BLITZER: Let me follow up on our Q&A we had Sunday on "LATE
BLITZER: You said that abortion, from your perspective, was a
BLITZER: So Rudy Giuliani is the only Republican presidential candidate
whosupports abortion rights for women. Is he participating in a holocaust?
HUCKABEE: No, and I think Rudy would be the first to tell you that he
doesn't support abortion. He just believes that it ought to be legal. He and I
disagree with that, in the sense he believes we ought to accommodate that
BLITZER: But in effect what you're saying is he wants -- at least a
holocaust to be made legal, which is abortion from your perspective.
HUCKABEE: He at least says he wants to see abortions reduced and move
moretoward adoption. And I appreciate that in him. I hope we can keep working
onRudy and get him to a full pro-life convert before it's over.
BLITZER: If you asked you to be his running-mate, would you be
hisrunning-mate, knowing what his stance is on abortion?
HUCKABEE: The bigger question is would I ask him to be my
BLITZER: Well, let me ask you that question then. Would you ask him to
HUCKABEE: Well, that's why I'm working on him on his pro-life position,
because I want to get him right on that issue.
BLITZER: So if he changed his view on abortion, you'd consider him as a
HUCKABEE: Again, let's not be presumptuous. Let me get the nomination
first, and then we'll work on who I'm going to pick.
BLITZER: The former governor of Arkansas, Mike Huckabee, thanks for coming
HUCKABEE: Thank you, Wolf.
From Sunday's Late Edition
BLITZER: All right. Well, is abortion a holocaust?
HUCKABEE: I think it is. When you think about millions and millions
ofcompletely innocent unborn lives that have been terminated before they ever
hada chance to live, I don't know what else you can call it. It's really a
horriblething when you realize that we have allowed millions of what could have
been ourfellow citizens that never saw the light of day. I think it's something
that isthe antithesis of what America has been historically been about, and that
isbelieving that each life, each life, regardless, had worth and value and
shouldbe given respect and treated with dignity.
Here is a little tidbit for this woman-hating asshole of a governor form Arkansas. Guess how many women would be dead from Huckabee's sharia laws? 270 million here in this country alone, 120 trillion worldwide would be dead from the anti-choice Holocaust. It is groups like the National Right to Life, Christian Coalition, Concerned Women for America, Moral Majority and the Pro-Life Action League that is engaged in mass gynocide and gendercide. Hey Huckabee and Republicans: How about the 250-270 million American women who you all slaughtered with your anti-choice, anti-women agenda? Are you gonna address that? Because everything I said is true and everything that comes from a Republican's mouth are all lies.
And right now, the Republicans all support the Holocaust in Iraq. Those 3,400+ troops that the liars in the GOP all slaughtered in the illegal, immoral murder-for-oil have also jacked up the unemployment rate. Yet, except for Ron Paul, I haven't seen any of them speak out against the Iraq slaughter.