A Romney-Gingrich Ticket ‘Is Inconceivable,’ Says Newt Gingrich

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Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich prepares to address the Republican National Committee's State Chairman's meeting at the Gaylord National Hotel and Convention Center May 11, 2010 in National Harbor, Maryland. The former Georgia politician and college professor talked to the assembled GOP leaders about how the 2010 election will "change America." Saying that President Barack Obama rammed through healthcare reform using a political "machine," Gingrich said, "We dont' need to understand it. We need to defeat it and replace it with people who are about America."
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Speaking on Face the Nation, Newt noted: "Would you pick me? ... I am so much my own agent, it would be — it’s inconceivable." Ever magnanimous, Gingrich also promised to "do everything I can to help elect Romney."