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Pass Me Some Authenticity and a Box of Kleenex

Social conservatives who make up a significant slice of the GOP primary electorate now have a more authentic champion on their issues who, they now believe, can actually win.

That kind of “belief” gives a new meaning to the term, People of faith.

I like to laugh at the three-legged stool bit as much as the next, but every Huckabee speech is 80 percent jokes and bass guitar, five percent one line non-specific policy proposals, five percent Fair Tax boosting and ten percent bashing of economic conservatives. Of course, when those he slaps strike back, Huckabee and his supporters invariably start howling about their martyrdom at the hands of nefarious, once again non-specific “elites.” I’m no good at predictions, but I still believe in an America where the thin-skinned crybaby candidate who can dish it out–show me the people Mitt Romney, the guy who believes Jesus and Satan are brothers, has laid off, aside from those poor Guatemalan lawn care workers who became political props–but can’t take it, whose class war demagoguery is incessant, will simply not be the candidate once significant numbers of people voting.

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