Buried News Uncovered On Mike Huckabee
CHRISTIANS NEED TO BEWARE OF MIKE HUCKABEE
By Pastor Chuck Baldwin
November 2, 2007
With Christian conservatives trying to scramble to find a Republican presidential candidate they can support, some of them seem to be coalescing around former Arkansas governor, Mike Huckabee. Janet Folger, especially, seems to be trumpeting his candidacy. But is Mike Huckabee someone Christian conservatives should be supporting? Not everyone thinks so.
Randy Minton, chairman of the Arkansas chapter of Phyllis Schlafly’s national Eagle Forum, said, “We called him a pro-life, pro-gun liberal, when I was in the state legislature and he was governor.” Phyllis Schlafly herself was even more direct.
President and Founder of Eagle Forum, Phyllis Schlafly, said this about Governor Huckabee: “He destroyed the conservative movement in Arkansas, and left the Republican Party a shambles.” She went on to say, “Yet some of the same evangelicals who sold us on George W. Bush as a ‘compassionate conservative’ are now trying to sell us on Mike Huckabee.”
Even one of Huckabee’s strongest supporters within the Religious Right, Pastor Rick Scarborough, head of Vision America, admitted, “Mike has always sought the validation of elites.” rest of article here.
In the rest of the article it was revealed that Mike is indeed a panderer to liberals as was recently pointed out by one or more prominent conservative radio show hosts. He was called an “opportunist” by someone who worked with him, and it was pointed out that he had made an insane comment as to why non-citizens should be allowed to vote. After a few minutes of hearing these extra clues about who Mike is, I was reminded of an evil “Christian” pastor in a nearby Assembly of God church, who looks a little like Mike, and this pastor is an Arminian. This Arminian was also an opportunist, who recently last year attempted to use a sermon refuting Bill Maher, Oprah Winfrey and I think some other person, to draw crowds. Unlike Huckabee however this pastor was probably speaking against these liberals, being a conservative type opportunist. I have no problem with allowing illegal immigrants to be citizens, so long as they buy their citizenship and learn a few English words, but for them to vote in a country in which they did not give something to get something, not even at a cheap price, is foolish. It’s foolish because many of them won’t know how to speak English, and with no money to at least by translation devices, our work efficiency will be increasingly hampered. Further, we should charge them in order to obtain medicine to defend against the diseases that these immigrants may be carrying.
A genuine Christian, as in someone who strongly endorses Christianity and obeys at least 9 of the commandments, the exception being the sabbath commandment, who reasons insanely, is usually going to be an Arminian and/or a from some cultic type Christian sect, in rare cases Calvinists will say crazy things, but that doesn’t last long after you correct them. There are false Calvinists though who can’t be corrected, and they are easily exposed when put to the test.