It is hard to believe that the Iowa Caucus is upon us already this week – Thursday, January 3rd, 2008 at 7:00pm (CST).   Those of you who live in Iowa who are supporters of Mike Huckabee, please make sure you caucus, bring your friends and family who are eligible to caucus in Iowa as well.

If you are an undecided voter (especially in Iowa) check out this post on the Huckabee blog.  You can also read why I’m endorsing him.

Some stuff you should check out.

Joe Carter  at Evangelical Outpost has some good stuff.  On “Conservatives are Sheeple Too” contrasting Huckabee’s fiscal record with Mitt Romney, and he examines Huckabee’s position on the war on terror.  He then also encourages people to take a pre-Caucus candidate quiz.

Kevin Tracy talks about Romney’s Stake in the Current Tax System.

Kevin McCullough on Dilemma: Mitt Owned Stem Cell Research Company.

For those of you who are Romney supporters.  I don’t want to be negative I really don’t.  I am just incredibly concerned.  He is not the person he puts forth.  His actions do not back his rhetoric.  The only thing that seems to be a core value to him is that he wants to be President of the United States.

Check it out – do research and decide for yourself.  Here are a few videos.

The latest Huckabee ad.

An interview of the former U.S. Senator from Arkansas on CNN.

Governor Huckabee on Pakistan and Foreign Policy on Meet the Press.  He shows a lot of class when he defended Senator McCain.

Same interview with Tim Russert on faith and family.

And a supporter video, that is pretty funny.

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