“The later we get a nominee, the less time Obama has to smear the nominee ... [Obama's campaign is] going to raise the billion dollars but what if they don’t know who to attack? What if they don’t know exactly what they’re doing?”
--Newt Gingrich on "Hannity" last night
reaching explaining why his refusal to withdraw from the GOP primary race is actually good for Republicans. Maybe a prolonged primary denies President Barack Obama's reelection campaign a clear target to attack but when Rick Santorum is calling the GOP front runner "the worst Republican in the country," what difference does it make?