The high road is generally the road not taken by Mike Huckabee. But Mitt Romney? That's another matter. From his interview today with Wolf Blitzer:
BLITZER: One final question, Governor, before I let you go. Mike Huckabee was your rival, the former Arkansas governor, for president of the United States.
In his new book, “Do the Right Thing,” he writes this -- he really slams you. He says, “His attitude of disrespect trickled down through his ranks, too, and was one of the reasons that, while there was generally good camaraderie among the candidates, there was an almost universal discomfort with Romney and his team.”
I’m going to give you a chance to respond to Huckabee’s criticisms.
ROMNEY: Well, you know, with the challenges we have, an automobile industry on the ropes, with the economy in real trouble, with global terror continuing to be a threat, I don’t think a lot of people have a great deal of interest in a couple losing campaigns from a year or two ago.
So I’m going to reserve my time and my thoughts for strengthening our party, and for standing behind the right policies and principles that will make America the leader of nations that it’s always been.