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The weak and the shrewed

January 28, 2012
Dr. David Turner , The Inter-Mountain

Newt Gingrich's defeat of Mitt Romney in South Carolina seemed to come as a surprise to many in the media. Sure his debate performances turned the race, but that reflected as much on Romney's weakness as a candidate. Gingrich shrewdly observed that it was not just his forensic skills, but his message that counted. Simply put, the Republican electorate wants someone to pick up the conservative banner, and Gingrich did so with style.

 
 

 

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