Monday, July 27, 2015

Mike Huckabee Is Right, But Gutless GOP-e Join Obama In Attacking Him

I've not been a big supporter of Mike Huckabee as a Presidential candidate, but I will defend him for the attacks he is taking for saying something that is spot-on correct. This is the whole quote in context.

“This president’s (Obama) foreign policy is the most feckless in American history,” Huckabee said. “It is so naive that he would trust the Iranians. By doing so, he will take the Israelis and march them to the door of the oven.”

What is inaccurate about what Huckabee said?  Here's proof from February 2012 (UK Daily Mail).
A website with close ties to Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has outlined why it would be acceptable to kill all Jews and annihilate Israel.
Conservative (sic) site Alef has published a doctrine detailing why the destruction of the nation and the slaughter of all its people would be legally and morally justified.
The doctrine, first reported by, warned that the chance to remove the 'corrupting material' of Israel must not be lost - and that it would only take nine minutes to wipe it out.
And it said it was a 'jurisprudential justification' for Iran's Islamic government to then take the helm.
The article, written by Khamenei's strategy specialist Alireza Forghani, is now being run on most state-owned conservative (sic) sites, indicating it has the regime's support.
Even last November, Iran's supreme leader touted a nine-point plan to destroy the Jewish state. But the United States under the Obama Regime, has rewarded this terrorist, anti-Semetic regime with money and ability to make a nuclear weapon.

Richard Milhous Hussein-Obama attacked Huckabee for illustrating the truth of his Iran deal:
Speaking before reporters in Ethiopia on Monday, Obama called the remark part of a pattern of comments “that would be considered ridiculous if it wasn’t so sad.”
“Maybe it’s just an effort to push Mr. Trump out of the headlines,” he added.
As did the RINO liberal loser Jeb Bush.
"In the case of Mike Huckabee, who is my friend, those words, that use of those type of words doesn't help," Bush told news anchor Jose Diaz-Balart. "We must have a more civil policy in this country."
And what did all the "civility" and "New tone" from the last Bush Administration get us? Liberal lies and endless false attacks on the Iraq War and those who fought it, which undermined the war effort, thanks to that other RINO eunuch Karl Rove, who employs the same "don't rock the boat" tactic that McConnell and the GOP establishment thinks wins elections.

Well, they're wrong. But since when have the Bush, Ford, Rockefeller "country club" GOP ever been right about anything?

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