James Dobson, one of the nation's most prominent evangelical Christian leaders, backed Mike Huckabee's presidential bid Thursday night, giving the former Arkansas governor a long-sought endorsement as the Republican field narrowed to a two-man race.
In a statement first obtained by the Associated Press, Dobson reiterated his declaration on Super Tuesday that he could not in good conscience vote for John McCain, the front-runner, because of concerns over the Arizona senator's conservative credentials....
I'm late commenting here, but my comment is that Dobson is too little, too late to help Huckabee with any endorsement. I think Huckabee would be best for the job as president, but it looks like the good guys will have McCain this go-round. Huckabee standing strong and holding on in the race does two positive things, it shows that he has a lot of support in states like mine where he did win, this would make a him a good running mate, and two, if he does not get on the ticket with McCain he will be remembered four years from now as a guy who came close and he may get another shot. After four years with Hillary or Obama I fully expect a landslide victory for the GOP in 2012. You should take it that I don't think McCain can win the election because he is too old, and that the USA will still exist as a country by the grace of God after the liberal reign of terror that an Obama or Clinton presidency will bring.
O'Bama....well at least we'll have a good strong Irishman in there, he may not be as bad as I fear.
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Minnow wrote: "James Dobson, one of the nation's most prominent evangelical Christian leaders, backed Mike Huckabee's presidential bid" Oh well! In that case Huckabee is definitely destined for the White House. That right folks.
Jimmy knows he must endorse someone that claims to be christian, he knows Huck is about done, stick a fork in it. That leaves McCain, so Jimmy will endorse him, to keep the Dem's from winning, so will Pat, 700 reasons to send me money, Robertson and Bob Jones There is a man of God, although not perfect like most. I still feel Ron Paul would truly push his belief, not seperate from it as most, to be Pres.