Huckabee Hangs OnIf one thing is clear after last week's Super Tuesday craziness, it's that candidates who seemed to score big want to claim victory as a foregone conclusion, while others who didn't show quite as strongly -- like Mike Huckabee, for example -- want to challenge the finality of the results.
If one thing is clear after last week’s Super Tuesday craziness, it’s that candidates who seemed to score big want to claim victory as a foregone conclusion, while others who didn’t show quite as strongly — like Mike Huckabee, for example — want to challenge the finality of the results.
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AP via Breitbart.com:
Republican Mike Huckabee on Saturday said he won’t quit the presidential race and rejected suggestions John McCain is the party’s inevitable nominee, saying the voters in remaining states deserve an election, not a coronation.
As if to prove his point, Kansas Republicans gave the former Arkansas governor a comfortable victory over McCain in Saturday’s GOP caucuses.
“I didn’t major in math,” the former Arkansas governor told a cheering crowd at the Conservative Political Action Conference meeting earlier in the day. “I majored in miracles, and I still believe in them.”
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