Monday, November 16, 2009

Do The Right Thing by Mike Huckabee

Mike Huckabee is keeping his name and face in the public light following his bid for President. Writing New York Times Bestsellers, hosting a weekend television show, recording radio commentaries 3 times a day, and creating a PAC.

In his book, Do The Right Thing, Governor Huckabee shares his stories from the campaign trail along with his vision of American leadership.

This book spelled out his plan and vision with a clarity I have not read in most political books.

Opening the pages, you'll read about Huckabee's plan for health care, volunteerism, being a true conservative, and relying on self-government among other points.

You'll also read a not so subtle slam of Mitt Romney and his campaign.

You get the sense that Governor Romney didn't make many friends among the other Republican candidates.

I think the strongest point for Mike Huckabee was the fact that, even though people may not agree with his plans, they still admired him for playing straight and clean.

This book was provided for review by Penguin.

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