Huckabee’s White House run in 2008, and son of former South Carolina Governor Carroll Campbell.
“In the quest to replace Barack Obama, we must quickly look to the future,” the younger Mr. Campbell says. After meeting Mr. Huntsman, he’s sold.
“I was extremely impressed. As governor of Utah, he demonstrated he is the type of problem-solver our country needs. He’s a proven conservative who cut taxes, grew jobs, passed free-market health care reform, and signed strong pro-life legislation,” Mr. Campbell adds. “The rise of pro-democracy movements has not led to an improvement for America’s image in the region. Instead, in key Arab nations and in other predominantly Muslim countries, views of the U.S. remain negative — indeed, in Jordan, Turkey and Pakistan views are even more negative than they were one year ago,” says a massive new survey by the Pew Research Center’s Global Attitudes Project (http://pewglobal.org), released just in time for President Obama’s massive new policy speech on the Middle East on May 19.
“Obama himself remains unpopular in the Muslim nations polled, with the exception of Indonesia, and most disapprove of the way he has handled the calls for political change roiling the region,” the survey says. “In Jordan, just 28 percent express confidence in President Obama to do the right thing in world affairs; in Turkey, just 12 percent. And in interviews conducted before U.S. forces killed Osama bin Laden, the survey finds just 10 percent of Pakistanis expressing confidence in President Obama.” wounded patients from Walter Reed Army Medical Center and National Naval Medical Center and those who provide the continuum of medical care from the battlefield to the home front.
“The PenFed Foundation does an incredible job helping wounded veterans and military families, and the Gala provides a venue to celebrate the accomplishments of extraordinary individuals who have served our countr y while also raising awareness and financial support for the PenFed Foundation’s critical programs,” Mr. Boal tells the Inside the Beltway.
“The battle isn’t over when deployment ends. By honoring military heroes and those in the military medical community, we’re giving thanks to the men and women who defend our nation and letting them know that their sacrifice will not be forgotten,” he adds.