Bill Clinton and Mike Huckabee have a few things in common. Both hail from Hope, Ark. They also both served multiple terms as their home state's governor and demonstrate compassion for those who suffer. And, like Clinton in his first presidential bid, Huckabee is a relative unknown 13 months before Election Day.Huckabee has managed to escape obscurity in recent months with better polling and charismatic debate performances. His natural constituency is social conservatives who loved his fiery speech at the Values Voters Summit last weekend. But he faces two difficult hurdles: fundraising and the GOP establishment. First, let's look at the good news for Huckabee.