„We ask why there is violence in our schools, but we have systematically removed God from our schools. Should we be so surprised that schools would become a place of carnage?“

—  Mike Huckabee, Regarding the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting 2012-12-13 Your World Fox News TV, quoted in * 2012-12-14 Huckabee: Schools "Become A Place Of Carnage" When "We Systematically Remove God" Media Matters for America http://mediamatters.org/video/2012/12/14/huckabee-schools-become-a-place-of-carnage-when/191864
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