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"I have opponents in this race who do not want to change the Constitution," Huckabee told a Michigan audience on Monday. "But I believe it's a lot easier to change the Constitution than it would be to change the word of the living god. And that's what we need to do -- to amend the Constitution so it's in God's standards rather than try to change God's standards so it lines up with some contemporary view."
The Harris brothers, 19-year-old evangelical authors and speakers who grew up steeped in the conservative Christian movement, are the creators of Huck’s Army, an online network that has connected 12,000 Huckabee campaign volunteers, including several hundred in Michigan, which votes Tuesday, and South Carolina, which votes Saturday. MSNBC
The 2004 survey of Religion and politics in the United States identified the Evangelical percentage of the population at 26.3%; while Catholics are 22% and Mainline Protestants make up 16%. Wikipedia
The Baptist minister knows he faces fundraising challenges but has said money shouldn't be a consideration for voters. He's been calling on big Arkansas donors, including real estate and banking tycoons, to raise money for him. But after the 3rd Quarter, he's still struggling to catch up to candidates who have raised tens of millions of dollars more than he has. Open Secrets
Originally posted by Sky watcher
Relax tin foil hats. He is more than likely talking of getting rid of bad amendments not making new ones. The guy is not bad like you think he is just because he is religious. I know you all want Ron Paul however right now that looks like a pipe dream and he would be the last person I would want in office if a big country like China or Russia started getting hostile with us. Otherwise I like what he wants to do for us.
Originally posted by mizzu
Our founding fathers used the Ten Commandments as a basis for "man's" law.
Originally posted by FredT
the likes of which will make the Bush adminstrations pandering to the religious right seem tame by comparison.