President Obama is not yet two months into his term and already there’s talk about who might run for the job in 2012. It appears that Newt Gingrich, the former Republican House speaker, badly wants to be president. According to sources in Washington, Gingrich is busy making contacts lining up support. Observers say Newt has even lost a few pounds. He was asked recently on “Meet the Press” whether he wanted to run for president in 2012 and his response was: “Not particularly.” That comment was not only unusual, but it appears to have been a planned response designed to make folks talk. Indeed, it has created lots of talk around the country. Most seem to believe Gingrich is available to be a candidate – “if asked.” While Newt is smart and appears to have organizational talents, I’m not sure he is the sort of person who could be a President for all Americans!
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