Magazine February 6, 2012, Issue

The Week

(Roman Genn)

• Mismanaged and lacking strategic direction, the Gingrich campaign may be in need of a leveraged buyout.

• After the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primary, Mitt Romney is much closer to getting the nomination than any of his competitors. This is so even though few people have voted, few delegates have been awarded, and conservatives continue to have serious misgivings about him. He is rising in the national polls, which also show that many Republicans who do not list him as their first choice find him acceptable. All of his rivals (their continued multiplicity is another boon for him)

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Mismanaged and lacking strategic direction, the Gingrich campaign may be in need of a leveraged buyout.

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