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Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Who'd you choose as an endorser?

Posted By on Tue, Feb 14, 2012 at 10:36 AM

WE LIKE MIKE: At least more than Club for Growth.
  • WE LIKE MIKE: At least more than Club for Growth.
The Club for Growth, the anti-tax outfit heavily financed by Stephens empire heir Jackson T. Stephens Jr., has endorsed Republican Tom Cotton in the race for 4th District Congress. Mike Huckabee, long a focus of Club for Growth ire for insufficient fealty to its causes, is backing his former staff member, Beth Anne Rankin.

So the question: If endorsements matter, which one should you follow?

It is an easy choice, if not easy to say — Huckabee. For an occasional dose of political pragmatism, for an occasional dose of populism.

Club for Growth has no creed but greed.

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