WWW.HUCKPAC.COM

Today, Mike Huckabee launched a new website dedicated to helping people get elected who  share the values of Huckabee supporters!  Here is a little bit about the mission from www.huckpac.com :

Our Mission

Huck PAC is founded on the principles that make America great: Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. Our Republican Party embodies these ideas and is best suited to lead America forward.

Huck PAC is committed to helping Republicans regain control of the House and Senate, regain a majority of governorships and elect John McCain as the 44th President of the United States.

Huck PAC will support Republican candidates who are passionate advocates for tax reform, a strong national defense, real border security, life, the family, less government and individual liberty.

Huck PAC will identify candidates who hold firm to these principles, promote their campaigns and financially support their efforts.

How We Get There

We are relying on you. 

Thanks to your support and hard work, during our Governor Huckabee’s campaign for President these past months, we became known as the team who could do more with less. Now, our goal is to continue our work with the same reputation. HuckPAC We will have a very active online community and will focus on organizing and building a national grassroots organization that turns Republicans out to vote.

Huck PAC will be innovative and will fight every step of the way for the candidates we support. Hard work wins elections and the principles we are fighting for are far too important not to give our all.

Finally, we will be straightforward about our plans and our needs. We welcome your advice and support. Frankly we are counting on it.

What You Can Expect

This is the 1.0 version of our website. As we move closer to Election Day you can expect us to add new features, ask you to participate in new and exciting ways and involve you in our efforts every step of the way.

You can expect the candidates we are supporting to join our community from time to time and share their ideas. For example, a “Vertical Day” for candidates is in the planning stages and will be unveiled soon.

You can expect us to be an active part of our national network. A network that will focus on turning out Republicans to vote and help Republicans win elections nationwide.

Huckabee Ends Campaign : (

Today I am saddened to write that Mike Huckabee has ended his campaign.  He has worked tirelessly to fight for the issues that we care about so dearly, like Life and freedom and faith and the fair tax.  I have never been so involved in a campaign and never been so inspired by a candidate and it was a pleasure to Blog for huckabee these past months!   I will be praying for Mike Huckabee and his family as they determine what to do next!  I pray he will run again in 2012 as I think he is the greatest candidate we have seen in a very long time!   I will continue this blog so you may have updates every now and then on what Huckabee is up to until 2012 and will be ready for the next go round!  This has been an amazing last 8 months since I started supporting Huckabee for President.  Thank you Gov Huckabee for all you have done for the cause of Life and I pray you continue to fight for the issues that define us as a nation!

New Huckabee Ad Running in Texas! LOVE IT!!!!!!!

Separating shepherds from sheep

Separating shepherds from sheep

Janet Folger
Posted: February 19, 2008

There is something this political race is doing that nobody would have expected. Among conservative and pro-family leadership the sheep are being separated from the shepherds.

There are those in “leadership” in the pro-family movement who follow the pundits, the polls or the politicians instead of leading on principle. I could list them, but, well, you already know who they are. The ones sitting on their hands or convening to the candidate of compromise.

Nancy Gibbs had it right in her recent Time Magazine article, “The Evangelicals’ New Clothes”:

So when Robertson et al, ignored the conspicuous apostasies of Rudy and, in his earlier more liberal life, Romney, in order to jump on the bandwagon, they exposed a much less lofty agenda: they just liked their seat at the table; they didn’t want to lose, and they didn’t seem to realize that by signing on with a frontrunner, they were following, not leading, demonstrating weakness, not strength.

As I told one national pro-family leader this week, “You have a voice; you have influence, and this is the moment to use it!” Actually, the moment was months ago as the same Time Magazine article pointed out:

Had the religious right leaders fallen in behind Huckabee early on, when he was a late night joke, they actually might have demonstrated their clout….

The article pointed to one of our pro-family leaders who actually led on principle, Don Wildmon, chairman of the American Family Association. Here’s a few more: Mat Staver, chairman of Liberty Counsel and Dr. Jimmy Draper, former president of the Southern Baptist Convention – both co-chairs (with me) for the Faith and Family Values Coalition for Gov. Mike Huckabee – the only candidate who stands for both the Human Life Amendment and Marriage Protection Amendment. You would think a stand like that would get groups like Right to Life standing up and doing cartwheels – or at least handing out ballot cards. Had that happened in South Carolina, Fred Thompson’s votes would have gone to Huckabee along with the state and the momentum for a Florida win (just for starters).
But it’s not over as some prominent leaders in Texas proclaimed in a press release yesterday:

“(T)he conservative choice in this race is Mike Huckabee, and everybody knows it,” said Kelly Shackelford, president of the Free Market Foundation. “Conservatives across Texas are being encouraged to fold up their values and go home,” said Shackelford. “We’re saying, ‘don’t do it. Stand for what you believe. Vote for your values; vote for Mike.’”

Dave Welch, executive director of the Houston Area Pastor Council, said “The legacy of Texas is to stand and fight for what we believe – even against the odds – as long as there is a hill to fight on. Pastor Rick Scarborough, president of Vision America, added: “God help us if we refuse to vote our values, and we run from the battlefield.”

We heard the mantra, “A vote for Huckabee is a vote for McCain!” Interestingly, the same people who said that are now saying, “Don’t vote for Huckabee. Vote for McCain!” Really? Support the guy who wants to force us to fund medical experimentation on human beings like Joshua and Rachel Hubbard – who were themselves once frozen embryos. Real human beings. Just older than they were when they were shoved in a freezer and vulnerable to policies like those of Sen. John McCain. Just because someone shoves children in the freezer doesn’t mean they’re no longer human beings in need of adoption. “Thou shalt not kill” doesn’t say “unless they’re really small and discarded by people who don’t want them.” If you found a kid locked in a closet, would you justify performing medical experiments on him before taking his life because he “was going to die if nobody let him out of that closet anyway?”

They are rallying to the very guy who wanted a two-month gag rule prior to an election….

Ann Gimenez, whose husband Bishop John Gimenez, a true Christian leader who just went on to his reward, said, “This is not the time to lose our moral compass. Take a stand for righteousness, and don’t deviate from it.” Good advice.

There are sheep, and there are shepherds. Sheep follow the pundits, the polls, political expediency and promised perks. Shepherds follow principle. Gov. Mike Huckabee is such a man. So are those who stand on principle with him.

Help Me Meet My Huckabee Ranger Goal!!!

I am looking for 15 people to donate $25 each and I will match with $25 of my own to help me meet my ranger goal of $1,000 I am $398 away from my goal and with 16 donations of $25 will put me over the top of my goal. Please join me in giving Huckabee the money he needs to compete!

Updade:  I am  down to just needing 134.00 to meet my goal, i still need 6 people to match my $25 to meet my goal!

My ranger code is R394 or you can use my ranger link https://www.mikehuckabee.com/?FuseAction=Contribute.Home&r=394

or if you would like to help my Dad meet his ranger goal, His goal is $100

His code is R21419 and his link is

https://www.mikehuckabee.com/?FuseAction=Contribute.Home&r=21419

Romney Endorses McCain! What a sellout!

This just proves that Romney doens’t really stand for the conservative principles he says he does!  He’s and opportunist and will do anything he thinks will benefit him in the long run!

Happy Valentine’s Day, John McCain.

The GOP front-runner got a big political hug Thursday from former rival Mitt Romney, who in urging his own delegates to back the Arizona senator put him in striking distance of sealing the nomination for good.

Romney and McCain were engaged in a bitter fight before the former Massachusetts governor suspended his race last week during an address to conservatives in Washington — but at the announcement Thursday in Boston the two were like old friends.

“Things can get pretty rough in a political campaign, and in the thick of the fight it’s easy to lose sight of your opponents’ finer qualities. But the truth of the matter is that in the case of Senator McCain I could never quite do that,” Romney said, highlighting McCain’s dedication to national security. “Even when the contest was close and our disagreements were debated, the caliber of the man was apparent.”

Romney suspended his campaign for the GOP nomination after McCain came out of the Super Tuesday contests with a huge lead in the delegate count — but he did not offer an immediate endorsement.

Romney’s backing Thursday could help McCain lock up the nomination faster than initially expected. Romney said he’s encouraging his delegates — which number 280 — to back the Arizona senator, though they’re not bound to do so.

But rival Mike Huckabee, who has 242 delegates, is vowing to stay in the race.

“I may get beat, but I’m not going to quit. It’s just not in my nature,” he told FOX News after the endorsement.

The latest delegate tallies show McCain has 843 delegates, a few hundred short of the 1,191 needed to secure the nomination. Sources tell FOX News that Romney decided to endorse earlier Thursday in the interest of helping McCain gain the delegates needed to seal the nomination and unite the party for the general election.

Romney cited similar reasons when he suspended his campaign last week, saying he didn’t want to forestall the launch of a national campaign and hurt his party by staying in the race. Romney and McCain were in a tough race beforehand, with Romney persistently casting McCain as a Washington insider who is out of step with the GOP mainstream and McCain casting Romney as a flip-flopper.

McCain said Thursday that Romney’s support is a “vital ingredient for victory in November,” and that “We all know it was a hard campaign. Primaries are tough … and now we move forward.”

McCain already had the support of former New York mayor and GOP candidate Rudy Giuliani. But Romney’s endorsement could help McCain in his quest to convince party conservatives that he shares their ideals, since Romney was the GOP pick of several prominent conservatives.

McCain’s recent aura of inevitability has triggered the ire of conservative talk show hosts and pundits, but the Arizona senator has made headway in attracting the confidence of prominent elected conservatives, including House GOP Leader John Boehner and others in the Republican leadership.

Meanwhile, Huckabee’s campaign argues there’s no reason to drop out until somebody has 1,191 delegates.

Campaign manager Chip Saltsman told FOX News that it’s “good news” Romney’s delegates are being released.

“It means they are up for grabs,” he said of the delegates, adding that Huckabee never expected to get Romney’s endorsement.

FOX News’ Shushannah Walshe and Serafin Gomez contributed to this report.

Great Supporter Video!! Enjoy

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