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We -- hours away from Super Tuesday -- -- nineteen delegates at stake now that's a lot.
So what is most important question facing the -- heading into this very important day.
Well this might surprise you.
Wasn't gas or -- and Meet the Press it was thick contraception controversy angered David Gregory asked former speaker of asking Gingrich about these inflammatory remarks by Rush Limbaugh.
Coming -- a college coed Susan fluke.
-- goes before a congressional committee and essentially says that she must be paid to have sex what does that make her.
-- -- slot right.
As a prostitute she wants to be paid to have sex.
No Rush Limbaugh apologize to those comments he did that on Saturday but that didn't in the uproar on Sunday on Meet the Press speaker Gingrich was asked about it.
And he did not seem happy.
And David I am astonished.
At the desperation of the elite media.
Rising gas prices to avoid the president's apology to religious fanatics and Afghanistan.
To avoid a trillion dollar deficit to avoid the longest period of unemployment since the Great Depression.
And the suddenly decide that Rush Limbaugh.
Is the great national crisis of this week.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Well god bless speaker Gingrich for taken David Gregory out behind the the barn and given -- -- will open.
-- remember you would be even worse if you showed us David Gregory's question which was that I believe the first question which he said you don't like.
Another other important issues but you don't let's -- what do you think about -- Rush Limbaugh thing let's play the footage what are you.
How big problem is it says David Gregory it -- all -- this as speaker Gingrich took him outside Reno and then did what he needed to do obtain and is tied.
And good for him a -- we've seen the media -- throughout this process to do this kind of stuff.
Now imagine what would happen if David Gregory had started off by talking about gas prices and they've been asking tough questions about jobs and economy and you know what it did do that you know things of substance and then at some point it said now we've we've beyond what I ask your question about this issue.
Speaker Gingrich could not have to give an answer that he gave it might -- -- might have said it is that a problem or isn't a problem but.
Gregory had a lead with his chin and he got it.
Dealt with pretty -- severely and deserved to be treated that way.
What if nothing else to would've thought this though he might have learned what -- instead of asking a question like that a speaker Gingrich because I remember one time ticket -- practically took the skin off John king and have CNN that the right.
Meant so much is though that we're serve like you know -- hand in hand in their the ball to.
To speaker -- of the deaconess -- to our throats.
Well you know it's sort of like Gingrich you know they're both -- -- you're right John king and David Gregory pulls through you know sort of you know reared back from the pitcher's mound and threw the ball and there's Gingrich with the bat on his shoulder and just sort of scene in the book ball approach is slow motion and pounds -- out of the park and well -- should I'm glad that he did it good for.
Right does some less Super Tuesday tomorrow for nineteen delegates are.
Bill what -- Obviously if if governor -- as a big night and that may be the end of the whole struggling he just he secures at least pretty much is headed towards the nomination.
But if speaker Gingrich wins Georgia and if -- winds Tennessee does that change things.
First full list of file -- a big night is I mean we're gonna have lots of definition set tomorrow night I think there's a chance to tomorrow night.
Every chance that Romney could come out with a strong plurality of the delegates that are up for grabs tomorrow night and in the contest last Saturday.
In Washington State in this coming Saturday -- one and only.
And I think there's a chance he could come -- absolute majority in if he does a few wins.
Majority strong plurality or majority of the delegates in at least half the contest.
Either -- -- -- that are up tomorrow tomorrow night or half the twelve that have been up from last Saturday next Saturday.
And the others are all split up didn't -- -- could be eight but it may very strong.
Inflection point -- campaign.
Speaker Gingrich in my opinion has got to not only win.
Georgia but he's also got to win elsewhere in the country and it looks like the only other places he's got a chance to win are potentially Oklahoma and Tennessee and if he does.
That he becomes a regional candidate if he doesn't he becomes.
A favorite son candidate.
Neither one of them though is adequate to go all the way.
Same what's Rick Santorum he's got to win Ohio.
And I think he may well -- tomorrow night but I think it's gonna be mathematically impossible.
For him to win a majority of the delegates if you YouTube you probably share this -- your viewers before bit.
Says senator Santorum did not file delegate slates and three congressional district nine delegates are and -- are up and congressional district six.
And thirteen which along the Ohio River and congressional district 9089 which is.
From Cleveland over two to Toledo and he did file enough delegates in six other seats.
He failed to file and file only one.
Delegated CD four -- northwest Ohio around Lima which is good territory form CD ten.
Which is in Dayton CD sixteen which is in Cleveland going south towards can.
And the only file one delegate and CB three which is in Columbus CD eight John Boehner speaker John Boehner district and southwest which could shoot should be.
Good tour for Santorum has seeded twelve.
Which is in north of Columbus and though it and the suburbs and rural counties.
You know and it's inexplicable -- eighteen of the 66 delegates up tomorrow night.
He can't compete for including nine in three congressional districts -- he has no chance whatsoever.
I imagine that by the best job in -- -- big campaign meant to be the governor Romney is tonight.
But if you had to decide between running either governor santorum's campaign -- governor Gingrich's campaign tonight strictly from.
-- campaign manager is that point of view which campaign would you rather be in charge of -- -- Yes senator Santorum because he -- he has demonstrated thus far you know ability in midwestern states Minnesota and Missouri.
And -- she demonstrated some strength in the polls in Oklahoma and Tennessee.
But again he's got an uphill -- -- could climb I mean he is one Iowa.
And he's well which you -- netted him some delegates but it did they don't portion them.
They don't lock command that night and had three contests that are are.
You know Missouri and Minnesota and Colorado where delegates are not awarded.
And so tomorrow night is his first chance actually lock in delegates.
Under the party rules the rest of these are just sort of estimates of what is likely to come out of -- at the end of the process but if I were pick between Gingrich and Santorum I'd rather have Santorum he's demonstrated.
You know western strengths southern -- in the polls midwestern strength and beauty contests and you know he's actually you know he's -- demonstrated broader good depth and as speaker Gingrich.
Thank you and of course -- -- see what happens tomorrow thank accounts.
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