He's not wrong. I'm not enthralled with the man. For me to get excited about a GOP candidate, we'd need the likes of a Powell or a Weld. Huntsman, akaik is legitimately pro-life and though that's not a deal-breaker for me, it certainly indicates that Huntsman isn't my "ideal" candidate. The thing is, though, Huntsman is less crazy. And for the viability of our electoral system, we need a non-crazy candidate from the GOP. I don't care if Obama could swat down Perry like a fly--if Perry gets nominated, it'll only be confirmation to the troglodytes that their way works and their way is mainstream (which it is not, and even if it were, it shouldn't be). Huntsman talks about gaining Democrat and Independent support--he recognizes the U.S.A. is composed of more than just right-wing conservatives. We need that in a nominee, and we desperately need that in the general election political dialogue.