The PoliBlog
Collective


Information

academic site


e-mail
c.v.
columns
legal
rss .92
2.0
The Collective
Wednesday, December 12, 2007
By Dr. Steven Taylor

Alan Cross, a Baptist minister, has an interesting post which looks at the possible influence of internal Southern Baptist politics on support for Huckabee: Are Fundamentalist Southern Baptist Leaders Trying to Scuttle the Candidacy of Mike Huckabee Because of Old Battles During the Conservative Resurgence?

Ultimately, I think that the lack of (to date) serious evangelical-based support for Huckabee (in terms of leadership) has been because of his prior status as a second-to-third tier candidate, and therefore an electability calculus. Still, the notion that Huckabee’s tenure as President of the Arkansas Southern Baptist Convention might have bearing on internal GOP support is interesting.

Sphere: Related Content

Filed under: US Politics, 2008 Campaign, Religion | |

1 Comment »

  1. It is interesting to see how the politics of different subgroups plays into the overall issue of national politics. It just goes to show, that “Politics is the Master Science”, I guess. :)

    Comment by Jan — Wednesday, December 12, 2007 @ 11:32 am

RSS feed for comments on this post. TrackBack URI

The trackback url for this post is: http://www.poliblogger.com/wp-trackback-poliblog.php?p=12953

NOTE: I will delete any TrackBacks that do not actually link and refer to this post.

Leave a comment



Take a Look At This!
Inquiries

Visitors Since 2/15/03
Blogroll

---


Advertisement

Advertisement


Powered by WordPress