“I always get asked the God questions,” he said, adding that “it’s really been frustrating” that people don’t want to know more about his work as Arkansas governor.
Truly, this is baffling. I mean, the Rev. Huck has a track record as a political leader, and it’s hard to understand why people keep asking him about the God thing for no reason. It’s not like he hasn’t been pretty clear on the separation of church and state.
Huckabee…complained that he always gets “the God questions” when he’d rather be talking about public policy, and denied there’s any conflict between his faith and the right things to do as president.
Folks act like all Huckabee ever does is talk about Jesus, but he wasn’t talking about Jesus here.
Anyway, other than those few out-of-context moments, I don’t understand why people won’t let Huckabee focus on what he clearly wants to talk about: secular policy issues.
The former Baptist preacher was asked almost right off if he would be capable of making decisions in the Oval Office that might be at odds with his religion.
“There’s not this glaring conflict,” he said. “Faith helps me to understand what is right.”
See. I think that sums it up right there, don’t you?