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Huckabee’s Mexican Consulate Deal

Posted by Fritoy on November 2, 2007

By Jerome R. Corsi
© 2007 WorldNetDaily.com

A lingering controversy over the role former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee played in establishing a Mexican consulate office in Little Rock financed by taxpayers and local businesses continues to follow the Republican presidential candidate’s campaign, even as he enjoys a surge in polls.

Critics in Arkansas contend Huckabee worked with some of the state’s most prominent and politically powerful businesses to draw illegal immigrants to the state to accept low-paying jobs.

Wow, I really had a better opinion of Huckabee than this, who knew he was part of the open boarders crowd.

Update: 11/7/07 9:32pm. Commenter Wickle  thinks I may have been too hard on Huckabee and Wickle is right I was too hard on Huckabee.
I guess we will have to wait and see how this turns out.

Huckabee, It is time for you too go back to Arkansas.

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2 Responses to “Huckabee’s Mexican Consulate Deal”

  1. wickle said

    It might be worth looking at the governor’s response to that story, before you immediately conclude that he’s an “open borders” kind of guy … which he isn’t.

    http://www.mikehuckabee.com/index.cfm?FuseAction=Issues.View&Issue_id=4

    Even the story from WND notes that nothing is confirmed, but only that someone is making an allegation. People make lots of allegations. That doesn’t make them facts.

  2. […] The trouble is who believes him? […]

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