Huckabee For President?

Posted on: 3:04 pm, December 22, 2013, by , updated on: 06:29pm, December 22, 2013

Former Republican Gov. Mike Huckabee of Arkansas told Fox News on Sunday (Dec. 22) that he is considering a run for president of the United States of America.

Huckabee won the Iowa caucuses in 2008 before he quit the presidential race.

As for the 2012 presidential race, he skipped that contest.

But with 2016 in the future, Huckabee told “Fox News Sunday” when asked whether he’s open to the possibility of running: “The honest answer is yes.”

Huckabee said the republican party has “a strong stable” of potential candidates and he’ll make a final decision after the 2014 election.

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9 comments

  • Gary Brown says:

    duh .. everyone knows that Hillary Clinton will be the next president..

  • justonemorecat says:

    Anyone ever read “The Handmaid”s Tale” by Margret Atwood? Elect this rightwing nutball and we can see fiction come to life.

  • Huckabee won’t run. He is a sellout who is only motivated by money.

  • Ya, that went well for him last time he ran.

  • Mark Smith says:

    I, for one, would support Mike Huccabee. He is a rational, well grounded individual that understands leadership. He’s a stand-up guy which this country sorely needs. We would get a well reasoned, compassionate leader who will stand up for family values and consider special interests in proportion to the population. From what I’be read about him and heard from his radio and tv shows, he’s got my vote. The country needs someone who will deal with the deficit. If another democrat is elected, this country will face a depression that will make the first crash look mild. We owe it to ourselves but especially the generations ahead to act responsibly.

  • Sarah says:

    Gov. Huckabee can try as he might to be president but he is only filling his treasure chest with money. Once a man has given himself over to Fox News and been an employ, he is not the same man he used to be. He should stick with television as his venue.
    His character is excellent but he is more suited to play Santa or give commentary. His educational field is wanting.

  • D.S. Langdon says:

    Wow,, look what education got us this time, a law degree no less, now we are seeing what socialism looks like.

  • Sarah says:

    @Langdon: Forty-two per cent of our country’s wealth is in the hands of less than a hundred people. Six of those people are from Arkansas. Their employees are not paid a living wage. They are eligible for food stamps. Yes, I have a problem with that.
    Educated individuals genuinely have the propensity to help their fellow man. Some would call it a Christian outlook.
    I genuinely like Mike but the President will he will never be.

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