Huckabee: “Not the Best Situation to be Touted as a 2016 Frontrunner this Far Out” – Video 8/13/13

Gov. Mike Huckabee Destroys Obama on Benghazi Scandal: “We Learned that our People in Libya Begged for Help, and We, Instead, Abandoned Them” – Video 5/11/13

Mother of Slain American in Benghazi wishes Hillary Clinton “Happy Mother’s Day”: “She’s Got Her Child. I Don’t have Mine, because of Her” – Video 5/11/13

Mike Huckabee Talks with Sen. Lindsey Graham about the Growing Benghazi Scandal: “Worse than Watergate”; “The Dam is about to Break” – Audio 5/6/13

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Gov. Mike Huckabee: GOP Will Lose Part of Its Base if it Embraces “Gay Marriage”; “Evangelicals will take a Walk” – Video 3/20/13

Sen. Lindsey Graham Calls on Obama to “Reconsider” His Nomination of Chuck Hagel for Defense; Says Democrats are “Afraid to Cross the Obama Team” by Doing the Same – Audio 2/5/13

Here is video of Gov. Mike Huckabee on Fox News today where he said about the Obama White House’s handling of the Terrorist Attack on the U.S. Consulate in Libya – “We’ve been lied to.”

“Let’s get blunt, no way to sugar coat this. We have been flat-out lied to. They know they lied. As if airplanes crashing into the World Trade Center were just accidents. Anybody with two eyes and IQ of plant life knows what happened in Libya was not spontaneous reaction to a 13-minute video on YouTube. It was a planned orchestrated attack led by terrorists. . . Richard Nixon was forced out of office because he lied, and because he covered some stuff up. I will be blunt and tell you this – nobody died in Watergate. We have people who are dead because of this. There are questions to be answered and Americans ought to demand to get answers.”

Mike Huckabee Slams Obama on Libyan Terrorist Attack that Killed Four Americans: “Let’s Get Blunt. . . We have Flat-Out been Lied To. They Know they Lied. . . Nixon was Forced Out of Office because He Lied. . . Nobody Died in Watergate” – Video 9/28/12

Here is video of Gov. Mike Huckabee speaking at the GOP Convention tonight, where he made the case for electing Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan. Huckabee challenged Americans to rise up and believe, “We can do better!”

Gov. Mike Huckabee Makes the Case for “We Can Do Better” with Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan – Video 8/29/12

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Here is audio of GOP Rep. Todd Akin telling Mike Huckabee’s radio show today that he wants to make it clear that he will remain in the Missouri Senate race. He did not seem to leave any opening for the chance he will bow out by 5 PM today. He even mentions he is back to where he was at one point in the primary, without any outside support, but does not seem to think that will keep him from winning against Claire McCaskill.

Todd Akin Tells Mike Huckabee He Will NOT Drop out of Missouri Senate Race – Audio 8/21/12

Missouri Republicans chose Rep. Todd Akin last night over two other candidates as their nominee to take on incumbent Democrat Sen. Claire McCaskill in November. Akin won, despite being the underdog in yesterday’s primary, defeating St. Louis businessman John Brunner, and Sarah Palin-endorsed Sarah Steelman. Akin was backed by former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, who made the very effective ad posted above in behalf of Akin that aired all over the state in the closing days of the race. Palin had campaigned for Steelman, and made ads for her as well (posted above). But in the end, Akin won out, and will now try to unseat McCaskill, who has been one of Barack Obama’s most ardent supporters in the U.S. Senate:

WASHINGTON POST: Republicans on Tuesday pinned their hopes of winning back a Senate seat in Missouri — and perhaps control of the chamber — on Todd Akin, picking the conservative congressman to take on endangered Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill in November.

If the Republican Party is to win the four seats it needs to take the Senate, it will almost certainly need to start by defeating McCaskill, who squeaked into the Senate six years ago in a Democratic wave in a state that has steadily shifted rightward since.

In a volatile and heated campaign, the GOP chose Akin to take on McCaskill over former state treasurer Sarah Steelman and wealthy businessman John Brunner.

Unlike in other recent key Republican Senate primaries, including races in Texas and Indiana, none of the three candidates were traditional establishment picks, and each had sought to lay claim to the mantle of small government outsider.

But in the final days of the race, they had sought to appeal to different splinters of the conservative electorate.

Akin received a late surge of support from evangelicals, impressed by his close ties to former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee and his long-standing support for conservative social causes.

In a speech to supporters Tuesday night, Akin prominently thanked Huckabee for his efforts, just after offering gratitude to God.

“The choice is clear in November,” he said, according to prepared remarks. “The big-spending, budget-busting, job-killing liberal or the less spending, balanced budget, job-creating conservative?” . . . Read More

Huckabee-backed Todd Akin Wins Missouri GOP Senate Primary over Businessman John Brunner and Palin-backed Sarah Steelman; Will take on Democrat Sen. Claire McCaskill – 8/8/12

Mike Huckabee often has a real way with words.

Here he is on “This Week” this past Sunday where he likened President Obama to someone “throwing concrete blocks out there to the people who are drowning by creating a business environment where people can’t survive.”

Perfectly said.

Mike Huckabee: Obama “throwing Concrete Blocks to People Who are Drowning” with Disastrous Economic Policies – Video 6/10/12

Here is video of Gov. Mike Huckabee on “This Week” yesterday where he stated what has become painfully obvious – Barack Obama “simply does not understand the dynamics of being a Chief Executive.” Huckabee said Obama had no experience before becoming President and just does not know how to work together with others to get critical things accomplished.

Huckabee is right. Obama did get much of what he wanted passed in his first two years in office – but only because Democrats had huge majorities in the House and Senate. He rammed through ObamaCare against the will of the people. He is ideologically driven rather than being willing to compromise his radical agenda for the good of the country.

Mike Huckabee: President Obama “Simply does Not Understand Dynamics of being a Chief Executive” – Video 6/10/12

Could Gov. Mike Huckabee be the best person Gov. Mitt Romney could choose to be his Vice-Presidential running mate? Some people are thinking so. They say Huckabee would “balance” the GOP Ticket with Romney by appealing to the party’s Evangelical Christian base, and to blue-collar workers. It’s true that Huckabee is extremely popular with many conservative Christians, although not with all conservatives. But he is also very popular in the state of Iowa, which could give Romney more of a fighting chance to turn that state from blue to red in November. He also could help Romney in Ohio where he will need a huge, enthusiastic turnout among Evangelicals to win. I doubt this will come about, but there is a case to be made for Huckabee:

REAL CLEAR POLITICS – Scott Conroy: If Mitt Romney’s most pressing consideration in selecting a running mate is to find someone who can expand his appeal among independents or a critical demographic that remains up for grabs, several candidates would likely fit the bill better than Mike Huckabee.

But if the former Massachusetts governor instead concludes that his right flank is not as secure as it needs to be, Huckabee may be among his best options.

The winner of the 2008 Iowa caucuses remains one of the most popular and well-recognized conservatives nationwide, and his decision not to launch a second presidential run removed what might have been Romney’s toughest competitor on the road to the Republican nomination.

Thus far, most GOP strategists assume that the urgency to defeat President Obama will negate any conservatives’ thoughts about staying home in November. Romney’s primary concern over the next five months, this dominant line of thinking goes, is to make headway with the narrow slice of the electorate who can be won by either candidate.

With that in mind, Huckabee backers are quick to draw attention to the former Arkansas governor’s affable demeanor, lack of pretention, and his up-from-the-bootstraps personal story, all of which might soften Romney’s image and make the GOP ticket more relatable to blue-collar independents.

But chief among the pro-Huckabee arguments made by many former aides and close confidants is that he could be an instant cure for the presumptive nominee’s lingering problems within his party’s base — a concern that his Boston-based campaign may be underestimating.

“Romney is still weak among evangelicals and the faith-based community, and there’s probably no one else in the country who could better take that off the table than Huckabee,” said Mike Campbell, who helmed Huckabee’s 2008 campaign in South Carolina. “When you go beyond that, he’s extremely popular with the Tea Party and with the fair-tax community. These are people that Romney is going to desperately have to have that level of comfort with, and I just don’t think there’s anyone else out there who can balance off the ticket as well as [Huckabee] does.” . . . Read More

Huckabee Supporters Say He’s the Perfect Choice to Balance the GOP Ticket as VP

Those pesky details.

From last night’s “Huckabee Show,” here is Retired Vice Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army, Gen. Jack Keane, telling Mike Huckabee that President Barack Obama was told the location of Osama Bin Laden in the Summer of 2010 – nearly one-year before the raid that killed Bin Laden – and refused to act. Keane said the tight circle who knew about Bin Laden’s whereabouts were concerned the chance at getting him would be compromised because of the White House’s procrastination on ordering the raid. Keane indicated the White House demanded a photo or some visual evidence that Bin Laden was actually there before they would order the raid.

Via Gateway Pundit

Retired Gen. Jack Keane: Obama knew Location of Bin Laden in Summer of 2010 and Refused to Act for Nearly a Year – Video 5/5/12

Here is video of Mike Huckabee reacting to Barack Obama’s “I wasn’t born with a silver spoon in my mouth” swipe at Mitt Romney. Huckabee said exactly the right thing:

“Americans don’t care what Mitt Romney has; they care what they have. They care that their own jobs are disappearing, not that Mitt Romney had a good one.”

He also pointed out that Democrats idolize Franklin Roosevelt and John F. Kennedy, and they were both very rich people.

Via Mediaite

Mike Huckabee on Obama’s “Silver Spoon” Attack: “Americans Don’t Care what Mitt Romney has – They Care what They Have” – Video 4/21/12

Gov. Mike Huckabee today launches his new 3-hour a day radio show that will go up against the same time slot as Rush Limbaugh. His first show will feature an interview with Gov. Mitt Romney. The new show will open today on around 200 stations across the nation affiliated with Cumulus Broadcasting. Bill O’Reilly and Fred Thompson have also attempted to go up against Limbaugh in this time slot, to no avail:

POLITICO: Mike Huckabee launches his new radio show today on almost 200 stations around the country, and he kicks off with a big get: Mitt Romney. . . . Read More

Mike Huckabee to Launch New Radio Show Opposite Rush Limbaugh; Mitt Romney to Appear on First Show – 4/9/12

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