Newt will do just fine when he returns to the job of NOT lobbying. I
wouldn't expect to see him on a street corner holding up a sign that says
"Will explain history for food."
He needs to retire and go home (and let Callista worry about #4).
I agree with Tom Perdue, (a Republican strategist in Georgia, has long been
skeptical of Gingrich's candidacy and believes Gingrich is effectively
finished in politics). The "hateful, solipsistic" side of Newt was
exposed and turned off any of us that originally might have been interested. I
doubt he will again appear on FOX News as a contributor after his "caustic
blame" for his lack of coverage (which I challenge - he 'popped
up' everywhere). We see this so often, very intelligent gifted individuals
imploding by their own doing. I foresee the same happening to Pres. Obama. He
continues on an agenda that the Country doesn't seem to agree with and we
continue in our downward spiral (housing/financially/divisiveness, etc.)... yet,
he continues to "sail his course". Time will tell.
Gingtrich's appeal is very narrow and, despite his obvious intelligence, is
primarily ego driven. History has not and will not judge him kindly for good