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Mike Huckabee’s official entrance into the 2016 presidential race means that the Republican field just keeps on getting bigger — and even more anti-gay. But it’s not just Huckabee. There’s a whole range of candidates who are resolutely behind the times.

Click above to watch a roundup of the GOPers on the stump — and sometimes getting stumped — by modern-day culture. Then share this video!

Video via NBC News.

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