Mike Huckabee continues to pander to the leftist secularists of the media, like Joe Klein:
Huckabee is a political inconvenience, a destroyer of stereotypes. He is probably best known as the fellow who lost 100 lbs. in a year, and made living well through exercise and good nutrition one of his signature issues as Governor. But the real significance of Huckabee–and, to a lesser extent, Brownback–is that he represents the introduction of a new constituency into the political process: “Second Commandment” Christians, those more interested in salvation than damnation, people like the California pastor Rick Warren, author of The Purpose Driven Life. Huckabee says, “Our church in Little Rock is very similar to Rick Warren’s. We’ve gone from 25 members to about 5,000 in eight years. Our focus has been to minister to people who were otherwise neglected. We built a ministry center before we even had a sanctuary. We held our services in warehouses until a year or two ago.” The center contains a range of faith-based initiatives: welfare to work, job training, programs for recovering alcoholics and drug addicts, a food bank. “We are a multicultural, multiracial congregation, with rich and poor,” Huckabee says. “I play the bass in the Praise band.”
Brownback, on the other hand, is slighted by this deranged leftist kook:
and, to a lesser extent, Brownback
Neither Huckabee nor Brownback has that luxury, and both are languishing in the polls. Is it because it’s early and they’re not well known? Or is it just too much talk of Darfur–Brownback’s cause–and food banks?
This swine impies that the killing in Darfur is acceptable, so long as the Republicans lose the election to Obama bin Billary. Well, if Huckabee were to win the nomination, he might just get his wicked wish. Fortunately, I know Brownback will triumph. As more and more people get a glimpse of the man and his policies, more and more people will flock to his banner. Conversely, as more and more people are exposed to the depravities of McCain and Giuliani- and to the lame conservative impersonations of RINOs like Huckabee- they’ll be forced to see that Brownback is the Party’s only hope of saving America in November 2008.
A long, hard road awaits the Brownback campaign, and the nation in general. But I am confident that our hard work and patriotism, and more importantly the Providence of Heaven- will see us through.