These days, it seems the only time Mitt Romney opens his mouth is to change his shoes.
On Wednesday, the frontrunner for the GOP presidential nomination added to an already long list of sound-byte-friendly gaffes when he told CNN’s Soledad O’Brien he’s “not concerned about the very poor.”
After taking a beating by Newt Gingrich in last week’s South Carolina debates and primary, GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s campaign flailed — but in Thursday night’s debate in Jacksonville, FL, the former Massachusetts governor delivered his most aggressive performance yet.
Newt Gingrich has surged to the front of the field among Republican presidential hopefuls, despite questions about his past failed marriages.
In fact, Gingrich seemed to score points with GOP voters when he lambasted CNN’s John King during a South Carolina debate for bringing up one of Gingrich’s ex-wives’ allegations of infidelity.
With the all-important Florida primary looming, many state polls show Newt Gingrich has closed the gap between himself and the presumed frontrunner Mitt Romney — and that’s making many within the Republican party exceedingly nervous.
Conservative talk show host Michael Savage is seemingly so sure of Newt Gingrich’s inability to beat Barack Obama in the general election, that he’s willing to take him out of the race… by any financial means necessary.