The Ironic Priesthood

July 20, 2006

This is not the first time that Utah’s governor has chosen the wrong team

Filed under: ¿Humor? — thehighpriest @ 5:38 pm

Upon hearing that Governor Jon Huntsman, Jr, has chosen to support the right very unMormon candidate, John McCain, instead of Mitt Romney, we have done some investigating and discovered that this is not the first time that Huntsman has made a wrong choice.

In 1982, he shouted for joy when Dwight Clark made The Catch.

In 1983, he thought Mike Schmidt should have earned a third MVP.

He rooted for the Lakers throughout the 80’s.

Finally, he has long been a well-known Utes fan.

Clearly, there is nothing to be done except to ignore the poor man and pray he finds it acceptable in the Telestial Kingdom.

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2 Comments »

  1. Jon Hunstman, Sr., gave $200,000 to the Republican Party – then he gave $200,000 to the Democratic Party. He hedges his bets, and tries to buy influence with as many sides as possble. So he supports Romney, while his son supports McCain. Perhaps Karen or Pete will endorse Hillary, just to cover their bases. Either way, they can say “a Huntsman supported you.”

    Plus, doesn’t anyone think it would be a little creepy if every single prominent Mormon in the country endorsed Romney?

    Comment by Craig Russell — July 28, 2006 @ 3:59 am

  2. Actually, considering how most people view Mormons, I assume it would be creepy if we didn’t act as if the Hive was in control.

    Comment by thehighpriest — July 28, 2006 @ 2:45 pm


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