2/14/2012 7:30 PM ET |
Filed under: Politik
Thankfully for his pride, the end is almost here.
Though he is well behind both Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum in the polls, Newt Gingrich has not given up on his campaign to win the GOP presidential race. During a rally last night in California, he spurned the National Review for hinting that he should quit while he is, well, behind. But Newt is resilient and told the crowd:
"I believe in a few weeks I'll return to being the leader in the Gallup poll. I think my ideas are much bolder than Santorum or Romney's. I think my ideas are much clearer and more specific and I have to focus on communicating those ideas. Let's see how it plays out."
The man has confidence. Ill-advised, but whatever.
Maybe he does have a shot, who knows? But it doesn't matter anyway…
Obama for the win in 2012! All the way, every way possible!
[Image via WENN.]
Tags: california, gop, mitt romney, newt gingrich, president, presidential race