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Mike Huckabee - Creationist Wacko

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Mike Fuckabee, I mean... Huckabee wants to be the head of the most powerful nation in the world, but does not accept overwhelming fact and supporting evidence. We already had a president like that and we don't need another. We already know he doesn't support abortion and thinks the united states was founded on christian principles, one can only come to an educated guess on his opinions for stem cell research and climate destabilization.

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Old 01-10-2008, 01:32 AM MisterKinish is offline  
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Wow, he's almost as crazy was Ron Paul.
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Mike Fuckabee, I mean... Huckabee wants to be the head of the most powerful nation in the world, but does not accept overwhelming fact and supporting evidence. We already had a president like that and we don't need another. .

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You've had more than just one.....from Washington , through Lincoln, Kennedy, Reagan, they all believed in Creation.
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I bet if anyone here went to an Obama speech at a church and asked him the same fucking question he'd say he believes in god too.
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Mike Hucklebee, just another democrat in disguise.

During his 10 years as governor of Arkansas he raised more taxes than Clinton did during his 12 years.
http://www.taxhikemike.org/

He also supported illegal immigration in his state for the benefit of Tyson chicken. The federal government did some ICE raids on a few of their chicken plants and Huckabee openly denounced it. At the time, he also had an education program in place that gave
free in-state tuition to illegals.
http://www.alipac.us/article-2786-thread-1-0.html

Mike Hucklebee has already named Richard Haas his foreign policy adviser.

I suggest you all go check out his fan site at
http://www.mikehuckabeeforum.com

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And yet you're a fanatic Ron Paul supporter. How do you reconcile the two?
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And yet you're a fanatic Ron Paul supporter. How do you reconcile the two?

Ron Paul won't let his religious views alter his political views, whereas with Huckabee they are supposedly the same. However, I think Huckabee is a lying dirtbag.
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And yet you're a fanatic Ron Paul supporter. How do you reconcile the two?

Ron Paul has a 20 year voting record in congress that is nearly perfect. He has never voted to raise taxes or for anything unconstitutional.

He has never flip-flopped or been caught lying on camera. His integrity is unquestionable and his allegiance to the US constitution makes him better than any of the other corrupt fuckers up there.
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If we had a thread for every creationist wacko in the GOP genmay would likely crash.
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I love how all the liberals here like to pretend that their favorite democrats are atheists too
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I love how all the liberals here like to pretend that their favorite democrats are atheists too

You don't have to be an atheist to believe in evolution.
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I thought he fielded the question quite well. Look at the answer in it's entirety.

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Basically he said he has his own personal beliefs but isn't going to interfere with the education system or anything like that with regard to what it teaches about evolution. What's wrong with that? Being creationist or whatever isn't going to affect your ability to competently deal with domestic or foreign issues. Everyone has their own personal beliefs and biases, but as long as they do their job and keep the best interests of the state in the forefront I honestly don't see why people make such a big deal about this kind of thing. I do agree with Huckabee that it's a stupid question to ask at a political debate. The proper question would have been "are you going to modify the school curriculum to include creationism" or something like that, because it would actually affect people in the United States. Asking him if he believes in evolution is redundant. You might as well have asked him what his favourite pair of pants were, it wont make a difference to his ability to lead.
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I thought he fielded the question quite well. Look at the answer in it's entirety.

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Basically he said he has his own personal beliefs but isn't going to interfere with the education system or anything like that with regard to what it teaches about evolution. What's wrong with that? Being creationist or whatever isn't going to affect your ability to competently deal with domestic or foreign issues. Everyone has their own personal beliefs and biases, but as long as they do their job and keep the best interests of the state in the forefront I honestly don't see why people make such a big deal about this kind of thing. I do agree with Huckabee that it's a stupid question to ask at a political debate. The proper question would have been "are you going to modify the school curriculum to include creationism" or something like that, because it would actually affect people in the United States. Asking him if he believes in evolution is redundant. You might as well have asked him what his favourite pair of pants were, it wont make a difference to his ability to lead.
Uh huh. But what about his Bumblebees?

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I thought he fielded the question quite well. Look at the answer in it's entirety.

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Basically he said he has his own personal beliefs but isn't going to interfere with the education system or anything like that with regard to what it teaches about evolution. What's wrong with that? Being creationist or whatever isn't going to affect your ability to competently deal with domestic or foreign issues. Everyone has their own personal beliefs and biases, but as long as they do their job and keep the best interests of the state in the forefront I honestly don't see why people make such a big deal about this kind of thing. I do agree with Huckabee that it's a stupid question to ask at a political debate. The proper question would have been "are you going to modify the school curriculum to include creationism" or something like that, because it would actually affect people in the United States. Asking him if he believes in evolution is redundant. You might as well have asked him what his favourite pair of pants were, it wont make a difference to his ability to lead.

Here's a response to that during an interview with O'Reilly.

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