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January 9, 2008 Archives

GodTube presidential poll

posted by Michele McGinty

Guess who’s winning so far? Huckabee of course, is there any Christian candidate? Though, Obama and Thompson are tied for second Ron Paul is only at 6.5%, I guess the Paulians haven’t discovered the poll yet. (via)

Huckabee’s new Michigan ad

posted by Michele McGinty

Back to populism again: I notice that he didn’t mention that he raised taxes as well and that he left the state with a surplus (which means the tax payers were over taxed).Allahpundit thinks it’s an implied negative ad against […]

The Mysterious Evangelical Vote

posted by swaldman

Though it wasn’t the main story line Tuesday, we did learn a few interesting things about the evangelical vote: Huckabee doesn’t have it locked up. Amazingly, he got only 28% of the evangelical vote in New Hampshire. Are there regional […]

Huckabee’s Weakness Among Evangelicals

posted by swaldman

Get this: Huckabee won only 28% of the evangelicals who voted in the Republican primary. He, Romney and McCain basically tied.

Move by Michigan Democrats to vote for Huckabee in Republican primary

posted by Michele McGinty

There’s a push by the Democrats, who are limited to Hillary, Dennis Kucinich and Mike Gravel in their primary, to mess with the Republican nomination by voting for Huckabee. This is the same group of Democrats who voted for McCain […]

Hillary’s Voice

posted by swaldman

When Hillary said during her New Hampshire victory speech, “Over the last week, I listened to you, and in the process I found my own voice,” I snorted. It seemed odd that after campaigning for a year, she would only […]

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