Credit Where Credit Is Due: Jon Huntsman Edition

Republican presidential candidate Jon Huntsman has been earning some praise and concern for sending this reality-based tweet yesterday. Praise from those of us who wish desperately that science will not become a victim of the GOP’s identity politics. Concern from many who believe it already is, and that this effectively has ended Huntsman’s campaign.

While the beltway press seems to be obsessing over the antics of Rick Perry and Michelle Bachman, Huntsman has been flying more or less under the radar. For those who wish to know a little more about Huntsman, you could do worse than this recent Vogue profile.

As I said over at Kloor’s, it’s a sad day when politicians have to be applauded for mild acceptance of mainstream science, but applauded they should be.

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3 responses to “Credit Where Credit Is Due: Jon Huntsman Edition

  1. Pingback: The conservative face of science and the role of consensus | The Way Things Break

  2. Here are rent Huntsman comments, reported as being an energy plan.
    http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2011/11/01/huntsman-unveils-energy-policy/?iref=allsearch

    He acknowledges global warming but his policy path does little or nothing to fight it.

  3. Pingback: Moving slowly and avoiding whiplash: John Huntsman and Climate Edition | The Way Things Break

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