We almost had what Newt Gingrich would’ve called a “profoundly, fundamentally trans-formative moment” in the 2012 campaign.
According to Businessweek, Gingrich and Rick Santorum nearly agreed to form a “Unity Ticket” in a last ditch effort to win the GOP nomination from Mitt Romney. There was just one problem with a joint ticket between a candidate who loved family values and the candidate who just loved having lots of families:

…the negotiations collapsed in acrimony because Gingrich and Santorum could not agree on who would get to be president.  

Easy answer: neither. Neither of you gets to be president.
Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images/Getty Images News

We almost had what Newt Gingrich would’ve called a “profoundly, fundamentally trans-formative moment” in the 2012 campaign.

According to Businessweek, Gingrich and Rick Santorum nearly agreed to form a “Unity Ticket” in a last ditch effort to win the GOP nomination from Mitt Romney. There was just one problem with a joint ticket between a candidate who loved family values and the candidate who just loved having lots of families:

…the negotiations collapsed in acrimony because Gingrich and Santorum could not agree on who would get to be president.  

Easy answer: neither. Neither of you gets to be president.

Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images/Getty Images News

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    i’d pay money to watch a Gingrich-Santorum slap fight but wasn’t that sort of the ending of My Fellow Americans?
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    To think, all either lacked was a viable path to the GOP nomination.
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