In the interests of historical accuracy, it would be a shame to lose the remarkable series of political advertisements produced by the Huntsman campaign. Huntsman's campaign was responsible for some of the highest quality work generated by any of the Republican candidates, work that for the most part elevated the debate and contributed to its honesty. Yet now we learn that as the Huntsman campaign folds its tents, they are in the process of attempting to remove their efforts from easy public access. Say it ain't so, Jon! It is disappointing to learn that you have so little concern for preserving the historical record. Someone with more technologically savvy than I should create a permanent archive for this priceless material.
In the meantime, I can at least re-post a few items. Let's not forget, for example, the flip-flopping monkey ad:
And even if Huntsman's and Romney's people can scrub the web of such campaign commercials, they will still have a hard time burying public interviews, such as the "Waffle House" statement:
And of course his remarkable debate retort when Romney had the nerve to attack Huntsman for serving his country as ambassador to China.
Last but not least, we must never forget the Huntsman daughters:
I should have known we can count on the Democratic rapid response machine to get out a compilation of Huntsman quotes: