During his appearance on MSNBC Thursday morning former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman asserted his belief that, “The Republican Party is broken”– expressing his discontent with the dominance of the two major parties, writes The Raw Story.
“We need campaign finance reform,” he said. “The system is broken. We need term limits. We need something to compete against a duopoly that is getting old and tired.”
Huntsman suspended his bid for the Republican nomination blaming his unwillingness to pander to special interests, and a lack of young voters turning out that feel the system is “rigged” by current campaign finance rules.
Disinterested in taking part in an independent bid, Huntsman said, “I think we are going to have problems until we get some sort of third party movement or some alternative voice out there that can put forward new ideas.”
Huntsman pointed out that the "fastest growing party in America is the unaffiliated party" and that a strong third party would be a "healthy thing." Read the full article.