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Huckabee not changing his stance on gay marriage

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 Many Republicans are changing their stance on gay marriage, as support for it grows across the country.

 But don't count former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee among them.

 Huckabee, a possible presidential candidate in 2016, delivered the keynote address at the Faith and Freedom Coalition dinner Tuesday night in Des Moines, Iowa.

 "This for me is not about the right side or the wrong side of history, this is the right side of the Bible and unless God rewrites it, edits it, sends it down with his signature on it, it's not my book to change. Folks, that's why I stand where I stand," he told the audience, which responded with a round of applause.

 Huckabee has yet to say if he will make a run for the White House in 2016.

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