Huntsman justifies IA abscence-"They pick corn in IA"!

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  1. HoosierJoe

    HoosierJoe A Plain Old Hoosier Boy.

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    Huntsman on Iowa Absence: They Pick Corn in Iowa, Presidents in NH

    Thursday, 29 Dec 2011 09:19 AM

    WASHINGTON — Former U.S. Ambassador Jon Huntsman is defending his refusal to compete in the leadoff Iowa Republican precinct caucuses, focusing instead on New Hampshire.

    The formula is quite elementary, as far as he is concerned, Huntsman said today on "The Early Show" on CBS.

    "They pick corn in Iowa," he said. "They pick presidents in New Hampshire."

    The former Utah governor has made little effort to win in Iowa, focusing mostly on New Hampshire in the early going. He has remained in the lower tier of candidates as others, including Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum — and at one time, Herman Cain — soared in the polls. He was ambassador to China for President Barack Obama, but says that shouldn't be used against him as he seeks the Republican presidential nomination.

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    Yeah, that's what you want your President to think. Some states aren't as important because they are farming states. Hey Huntsman, we pick corn in Indiana too, you can stay away from here also. Of course you will be long gone by the time the IN primary takes place.
  2. rdean

    rdean Guest

    How "elitist". Now, let's bet $10,000.00 the majority agree.

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