Do the Right Thing: Inside the Movement That's Bringing Common Sense Back to America (Paperback)
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Short Description for Do the Right Thing Part campaign memoir, part manifesto, this work from the former governor of Arkansas and a rising star of the Republican party lays out his optimistic vision for America's future. 8-page b&w photo insert.
- Published: 04 November 2009
- Format: Paperback 242 pages
- ISBN 13: 9781595230577 ISBN 10: 1595230572
- Sales rank: 1,310,492
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When Governor Mike Huckabee entered the Republican presidential race, he was the ultimate dark horse, with almost no money, no consultants, and no name recognition beyond Arkansas. The so-called experts were highly amused by this former small state governor from blue-collar roots who also played bass in a rock band. He wouldn't have a prayer against the well-connected and financially wired pros like Rudy Giuliani, Mitt Romney, and Fred Thompson. But Huckabee had one big advantage: a common sense message that connected with millions of people, and not just his fellow evangelical Christians. He spoke about family values, fair taxes, and helping hard-working, middle-class Americans in a tough economy. And to the dismay of some Republicans, he talked about fighting Wall Street greed and K Street corruption. Huckabee shocked the country by winning the all-important Iowa caucuses and seven other states, while spending far less than the other major candidates. He created an army of passionate volunteers and small donors, transforming his campaign into a true movement that will endure long after Election Day. "Do The Right Thing" is Huckabee's amazing story, in his own words--from making commercials with Chuck Norris to meeting a Michigan woman who insisted on donating her wedding ring. But this is more than just a campaign memoir. It's a vision for a smarter, fairer type of politics--"vertical politics"--that focuses on common sense solutions for education, health care, the economy, and many other issues. It's not about right versus left; it's about taking America up rather than down. Huckabee also shows how the Republican Party can heal its divisions--between social and fiscal conservatives, the wealthy and the middle class, the religious and the secular--and become a true majority party again.