Lack of organization and discipline dooms Newt Gingrich, pundits say

In the South Carolina debate, Newt Gingrich said he could start over, he would not try to be “a normal candidate.” He would not forge a professional team, but would instead focus on a “big solutions, Internet-based campaign from day one, because … I’m not capable of being a sort of traditional candidate.” After Florida, his supporters might hear this as less of a boast than a lament.

Floundering in a barrage of negative advertising and losing in two debates, the sputtering conclusion of Gingrich’s Florida campaign was summed up in a bizarre robocall telling voters that Romney had forced elderly Jews in Massachussetts to eat non-Kosher lunches because he vetoed a bill to pay for the good stuff.

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