Mike Huckabee brought the house down like only he can.
Firstly, I’d like to take a moment to address what a fine lady named Dorothy Wallis said. This lady was advocating Pro-Life policies and it carried over to Mike Huckabee’s address. Thing is, the Economy is the hot issue this time around, but as Mike said, it’s not like the other conservative ideals no longer matter. We cannot narrow our platform down to just practicing fiscal responsibility; though it may not be a key issue this time around, topics like Abortion and Gay Marriage cannot be discarded from our conservative rhetoric. We must not divide our conservative values – rather, we must secure them as a packaged deal and present conservatism as one whole philosophy on society and governmental policy.
The remainder of Huckabee’s address was general, but given in the sincere manner that only he can accomplish. He commands attention and his presence is rattling. The thing that struck me as wrong is the fact that regrettably, he will not be seeking the nomination this election cycle. Mike Huckabee has been my hero since I was 16 years old and I will always stand by him and defend his positions that are so Divinely inspired.
I am flattered by all of you following my coverage; I may not update again until later this evening after Newt Gingrich, unquestionably the most intelligent and qualified candidate, gives his address. Let it be known that the theme here isn’t Obama-bashing (though it’s certainly the Runner-Up), it’s about conservative unity that we haven’t quite had in a long time, since a man called Dutch led our country to glory.