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Free Advertising: The Jon Huntsman Campaign


Do you ever have the feeling that you're life is incomplete?
Well, it is.
Are there things that just drive you insane?
Of course there are.

QATFYG:
What has the answers to all the problems?

Could it be Jon Huntsman?

Well, no one knows for sure, but if you have some official Jon Huntsman merchandise, your life will be better.
He is running for president, and his numbers are kinda low...so throw the dog a bone and buy some of his products.

On any presidential campaign, one must determine the formula success. Well, to Jon's credit, he is the only man running for president who has one. So you can sport that on this drawstring backpack, which bears



Look Closely
It reads H20 12.
H20 12...formula for success ;)

Do you wear clothes with Lapels?
Well, you're in the right place with the H Lapel Pin




Remember H is the first letter in Hero and Happiness. :) Go Jon.
(Please disregard the fact that H is also the first letter in Herbert Hoover and Heil Hitler)


Do you drink soda?
Of course you do, but are there times in life when soda is not cold?
Well, there is no problem, we have the Jon Huntsman Can Coolie.


Do you get it?
Like Jon...It's cool. Soda is cool...Jon is cool...do you see the connection?

Well, all these products and more are available at http://huntsman.ifanstores.com/ copy and paste.

This Ad was not Paid for nor Endorsed by Jon Huntsman former Utah Governor and Ambassador to China and Singapore, only candidate with foreign policy experience, only candidate to bring state healthcare without a mandate, only candidate who understands the dynamics of the relationship of China, only candidate for 100% of the people, father and family man, maybe our next president.

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