Mr. Huckabee gave a rather detailed Sept. 2007 foreign policy address in Washington DC that tends to make the current media items look a bit like picking nits.
His own advisor said he has no credentials.....sounds to me like his own aids are picking nits.You're right though, the media focuses a lot on stupid stuff.......as a Mitt supporter, I'm used to it though--it's been a long year. Be glad your candidate has only been under scrutiny for a couple of months.
As the 2008 elections are upon us, many people are discussing the various candidates' records and statements. I encourage you all to be informed voters about Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney by visiting the following site:http://TrueRomney.comI hope that you will all make a well-researched voting decision.
One hopes that, absent a Huckabee campaign effort to defend itself, the media will counter Romney attacks by pointing out how, at Bain Capital, Mr. Romney used offshore corporations (and continues to) in order to avoid U.S. taxation, and he fee-milked acquired businesses before firing workers and taking them into bankruptcy, to amass his great $250,000,000 wealth. So, when you compare how Mr. Huckabee's visionary FairTax advocacy compares to Romney's interest in the current tax system, it's pretty easy to see who will lead us out of tax slavery - the $265 billion annual tax code compliance costs representing 5 billion wasted hours, annually.
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