Gingrich Campaign Death of the Day

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Gingrich Campaign Death of the Day
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Newt Gingrich's financially unstable bid for the presidency will finally have its long awaited death on Tuesday, according to several reports. Gingrich's campaign has had its fair share of financial trouble. Gingrich came into a particularly ugly (re: sad) final attempt to stomp for delegates during the Delaware primary last week. It's unsure whether Gingrich can afford a trumpet player to play "Taps" in honor of his dead attempt to be president.

[ajc]

Say What Now GOP Audio Clip of the Day

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Republican legislator Rep. Virginia Foxx (NC), cares nothing for your student loans because you don't need to borrow money for higher education. To wit (from Foxx herself): "I have very little tolerance for people who tell me that they graduate with $200,000 of debt or even $80,000 of debt because there's no reason for that. We live in an opportunity society and people are forgetting that."

So if we've learned anything from Republicans this election year, it's [insert controversial statement about birth control here] and they don't want to pay for your education, so get a job and pay for it yourself.

[thinkprogress]

GOP Presidential Candidate Drops-Out-Maybe Quote of the Day

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GOP Presidential Candidate Drops-Out-Maybe Quote of the Day
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Newt (really?) Gingrich said of opponent Mitt Romney today on Fox, "[F]ar and away the most likely" Republican nominee, yet he hasn't announced conceding. Oh well, at least he still has that cushy Speaker of the House job, oh wait...

[gawker]

Last Stop of the Day: Herman Cain Suspends Campaign

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Last Stop of the Day: Herman Cain Suspends Campaign
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Last Stop of the Day: Now-former GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain announced the suspension of his campaign today in a speech punctuated by a repeat recitation of Donna Summer's "The Power of One" -- a quote he acknowledged for the first time was pluck