From CBS News' Joy Lin:
WEST DES MOINES, IA – During a media availability last night, Mike Huckabee said it was "sad" that his opponents attacked his recent foreign policy speech since "they themselves disagreed with many of the points of the president's policy" but "don't want to admit that they did."
Huckabee pointed out that his argument for increasing lines of communication with other countries wasn't a personal attack on President Bush. He also elaborated on his argument for increasing lines of communication with other countries.
"This isn't about the president, it's about his administration's policies, and so what I clearly spelled out was that, we need to have the kind of policies more that resemble when his father was president – when we didn't say that if you aren't with us right now…then that means you're with the enemy."