Adam Graham gives his closing argument for why Caffeinated Thoughts readers should support former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee for President.
Adam Graham: Ted Cruz’s tax plan has many nice features, but the devil is in the details. His tax plan would be a fiscal time bomb if enacted.
Adam Graham: Pastor Joseph Brown’s inability to cite evidence how Ted Cruz would be a good president is embarrassing to the Cruz campaign.
Adam Graham: The dishonest and cavalier way Donald Trump has addressed this issue should disqualify him from consideration to be the Republican nominee.
Graham: When facing a movement that’s trying to trample on the conscience of Americans with no regards for any state’s rights, federalism’s not the answer.
Adam Graham: These recordings make Cruz looks like a slick politician and the slicker Cruz looks, the more fanciful his belief he will capture Trump’s base.
Adam Graham: Mike Huckabee (R-AR) has built a solid organization in Iowa and has hope to close strong. He has a shot at beating Ted Cruz.
Graham: Huckabee offers voters a record of accomplishment against nearly impossible odds odds that shows Huckabee has leadership abilities needed in 2017.
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Adam Graham: Former Texas Governor Rick Perry must realize that if he runs an anti-Trump campaign, no matter what happens to Donald Trump, Perry will lose.
Adam Graham: The message from Huckabee on immigration is clear: If he’s elected, the hostage crisis will be over, the border will be secured.
Graham: If Christians are going to preserve religious and political liberty, it’s going to require a lot more humility than has been shown in recent years.
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Adam Graham: The fate of the Confederate flag should be up to people who actually live in the South and decided through real debate and civil discussion.