Michael Huckabee is saying the right things as he courts evangelical conservative in Iowa, who were key supporters in his victory in the Iowa caucuses of 2008. The ex-Arkansas governor is likely to run for president
again in 2012. In a speech at a church in Des Moines Sunday, he said Iowa voters probably started a national movement when they threw out three state Supreme Court justices who agreed with a decision to reverse a ban on gay marriage, The Associated Press
“The significance and historic nature of the judicial elections here in Iowa were far bigger than the borders of Iowa,’ Huckabee said. “It was a very important statement that voters made, a statement that resonated across the country and one that I think will give legs to a larger movement over the next few years.”
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