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$9M in attack ads have been used again Gingrich in Iowa. And this is only the beginning...
http://thinkprogress.org/politics/2012/ ... rpacs-bad/

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Has Fox News said if they are going to have Huckabee on tonight any? I'm over an hour from home and am trying to get back to watch coverage from today.

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Has Fox News said if they are going to have Huckabee on tonight any? I'm over an hour from home and am trying to get back to watch coverage from today.


This video said that Huckabee is on his way to New York, presumably to comment on the caucus from the Fox News studio.

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Yes, I heard Baier say that Mike will be one of the Fox analysts.

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Huckabee is in New York. He was just on Lou Dobbs show on Fox Business, and get this, he was in studio with Ed Rollins!

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I keep expected Fox to flash "vote for Romney" across the crawler on the bottom of the screen the way their coverage is slanted in favor of him. And look who's at Romney HQ, none other than Carl Cameron! Big surprise there. :x

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Thanks guys! I walked in the house just in time to see Huckabee speak. :)

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I'd be willing to bet that Romney already had a huge number of negative ads made & ready to unload on Huck this go round as soon as he got in...


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I keep expected Fox to flash "vote for Romney" across the crawler on the bottom of the screen the way their coverage is slanted in favor of him. And look who's at Romney HQ, none other than Carl Cameron! Big surprise there. :x

Huck is on now!


Yes, and I think Carl said he was going to be on Mitt's plane tonight flying to New Hampshire and with him tomorrow. Hmmmmmmmm..........


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I thought the Fox coverage really gave Santorum his due.

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The saddest part about this whole night was Mike showing up to give his analysis in a purple tie :balling


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This morning former national campaign chairman for Huckabee, Ed Rollins, was on Fox News and stated that Huckabee would have received 50% of the Iowa caucus vote.

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This morning former national campaign chairman for Huckabee, Ed Rollins, was on Fox News and stated that Huckabee would have received 50% of the Iowa caucus vote.

I still wonder about that. I'm still seeing conservative Republicans talking about how liberal Huckabee is. It takes a lot for me to participate in the Santorum stuff because some of his supporters irritate me to no end! They totally miss the irony of this whole situation. I see them blasting Romney as a liberal and yet I wonder how many of them supported him in 2008 because he was the "conservative choice". :wall Most of them are completely blind to Santorum's weaknesses. I'm only on board because he's the least objectionable of a bad lot.

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juditupp wrote:
justgrace wrote:
This morning former national campaign chairman for Huckabee, Ed Rollins, was on Fox News and stated that Huckabee would have received 50% of the Iowa caucus vote.

I still wonder about that. I'm still seeing conservative Republicans talking about how liberal Huckabee is. It takes a lot for me to participate in the Santorum stuff because some of his supporters irritate me to no end! They totally miss the irony of this whole situation. I see them blasting Romney as a liberal and yet I wonder how many of them supported him in 2008 because he was the "conservative choice". :wall Most of them are completely blind to Santorum's weaknesses. I'm only on board because he's the least objectionable of a bad lot.


Whichever team we are on, we need to maintain some humility. Wonder if I always have on Huck's Team? Santorum gave a strong endorsement of Romney in 2008 but snubbed Huckabee, I believe. Such is politics, it seems.

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