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    Re: Top Dem picks Huntsman

    Quote Originally Posted by Wiseone View Post
    So tell me again how to claim freedom is the most important thing about this country, but you let some other group define how you act based on you alway doing the opposite? **** that, vote for you think is best thats the reason you have a vote.
    When liberal democrats say who they like as GOP candidate that sends up red flags for me. I would much rather see Cain or Bachman or Perry

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    Re: Top Dem picks Huntsman

    Quote Originally Posted by ptif219 View Post
    When liberal democrats say who they like as GOP candidate that sends up red flags for me. I would much rather see Cain or Bachman or Perry
    But I like all of them

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    Re: Top Dem picks Huntsman

    Quote Originally Posted by Wiseone View Post
    But I like all of them
    Good for you.As an independent in Florida I can not vote in primaries. It is early yet and much is to be learned about the cadidates.

    All I am saying if democrats like him it makes me want to look at his past very closely.

    I want a conservative not a moderate that democrats like

    “Moderate” Jon Huntsman’s Record Scrutinized For 2012 Bid

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    Re: Top Dem picks Huntsman

    Quote Originally Posted by ptif219 View Post
    If the democrats want him for the GOP that tells me to stay away. The democrats also wanted McCain in 2008
    Democrats also wanted Reagan. Where do you think the term "Reagan Democrat" came from? I guess you'd stay away from him too.

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    Re: Top Dem picks Huntsman

    Quote Originally Posted by Zyphlin View Post
    Democrats also wanted Reagan. Where do you think the term "Reagan Democrat" came from? I guess you'd stay away from him too.
    I would look at his record. Huntsman is not a conservative. We need a conservative not a moderate that leans heavily to the left

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    Re: Top Dem picks Huntsman

    Quote Originally Posted by ptif219 View Post
    When liberal democrats say who they like as GOP candidate that sends up red flags for me. I would much rather see Cain or Bachman or Perry
    So no government or executive experience, no executive experience and even less relevant congressional experience than Obama for just a few years longer, and a guy whose not actually running yet.

    Tell me, were you one critical of Obama's experience in 2008?

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    Re: Top Dem picks Huntsman

    Quote Originally Posted by ptif219 View Post
    I would look at his record. Huntsman is not a conservative. We need a conservative not a moderate that leans heavily to the left
    Is Palin a Conservative? Honest question to get your idea of what a "conservative" is.

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    Re: Top Dem picks Huntsman

    Quote Originally Posted by Zyphlin View Post
    So no government or executive experience, no executive experience and even less relevant congressional experience than Obama for just a few years longer, and a guy whose not actually running yet.

    Tell me, were you one critical of Obama's experience in 2008?
    Yes I was but I was more critical of his associations.

    If you mean Cain he has leadership and financial experience and was not raised privileged like Obama.

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    Re: Top Dem picks Huntsman

    Quote Originally Posted by Zyphlin View Post
    Is Palin a Conservative? Honest question to get your idea of what a "conservative" is.
    She has many conservative views.

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    Re: Top Dem picks Huntsman

    Quote Originally Posted by ptif219 View Post
    She has many conservative views.
    So you'd say someone who, during the same time she was governor, was rated as the best governor in the country regarding taxes and top 5 regarding total fiscal issues. Each year while she was in office her Budget grew roughly 0.8 billion where as this persons was 1.2 billion, not that far off from each other. However, the budget as a percentage of GDP, this individuals number actually went down while Palin's went up. Meaning that Palin's government spending grew in relation to her states economy this persons spending shurnk. Lets say this individual's state was routinely ranked as a top 3 place to do business, even coming in as number 1 once, and he was known for being very pro-business and business conscience in many of his policies.

    You'd consider that person not to be, at the very least, an average Fiscally and Governmentally Conservative individual if not a stuanch conservative on those issues? And if not, how in the world could you consider Palin as having primarily fiscally conservative views in comparison?

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