Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Huckabee's flawed logic

'A third party "ensures the election of the one you like the least in the first place," Huckabee, a likely 2012 GOP presidential primary candidate, said.'

'"Whether we like it or not, we have a two-party system," said Huckabee.'

'"Instead of conservatives breaking from the GOP to start a third party, he said, they should fight it out in primaries."'

'"Mike Huckabee, the Fox celebrity, former 2008 presidential candidate, and former Arkansas governor, today slammed conservative third-party efforts as a way to guarantee that Democrats will win. Referencing the House race for the 23rd District in New York, he said that having three candidates in the race took votes away from Doug Hoffman of the Conservative Party."'

What Huckabee fails to realize is that the existence of a Conservative Third Party confirms the failures of the Republican Party to truly represent the American People.

Who are you supposed to vote for if both the Republican and Democratic Candidate are members of the same secretive/elitist group? George W. Bush and John Kerry are members of the Skull and Bones Society. Barack Obama and John McCain are both members or have top advisers that are members in their inner circle of the CFR.

It is clear that the Democratic Party has lost it's mind...but the Republican Party is no alternative. The Republican Party and it's candidates and elected officials have continued to fail and betray Americans by not securing our borders, supporting and funding Endless War, and destroying the Constitutional Rights of Americans by supporting the Patriot Act.

The hellions that are the 'Third Party' sound like what Republicans used to represent. Limited Government, no unjustified wars, sound economic and monetary policy which would begin with Auditing and Abolishing the Federal Reserve, and the preservation and celebration of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.

If America survives the attempted coup by the United Nations and Obama via the Copenhagen Treaty, the Swine Flu Apocalypse, and the impending Financial System Collapse due to the corrupt Federal Reserve, then a Third Party candidate will have a much greater chance to win the Presidency in 2012.

Here are more links and information on the Third Party, CFR, and Huckabee:

"On Sunday, a heckler confronted Huckabee at a rally in New Hampshire, shouting out repeatedly: "Why is Richard Haass, the president of the Council of Foreign Relations, your political adviser?"

According to a report in the Boston Globe, Huckabee first ignored the man and then joked, "Don't make me send Chuck back there!" – a reference to actor and WND columnist Chuck Norris, who has been campaigning with Huckabee.

Security eventually ushered the man out, and the candidate emphasized the fact the heckler had a right to speak out.

"The great thing about America is that we're not going to take him out and shoot him," Huckabee is quoted as saying. "You don't have to agree with the politicians and you can throw them out of office. But if you do like them, you can put them in office."

The candidate did not address the issue of why Haass is one of his advisers

From the CFR's website: :
  • Huckabee has advocated prenatal care for pregnant immigrants;
  • According to the Arkansas News Bureau, Huckabee has proposed a scholarship program for illegal immigrants who graduate from Arkansas high schools;
  • According to the Associated Press, Huckabee criticized a 2005 federal immigration raid in Arkansas;
  • Huckabee has expressed support for illegal immigrants under some conditions;
  • In an interview with ABC-TV's George Stephanopoulos, Huckabee said, "We should have a process where people can pay the penalties, step up and accept responsibility for not being here legally." He added: "The objective is not to be punitive. The objective is to make things right."
  • Huckabee has also expressed support for some type of barrier along the border with Mexico.
"Yet, the Washington Times quoted Ray Beck, president of NumbersUSA, as saying Huckabee "was an absolute disaster on immigration as governor."

The bottom line is the CFR would be unlikely to give favorable attention to any candidate who was truly for securing our borders by building a fence.

The evidence of Huckabee's record as governor, regardless what Gilchrist may say, is that he helped create Arkansas as a sanctuary state, serving the interest of the Arkansas corporations that wanted to exploit the cheap labor readily available from an open flow of illegal immigrants.

This, Huckabee's actual record on immigration while governor rather than his newfound border-security rhetoric, is a record the CFR globalists appear to be signaling the organization is prepared to embrace and promote with increased coverage that curiously coincides with Huckabee's recent rise in the polls"

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