Skip to comments.Howard Dean: ‘Huntsman is a great candidate for president but he is in the wrong party’
Posted on 08/23/2011 9:07:22 AM PDT by Nachum
Is not an endorsement that former Utah Gov. John Huntsman likely asked for, but his stances on the various policy dilemmas of our time has won the favor of Howard Dean.
On MSNBCs Tuesday broadcast of Morning Joe, the former Democratic National Committee chairman and Vermont governor praised Huntsman, especially as the way stacks up against other GOP contenders.
I dont mean to be catty, but this is a great line, Dean said. This is true. Jacob wrote this was the thinking mans candidate. There arent any thinking people in the Republican Party. Im serious. Name a few thoughtful policy analysts in the Republican Party not Rick Perry, not Michele Bachmann. Look at all these people. Huntsman is the real deal.
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When was the last time that Howard Dean was correct about anything of substance?
To the headline: I agree. Huntsman is in the wrong party.
Never thought I would agree with Howard Dean
So is Romney, who would improve both the Republican and Democrat parties in one move if he became a Democrat.
So is Paul, who in all honesty ought to be a Libertarian candidate, and would breathe some activity into that dormant, ornamental party.
Looks like everyone on all sides agree. Now we need to inform Huntsman and be done with it.
huntsman is a democrat, no doubt.
We’d be more than happy to let y’all have him, Howie.
I have found over the years that GOP candidates and politicians who sound more like Democrats are more often invited to the Sunday morning talk shows——like John McCain and Chuck Hegel.
Great example of the old cliche about even a stopped clock being right twice a day.
The only reason Huntsman ever registered as a Republican is because it is very hard for a Democrat to get elected to statewide office in Utah.
Howard Dean is an idiot. Huntsman is NOT a good candidate at all, but he IS DEFINITELY in the wrong party.
Since when did “thoughtful” become synonymous with spineless jellyfish?
We should strongly encourage Huntsman to run on the Democrat side
He might be the third party candidate Obama is going to need to win.
Wow! I think this is the 1st thing Howie Dean and I have ever agreed upon
Herman Cain, Sarah Palin, Ron Paul, Michelle Bachmann, Paul Ryan, Ran Paul, Jim Demint, Tom Coburn, Eric Cantor, Alan West, Connie Mack and thousands of others.
Now do the same for the Democrats ......ummmm.....ahh....
Surprise! THERE IS NOT ONE!
Is Dean promoting a Dem Primary challenge to Obama?
For years Paul was a Libertarian. He then realized if he was ever going to have any influence he needed to join either the Democrats or Republicans. He had more in common with Republican conservative than liberal Democrats so he became a Republican.
That should be a lesson to all conservative Republicans. The best way to have influence is to reshape the Republican Party so that it is the official party of the Tea Party Movement. Talk of third parties and staying at home when one doesn't get all he wants or the perfect candidate is destructive to us all.
Spread it around that he is a liberal so that when he runs as a third party candidate, he hurts Øbama and not the Republican
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