Huckabee Responds to Negative Ads

By Too Conservative



  • t says:

    Just saw Huck on C-Span.

    Praise God for this man.

    I pray that he is our nominee and our next President.

    I plan to be fully engaged in this campaign on his behalf.

  • t says:


    Please bring back the picture of the metro!

  • novamiddleman says:

    Finally the attack dogs have been released

    Keep up the pressure we need Romney down for NH :-p

    Seriously good luck and try and get some sleep at some point

  • rtwng extrmst says:

    Can you share with us what the dishonest attacks are? We don’t get to see these ads in VA. It would be nice to see which candidates are being dishonest about Gov. Huckabee.

  • DB says:

    I love campaign season and the attack ads are the most fun part. I think Huck was able to ride the first wave quite smoothly. Romney looks like a clown for being the first to throw mud, even though everyone eventually does it. The first always looks like the crap he throws.

  • G. Stone says:

    Huckabee is whinning ! the ads in question were simply ads that stated his record. The ads were factual and relevant to this political contest. Pointing out an opponents record via third party sources is an acceptable method of illustrating the differences between candidates.
    A political ad is not negative simply because it highlights previous positions or a candidates decisions effecting public policy that at the present may be at odds with current public opinion.

    It is called living with your public record. Gov Huckabee has issues with his public record as Gov of Arkansas. Many of his previous decisions as Gov are not meshing well with rank and file conservative voters. Pointing out these differences is what campaigns are supposed to be about.

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