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  • Tony Smith

    09/28/2013 08:21 PM

    Amendment 28

    Congress shall make no law that applies to the citizens of the United States that does not apply equally to the Senators or Representatives, and Congress shall make no law that applies to the Senators or Representatives that does not apply equally to the citizens of the United States .

    Imagine what we could do if everybody passed this around.
    Congress shall make no law that applies to the citizens of the United States that does not apply equally to the Senators or Representatives, and Congress shall make no law that applies to the Senators or Representatives that does not apply equally to the citizens of the United States .

  • scott shepperd

    09/27/2013 01:39 AM

    Governor Huckabee I would like to start by saying I have been a loyal listener of your show for quite a while. I generally agree with you and occasionally disagree but have always respected you even when we disagreed. I still have respect but am very disappointed in what I think are mischaracterizations of Senator Cruz's positions and strategy. One of these happened in a conversation with Congressman Rogers in which you and he implied that the speech on the floor caused a delay in the house receiving the decision of the Senate. In fact according to Carl Rove , who's opinion you seem to value, because of senate rules the legislation had to lay on the senate floor for a certain amount of time and the vote taken after the speech was already scheduled so the speech only affected other senate business and not this matter. Another thing that came up in the conversation was an implication that Senator Cruz would be better served getting behind the idea of making congress fall under obamacare without special help when in fact if you watched his speech he debated exactly this idea on the floor with Senator Dick Durbin. I would also like to disagree with your theory that Senator Cruz was speaking against the house's bill. I think we all know that Senator Cruz would vote for the bill from the house as written, but everyone knows without Harry Reid allowing amendments to the bill except the one he,ll introduce after cloture, if it is voted on on a simple majority vote it passes with obamacare funding. Because he knows they are headed for a 54 to 46 vote without some kind of change is the reason he is fighting so hard. One more thing that I hope you will apologize to your listeners and to Senator Cruz for was a caller from Little Rock on Tuesday or wednesday who if I heard correctly,and if I heard wrong, please play the clip to correct me, said that Senator Cruz,s speech was diarrhea of the mouth. I'm not asking you to apologize for his comment,which you didn,t make and I don,t believe you agree with, but the fact you didn,t point out that it was over the line because I've always liked the fact that you don't let those kinds of comments go unanswered. Thanks for giving your listeners this opportunity for feedback.

  • Debra Mayhew

    09/26/2013 10:01 PM

    Dear Governor Huckabee,

    I heard you speak tonight at the Pregnancy Resource Center Fundraiser in Midland, Michigan and your message was powerful! I watch your show each week, and it was such an honor to be able to hear you and see you in person. If you ever run for President again, I want to work for your campaign!!

    In His Love,
    Deb Mayhew

  • Pamela Wohlschlegel

    09/26/2013 02:42 PM

    Hello Governor Huckabee,
    Both my husband and I are huge fans of yours. However, we are very disappointed that you appear to not understand how malignant Common Core will be to our children, our families, and our country. You seem to have associated yourself with Jeb Bush who is filling his political coffers by promoting this radical left wing agenda under the guise of improving our educational system in America.

    If Bush's assertions were true, why are educators saying that the result will be that our children will be on the order of two years behind now in math and science. Why is it that it is ok to indoctrinate our children, under the guise of teaching English, writing, math, and science, on the assumptions that global warming is fact, that bigger government spending is good, that our free enterprise is a bad thing, that l1st and 2nd graders need to understand that they will have a sexual preference, . . .in essence, a total indoctrination of our children in the progressive agenda.

    I honestly do not understand why you have not studied this and come out against it. If you would like to discuss this, please feel free to call me.

    I would also love to see you have my boss at Citizens for Self-Governance, Mark Meckler on your program. He could address so many issues, e.g., our Convention of States project, our class action suit against the IRS, and why Common Core is the poster child of non-self-governance!

    Kindest regards,

    Pam Wohlschlegel

  • Penny Palmer

    09/26/2013 12:44 PM

    Governor:
    I apologize if you took any of the comments in my email as disrespectful. I have nothing but respect for you as a person and as a brother. I simply meant I disagreed with your point of view regarding Cruz's filabuster and whether it was wise or not.

    There is a huge philosophical divide in this country. Nowhere is this division clearer than in the Republican party.

    I don't believe there is such a schism in the Democratic Party. They are all about big government, socialism and focusing on what our country can do for them. They agree.

    I understand you are a great person and you feel you should be loyal to your party. That is between you and the Lord. For me, however, I am fundamentally a Constitutional Conservative. I will not vote for anyone regardless of party who I believe is devoted to depriving Americans of their God-given rights. That's why I don't vote Democrat. However, I often remember the quote that all that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing. That's why I don't call myself a Republican any longer. There are too many guys and gals who are doing nothing while our country goes down the tubes.

    That doesn't mean I won't vote for any Republicans. My senator is Jeff Sessions. I will vote for him because he stands up for our country.

    I am very afraid, Governor, that the Republican Party is dividing over fundamental issues. As the Bible says, "A house divided against itself cannot stand." People who are moderate Republicans who wish to compromise on the Constitution will, I believe, constitute the future of the party. That party will fail for it will be but a pale shadow of the Democratic Party. Those of us who will not compromise on the 2nd amendment, socialism, abortion, etc. will be labeled as extremists and will end up as Libertarian or in the Tea Party.

    Personally, I have little hope for this country. We have departed from the Lord and cannot be blessed. I have very little hope that the Tea Party/Libertarians will succeed, but I believe there is still no reason to abandon the struggle.

    Respectfully,
    Penny Palmer