I’ve said all I've had to say on the matter. To recap: I don’t see him as the “future” of the party. Yes, social cons will support him down the stretch and he’ll present himself well to voters if and when he runs, but his chances of winning are not good. I'd much rather see the new crop of conservative governors vying for the nomination. The talent pool in 2016 is impressive. And frankly, it's hard to see how Huckabee convinces Republican primary voters he’s more deserving of the nomination than any of those other candidates presumably running.
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