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  • James Graham

    09/12/2013 02:19 PM

    Mike I supported you in your Primary race for the Republican nomination. But since you have gone on radio I am ashamed of that support. You have given over to that group of naysayers who make lots of money preaching to the choir of Anti-Obama folks. How can a Godly man give himself over to such a nefarious and downright unPatriotic livelihood? You must spin every issue that comes up into some blame ga,e on the President. The only positive thing that comes from that is your bank account. The country doesn't seem to matter.
    Jim Graham, Cumming, GA

  • Shelley Ann Lipowich

    09/12/2013 02:02 PM

    Oops, Gov Mike,
    Radio Today...Sept. 13...AIPAC is NOT a political action committee. AIPAC is a Public Affairs Committee...and is bi-partisan. Does NOT lean left or right. Just Educates Congress about Israel and takes Congress-People to Israel to see the facts. Love you dearly...but...please get this one corrected. Mega ehugs, Shelley

  • Jack Fawcett

    09/12/2013 09:03 AM

    Governor Huckabee,
    This will be short since I know you are a busy man.
    First, I listen to your radio show on WTN when I can and I enjoy it. Keep up the good work. I try to do my part by writing to my Representatives often.
    Second, You say the President lacks wisdom. I say everything he does is on purpose and is designed to further his agenda. The disconnect for our Country is that his goals are not our goals.
    Third, I got your support material for the reelection of Sen Alexander. I'm sorry to say that he is too liberal and has to retire. I am supporting Joe Carr and I believe he has an excellent chance of beating Lamar.
    Thanks for the opportunity to speak with you.

  • Steven Graves

    09/12/2013 04:57 AM

    Hi, this feedback is on your website. I like it a lot better than it used to be. I have another suggestion. You have some dvds on history education for children. I think you should also promote them on your website. I haven't gotten any yet and I would like to. They may already be based on David Barton's research. If not you might consider working together with him. Also Kirk Cameron has a dvd that talks about the pilgrims. It would be great if you could make a video based on the information and historians he talked to about the pilgrims rather than the watered down filtered books you see today.

  • Jim Goodwin

    09/11/2013 09:49 AM

    September 11, 2013

    The images of the attack on our country are recorded in our memories, and, they replay often, especially every time we hear of any new terrorist threat or attack.
    In some ways we are a nation still going through the debris field of post traumatic stress.
    It is interesting to note that today is Bashar Assad’s (Syria) birthday. He was born on September 11, 1965. He is a trained eye surgeon who practiced at St. Mary’s Hospital in London, until his father requested he return to Syria to be the next in line of power after his older brother was killed. When his father died, Bashar Assad took over his father’s position of power.
    Background: Mohammed died in 632 A.D. His religious following split into two groups by 633 A.D. Shiites believe a religious leader has to be a descendant of Mohammed. Sunnis believe as long a person believes in Allah, they can be a religious leader.
    These two groups (and some of their splinter groups) have been fighting ever since 633 A.D.
    Every time the U.S.A. enters this family squabble we enter a no-win situation. We immediately become the enemy of one side or the other.
    Syria is about 70% Sunni, and about 30% Shiite.
    Bashar Assad is a Shiite, but his wife is a Sunni. His very family make up is baffling to both Shiites and Sunnis. Instead of being a unifying image, it is polarizing.
    Much of the Sunni leadership in Syria believe ethnic cleansing by Shiites is the motivation for the continuing attacks on civilians, including the recent chemical gas attacks.
    It is not worth one drop of American blood to try to solve the family feud that has raged between the Shiites or Sunnis since 632 A.D. Some of them have no conscience about bombing each other’s Mosques on a Friday afternoon at each end of the street in any Islamic neighborhood.
    It has not been worth one drop of American blood in Iraq, Afghanistan, or any other Islamic country.
    The U.S.A. has never solved any family squabbles in Korea, Viet Nam, or anywhere else in the world.
    Most police officers know the most dangerous kind of call they answer is a “family disturbance”. The same is true on a global scale. And, our national leaders and politicians seem clueless regarding the lessons of history.
    How many more young women and men will be sacrificed by our nations’ refusal to learn the lessons of history? Please keep all of our military personnel, police officers, and our country’s leaders in your prayers.
    God Bless The United States of America!
    Jim Goodwin