in 2008 to many voters was not his religious positions but his "Populist" positions. He was Populist when Populism wasn't cool.

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If I could vote for Romney (and I still feel ill about that), I can easily vote for Trump.

The people who supported Mittens but now can't fathom voting for Trump have shown their true colors.


I felt the same about Romney, although I was more worried about him than I am about Trump. Romney claimed to oppose Obamacare, yet he set Romneycare in motion. Trump wants to abolish the present Obamacare. And Romney was the first to go ahead and instruct county courthouses to issue marriage licenses to gays with just the opinion of a couple of judges. He was much less conservative than Trump is, especially on borders. Trump is actually more like Ron Paul in wanting to audit the Federal Reserve and to make sure the feds are not taking control of trade, etc. Trump is the anti-NeoCon. Cruz is the Bush supporter and employee who was for open borders, more HB1 visas, and the North American Union--if not explicitly, at least implicitly in his work for the Bushes.

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justgrace wrote:
But one of the most valued things he speaks is that he "loves evangelicals" and wants to protect the freedom of Christians to worship freely and express their faith. "You will be able to say 'Merry Christmas,'" he often tells crowds.


If this is all it takes to lead so many Christians so far astray, we may be in worse trouble than I realized.


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But one of the most valued things he speaks is that he "loves evangelicals" and wants to protect the freedom of Christians to worship freely and express their faith. "You will be able to say 'Merry Christmas,'" he often tells crowds.


If this is all it takes to lead so many Christians so far astray, we may be in worse trouble than I realized.


What other choice do we have now, cschande, but to look for and hope for and pray for the positive reasons for our party's candidate to do well for us? Huckabee is out, Cruz is out and not who many of us thought he was. So are all the other 14 Republican candidates.

Sometimes God uses people who are not perfect to accomplish better things for us. That is my hope. He used King Artexerxes to help Nehemiah and the children of Israel to rebuild the walls of Jerusalem in around 50 days. If God uses Trump to protect our religious rights, I would be thankful.

Since Mike Huckabee defends and endorses Donald Trump now, I think we can follow his lead. And if he were to become the Vice President, it would be a real Christian influencing the White House. We are going to have to find HOPE and pray. But we may also have to experience great judgment because WE have turned from God as Christians. There is so much we do not really know. I have been researching the information about the assassination of JFK and realize that George H.W. Bush, Nixon, and LBJ were all implicated in the CIA plot to kill Kennedy. They were deeply involved in the Cuban Bay of Pigs and in Louisiana. My faith in the Presidents of America has been shaken.

I recommend prayer, and that is not a hollow statement.

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cschande wrote:
justgrace wrote:
But one of the most valued things he speaks is that he "loves evangelicals" and wants to protect the freedom of Christians to worship freely and express their faith. "You will be able to say 'Merry Christmas,'" he often tells crowds.


If this is all it takes to lead so many Christians so far astray, we may be in worse trouble than I realized.


It may be enough that he "loves" = respects, appreciates Evangelicals, that is, God's people. And otherwise, policy wise, is on the right track.

No president is required to be a Christian. We are not voting for a pastor-in-chief or evangelist-in-chief.

"My kingdom is not of this world."

As much good as came from the "Moral Majority" etc. movements, it may be time for a time-out for some Evangelicals from the political arena, that is, trying and vying for political influence, and seeing politics as the savior of the world, instead of Jesus, while selling out their principles.

I've stated it before and I'll state it again, for an Evangelical it makes more sense to support Donald Trump than to support Ted Cruz.

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First in response to Peter's original question, my answer is no and for the Trump part NO!

When I decide on who I would cast my vote for it revolves around everything about that candidate, not just on what he/she says or what beliefs he/she may share with me but also more importantly EXPERIENCE and SKILLS for that job!

No matter whether Trump picks Huckabee as VP or not that still does not make up for his absolute inexperience and lack of formal education in government and politics and his absence of clarity about himself. I am not sure from what perspective Huckabee sees this guy as a qualified candidate, but if I had to assume anything he's doing it for all the political reasons than common sense ones.

I won't post links to articles to bolster my post but instead pose one very basic and common sense question instead to everyone to carefully think about: If you were the job interviewer and Mr. Trump was applying to your business for a job and he doesn't have any education or skills in the industry or trade (no government or political education or experience) your business is in, says he won't show you his resume (his tax returns and other relevant items), pops off his mouth like he knows more than everyone, already criticizing your employees and other applicants (remarks about other politicians and candidates) during the application process, but he says he "loves" people in your industry and only uses the punchline that he wants to "make your business great again" but he has no plan how...would you hire him?

And to put it in another perspective with the same example, if you were the applicant with those kinds of qualifications and temperament, do you think you'd get the job?

Remember we are HIRING someone for a job, the highest position in this country, not shopping for something with a 30-day money back guarantee.

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GAVoter4Huck wrote:
First in response to Peter's original question, my answer is no and for the Trump part NO!

When I decide on who I would cast my vote for it revolves around everything about that candidate, not just on what he/she says or what beliefs he/she may share with me but also more importantly EXPERIENCE and SKILLS for that job!

No matter whether Trump picks Huckabee as VP or not that still does not make up for his absolute inexperience and lack of formal education in government and politics and his absence of clarity about himself. I am not sure from what perspective Huckabee sees this guy as a qualified candidate, but if I had to assume anything he's doing it for all the political reasons than common sense ones.

I won't post links to articles to bolster my post but instead pose one very basic and common sense question instead to everyone to carefully think about: If you were the job interviewer and Mr. Trump was applying to your business for a job and he doesn't have any education or skills in the industry or trade (no government or political education or experience) your business is in, says he won't show you his resume (his tax returns and other relevant items), pops off his mouth like he knows more than everyone, already criticizing your employees and other applicants (remarks about other politicians and candidates) during the application process, but he says he "loves" people in your industry and only uses the punchline that he wants to "make your business great again" but he has no plan how...would you hire him?

And to put it in another perspective with the same example, if you were the applicant with those kinds of qualifications and temperament, do you think you'd get the job?

Remember we are HIRING someone for a job, the highest position in this country, not shopping for something with a 30-day money back guarantee.

Thanks for your reply and perspective.

If I may ask a question, from your signature I gather that you were a Perry supporter this time around. Once he dropped out, who did your support go to?

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We have just gone through 8 years of stupidity. I am ready for some common sense back in Washington, DC. It may be a crude and ugly vehicle, but Trump may be the only one who can clean house.

There must be a lot of Republican voters who agree with me. If your resume described you as a "politician with lots of experience" this year it was an immediate disqualifier.

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Peter wrote:
Thanks for your reply and perspective.

If I may ask a question, from your signature I gather that you were a Perry supporter this time around. Once he dropped out, who did your support go to?


No I was not a Perry supporter this election round. I supported Huckabee until he dropped out and then supported Rubio. Though if I had to guess most of the Perry support probably shifted towards Cruz.

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We have just gone through 8 years of stupidity. I am ready for some common sense back in Washington, DC. It may be a crude and ugly vehicle, but Trump may be the only one who can clean house.

There must be a lot of Republican voters who agree with me. If your resume described you as a "politician with lots of experience" this year it was an immediate disqualifier.


I agree we have gone through 8 years of stupidity but I don't agree that Trump is the one who can clean house. The only one that can "clean house" is the people! The legal citizens of this country are the only ones that can clean what has gone stale in Washington through voting effectively for the right group of politicians. Don't expect Mr. Trump to go in there and start telling people "You're fired!" And with all the baggage he has from Trump University to the faux spokesman issue to his three bankruptcies to who knows what else, it goes beyond crude and ugly. Don't expect the people in Washington to listen to what he says if he is elected let alone give him respect. The only thing he has effectively done so far is tap into the pent up anger the citizens have had as a result of the last 8 years and capitalizing on that. It would be a different story if this man has had successful accomplishments to back up his words.

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GAVoter4Huck wrote:
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We have just gone through 8 years of stupidity. I am ready for some common sense back in Washington, DC. It may be a crude and ugly vehicle, but Trump may be the only one who can clean house.

There must be a lot of Republican voters who agree with me. If your resume described you as a "politician with lots of experience" this year it was an immediate disqualifier.


I agree we have gone through 8 years of stupidity but I don't agree that Trump is the one who can clean house. The only one that can "clean house" is the people! The legal citizens of this country are the only ones that can clean what has gone stale in Washington through voting effectively for the right group of politicians. Don't expect Mr. Trump to go in there and start telling people "You're fired!" And with all the baggage he has from Trump University to the faux spokesman issue to his three bankruptcies to who knows what else, it goes beyond crude and ugly. Don't expect the people in Washington to listen to what he says if he is elected let alone give him respect. The only thing he has effectively done so far is tap into the pent up anger the citizens have had as a result of the last 8 years and capitalizing on that. It would be a different story if this man has had successful accomplishments to back up his words.


I am just beginning to learn about Donald Trump. Yes, I have heard all the negatives, but I am much more interested in who he is now. For one, Trump has been married to his present wife, Melania, for ten years. He speaks of how marriage is difficult but worth working on. That is progress. His family is solid and loyal, very nice and polite people from what I hear, with good work ethic and generosity that their father taught them.

And, I am not quite sure what bankruptcies and failures of a university have to do with anything. Why? Because in business, almost 40% of businesses fail within five years. Few can survive, but Trump is a survivor of many economic downturns through the years. He appears to be quite wealthy yet. He is tough, and that may be necessary in this world.

If Trump is elected, we will try to give him respect, and the less we find fault now the easier it might be to come together. Have hope. And pray that Gov. Huckabee will be in a position to help him make wise decisions. God is great!

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I never paid attention to Trump until my guy (Huckabee) dropped out after the Iowa caucuses.

From what I see now, Trump may be an unlikely gift from God to America.

Although he has been cozy with politicians for decades, he has been so for business and celebrity reasons, I believe, not because he had an evil agenda or as an insider.

Although he is a billionaire, his heart still beats for America and he doesn't belong to the Soros-type billionaire class.

Although he has made himself guilty in the areas where humans are most prone to err (infidelity, for example), he has succeeded in raising wonderful children, and even his relationship with his ex-wives is far from nasty (I believe his 1st wife Ivana said he will make a wonderful president).

He is not an ideologue, but is a success-driven pragmatist with a true love for country, and that is why he most likely will be a succesful president. He wants history to remember him in the same category as a President Ronald Reagan.

He is without fear, an absolute fighter. That is the only way he was able to take on the complete Republican establishment and 16 other mostly very well-qualified presidential contenders and still win. If anyone can survive up there, surrounded by all the liberal and globalist wolves, it will be him.
Some ignorant people call him dumb, but he is extremely smart.

He is not a Christian in my sense of the word (i.e., born again), but that is not a requirement for office.

He is also very loyal to those who show honor and loyalty towards him, that's also why most likely Gov. Huckabee will play some role in his administration, I believe - and who knows if through that (whatever position) Gov. Huckabee may come into office himself in a few years?

I pray for Mr Trump's safety, because more likely than not there will be assassination attempts against him.

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Peter wrote:
I never paid attention to Trump until my guy (Huckabee) dropped out after the Iowa caucuses.

From what I see now, Trump may be an unlikely gift from God to America.

Although he has been cozy with politicians for decades, he has been so for business and celebrity reasons, I believe, not because he had an evil agenda or as an insider.

Although he is a billionaire, his heart still beats for America and he doesn't belong to the Soros-type billionaire class.

Although he has made himself guilty in the areas where humans are most prone to err (infidelity, for example), he has succeeded in raising wonderful children, and even his relationship with his ex-wives is far from nasty (I believe his 1st wife Ivana said he will make a wonderful president).

He is not an ideologue, but is a success-driven pragmatist with a true love for country, and that is why he most likely will be a succesful president. He wants history to remember him in the same category as a President Ronald Reagan.

He is without fear, an absolute fighter. That is the only way he was able to take on the complete Republican establishment and 16 other mostly very well-qualified presidential contenders and still win. If anyone can survive up there, surrounded by all the liberal and globalist wolves, it will be him.
Some ignorant people call him dumb, but he is extremely smart.

He is not a Christian in my sense of the word (i.e., born again), but that is not a requirement for office.

He is also very loyal to those who show honor and loyalty towards him, that's also why most likely Gov. Huckabee will play some role in his administration, I believe - and who knows if through that (whatever position) Gov. Huckabee may come into office himself in a few years?

I pray for Mr Trump's safety, because more likely than not there will be assassination attempts against him.


We need to again pray for Donald Trump's safety.

I have become very interested of late about the JFK assassination and how much new media and a tremendous amount of information is available online. The Oliver Stone movie JFK was fascinating. The conclusion of those who have studied the evidence of who killed Kennedy seem to point to a multilevel conspiracy with banking, Wall Street, CIA, the Mafia, and pro-Cuba groups involved. The Bush family, LBJ, and J. Edgar Hoover were most certainly involved in some way, whether with the murder or the cover-up. Kennedy wanted to keep us out of Vietnam and wanted to reach out to Cuba. He wanted the Federal Reserve abolished and issued over a trillion dollars of government notes based on silver. This threatened the wealthy groups.

Today, some of these same entities would possibly kill him just to keep their money train going. Trump wants to investigate the Federal Reserve. He wants to abolish Obamacare. He has some excellent names chosen should he be elected as President.

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For me, it comes down to the Supreme Court. If Trump can convince me that he can be trusted to nominate the kind of judges he put on that recently released list he'll get my vote. I don't like his aggressive support of eminent domain abuse, his heavy use of crony capitalism, his wishy washy standards on all things moral or his heavy handed pronouncements about how we should deal with national issues but if he nominates good court justices it will be worth it. A president gets only 8 years (at the most) to damage the nation. A supreme court justice can hurt us for decades.

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