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Published: Sunday, Oct. 24 2010 12:00 a.m. MDT

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Furry1993
Somewhere in Utah, UT

If Pawlenty can prove himself to be a moderate, middle-of-the-road candidate instead of just another Republican right-wing radical, I will consider him. I haven't seen him do so yet. As far as I can see, there is just one good Republican candidate for president at this point (and he likely won't be running in 2012) -- Jon W. Huntsman, Jr. I'd support Huntsman and work for him. I wouldn't give any of the others the time of day...or my vote.

Mark B
Eureka, CA

Who does Pawlenty's hair color?

Roland Kayser
Cottonwood Heights, UT

Pawlenty says we can cut taxes AND balance the budget. He is either lying or can't do math, or both. There is one potential Republican candidate that I could possibly support--Mitch Daniels.

What in Tucket?
Provo, UT

Strange every time taxes have been lowered tax revenue increases. Every time tax rates lowered for the rich tax revenue increases. IT is very simple when the rich get richer it means people are working and buying products from the wealthier who own the companies, start new companies, hire more workers a higher wages. You want to hurt the rich raise their taxes, but don't expect them to keep their companies in the US. A vote for a Democrat is a vote for public unions, recession, fewer jobs.

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