No. 2 with a bullet | Arkansas Blog

Monday, December 10, 2007

No. 2 with a bullet

Posted By on Mon, Dec 10, 2007 at 5:09 PM

Huckabee's national ascent in polls continues. Though nobody on the Republican side is better than the 20s. Could the Republicans be moving toward a contested convention? The first since, .... when?

Huckabee's rise has the Club for Growth desperate (see below). Me, I"ve just decided to relax and wait for the Huck inaugural. Despite Dumond, AIDS, Action America and national intelligence hits, he just keeps shooting upward (with all that, Hard Ball said Huckabee had the second-best week of all the presidential candidates). I"ll have to be content with looking forward to the stories about the duds and diamonds purchased for Janet for the inaugural. 



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