Okay, so Republican presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee has crossed the line in his not-so-subtle attempt to create a distinction between himself and Mitt Romney. Over the last several weeks, Huckabee has strategically positioned himself as the "true Christian candidate," which can only mean one thing. Huckabee doesn't think Mr. Romney (the only other Republical candidate who is open about his faith) is a "true" Christian. Rather than create a distinction between himself and Romney based on their political views, evidently Huckabee has chosen to focus on their respective faith views.
Now Huckabee has taken his rhetoric to another level, and in doing so he has probably alienated some of the very people he has been trying to attract. In a lengthy interview for a New York Times article, Huckabee threw out this question to the reporter: "Don't Mormons believe that Jesus and the devil are brothers?"