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March 27, 2008 Mike Huckabee P.O. Box 2008 Little Rock, Arkansas 72203 Dear Mr. Mike Huckabee: As a first time voter, I have listened to your speech, but I could not make up my mind if I should vote for you. In your address to the Family Research Council on October 27, 2007, your comparison of the Founding Fathers and the modern day voting is interesting. I believe that people will vote for you because you use the Founding Fathers as a symbol and many American citizens respect the Founding Fathers for creating the United States of America. As you compared the Founding Fathers signing the Declaration of Independence to modern day voting, I feel that I am voting against politicians who do not see the same view as you as if the Founding Fathers were signing the Declaration of Independence for change in their country. There are a few things in your speech with which I do not agree. The first thing I disagree with is when you call Islam, Islamofacism. The reason why I do not agree with you calling them names is because the Muslims are no different from the Americans. The Muslims live by their religious beliefs while we, the Americans, live by the rights of freedom. The Muslims do not want changes in their country, yet, we attempt to change their lifestyles with democracy. We may see them as evil, but they are not all necessarily evil. How do they perceive us? If we step into their shoes, we can see what they see of us as well. They see us Americans as a nation of bullies they because disagree with our belief system that we are implanting their country. In this world, not everyone is evil.
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