I don’t care how popular the Duggar family and their TLC reality show “19 Kids & Counting” is with Christian conservatives.
I don’t care how many Republican presidential hopefuls Josh Duggar posed with in Iowa, or how important his celebrity was to the Family Research Council, the conservative Christian lobbying group.
When the Duggar family’s oldest son admitted he had molested and fondled five little girls — including some of his own sisters — when he was 14, it was time for conservative Christians to hold Josh and the Duggar family accountable for their actions.
Also, I noticed, most of those who want to be the GOP’s president in 2016 bit their tongues and pretended they hadn’t heard the shocking news.
But not Mike Huckabee, the ordained Southern Baptist minister. He really blew it.
Rushing to his Facebook page, he said he and his wife affirmed their support for the Duggar family. He said what Josh did was “inexcusable” but not “unforgivable.”
“Good people make mistakes and do regrettable and even disgusting things,” Huckabee wrote.
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