More on Mike Huckabee

Spunky Homeschool came out of retirement to write a 3 part post on Mike Huckabee:

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

One of the things she points out is that HSLDA, who now supports him for President, opposed his signing of HB 1724 back in 1999. From Spunky’s first post:

“HSLDA opposed the compromise, “Home School Legal Defense Association opposes any effort to increase state regulation of home education and did not support H.B. 1724.”

and:

“Despite Huckabee’s record on homeschooling as a Governor of Arkansas, HSLDA-PAC has endorsed Mike Huckabee for President. But when you consider that he also gained the endorsement of the liberal education group, NEA – New Hampshire, it makes you scratch your head in bewilderment. How did Huckabee manage to convince Christian homeschoolers he’s “one of us” and convince the liberal NEA he’s “one of them” too? He’s pulling a fast one on someone, do homeschoolers want to wait until Huckabee is in the White House to find out which one? Not me.”

This summer, I had written a post about Mike Huckabee where I too questioned him being “the homeschooling candidate.” Looks like I am no longer the only one concerned about this view.

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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Dirk
    Dec 20, 2007 @ 08:01:17

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  2. Jordanger
    Dec 20, 2007 @ 19:35:37

    Just for the record, Huck is earning his wings as a member of the CFR. His foreign policy advisor, Richard Haas, is president of the CFR.

    Huck is nothing more than a puppet.

    And so is..

    Fred Thompson
    Rudy Giuliani
    John McCain
    Mitt Romney
    Hillary Clinton
    Barack Obama
    John Edwards
    Joe Biden
    Chris Dodd
    Bill Richardson

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vo5CZvD3-QM ..in this video you will discover the agenda of these CFR candidates, and you’ll find some pretty scary quotes from Huck’s foreign policy advisor.

    Reply

  3. abrianna
    Dec 21, 2007 @ 17:11:36

    Thanks Jordanger. I thought he was already part of CFR (Council on Foreign Relations), due to his governorship.

    This could explain why he seems to be pushed so much lately-to get him in as a member.

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