Conservative icon, National Review, calls for Newt Gingrich to drop campaign for Republican nomination
The conservative icon, National Review, is calling for Newt Gingrich to drop out of the race.
According to a February 13, 2012 editorial:
“But it would be a grave mistake for the party to make someone with such poor judgment and persistent unpopularity its presidential nominee. It is not clear whether Gingrich remains in the race because he still believes he could become president next year or because he wants to avenge his wounded pride: an ambiguity that suggests the problem with him as a leader.”
And that’s from the conservative wing of the Republican party.
The National Review says that it is “Santorum’s Turn,” that Mitt Romney “remains the undramatic figure at the center of the primaries’ drama.” It’s not so much that Romney is the best candidate. In fact, “lack of enthusiasm for him has set it all in motion.” Worse, “Romney is trying to win the nomination by pulverizing his rivals” [i.e., his fellow Republicans]. So much for Reagan’s 11th Commandment, though clearly the same lack of adherence to that commandment is true for all the other candidates as well. Of course, you can add one or two (or more) other Commandments that Newt Gingrich has also violated.
How will this end? Likely very badly for Romney. Oh, and Gingrich? He’s pretty much toast.
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