Mike Huckabee: “Barack Obama’s Permanent Campaign”

The following is the latest message from HuckAPAC and Governor MIke Huckabee:  

Barack Obama isn’t even sworn in and he is already thinking about the future. I encourage you to watch this Obama campaign video which we posted on the Huck PAC website. Political reporter Ben Smith correctly called this a “permanent campaign.” This is unprecedented and troubling.

Conservatives nationwide need to organize and do so quickly, or we will be facing the prospect of a permanent liberal Majority in control of our Government for some time to come.

America can’t afford their big government, higher taxes and social ideas. So please help us today. Find three friends and ask them to join the National Volunteer Team by signing up at www.huckpacvolunteer.com. If you haven’t joined yet, I encourage you to do so.

And then, please make a contribution of $5 or more to help us fund this team of Volunteers. To date, over 2,400 volunteers have signed up and our goal is 3,000 by the end of January. We are counting on the support of individuals. Our goal is to raise an additional $25,000 this month online to help fund the promotion of this Volunteer team and make the changes we plan for our website. We are $16,000 short of this goal.  Please help us close this financial gap today at www.huckpac.com/contribute.

After you watch the video, please leave a comment and tell me what you think.

Fighting for our conservative ideas, 

Mike Huckabee

P.S.  Please help us close our financial shortfall with a contribution of $5 or more today.  If you prefer to contribute by mail please click here.

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