I don’t trust John Huntsman

21 Jun

In Huntsman’s speech today announcing his candidacy for President, he said that the American people have lost faith in their country.


We didn’t lose faith in our country, sir.  We have lost faith in our elected representatives. who have abandoned our founding principles.  We recognize that our politicians are placing our country in perilous jeopardy.  We reject those willing conspirators absolutely.  With absoluteness and with extreme prejudice.

And you, sir, had no qualms about serving in this anti-American President’s administration.  And yet, you still say that you respect him. 

On what grounds is this respect deserved?  I, for one, totally reject him and anyone who has had anything to do with the national decline you pretend to be grieving about.

Sidebar:  OK, Amigos.  Here’s what I’m worried about.  Only one party has a presidential primary this cycle and many states don’t have a requirement for party registration in order to participate in the primaries. 

Foul play is in play.

They want to screw us over and they just may well be able to do it because Republicans have not taken control of the nominating process.

Republicans insist on engaging in warfare wearing red and marching in a straight line.  We’re in an asymetrical war with the enemies of freedom who will stop at nothing to impose their will upon us.  They wish to steal our liberties.

This ain’t no party.  This ain’t no disco.  This ain’t no foolin’ around.

But if we remain gentlemen and gentleladies, as our foes would prefer us, there is only one epitaph for this generation and its nation.

This Constitutional Republic, which was earned by extreme sacrifice, death, and loss of personal fortune, which threw off the bondage of monarchical oppression and introduced a new concept in the history of mankind, that rights are not divined by man or its government, but by God, was willingly surrendered by undeserving citizens who happened to live under its blessings, abused its grace and have used the strong arm of government to force their descendants to return to a life of bondage and repression to satisfy their own earthly comfort.


Posted by on June 21, 2011 in politics


6 responses to “I don’t trust John Huntsman

  1. Pedro

    June 22, 2011 at 8:28 am

    Still a bit early for me. I have concerns about the electability of all the candidates so far and I do believe that Huntsman is more centrist than the rest of the pack, and consequently more palatable to a large swath of disenfranchised Obama voters. That makes him a serious threat to the left. So far he has not been caught with his hand ion the adulterer’s cookie jar nor other flagrant acts of outright thievery or fraud; at least that I’m aware of. Sure I would love to see a Perry/West ticket, but I’m not ruling out Huntsman yet. His service in China was appropriate I think, considering he knows the country and its language and customs better than the average Joe – and we do have a rather average Joe in the admin. Questions remain, like will Michele Bachmann or some other candidate begin to rise.

  2. Pedro

    June 22, 2011 at 8:46 am

    One other thing; whoever wins the nomination must be sustainable for 8 years. We cannot afford a one term wonder.

  3. Saddlesore

    June 22, 2011 at 8:47 am

    The media likes Huntsman because he is their kind of Republican. That should be enough to warn any conservative that Huntsman is not the candidate conservatives want.

    Just like in sports or business, competition creates strength. I think the number of candidates at this stage is good, and it is positive for them to be competing for conservative support. We will need the strongest candidate to be able to successfully take on Obama and the media because in spite of everything Obama has done to harm this country, it is not a foregone conclusion that he will lose.

  4. Joe Nowlin

    June 24, 2011 at 12:15 pm

    Huntsman is inline with Republicans like Schwaraznegger and Crist


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