Presidential candidate Mike Huckabee spoke with Fox Business Network commentator Lou Dobbs last night after the FBN’s GOP debate. He graded his own performance and his rivals on the stage for the last debate before the Iowa caucuses.
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GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee appeared on “Fox & Friends” over the weekend to discuss the upcoming Iowa caucuses and how he would deal with the Syrian refugee crisis.
Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, who expects to be crowned as the Democrat nominee, was in Iowa recently on her Scooby Do van tour. While in a coffee shop, she sat down with “ordinary people” to discuss the Middle Class. The only problem with this staged photo op is that the “ordinary people” were actually Democratic operatives who were driven to the coffee shop by Clinton toadies.
I think it’s a little disingenuous at this point. He has had six years to work with Republicans and now he is offering a hand and willing to sit down and work with Senator McConnell and our other soon-to-be colleagues and again, six years we’ve have had that opportunity to work together and move America in the right direction but he has been so disengaged and not willing to work with Republicans or even some members of his own party.
Senate candidate Joni Ernst received help this week from former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee who is out on the campaign trail with her. Ernst is currently 47 to 43 points ahead of liberal Congressman Bruce Braley, a man who would be another vote for Obama’s destructive political agenda.
On October 9, Republican U.S. Senate candidate in Iowa, Joni Ernst, released the following statement in response to recent reports that three health insurance carriers in Iowa will be forced to raise insurance premiums for thousands of Iowans on January 1, 2015 in order to meet rising health care costs under the Affordable Care Act:
Last year, at a forum sponsored by National Review, U.S. Senate candidate Joni Ernst explained her conservative values — including her belief in limited government, and a strong national defense. Ernst, who grew up on a farm in Iowa, is a commander in the Iowa National Guard and has led men and women in combat areas. She has been endorsed by GING-PAC and has a good chance of being the next U.S. Senator from Iowa in November.
GING-PAC endorsed Senate candidate Joni Ernst is moving toward victory in her campaign to replace retiring leftist Sen. Tom Harkin (D-IA). Roll Call recently featured Ernst and her liberal opponent Congressman Bruce Braley. Braley was expected to win Harkin’s seat, but after Ernst aired a TV ad that showed him referring to Sen. Charles Grassley as “a farmer from Iowa who never went to law school,” Braley’s expectation of victory began to slip away.
“Joni [Ernst] would help us retake the Senate, but she’s a special candidate. I wish we had 10 Joni Ernsts running around the country. She’s a unique candidate, has incredible credibility when it comes to service to our country—both in uniform and here in the state of Iowa, and we need to send her to the United States Senate. I’m just imploring the people of Iowa to do everything they can to send her to the U.S. Senate.”
“The problem with America today is that Washington is full of liberals who think government is the solution to every problem. They think that nothing can be solved unless Washington is involved,” she said. “And so they grow our government, every year making it more intrusive and more involved in our lives. Today, government tells us what doctors to see, what kind of light bulbs to use, and in some places, even how much soda we can drink.”