The Huckabee decade | Arkansas Blog

Monday, July 17, 2006

The Huckabee decade

Posted By on Mon, Jul 17, 2006 at 6:20 AM

I'm back home and trying to get adjusted to the central time zone. First, some catchup. Warwick earlier posted James Jefferson's articles for Stephens Media this weekend on Huckabee's decade as governor, as the D-G did. The interesting part to me was the sidebar on Huckabee's legacy for the Republican Party. Was his strictly a personal achievement? Or did it advance the party?

And wasn't this an interesting comment by the governor in his tribute to Rockefeller:

“Had [Rockefeller ] remained healthy, I am convinced that he would have succeeded me as governor.”


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