Sunday, January 15, 2012

Videos of Mike Huckabee Forum 2 South Carolina Undecided

Mike Huckabee hosted another successful presidential forum that has received rave reviews throughout the twittersphere (#huckforum). Candidates were given questions by undecided voters of South Carolina. In their response they were asked not to mention other GOP candidates by name in any negative way. Instead they were to focus on their own records so voters could base their decisions on individual platforms rather than personal attacks.

Mitt Romney

Jon Huntsman

Newt Gingrich

Rick Santorum

Rick Perry

Final statements from all 5 GOP Presidential candidates

Mike Huckabee's analysis of his South Carolina GOP forum

Are you still undecided? Do you think that Mike Huckabee would have run a better campaign than those currently running? Do you think that any of these candidates can beat President Obama in November's general election?

Monday, January 9, 2012

Mike Huckabee to Host 2nd GOP Forum: South Carolina Undecided

Given the success of Mike Huckabee's first GOP Presidential Forum, he will host another similar forum on January 14th right before the South Carolina primary.

This time his guest debate moderator will be South Carolina Congressman, Tim Scott. 

GOP Presidential Candidates will include Newt Gingrich, Jon Huntsman,  Rick Perry, Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum.  Ron Paul is unable to attend.

The forum will be taped earlier in the day and then aired during the Huckabee show 8 pm ET

Here is a preview of what to expect from this South Carolina forum:

For those interested in submitting a question that will be posed to the candidates, e-mail Mike Huckabee at

Saturday, January 7, 2012

Mike Huckabee gives Glimpse into Why His Heart said No

As the race for 2012 unfolds and Mike Huckabee is asked to give his opinion on the GOP candidates' platforms and strategies, Huckabee has given us small glimpses into why he decided against a run.

This exchange between Neil Cavuto and Mike Huckabee shows us one reason why his heart said NO.

Huckabee: "But what's the point if you can't look in the mirror and believe..."

Cavuto interrupts to say "to get to the White House."

Huckabee: "On what terms? And if you get there, and in some way you have to be dishonest to your own heart. Then just remember, that whatever you use to have to get there, is what you will have to continue to use to stay there. And it's just not worth it when it gets down to it. It's easier to walk away from a job that you want than to walk away from your own integrity and character."

Ed Rollins stated that he did have a path for Huckabee to win the nomination. But maybe Mike Huckabee thought the cost was too high and not worth it.

I think this is one of the reasons his heart said "NO."  And in doing so, Mike Huckabee has been able to expand his platform and continue to highlight the principles that got him into politics.