Newt's campaign is over. He might as well get out now.
The former House Speaker is facing criticism from politicians and voters alike for comments he made Sunday on "Meet the Press." On the show, Gingrich described House Budget chairman Paul Ryan's (R-Wis.) proposed changes to Medicare as "radical change."
Why should he get out now? Because many conservatives saw right through his comments. His comments about health care were a coded message to the Democrats in which he told them "I won't repeal Obamacare".
Assuming (God forbid) he got elected, the moment he was in office, he would say something like "It's been in place all these years, we can't change it now. It would be too much social engineering to change things back to what they were." And then he'd keep Obamacare and we'd all be screwed.
What Newt doesn't realize is that Conservatives want a fighter, not an appeaser. Newt's an appeaser. He has no idea what's going on in the real world. So he's out the door. Goodbye Newt. Don't let the door hit you on the way out.