"I didn’t major in math," the former Arkansas governor told a cheering crowd at the Conservative Political Action Conference. "I majored in miracles, and I still believe in them."
There was a time when Southern Baptists weren’t permitted (by group pressure at least) to even believe in miracles. But how times change.
He also stated the following:
Huckabee scoffed at the idea that he should quit. He said Republican leaders "ought to be begging me to stay in" because competition toughens the party and without him Republicans will get no attention in the presidential race as long as Obama and Clinton are fighting it out.
"It’s an awfully weak party that can’t handle competition," he said. "Competition breeds excellence."
He’s right there too. He’s a Gothard man, but evidently authoritarianism isn’t restricted to the author and finisher of the Institute for Basic Youth Conflicts.