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“He was, at his own expense, sharing with a limited number of friends.”

"They were afraid not to support me." GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee, in Charleston recently, crediting celebrity supporter Chuck Norris for his campaign's surge to the lead in some statewide and ... via Charleston City Paper

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Laurens, SC

#1 Jan 10, 2008
In checking out Huckabee...I found out that he was just too 'left' of center for me. His views on allowing 'illegals' to stay in his state, when he was Governor & the fact that he was also on the 'left' when the Southern Baptist Convention got split up. He is too liberal for my blood. McCain is also too liberal...his bills with Ted Kennedy & such...yes, he was in the Military & prisoner of war...which was bad, but he is still too liberal. The only person left for me would be Mitt Romney. He at least is not for allowing the illegals to stay & is pretty conservative.

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