Is Mike Huckabee Going To Run In 2012?

Mike Huckabee, on President Obama:
He's been very expressive in his statements, even at the Saddleback Forum when he ran in 2008. He spelled out very clearly what his view was, and frankly, it's inappropriate , wrong-headed, and not helpful to the overall discussion when people try to say he doesn't have a birth certificate or he's a Muslim. To me that demeans the entire real discussion—what is he proposing and whether it's good for the country—that ought to be the centerpiece for our entire conversation, not what did he hear when he sat in church. If people went back and heard every sermon I heard when I was a little kid and some of the more fundamentalist pastors were yelling from the pulpit at me, if they took every one of those sermons and lifted out of them certain phrases and things, it could be scandalous, but only out of the context of the bigger picture. That's why I thought that a lot of the focus on Jeremiah Wright was misplaced. which Christian Heinze (of GOP12 fame) reacts:
So by my count, Huckabee has called 2008's controversy over Jeremiah Wright "misplaced", forcefully defended Michelle Obama, questioned U.S. involvement in Afghanistan, and castigated the tea party for its emphasis on purity -- all in one week.

Still think he's running for the GOP nomination?
Good point.

If Huckabee runs, it is interviews like the one above (not to mention all of the other stuff that Christian cites) that will be used against him.