As we close tonight, a reminder that some of our fellow Americans in Colorado have been ravaged by massive floods that have taken the lives of at least 7, left hundreds missing, and resulted in billions of damage to homes, businesses, roads, bridges, water and sewer systems, and land. Of the many types of natural disasters I dealt with as a Governor, floods are about the worst. The damage one sees in the worst of the flood doesn’t tell the full story as much of the ultimate damage of a flood won’t be fully known for months as electrical systems start to fail, foundations start to crumble, support structures weaken, and homes and businesses become uninhabitable due to mold. Let’s not our forget our friends and neighbors in Colorado with our prayers and our donations to the Red Cross, Salvation Army, and other charities.

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    10/07/2013 10:14 AM



    09/28/2013 08:45 PM

    Dear Govr.

    Here is plan:

    Have Congress and Senate agfree to a 90 day increase on National debt and delay Affordable Care Act for 60 days to allow both houses to work out difference and if no agreement, Act unequivocable goes into effect with no changes.

    Please pass on.

    James M. Athy

  • Gay Long

    09/27/2013 01:55 AM

    I've been reading the Old Testament. It seems to me that God is removing His protective Hand from this nation! We need to return to Him! My husband & I have been praying for revival for a couple of years! If we do not return to Him we are doomed!

  • Sheryl A. Cudd

    09/26/2013 05:27 PM

    Mr. Huckabee, I was wondering if you check files of the federal courts or VA court of appeals for suits brought against the VA health Care for wrongful deaths. Jeff Miller is watching one and the way that veteran died is a very good example of the non-accountability of the VA Health Care system. The veteran-Lou Davis died a horrible death at the hands of The VA Health Care System located in Alexandria, Louisiana, 71301

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