The End of the Huntsman Campaign

GOP presidential candidate Jon Hunstman has declared he’s no longer a “margin-of-error” candidate and has vowed he’ll be a winner in the New Hampshire primary.

“We’re going to win this state,” Huntsman predicted in a Raymond, N.H., town hall meeting. “They used to call us the margin-of-error candidate when I first came here. I can’t say that anymore. I can’t say we’re the margin-of-error candidate. The last polls that came out, we’re bumping up to number two, 10 percent in the polls.”

Then porcine provocateur Michael Moore opened his oversized piehole on CNN last night and put the ultimate kiss of death on the Huntsman campaign.



Nice knowing you, Jon.

Before appearing on CNN, the rotund rabble joined anarchists on the streets of New York who are protesting something or other. I’m not sure they even know what they’re protesting (via GWP).

“I am honored to be in your presence,” Moore told several hundred people in the park, saying each of them represented thousands of other Americans.

“One-hundred years from now people will remember that you came down to this plaza and started this movement,” reported Moore as saying.

Activist Noam Chomsky endorsed the Wall Street movement Monday, praising protesters for what he called their “courageous and honorable” action and announcing his solidarity with them.



Supposedly the police will be clearing the streets of these screeching moonbats today. Not a moment too soon.