Well it is official – Mitt Romney and Ron Paul makes two! Yesterday marked the exit from the Republican presidential primary of Newt Gingrich, rumored to be seeking a deal to trade his endorsement for the settling of more than four million dollars in campaign debt. The former Speaker of the House, never at a loss for words, left the race with only a handful of delegates after a rather halfhearted campaign, which seemed like a glorified book tour for himself and his wife Callista. With a charming little concession speech, he criticized President Barack Obama a bit more, coyly held back from endorsing Mitt Romney, and thanked the real wind beneath his wings, by saying, “ And of course, while they weren’t directly associated with the campaign, it would be impossible for me to be here and thank everybody without mentioning Sheldon and Miriam Adelson, who single-handedly came pretty close to matching Romney’s super PAC.” Hmmm.
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