Mike Huckabee Speaks At A Packed House

Former Presidential Candidate Mike Huckabee spoke to a packed house Monday night at Midwestern State University. He was the featured speaker for the Artist-Lecture Series.

Huckabee focused on the upcoming election and the healthcare overhaul. He said, "Their basic concept was that they would sacrifice their comfort so the next generation could have it better. What we're doing now is sacrificing our children's future so we don't have to pay for the sins of our own reckless behavior. And that's just simply wrong."

Huckabee served as the 44th Governor of Arkansas. He tried to win the Republican nomination for President in 2008.