Daily Archives: January 16, 2012
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Had he lived, MLK would have been 83 this year. In his memory, we have today as a holiday and hope not to celebrate our day off, but to perform a service to the country… a kind of holiday that doesn’t exist elsewhere.
Elly is in her fifth year or so of producing the Martin Luther King Day program over at Hagerstown Community College… a program that has speakers (this year Ambassador Daouda Diabate from the Ivory Coast) and creates graphic design posters using King’s quotations.
I hope everyone has a good day.
After getting 17% of the New Hampshire vote, John Huntsman, probably the only true conservative in the race, is announcing his pull out later this morning (11 AM ET). Huntsman will most likely be throwing his support to Romney.
Huntsman was the candidate to make no hateful statements about Obama or his Republican competitors. His conservative positions were all about policy and he was the only candidate running with a sense that he was planning to govern the WHOLE country and not just rightists.
This is probably the best thing for Huntsman to do if he is planning on running again in 2016. He has established himself as a known candidate nationwide during the primaries so far and now he doesn’t have to continue with losses. Leaving the campaign while he is now in third place will make him a leader in the future Republican party.
- Jon Huntsman to Drop Presidential Bid (treeofmamre.wordpress.com)
- John Huntsman Call It Quits; Set to Endorse Romney (thewesternexperience.com)
- Huntsman to exit, back Romney (politico.com)
- Huntsman to drop out of GOP race (firstread.msnbc.msn.com)
- Huntsman’s ‘ticket to ride’ started in Florida, ended before his return (tampabay.com)
- Ending Campaign, Huntsman Plans to Drop Out and Back Romney (swampland.time.com)