Duncan Hunter

Duncan Hunter would make a very credible president for our country. He has years of experience in government and the military. He seems to be very principled in his positions and I like his perspective on how to make our federal government smaller. Representative Hunter may find that those who oppose him can more easily portray him as having extreme views than some of the other candidates, but to see his actual positions is to see that his views are not extreme so much as unwavering. Everything about him as a candidate suggests that I should endorse him, but something holds me back. For some reason I suspect that he can be more effective where he is, in the House of Representatives, than in the Oval Office. We need more men like him serving as strong representatives for their constituents across the country.

For that reason I choose not to endorse Duncan Hunter though I could not fault anyone who did endorse him.

About David

David is the father of 8 extremely organized children (4 girls / 4 boys) who is constantly seeking answers to tough questions related to parenting, education and politics while moonlighting for 40 hours each week as a technology professional. He also enjoys cooking, gardening, and sports.

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2 Responses to Duncan Hunter

  1. I’ll tell you what’s holding you back on Hunter: He’s an idiot. He’s a menace to our armed forces. He tried to derail intelligence reform, tried to ban women from the military and most recently refused to provide combat pay for National Guard troops who serve in Iraq.

    If you think some rather obvious mistakes were made in Iraq, blame Duncan Hunter. Congressional oversight of the war was his responsibility.

    He’s also under investigation for tax fraud and his connections with the Randy “Duke” Cunningham network.

  2. David says:

    You make me all the more glad that I did not endorse him.

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