Sunday, January 6, 2008

Walking A Fine Line

I've made it no secrete whom I support in this presidential election. Rudy Giuliani and Mike Huckabee. But in doing so, as a Conservative, I have to walk a line because I don't agree with everyone of their views. And the ones I don't agree with are some pretty big ones. Giuliani is, I think, the toughest when it comes to fighting terrorism but he's pro-abortion and I'm on board with Huckabee wanting to do away with the IRS and implementing a fair tax but he wants to close Gitmo. Giuliani supports amnesty for illegals and Huckabee doesn't seem to agree with "you're either with us or your with the terrorists". I can hear some now. "Go with Thompson, he's the 'real Conservative'". But his campaign's dead and he's boring. Plus, he's running for VP. I once stated
That's why I plan to write Giuliani's name in if he's not on the ballot. His views and my views on the subject(terrorism) are damn close. There's no one else out there right now that I would vote for.
But, while I still support Giuliani, I'm moving more towards Huckabee as my guy. That's why this blog endorses a Huckabee/Guiliani ticket. I don't agree with either of them 100%, but combined I think they would be good for the country.