Jon Huntsman

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    Sat Dec 10 2011

    I believe he legitimately wants to get out of Iraq and Afghanistan. While he's not calling for a full withdrawal from Afghanistan like that of Ron Paul I still feel it's a better stance than saying, "I'm going to listen to the generals on the ground as to what we should do" for everything. Because for one thing, you don't know what agenda a general may have as to why they want to keep boots on the ground and secondly as Commander-in-Chief, we need a leader willing to make bold decisions not someone who is going to cave just because some war monger general wants to keep the war effort going. There's a reason why Ron Paul receives so many military donations. They're ready to come home and so is the American public for the most part. I like Huntsman's stance on China. As much debt as we owe to China and as much counterfeit paper money that our Federal Reserve Bank prints every single day, we're in no position to be calling China a "currency manipulator". While it may sound like a f... Read more

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    Tue Dec 06 2011

    He wants to be the first Jewish President. All I have heard him say about things is "I don't care".

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    Tue Aug 23 2011

    He was defeated in the straw poll 77-69 by Gary Busey. (Credit to The Daily Show again)

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    Wed Jun 22 2011

    "Civility" What??!! I thought he was a politician? This clown is gonna get eaten alive. He'll have some "Moderate" appeal but his campaign is without a base, primarily because of some flip flopping positions he's taken on the Global Warming fraud and a couple of other issues. He's just another example for why I dislike the republican party.

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    Wed Feb 23 2011

    Reportedly Obama feared Huntsman as a political opponent. So Obama made him an offer he couldn't refuse. He appointed him as Ambassador to China. That seems to be how he deals with potential threats: rather than fight them directly, he incorporates them. Or sends them halfway around the world. Look at Hillary Clinton for another example. Although in her case, she's managed to develop an independent power base within the State Department, which makes Obama loyalists like Valerie Jarrett rather leery. The former Governor of Utah, Huntsman is bright and has strong Presidential ambitions. No one will mistake him for a liberal, but he's much less extreme and more practical than Huckabee, Palin and other contenders. I certainly think he would be very competitive in a national race, which ought to concern Obama. UPDATE: Obama's political team might be looking over their shoulders. Huntsman has resigned from his post as Ambassador to China. He's establishing a Political Ac... Read more

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    Sat Aug 28 2010

    No doubt that this guy is a republican. He comes from a very wealthy family so naturally he would oppose any tax increases, cut taxes for the wealthiest Americans, cut government services to the bone, and put millions of people out of work. All I see is more of the same failed policies that have driven America to the brink of another great depression. By the time he through, along with his rich business associations, and the GOP cronies...the remaining working population in this country will sport black pantsuits, work 12-hour days, make $2 bucks a day, have zero benefits, never own a home, and ride bicycles to work like the Chinese. On another note...I doubt that Americans want a cult member errr umm I mean Mormon for president.

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    Fri Apr 03 2009

    I have met Gov. Huntsman many times he is so wonderful as is his wife. He works hard to make sure the people in his state are well taken care of. He is honest and he really cares about the people! During these ugly economic times he has been able to keep his state well budgeted due to smart decisions. Many states are "forced" to let the schools suffer Utah schools are being well taken care. He did his innogeration on the front steps of the capitol in the snow because it would save the state alot of money. Its the little things he notices that can be gone without so that we can take care of the things that are really needed. He is also very involved with any volunteer work being sone in his state while I was working on a volunteer project and he was there to help out anyway he could. Also my husband is in the military and when his unit was deploying he was there to say goodbye to the troop and after then were on the plane he spend alot of time talking to the familys who were still stand... Read more

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