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Jon Huntsman, another Republican douche

June 22, 2011

» McRomney, McHuntsman, and Four More Years of Obama – Big Government.

Great post here on Big Government about the serious threat we are facing if either of the wannabe douches -in-chief, Huntsman or Romney, get the Republican nomination.  Romney to me is a no-brainer, he is as bad a waffler as Kerry and his record on individual rights should be dubbed “progressive” at the least.

Huntsman is a little different.  He seems like he might, possibly, could be a decent dude.  But, and this is the thrust of the Big Goverrnment Post, he is coming off as a McCainesque wussy.  Is it me, or have you had enough of the kid gloves from the Republicans?  Instead of channeling Reagan (like all these impostors try to do) these wimps need to channel some Albert Finney and do a little indignant shouting about “How they aren’t gonna take it anymore!”

But what does McHuntsman say? He says, “I respect the president” (i.e., I respect Obama), “[and I want] the voters to [decide] who will be the better president; not who’s the better American.”

God, I think I threw up in my mouth a little.

The sad thing is, Huntsman, having served as an ambassador for Obama, is uniquely positioned to be an “informed” and “qualified” critic of the Obama administration.  He, like no other candidate, can say he has dealt with the President on issues of foreign policy and this is where we disagree.  He can talk about Obama’s character, and his demeanor and dealings with others when the cameras are off, and all sorts of crap that none of the other candidates are privy to.

But instead, he “respects the President”, what a sad little douche you are Jon.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. June 22, 2011 10:50 am

    for my money, you can throw that four star RINO Rick Perry in the same kettle of fish.

  2. June 22, 2011 1:19 pm

    Please add Rick Perry to the Douche category. A former Dem, Campaign manager for AL Gore in Texas, soft on Immigration, wants a Super Highway from Mexico to Canada, Cap and Trade,just for a start. To me, he is the more to be feared. He has Charisma and picking up steam. We need to stop him in his tracks. In theory he looks good, but drilling down, much to worry about.

    • June 22, 2011 2:03 pm

      @Jim and @Bunkerville – the good news about Perry is I think America is over having a former Texas Governor in the White House, at least for one more election cycle. Though you have to admit, on the economic front, Perry has a lot of firepower on offer from the successes of Texas during this recession.

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