Newt Gingrich managed to live to see another day, and he’ll do battle in both New Hampshire and South Carolina — not with Romney, who he’s out to destroy, but with Rick Santorum. Newt needs to be more passionate and less professorial and, for heaven’s sake, Newt, put on a damned tie.
Perry needs to retool his message and overcome the gaffes which for he has become so infamous. He says he’s going home to reconsider his candidacy, but if he stays in the race he will meet Santorum and Gingrich in South Carolina and that will be the end for him.
As for Michele Bachmann, it’s time for her to go back and to Minnesota and run for re-election and not be like California ‘s Bob Dornan, who stayed too long in running for president and as a result lost his House seat to Loretta Sanchez. She has announced that she is suspending her campaign, and that’s a good move.
The Iowa caucuses are over but the fun has just begun. Fasten your seatbelts, America, the ride ahead may get bumpy. There might well be room for another candidate to emerge and sweep the field.
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