Presidential Campaigning, Huntsman Style - By Andrew Cline - The Corner - National Review Online: "Jon Huntsman ended his presidential campaign exactly as he began it: as a pompous, sermonizing mannequin.
To say that Huntsman was Mitt Romney without the flair would be unfair — to Mitt Romney. Despite their surface similarities, Romney and Huntsman were enormously different candidates. Huntsman lacked all of Romney’s great strengths — a reason for running, a coherent message for the voters, a plan for winning, and the discipline, organization, and killer instinct necessary to defeat his opponents. Huntsman brought two visible attributes to the table: condescension and the need for adulation."