Huckabee Presidential Forum 2 – January 14 2012

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    Huckabee Presidential Forum 2 – January 14 2012

    (Program Note: If you want to skip through the introductions, the actual Q&A for the first candidate, Mitt Romney, begins at the 5:00 mark.)

    South Carolina, January 14 2012 – Mitt Romney, Jon Huntsman, Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum and Rick Perry participated in a 2 hour special Presidential forum on the Mike Huckabee show on Foxnews.

    The candidates appered singularly on stage and were not allowed to discuss or attack other candidates, but must stick to questions which were asked by the audience.

    Hosted By: Congressman Tim Scott. Moderated by: Mike Huckabee.


    9 Responses to “Huckabee Presidential Forum 2 – January 14 2012”

    1. eyes wide open January 15, 2012 at 02:14 #

      I wasn’t going to watch this because Ron Paul wasn’t here. I finally couldn’t resist seeing how stupid these other guys were going to make themselves look.
      Ron Paul 2012

    2. Eyes Wide Open January 15, 2012 at 02:19 #

      OK , I see the Fox Propaganda “ticker” at the bottom. I wasn’t going to make a media biased comment ,but since I have to suffer it , here it is:

      PROVEN FRAUD! The MEDIA LIES and they do it in a way to make Ron Paul look “unelectable”.
      Watch: [youtube](Jesse Benton: Ron Paul Is the Best Choice for the American People )[at 2:38] On the screen , in ONE shot , you see 50 Delegates ,when only 40 Exsist ,TOTAL from the 2 elections. And in Later Vids , they show Romney’s Delegates number go even Higher.

      Watch:[youtube](Ron Paul Slams Opponents, Defends Supporters ) at 2:45 shows 40 Delegates Before the NH Election is even started.

      Ron Paul 2012

    3. Wasted my time January 15, 2012 at 02:46 #

      Gingrich is a tool. He says he will do those things that Ron Paul has wanted to do for 30 years ,that are now popular with the people. He never supported Paul when he was in Congress , but now , since people like Ron Pauls Ideas he says he will do them?
      The diffrence between these Politicians and Ron Paul is they says things with NO intention of ever fullfilling them. Unlike Ron Paul.
      Gingrich says “ideas” but now how he would achieve them.
      Funny how Gingrich gave up his Gandi stance. The only reason he had it was , he knew if he threw 1 stone ,he would get 6 back. But props for him fooling people into thinking he was a good guy. lol

      Sorry I didn’t point out Romney and Huntsman’s hypocracy , I couldn’t stand listening to them talk and not say anything with real substance.

      Not trying to be mean but Santorum is an idiot. His speech has improved ,when I first saw him early on , I thought he was “slow”. Him being in the Race is only hurting the only person that can beat romney and obama. Santorum Perry and Huntsman are unelectable at this point , they need to get out of the way.
      He said “need” “need” “need” but not how he was going to achieve it. Typical hot air from a politician. “they” “they” “they” , did he mean him? He talked on and on and on and had no solution.
      WOW he said/implied he didn’t do the right thing because he was only in the senate , he wasn’t the President. GIVE ME A BREAK. Like I said the guy is “slow”. Can’t listen to him anymore.

      Perry , LOL , I almost feel sorry for him , not worth my time , sorry.

      Bias in the follow up. Bias in the Media is intolerable.

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      • Let's Get Real January 15, 2012 at 03:28 #

        It’s funny that you support a candidate that has openly stated he has no real intentions of becoming President and doesn’t envision himself in the White House. Ron Paul is just campaigning an ideology – which is fine – but you really should reconsider your support for somebody that actually has a chance at defeating President Obama and who actually WANTS to be the President! Anyone with half a mind will listen to a Ron Paul dialogue at a debate and hear nothing but pure gibberish – a collection of mumbling and rambling statements that make absolutely no sense. The guy almost sounds senile at times. And you think he could take on Obama in a debate? Not even a chance. Electing Ron Paul in the primary is the equivalence of re-electing Obama in the general.

    4. Marlene Newell January 15, 2012 at 03:39 #

      Great forum.

    5. Richard Westberg January 16, 2012 at 01:22 #

      I like how the woman who prefaced her question to Newt Gingrich with the fact that she voted for Obama was heckled by Huckabee afterward. Forgot what a piece of work that guy is…

    6. NadePaulKuciGravMcKi January 16, 2012 at 12:22 #

      FOX FNC sham show recorded not live
      Huckster’s Non-Debate CENSORSHIP

    7. NadePaulKuciGravMcKi January 16, 2012 at 12:22 #

      FOX FNC sham show recorded not live
      Huckster’s Non-Debate CENSORSHIP

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