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Jon “that’s what you are, what am I?” Huntsman – (R-UT)

Via: Huffington Post

Jon Huntsman leveled harsh criticism at his party on Sunday evening, BuzzFeed’s Zeke Miller reported, comparing the Republican Party to communist China and questioning the strength of this year’s presidential field.

During an event at the 92nd Street Y in New York City, Huntsman spoke candidly about his party’s flaws, lamenting the Republican National Committee’s decision to rescind an invitation to a major fundraising event after Huntsman called for a third-party candidate to enter the race.

“This is what they do in China on party matters if you talk off script,” Huntsman said.

Huntsman, a former Utah governor who dropped out of the GOP primary in January, served as U.S. ambassador to China under President Barack Obama.

He also criticized the Republican candidates’ foreign policy stances, particularly in regard to China.

“I don’t know what world these people are living in,” Huntsman said.



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Norman Parkinson – Image Gallery

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Parkinson (birth name Ronald William Parkinson Smith) was born in London, and educated at Westminster School.

He began his career in 1931 as an apprentice to the court photographers Speaight and Sons Ltd. In 1934 he opened his own studio together with Norman Kibblewhite. From 1935 to 1940 he worked for Harper’s Bazaar and The Bystander magazines.

During the Second World War he served as a reconnaissance photographer over France for the Royal Air Force.

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We Are the 99 Percent


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Oliphant – “What’s Up Dawg?’

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Patrick Bruce “Pat” Oliphant (b. 24 July 1935 in Adelaide, Australia) is the most widely syndicated political cartoonist in the world, described by the New York Times as “the most influential cartoonist now working”.

His trademark is a small penguin character named Punk, who is often seen making a sarcastic comment about the subject of the panel.

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