Why are none of the Republican candidates, except Newt Gingrich, going to be the nominee for president? Because they won't be. It's as simple as that, according to Gingrich. That's it. They won't be. He will be. That's all.
From an interview with ABC News' Jake Tapper:
TAPPER: “How do you respond to Republicans who say if you don’t draw distinctions with Mitt Romney and others who are attacking you, if you don’t point out their perceived vulnerabilities, Barack Obama and the Democrats sure aren’t going to share that same reluctance and you are doing Obama a favor by staying positive?”
GINGRICH: “They are not going to be the nominee. I don’t have to go around and point out the inconsistencies of people who are not going to be the nominee. They are not going to be the nominee.”
TAPPER: “You are going to be the nominee?”
GINGRICH: “I’m going to be the nominee."
Quite simply, if Newt believes it, it is so.