Newt Gingrich's much-touted fatwa against Mittens has thus far frankly failed to meet your Gleaner's hopes and expectations. Gingrich has more or less called Romney a stinky poophead, which is fine, s'pose, but the basis for Newt's conclusion vis-a-vis the fecal characteristics of the Willardian cranium has mostly been confined to the complaint that Willard is not conservative enough.
With one foot already in the general election campaign, Romney probably isn't crying much over allegations that he is insufficiently wingnutty.
Gingrich's super PAC is making noises indicating that it could come through with a loving tribute to Romney's tenure as a job destroyer at Bain Capital. That's the good stuff -- that and the fact that quarter-billionaire Willard Romney pays a tax rate lower than yours. (More on why Nevada should remember that Romney knows lots about the economy, but only its bad parts, in your Gleaner's next CityLife column, btw.)
But Gingrich's super PAC may or may not put the Bain stuff on the teevee. Ditherers. And Newt says Mittens is timid. Sheesh.
First Newt says he's going to be nice, and that's a lie. Then he says he's going to be mean. Will that be a lie too? Is Gingrich such a liar that we can't even believe he is lying when he is lying?