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Saturday, November 10, 2007

In praise of Huckabee

Posted By on Sat, Nov 10, 2007 at 4:21 AM

John Brummett gives the former governor a money quote or three for his campaign literature.(I'd agree with some of this, by the way, but argue that there are grounds for criticism of substance and management, as well as style.) And legislative leadership is sometimes overlooked in the honor roll of achievements, from the car tag process (which legislators kick-started after Huckabee's own proposal languished) to child health insurance and the rest. But Brummett is right. What the locals think will be of scant influence on the national press.

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