Skip to comments.Flippers, Floppers & Frauds vs. Duncan Hunter – Part 1
Posted on 08/28/2007 11:38:07 AM PDT by WalterSkinner
The bottom line is this. If Americans want a leader who does not attempt to hide behind the skirt of federalism, does not have to explain why he flipped and flopped like a beached cutthroat trout, and who has always understood that the unalienable right to life comes from our creator and not state politicians or courts, then Duncan Hunter is the only choice...
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When Duncan can get over 5%, get back to me.
If Hunter is so confident in his ability to win he should resign his House seat and campaign full-time.
He’s resigning from Congress after this term ends. So once the next year ends, he’s either President or looking for a new job.
He is a man of integrity and made a commitment to serve his district for the two years of his term...
Are you calling him a liar?
..in which cooked MSM poll?
Your the one pinging the list.
No one can get over 5%.
The “people” get you whatever percentage they get you. In the meantime you campaign your heart out and speak your issues and ignore the naysayers.
Where did that come from? Seems as though you might have an iussue or two.
I certainly hope that this blog continues with comparisons on other issues as well. I have long felt that it is VERY important to outline the specific differences comparing Hunter with the other top tier candidates (including Fred Thompson) on border security, illegal immigration and amnesty, NAFTA, NAU/SPP, and China.
Of note in Part 1:
“Thompsons other mistake is that he is still trying to stick with a federalist argument. Roe v. Wade was certainly a poorly reasoned decision, but it was not only bad because it usurped states rights. It had a far worse effect on the HUMAN rights of the unborn, Gods natural law. Fred does not support a constitutional amendment to overturn this abomination. Apparently he has reverence for our founding documents, or so it would seem. Yet, if you look at the above citations, it is obvious that he was more than willing to amend the constitution for things our Founding Fathers never envisioned: Term limits and a mandatory balanced budget. A man who is willing to change the constitution to tell states they must limit the terms of their representatives, yet who wont contemplate it for something that the founders clearly would have included had it been an issue at the time protection of the unborn is thoroughly confused. Or in Freds case, thoroughly phony.”
What other issues will ‘Federalist’ Fred decide are individual state’s issues? Illegal immigration? “Aspirations of citizenship” for illegals? Would that result in sanctuary states with the Federal government off the hook for enforcing our current immigration laws?
...........”I speculate that this is one of the reasons for his delayed entry into the race; to afford him the time necessary to conjure up a believable narrative. Though it is only speculation regarding the delay, it is not speculation that he will have to address his pro-choice history once he does enter.”
Or perhaps he figures the less time to be pressed into answering, the better?
I am so thankful to have the opportunity to support Duncan Hunter!!
>When Duncan can get over 5%, get back to me.<
In other words, let George do it.
>If Hunter is so confident in his ability to win he should resign his House seat and campaign full-time.<
I know it is difficult to understand this, but Rep. Hunter will serve the term he swore to complete, and carry on the best campaign he can at the same time. It takes quite a guy to do double duty, but Duncan Hunter is no stranger to sticking to his guns, and managing to hit his target at least 99% of the time. The more voters who recognize these truths, the better he will do.
To help him, please write your most generous check today to Hunter for President, and send it to:
Go Hunter 08
9340 Fuerte Dr., Suite 302
La Mesa, CA 91414-4164
Thank you. :)
Hell, when Duncan get get from sharing 2% to 5% get back to me.
Oh, btw, it's interesting Madison had to go back to 1993 for this, and nothing to support it.
Thompson said he supports the Supreme Courts Roe vs. Wade decision that established a constitutional right to abortion. Interview, Memphis Commercial Appeal, July 1993.
Google it. You won't find a thing and the archives go back to 93. Invented headlines, perhaps?
He'll resign as soon as his son wins his seat.
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