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On the extreme-right radio show with Bryan Fischer, the conversation goes thus:

Fischer: "And so I'd like you to comment on that. You seem to think that there is some validity to the fact that there may be some fundamental anti-Americanism in this president."

Huckabee: "Well, that's exactly the point that I make in the book. And I don't know why these reporters -- maybe they can't read... And I have said many times publicly, that I do think [president Obama] has a different worldview and I think it's, in part, molded out of a very different experience. Most of us grew up going to Boy Scout meetings and, you know, our communities were filled with Rotary Clubs, not madrassas."

And so we know where the GOP campaign is going, don't we? Rotary Clubs or Madrassas? That's the choice they want the voters to make in 2012. It's all they got.

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