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By George Stephanopoulos
"[Romney] could be well be on his way to running the tables in the first several states and if that happens, it's going to be very difficult to catch up to him," Huckabee told me this morning on "This Week."
"I think depending on whether Romney wins New Hampshire and South Carolina, if he should win those two, go to Florida and win there, there may be some folks who limp along for a while," Huckabee added. "I don't see how they catch up with him if he runs the table in those early states."
I spoke with the former Arkansas governor from the stage of last night's ABC News presidential debate in Manchester, N.H. - the same stage I spoke to him from four years ago days before the 2008 New Hampshire primary, following his own surprise win in Iowa.
Originally posted by jerryznv
reply to post by DrMattMaddix
I had to take 18 minutes to watch the video before I commented...but here it is:
No doubt there is a real push in this race...and the push seems to come from the media...and those that finance the media.
Dr. Ron Paul makes things simple enough for my 11 year old daughter to understand...so that leaves me questioning the rest of this country...why are you not getting it?
Anyway...great thread and video...S & F 'ed!