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    Things I never thought I’d say

    Things I never thought I’d say

    Is it worth taking a look at Jon Huntsman, who I long ago dismissed as a media creation and someone who filled space at the debates, with an “if I wanted to vote for Mitt Romney I’d vote for Mitt Romney” attitude?

    What got me thinking about this was this tweet last night from Dana Loesch:

    Here’s the video linked by Loesch in the tweet:

    I’m not seriously considering Huntsman, in part because of what you told me, but should I be?


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    No, you shouldn’t. Huntsman’s uncritical acceptance of anthropogenic global warming alone should disqualify him from being president. Under a President Huntsman, a disaster-in-waiting like Waxman-Markey might well have passed.

    Huntsman, no. Gingrich, maybe.

    katiejane | November 6, 2011 at 12:24 pm

    Huntsman sits right along Ron Paul as a GOP candidate I would not vote for under any circumstances. I couldn’t overtly vote for Obama but I could/would not vote for POTUS if either of these two were the GOP nominee.

    Unelectable, don’t waste your precious time even discussing.
    One year countdown to next years election starts today, 366 days !!

    Midwest Rhino (not RINO) | November 6, 2011 at 12:37 pm

    I remember Huntsman recently mocking the other conservative candidates for not committing to “fixing” global warming.

    AGW is a farce supported by the IPCC’s hand picked young liberal activists, posing as the top scientists. Gingrich and Mitt also need to tell us where they stand on this.
    The Delinquent Teenager Who Was Mistaken for the World’s Top Climate Expert

    That is a recent book exposing the IPCC’s “top scientists” as mostly youthful activists. 20 pages or so are available for free through the free Kindle for PC, or just the Amazon blurbs are enough to make you go “hmmmm”. Jon, Mitt and Newt need to read it and then explain how they ever decided to support Cap and Tax.

    Why we should ever trust their judgment again, if they were/are willing to destroy our economy based on such shoddy and partisan pseudo science. And where do they stand on setting aside almost all government jobs and contracts for the unions?

    Co-opting movements seems to be the in thing, which might be how we get McCain or a Romney/Huntsman. Real conservatives that aren’t either too far right or too “Christian” don’t seem to get traction. Cain seems like an outsider, but besides his shakiness and age, he also has three years as a lobbyist, roaming the Gucci Gulch halls of congress, chatting up congressmen for favors.

    Santorum? Johnson? Johnson I liked, but didn’t seem up to speed when he had his chance “in the middle” with Brett Baier. Buehler? Anybody? Anybody? lol

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