Gary Johnson hits a home run interview on ABCNews. His answers are concise, rational, and correct. Gary-- Don't let them badger you with your relative obscurity. Just fire back that many recent presidents and candidates on presidential tickets were relatively obscure governors like Bill Clinton, Sarah Palin, and Jimmy Carter. They often do well because they are outsiders to DC, have executive experience, and without the name recognition, are less polarizing than other figures might be.