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Wash. Post asks Is Huckabee Democrats Worst Nightmare? 6 December, 2007

Posted by David Anderson in Election 2008, federal.


 Mike Huckabee‘s rapid rise in the Republican presidential race is prompting concern among some Democratic strategists who believe that the former Arkansas governor could become a daunting general election foe should he secure the GOP nomination

These operatives believe that Huckabee’s profile — former Baptist minister, southern governor, fitness preacher — and self-effacing style on the stump could prove an appealing combination for moderate and independent voters.

“Mike Huckabee is the Republican that probably worries me the most,” said Wooten Johnson, a Democratic strategist based in Louisiana. “Unlike the other Republicans, he isn’t flawed in the eyes of the Republican base. But more importantly, he has a record of being a true compassionate conservative. He will be able to attract those suburban voters that don’t want to vote for [a] Democrat.”

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New polls show he beats Senator Clinton and Senator Obama in Arkansas.  He is dead even with her in the general election in both Zogby and Rasmuessen. He the man.



1. Willaim Landers - 9 December, 2007

Fun with the ACLU
Posted in Uncategorized, American Workers, 2008 Presidential, Worker Rights, Issues, Bad Companies by William Landers on the December 9th, 2007 Edit This
Want to have some fun this CHRISTMAS? Fun with the ACLU. (American Civil Liberties Union)? Send the ACLU a CHRISTMAS CARD this year!!
As they are working so very hard to get rid of the word “CHRISTMAS” as part of this holiday, we should all send them a nice, CHRISTIAN, card to brighten up their dark, sad, little world. Make sure it says “Merry Christmas” on it…
Here’s the Address, just don’t be rude or crude.
125 Broad Street
18th Floor
New York, NY 10004
Two tons of Christmas cards would freeze their operations because they wouldn’t know if any were regular mail containing contributions. So spend 41 cents and tell the ACLU to leave Christmas alone. Also tell them that there is no such thing as a “Holiday Tree”. . . . It’s a Christmas Tree even in the fields!!
Pass this on to your email lists. We want to communicate with the ACLU! They really NEED us!!

American Workers
Posted in American Workers, 2008 Presidential, Issues by William Landers on the December 9th, 2007 Edit This
Eveyone should know this…
Immigrants Over 65

Immigrants 65 or older can now apply for SSI and Medicaid and get more than a U.S. citizen born in the 1920s. For example, a typical American born in 1924 with a median income who worked from 1944 to 2004 receives only $791 a month. Incredibly, the federal government provides a single refugee with a monthly allowance of $1,890. In addition, each immigrant can obtain $580 in social assistance for a total of $2,470 a month. This contrasts to a single American taxpayer who, after contributing to the growth and development of this country for 40-50 years, receives a monthly maximum of $1,012 in old-age pension and Guaranteed Income Supplement. Maybe U.S. citizens who have paid into the social security fund over a lifetime should apply as refugees!
Does anyone have any doubt why our social security fund will be running out of money soon?
Consider sending this to all your American friends so we can all be sufficiently motivated to reverse this situation by getting the refugee handouts reduced to $1,012 and the compensation for U.S. pensioners increased to $2,470. This way, American citizens can start enjoying some of the hard-earned money we were forced to involuntarily “contribute” to the government over the last 40-60 years

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Oprah Winfrey Speaks In Iowa
Posted in Uncategorized, American Workers, 2008 Presidential, Issues, Enviroment, Mike Huckabee by William Landers on the December 8th, 2007 Edit This
Oprah Comes out sounding like a civil rights leader. Her lack of never supporting any candidacy before and her support for Barrak Obama this time showed a favoritism toward him due to his color, rather then his ability. I am very suspicious of these actions and her sounding like a civil rights speaker rather then Oprah the TV host, added to this.

First of all if you truly want celebrity that has shown himself it would be Toby Keith the singer. Toby has many times risked his life and spent his money to bring joy to our troops in Afganistan and Iraq.

My pick would be Toby Keith and John Wayne.

The country needs Mike Huckabee as President and Maybe Barrak as his Vice President.

But if you truly want too change the inner cities you need to bring God back into thier lives. Not religion but a true Christan base that understands the basic Ten Commandments.

2. :: Suzanne :: - 13 December, 2007

I would guess that Huckabee is the Dem’s answer to prayers. He’ll be easy to beat.

3. David Anderson - 16 December, 2007

All available evidence suggests otherwise. He would be toughest outside of Ron Paul for the Democrats to paint as Bush 3rd term. His issues resonate with the people not the elite.

4. William Landers - 29 February, 2008

Phone Conference Today With Mike Huckabee about Smart Trade

February 28th 2008, At 10:30 a.m.

I talked to Governor Huckabee today about my idea of trade deals.

I started with free trade deals with China, for every one dollar we sell them, we are now buying back something like eight thousand dollars.

That deals like that are not working.

I said some talk about fair trade, so some kind of balance accrues with tariff’s.

But I came up with a new deal, I call smart trade.

Smart Trade is for every dollar we sell as a nation to another nation, we do not allow buy back to exceed ninety-nine cents. Allowing us as a nation to make money not lose it.

The fact as a nation we lose money, is not smart. Free Trade is dumb trade. Fair Trade is OK, but allows to much government balancing.

But smart trade are deals that have a preceded profit embedded into the deal itself.

Governor Huckabee said he would look into, and put some thought into the concept.

He is a supporter of free trade and thinks we can compete if corporate taxes are not embedded into the costs of products we produce. Right now that embedded tax is 22 percent.

I do not think it will matter if the deals are made by big corporations. They always seek profit over America.

If the corporations were loyal to America they would not of caused inflation of a higher amount then before these trade deals.

Now that big business put out small business competition the products produced in China and other places are much cheaper then the inflated prices they sell them to the American people.

This action alone is causing millionaires to become billionaires, while the man working so very hard every day is floating the bill.

The real problem is the mark up before the free trade was up to one hundred percent after costs. Now the mark up is over thousand percent in allot of cases, the market is controlled by big business, and no competition is allowed.

We need to change the playing ground. Lets make deals with countries that will guarantee that we will make one penny off every dollars we sell.

That will make it cheaper to make products in the USA in allot of cases.

We still can get rid of the corporate taxes, and the IRS and install the fair tax system.

But as a nation we should never get into deals that we lose money on. Any businessman that made a deal that he lost money in every time would not have a job long. But that would also effect the workers he represents that will lose their job as well.

We are losing our country in these trade deals, while the wealthy are allowed to profit.

The wealthy can just move if the country falls, but the middle class and poor can not.

The theory of trickle down economics is a farce, when they bank eleven trillion off shore or hold onto billions and do not spend most of it in America.

The truth is that these people hoard their money or give it to foundations that spend it in other countries. Like the Gates Foundation.

The effect of this is middle class working Americans are working for less while inflation is rising, and jobs are leaving in record numbers. The remanding jobs are being taken by cheap work visa labor.

We can enforce deals with American companies to make deals that profit America.

So is it time for SMART TRADE???

5. David Roy - 26 March, 2008

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