Former short-term Utah governor John Huntsman -- or, as most voters call him, "Who?!" - -has resigned from the post he took after resigning from the governorship (the GOP loves its quitters) and has decided to run for president in the most tentative way possible: by not really telling people what he thinks, and then immediately changing his mind.
Speaking to a New Hampshire crowd composed primarily of reporters (and some people who just wanted to eat dinner), "Who?!" was asked (privately) about the controversial plan wherein Hypocrite Paul Ryan has proposed mugging Grandma at gunpoint to keep insurance executives fat and happy, and said this:
“there’s a lot that’s part of the Ryan plan that needs to be considered.”
Which is not quite the wholehearted support one would expect from a bona fide conservative. We don't know what "lot" "needs to be considered," (or what part isn't worth considering) because if reporters asked him that follow-up, they didn't bother noting what he said.
They also didn't bother noting that apparently later that day, in remarks that were broadcast today, "Who?!" said he would have voted for the Ryan plan had he not been gallivanting around in China:
“I would have voted for it … including the Medicare provisions,"
So: Did "Who!?" not have time to read the most prominent piece of legislation extant before opting to speak to reporters in New Hampshire, and only then went back to read it before going on TV?
Or did someone in his camp remind him, when he waffled on Ryan"Care", what happened to Newt after he took on the plan that should be called "Grandma Got Run Over By A Special Interest Group?"