Billionaire Donald Trump is out of the 2012 GOP race, former Gov. Mike Huckabee is gone, but there’s a new possible challenger.

Judge Roy Moore, a former state Supreme Court chief justice who twice has mounted gubernatorial campaigns in Alabama, has established an exploratory committee to consider a challenge to Barack Obama for the White House in 2012.

Moore, whose plans were announced at, told WND that his campaign would be simple: telling people how he’d work on the problems facing America. And his administration, he said, would be simpler: just doing what he said.

“What most voters really are looking for is a candidate with the commitment to do what they’d said they would do,” he told WND in an interview today. “The bottom line is they can believe I’ll do what I say I’ll do.”

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