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Huckabee believes Obama is beatable


POSTED: Wednesday, March 23, 2011 - 6:40am

UPDATED: Wednesday, March 23, 2011 - 2:22pm

Republican presidential hopeful, Mike Huckabee told members of the National Press Club President Obama's time could be coming to an end for the next election.

Huckabee says, "I think he {Obama} can be beaten. I think there's a likelihood he will be beaten because the electoral map has dramatically shifted. States like Ohio, Florida, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Virginia are now more likely to be in a Republican column than they are to be in a Democratic column. Those states alone turn the election, completely."

Huckabee also said that there is no value in republicans "hacking each other up" when it comes
to competition in the primaries, and he doesn't view
his fellow republican candidates as enemies or opponents.


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I think Mike Huckabee could be the one to beat Obama. I think he is one of the least polarizing figures, if not THE least polarizing, (as much as the media tries to make it that) who 3-legged conservatives* could actually support. Most of all, he's totally right about the map shift. Bye Obama! -not that it won't take A LOT of work. :) ( *what I call the m3= military, morals, money). I just hope he runs and the signs look good to me.

Mike Huckabee has the integrity, knowledge, experience, courage, and determination to beat Obama and do the job needed as president of the United States. Mike Huckabee will be able to make the necessary decisions and take the right courses of action to make our nation once again a world power second to none and unparalleled on the world stage. Through Mike Huckabee's leadership as president, the United States will once again become a Shining City on a Hill.

Mike, I saw your ad on GSN about throwing out the Health Care Bill. Don't we Republicans have an obligation to answer the health care questions of "Who gets health insurance?" and "Who pays for it?" With our victories in 2010, come a fantastic opportunity to "fix" health care for the future. There is know doubt that health care is a major problem facing America. Shouldn't we be the party that builds health care for Americans, instead of the destroys it? What is your opinion?

Yes, I also happen to think that Pres. Obama could be dethroned in 2012. Moreover, I think that the best presidential candidate to defeat President Obama is Gov. Mike Huckabee.

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