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Saturday, August 11, 2007

Where the corn is high

Posted By on Sat, Aug 11, 2007 at 6:36 AM

It's all about our man Mike Huckabee and the Iowa straw poll for Republican presidential candidates today.

Aaron Sadler of Stephens Media has a good report on the Ark. Democratic Party's missioin to record Huckabee on the campaign trail for potential future use. He also was on the trail with Huck yesterday.

Finally, Brummett assesses the Huckabee campaign and sees momentum -- momentarily, anyway. But he still concludes he won't be the nominee. No. 2 on a ticket? Could be.

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