Comments:US presidential candidate Duncan Hunter speaks to Wikinews
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Another nice interview, too bad, you didn't have him re-answer that question on sovereignty before he left for the conference. At least he's still in the race so far, he seems like Kucinich in 2004, he still continue to poll for the nomination even after it's pretty much been wrapped up in the primaries.
But for the most part, unlike Brownback and somewhat Tancredo, Hunter for the most part is a flash in the pan, but Huckabee is considering him for a post supposedly. But it seems many of the candidates are for the most part echoing the same sentiment. Heck you could roll Brownback, Huckabee, Tancredo, Hunter and Thompson (and even Romney if not for the flipflopping) in one candidate for the most part. --TUFKAAP 01:36, 3 January 2008 (UTC)