Skip to comments.California Congressman and Republican Presidential Candidate Duncan Hunter
Posted on 11/25/2007 8:42:35 AM PST by pissant
Duncan Hunter was the second Republican to jump into the race for President. A longtime California congressman, hes a Vietnam veteran, the father of an Iraq War veteran, and bills himself as a "solid conservative". Still, hes not been able to make a splash yet and remains far behind the Republican frontrunners. Duncan Hunter is in the Granite State this week and stops by for his second interview on The Exchange to talk about the war, health care, the environment, immigration and take your calls and emails.
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Any chance of getting this recorded??
Hunter is our #1 pick. Really is upsetting that he gets little coverage.
We are still working to change that. He wins Wyoming, and he WILL get some serious coverage.
Best of Luck to Mr. Hunter and his supporters. Miracles do happen. May God provide one, for America and her People. I will never blame God or America, should a miracle not occur. Best of Luck, including prayer as a backup.
Will it be archived on the station’s website?
He will need some luck, lotsa prayers, and even more dedication from us rabble. :o)
I do not know. I know the last one was posted here somehow.
Sometimes C-SPAN.org will post them. I’ll keep a watch for it.
It is early. People will not really be paying any attention until after January. And with the writers on strike, the rest of the candidates have no idea what to say. :)
“Maybe he should start whining”
Yeah, that, or get some “fire” in his belly.
Duncan Hunter was on Fox News this morning. I don’t know as to whether anything about that was posted to this site.
I thought there was supposed to be ‘equal time’ provided to each of the candidates? Hunter’s main obstacle is not getting the coverage or name recognition. The debates are a good example of the attempted silencing of him and to keep people away from knowing what a marvelous candidate there is in the GOP and not just voting for the ‘lesser of the evils’ or accepting what we are told to accept.
Fred really is a poor candidate. He not only looks but acts like a corpse. Fred cannot and will not win a general election. He doesn’t have the physical and political attributes that will do any good and his being a marginal actor isn’t going to cut it in getting people to vote for him no matter how many try to convince us.
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