The knock on former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty's chances of winning the 2012 GOP presidential nod is that he is just "too nice" -- not a charismatic enough figure to get voters excited enough to vote for him.
But, every candidate weighing a run for the Republican presidential nod has at least one major flaw -- many of them larger than Pawlenty's alleged charisma deficit.
So, could Pawlenty's lack of major weaknesses actually be his greatest strength in the nomination fight?
We explore that idea in today's episode of the "Fast Fix".