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Even Fair Tax Co-Founder Didn't Support Huck

I was just pouring through some FEC reports, and this is interesting ...  Mike Huckabee famously had difficulty gaining support from other prominent Evangelicals (who probably should have been with him all along).  
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Apparently, this phenomenon wasn't limited to Evangelicals.  Robert McNair, co-founder and Finance Chairman of the Fair Tax was actually a major donor to Romney, Thompson, and Giuliani -- but I can't find where he donated a dime to Huckabee.

Of course, this begs the question: If Huckabee couldn't count on the Fair Tax co-founder, who could he count on?

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