CuriousJockAZ saidGood for him. I suspect John Huntsman will do the same and reject this. Funny how the Mormons in the race seem to be the most liberal minded. If Sarah Palin gets in the race, I would not be surprised if she rejects it as well.
That is very nice. I think to stand the remotest chance, the Republican candidate will need to distance himself or herself as far from the teaparty wing as possible.
I realize that there are libertarians in the teaparty wing that do not oppose gay marriage. But most of the far right conservative Christian fundamentalists are over hanging out on the far right of the Republican diving board. They all are congratulating themselves because they think they've won over the Republican party (witness them sweeping through the Maine Republican Party). But I really don't think the Republicans stand a chance if they let this extreme right win the nomination.
As for Palin....I suppose you are right, if she has somebody actually think it through for her. I don't have much confidence in what she has upstairs, as you can tell.