The Chronicle invited readers to send in questions for the major presidential candidates, prior to the California primaries on Feb. 5. Some sent in a question for all the candidates. Others were directed at a specific candidate. As of this writing, former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee and Sen. John McCain (R-Az.) have responded with answers. Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney’s campaign said it would not be able to respond. Requests to the campaign of Rep. Ron Paul, R-Tex., went unanswered. The Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama campaigns said they would respond, but, as of this posting, have not done so.
Below is the full text of the reader questions for Gov. Huckabee, and Gov. Huckabee’s answers.
Read it here:
In other words, of all the candidates, only McCain and Huckabee stopped long enough to answer voters questions.
If you are not voting on a person’s character, please don’t vote.
I believe I know why Romney doesn’t answer the SF Chronicle. He has an image to uphold. He’s making a statement to the far right leadership. Yet, he became GOV. of MA by courting gays.