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A Must-Read For Primary Voters

After a couple weeks of the elite GOP onslaught against candidate Gingrich--from the National Review Op-Ed post on Wednesday to George Will, Charles Krauthammer, Mark Steyn, and some other nationally-syndicated radio talk show protectorates of Romney --comes National Review's Andrew McCarthy who's responding to his colleagues' one-sided sand blasting on the former Speaker. McCarthy's piece provides some much-needed sanity, context, and clarity to all those who revel in fire breathing on Newt's candidacy while playing patty-cake with Romney's serious weaknesses. Whether you love Newt or hate him, this piece is a breath of fresh air for all those who prefer--as Dennis Prager says--clarity to agreement.



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