The Washington Post has now taken notice:

How Huckabee Could Rock the 2008 Vote

Clearly second in Iowa polling now, Mike was an asterisk just a few short months ago, hardly noticed, but now, this man is a top tier candidate. The scenario laid out by the Post writer is just about exactly the one I laid out on this blog a few weeks back. It could happen, folks; it could happen!

UPDATE: Look at the difference between Huckabee in March and Huckabee in October, 7 months later. Blip to 19%. He’s climbed most of the hill with little money or backing; now, here’s betting he can climb the rest of the way.

6 responses »

  1. Vigilius says:

    Whoo hoo! Keep on chuggin’!

  2. Hefe says:

    OK, here is a question. Mike is running on platforms that, while noble and excellent in practice, will never materialize should he become president. For instance, the Fair Tax, or Consumption Tax, or whatever it’s called. So what is the REAL workable plan when that falls through? IF his entire presidency is based upon initiatives that absolutely will not happen, than how do I know if he will be a good president?

  3. Byron says:

    PlatformS? Yes, the Fair Tax is a new enough concept that it’ll take awhile to catch on. Besides this, what other initiativeS qualify?

    Further, his record as Arkansas governor is quite impressive.

  4. Hefe – When is the PA primary? Will it be over by then?

  5. jen elslager says:

    PA Primary Info

    Given the fact that we’re such a liberal state, should we hope for an earlier primary or not?

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