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Jon Huntsman Calls For A Third Party

by Stuart Shapiro Former presidential candidate, Governor Jon Huntsman, may have endorsed Governor Romney but he was critical of the debate last night and thinks a third party is needed. Gone are the days when the Republican Party used to put forward big, bold, visionary stuff,” Huntsman said during an appearance on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.” “I see zero evidence of people getting out there and addressing the economic deficit — which is a national-security problem, for heaven’s sake,” he said.
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