And I don't mean Jason Chaffetz's closet, either.
What I mean is that Jon Huntsman needs to come out and admit what he really is.
Hold a press conference, and let the Republicans know that since they don't want him any more, he's leaving.
And joining the other team.
Pulling a Jim Jeffords, if you will.
Heck, he'd be more of a leader than our party has seen in a really long time.
So, go ahead, Republicans. Tell Jon Huntsman he isn't a good Republican.
'Cause we'd take him in a heartbeat.
For more on Huntsman's Democratic credentials, check out this from Paul Rolly:
The latest clue to Huntsman's true political identity came Monday in a Salt Lake Tribune story when a spokesperson said he
favored having a domestic partnership program in Utah in which same-sex couple could claim many of the same rights afforded to married couples without the declaration of marriage.
If that isn't enough to make the Utah Republican hierarchy lose its vouchers, he also believes in cap and trade agreements and other initiatives to reduce pollution, a softer, more humane approach to illegal immigration and a relaxation of some of Utah's stringent alcohol control laws.
He even believes in bonding and dipping into the rainy day fund to save education and health care programs.
A close look at Huntsman's policy positions should convince anyone that he fits the political profile of the moder, conservative western-style Democrat.