Duncan Hunter – No foolishness
In a radio interview Duncan Hunter was asked about Paris Hilton...This could have been the MSNBC debate.
“If you were governor of California, would you pardon Paris Hilton?” Michael Graham asked as he thrust his microphone ever closer to the weary Alpine Republican who had just participated in the second debate pitting the 10 Republican candidates for president against each other.
“I don't know anything about Paris Hilton,” a frowning Hunter replied. “My focus is on national security.”
Geesh. The article does contain information about my complaint about Fox's better than MSNBC, but still lacking debate.
“during the debate Hunter spoke only 834 words – taking up only 5 percent of the almost-16,000 spoken by all the candidates. He fielded the fewest questions – tied with Rep. Tom Tancredo with only five questions. Luckily for him, the five were all on topics he is stressing: two on China, one on immigration, and two related to Iraq and the war on terror."
They gave him the chance – which he seized – to sound tough, noting his own service in Vietnam and blasting the Bush administration for having “a case of the slows on border enforcement.”
Duncan Hunter is the son of a veteran, a veteran himself, and has a son serving now. He wrote the law on building the border fence and now bashes the Bush administration for having “a case of the slows” He is a rare man indeed. We have a chance to make some changes come 08. Donate to Duncan Hunter if you can.