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Why Huckabee is a scary, scary candidate

January 15, 2008 9:42 pm

Well, one reason.

Because “some contemporary view of how we treat each other” is clearly a bad thing when the contemporary view actually offers tolerance and acceptance of different lifestyles.

And to demonstrate the fluidity of contemporary views, he offers us Religion? Which stands as a king in the hall of the most divisive, most often re-interpreted concepts in human history.

Huckabee, keep your narrow-minded mits off the Constitution.

4 Responses to “Why Huckabee is a scary, scary candidate”

Pug wrote a comment on January 15, 2008

As little consolation as this is, at least the president has no such power, Congress is unlikely to go along with it and even if Congress does it’d be difficult to get 26 states to vote such an amendment into law. At least right now.

Odette wrote a comment on January 15, 2008

Hey, now! No voice of reason allowed during an election year!

(But yes. Good point.)

(But still. If this is how he talks now, it is an indication of the sort of president he would be: how he might act, react, and represent us to the rest of the world.)

Carmen wrote a comment on January 27, 2008

When I mentioned this quote to my parents on the phone last night, they went, “That’s exactly right!”

…. *facepalm*.

Odette wrote a comment on January 28, 2008

*hugs* for Carmen.

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