Thursday, August 27, 2009

Grassroots Power: Huckabee’s Organization Makes Over 10,000 Calls for McDonnell

Success! Huck PAC volunteers make over 10,000 calls into Virgina for Bob McDonnell. Well done grassroots team as I know MANY HucksArmy members advanced this effort.
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Editor: At least 832 of these phone calls were made by Oklahomans. To join in this group's efforts to take ACTION in turning our nation toward common-sense conservatism, register with the Team Huck Grassroots Volunteers at

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Thursday, August 20, 2009

Gov. Mike Huckabee Sends Message to Oklahoma Supporters

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I am traveling today but I wanted to share with you some important information regarding three phone bank parties in Oklahoma this weekend. This Saturday Huck PAC is organizing phone banks across the nation in an effort to help Bob McDonnell's campaign for Governor in Virginia.

Virginia is holding it's elections this November and between now and then, Huck PAC is determined to identify as many Bob McDonnell supporters as possible and then help turn them out to vote in November. I hope you will participate this Saturday as part of our kickoff. You can find the information you need to attend below.

With gratitude,

Mike Huckabee

Mike Huckabee

***NEW INFO***

Tulsa Call Party will take place at the Tulsa County Republican Headquarters from 10:30am to 6:30pm. We are located at 5840 S Memorial, Tulsa, OK 74145 in the Shadow Mountain Center on the 3rd Floor, STE # 331.

The OKC area Call Party will take place at the OK State Republican Headquarters from 10:30am to 6:30pm. We are located at 4031 N. Lincoln Blvd, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105.

The Muskogee Call Party will be from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at the Muskogee County Republican Headquarters, 1829 Betty Jane Lane.

Please contact Mike Ford with any questions, or if you would like to be a volunteer coach, or to make arrangements to support the volunteers with supplies or refreshments. 918-361-5126 or mford1973 (at)

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Marco Rubio Making Strong Steady Gains on Charlie Crist for Florida Senate

Polling Data Review:
January: Rubio Trails by 53 Points
February: Rubio Trails by 50 Points
April: Rubio Trails by 46 Points
May: Rubio Trails by 35 Points
June: Rubio Trails by 28 Points
August: Rubio Trails by 22 Points

Editor's Note: Also, see: Marco Rubio For Senate

and: Huckabee's Radio Interview of Rubio on WLS, Chicago, March 12th, 2010.

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Friday, August 7, 2009

Healthcare Reform = Elective Abortions?

Mike Huckabee Calls Barack Obama Most Pro-Abortion President in History

by Steven Ertelt Editor
August 6
, 2009

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Washington, DC ( -- In a new video he recorded to urge pro-life advocates to oppose the health care bill and its abortion funding provisions, former Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee calls President Barack Obama the most pro-abortion president in American history.

Huckabee, who remains one of the top three GOP prospects for 2012, said Obama is the “most pro-abortion president in U.S. history.”

“There is almost no person I can think of in an elected position who has had a more radical view of liberalized abortion policies than Barack Obama,” Huckabee added.

“His position on this issue is far beyond most of the people in his own party. Most of the Democrats don't support partial-birth abortion, he does," Huckabee explained. "Most Democrats don't support late-term abortion, he does."

The new video, called "Health Care Reform = Elective Abortions" appears on Huckabee's political action committee’s web site.

Huckabee urged Americans to oppose the government-run health care bills pending in Congress because they have provisions “that guarantee that part of what will be covered will be elective abortions.”

“This is troubling to me,” Huckabee said. “I don't want my tax dollars paying for the taking of the life of an unborn and perfectly innocent human being. That’s exactly what'll happen.”

Huckabee, who was the governor of Arkansas and re-elected by that state to the position, also went after his former nemesis and likely 2012 opponent, Mitt Romney, saying that the health care plan Romney promoted and approved in Massachusetts also paid for abortions.

“Massachusetts is a great picture of what will happen nationally,” Huckabee says. “The Massachusetts model has been a total disaster. It’s been a disaster from a financial standpoint, [and is] about to bankrupt that state.”

“It gives people the opportunity to have an abortion for a $50 co-pay,” he says. “So that’s all that a human life is worth now in Massachusetts - $50.”

Huckabee says it could be worse under the Obama plan Congress is considering.

“The federal government may pick up the entire cost of an elective abortion. Every principled pro-life person in this country ought to be in arms," he says.

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