Preacher Huckabee

Mother Jones has a new article about Mike Huckabee, Huckabee Hides His Full Gospel?

The question is, if elected President, how much would Huckabee inject his faith into his policy?

Huckabee won't release his sermons, but there's plenty of other clues. This comment he made while Governor in 1997 is pretty telling:

[T]hat year, Huckabee refused to sign legislation to assist storm victims because the measure referred to tornadoes and floods as "acts of God." Putting his name on such legislation, Huckabee explained, "would be violating my own conscience" due to the bill equating "a destructive and deadly force" as "an act of God."

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    by Jen M on Mon Dec 10, 2007 at 08:34:38 PM EST
    acts of nature, right? I agree.

    Don't mean I wouldn't sign it. If people need help, just do it. Quible about what's PC later.