Monday, July 09, 2007

More good ink for the Huckser

Terry Mattingly, whose "On Religion" column runs weekly in Scripps-Howard papers, writes adoringly of former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee this week. Huckabee should be considered dangerous among Republican presidential contenders and the top "second-=tier" candidate.

Sometimes Huckabee does make sense.

And then there is the issue of corporate corruption, with business leaders drawing giant bonuses while wrecking their companies. Surely, conservatives can agree that this is immoral, said Huckabee.

"I don't see how we can call it anything other than a moral issue," he said. "That's not free enterprise. That's theft."

The point is that religious conservatives are will have to broaden their agendas and be willing to work on new issues, said Huckabee. They can do this without compromising on the essentials.

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