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    • rsmith
    • 25.12.07 | 23:33 (IST)

    "Another ignoramus from a backward state" So, Gary Sutton, from the jealeous country of Canada, who knows nothing of Huckabee or the state of Arkansas, let me clue you in on a few things. I have lived in the state of Arkansas for 17 years, during the Huckabee years. We elected him 4 times here and he was a Republican in a very Democratic state. He did a great job! Obviously or we wouldn't have kept electing him. He raised taxes, true, because 85% of us approved. to fix our roads and schools. And he did a very good job. He got a 4 year college degree in a little over 2 years with great grades [ignoramus?], he was selected as one of the top 5 governors in the USA. Guess what? The "ignoramus" turns out to be YOU! And our state is anything but backward. Former president Clinton came from here and it is the home of Walmart...most successful company in the history of the USA! We are a small state but very significant in our contributions to this great country.

    from the article: Top Republican candidate says supports dialogue with Iran
    First published 00:00 25.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 25.12.07
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