Gingrich Promises to "Impose the Future," Return to Florida


Orlando, Fla. - Shortly after declaring, "Forty-six states to go," Former Orange County Mayor and Gingrich supporter Rich Crotty announced to a thin-but-vocal crowd of Newt supporters, "It's not over." 

And the wake came alive. 

Minutes later, Gingrich took the stage and thanked Floridians. Though they didn't give him any delegates for the Republican convention, they made "clear this will be a two-person race between the conservative Newt Gingrich, and the Massachusetts Moderate." (Mitt Romney, I presume.) 

"I just want to reassure the media we will contest every place and we are going to win and we will be in Tampa as the nominee in August." 

The money line, in this humble reporter's opinion, was Gingrich's promise to "impose the future on the establishment, and on both parties." 

That's a campaign slogan if I've ever heard one.