That’s what Gov. Jon Huntsman (R-Utah) calls Gov. Romney. He also has this to say:
“I don’t think it does anybody any good to see it through a religious prism,” Huntsman said. “This is much broader than that. And I think the LDS population is to be seen as broader than that and increasingly diverse in its interests and its aspirations and its makeup….However, being politically monochromatic as a state isn’t always in our long-term interests,” particularly if another candidate wins.
And, he said, “to the extent we can reflect a little bit of diversity on behalf of our state, I think that’s also a good thing.” The issue of Romney’s religion, the governor said, “has been overplayed.”