Jon Huntsman Drops Out, Rick Santorum Picks Up Evangelical Support

Monday, January 16, 2012

Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman speaks to local business owners during a business lunch in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. (Getty)

This seems to be the race of late deciders, sudden reversals, and surprising distractions. And perhaps the biggest surprise of the weekend was that it wasn't Rick Perry who dropped out of the race. Instead, former Utah governor Jon Huntsman will announce today that he is ending his candidacy and endorsing Romney.

Dr. Tony Beam is director of the Christian Worldview Center at North Greenville College and host of the South Carolina radio program Christian Worldview Today. Jordan Fabian is political editor at Univision.

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Dr. Tony Beam and Jordan Fabian

Comments [3]

Jack from http://www.romney4president.us/

Jon Huntsman's Illuminati Ways!

Feb. 01 2012 03:40 PM
Peg from Southern Tier NY

Huntsman was the only SANE candidate in the GOP presidential line-up. He also was the ONLY republican who knows that Global Climate change and environmental degradation of our resources are real. He also believes in compromise and cooperation both nationally and internationally. "Head in the sand" republicans will be in for a real shock when they discover that our planet and it's environment drive the world's economies and everything else necessary for life as we know it. I'll be voting for Obama.

Jan. 16 2012 09:16 AM
AM:Radio from Georgia

Jon "Its A Matter Of Trust" Huntsman, Placing Country 1st

He Quit His Job As Governor Of Utah, After Being Re-Elected By 80%

He Left His Governors Job To Serve Our Nation As U.S. Ambassador to China

He Quit That Job In Less Than 2 Years To Run For President

He Ran For President & Now Quitting That Race

Note:He Talks About Placing "Country First" & "Trust" Yet He Never
Did Such A Thing, He Placed His Own Ulterior Political Ambitions 1st
& The Lesson, The End Result To This Is..

People Will Hold Your Words, Deeds & Ulterior Motives To Account. Jon Huntsman, Was Too Ambitious & So Insincere, He Wanted It All, Too Fast, Too Quick , It Was Bound To End This Way, If Not Now Then On Another Day

Jan. 16 2012 08:52 AM

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