Things That Are Obama’s Fault, Part MCVI: Newt Gingrich’s Bad Campaign Strategy

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Republican presidential candidate, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich speaks at his party on primary night January 10, 2012 in Manchester, New Hampshire. According to early results, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney finished first in the state's primary election. Romney has led a field of six GOP candidates in the polls by double digits going into to the primary, a second important test for presidential hopefuls. Photo: Allison Joyce/Getty Images

At a book signing earlier today, Newt Gingrich, surprisingly, agreed with a voter who scolded him for attacking Mitt Romney's business experience at Bain Capital. “I agree with you,” Gingrich replied. “It’s an impossible theme to talk about with Obama in the background. Obama just makes it impossible to talk rationally in that area because he is so deeply into class warfare that automatically you get an echo effect." You ruin everything, Obama. Literally everything.