Mike Huckabee: God is My Biggest FanOh dear, oh dear. Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee isn't just claiming that God is on his side in the presidential race. He's telling his followers that God is actually intervening in the race: In this video taken at Liberty University, a student asks of Huckabee's rise in the polls, "what do you attribute this surge to?" Huckabee responds: "There's only one explanation for it, and it's not a human one. It's the same power that helped a little boy with two fish and five loaves feed a crowd of 5,000 people. And that's the only way that our campaign could be doing what it's doing. And I'm not being facetious nor am I trying to be trite. There literally are thousands of people across this country who are praying that a little will become much. And it has. And it defies all explanation, it has confounded the pundits and I'm enjoying every minute of their trying to figure it out and until they look at from a -- just, experience beyond human, they'll never figure it out. That's probably just as well. That's honestly why it's happening." This kind of explanation stands literally beyond explanation, because by definition you can never examine the supernatural (if you could, it would be natural). Huckabee attributes developments in the world to forces beyond his knowledge, then makes assertions of certainty about his uncertifiable ideas, and then tells the world that his is the only possible explanation. We've already had this kind of delusional thinking in the White House, and we've had it for too long. Our nation can't afford another president who does things for reasons that nobody can verify, another president who mistakes the presumptions of his own mind for the word of God, another president who imposes his delusions on the rest of us. (Source: ABC News December 4 2007)
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