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Huckabee at 2015 Family Leadership Summit
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Author:  christopher.wilkerson [ Wed Jul 22, 2015 10:13 pm ]
Post subject:  Huckabee at 2015 Family Leadership Summit

Trump got all the press from this event... i haven't heard any of what any other candidates said.


Author:  Peter [ Thu Jul 23, 2015 6:29 am ]
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Splendid appearance by Gov. Huckabee.

Author:  Miranda [ Thu Jul 23, 2015 6:13 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Huckabee at 2015 Family Leadership Summit

christopher.wilkerson wrote:
Trump got all the press from this event... i haven't heard any of what any other candidates said.



I wonder if the silence concerning the other candidates is intentional on the part of the media.

I've not heard the others, but regardless... very well done by Governor Huckabee.

Author:  justgrace [ Fri Jul 24, 2015 8:05 am ]
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Huckabee did an impressive job. There were numerous ovations, including a couple of standing ovations. Luntz was the moderator, and I think he was a bit taken aback by how well Gov. Huckabee did, especially when he took the cue to use his last minute to present himself as best candidate for the race. Huckabee rose and gave an excellent summation of why we need this man for President. May God grant this to become a fact, for it will take His help to go the full distance, protected from a rabid press that hates conservatives and--more than before--conservative Christians.

Author:  juditupp [ Tue Jul 28, 2015 6:51 pm ]
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I am baffled that a so called "family leadership" meeting would highlight Trump so heavily. May I point out that he's exactly what is wrong with the state of the family in this country? Are these people aware that he's traded in a wife for a younger model, not once, but twice? Then he has the unmitigated gall to say he doesn't think he needs forgiveness for anything?? At least Gingrich had the good sense to acknowledge the wrong he did in his previous two marriages. Does a person have to be a committed Christian to be a viable Republican candidate? Maybe not but the family leadership summit is supposed to be speaking to the Christian conservative wing of the Republican party and the reaction among the attendees leads me to believe many "Christians" in this country worship mammon not Christ.

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