BY DISH CONTRIBUTOR MARK YZAGUIRRE:
I previously wrote about the implosion of Newt Gingrich's Presidential campaign here at Dish-Houston, and it appears that the implosion is continuing. (How can an implosion continue for so long? Well, maybe it's like a black hole.) Key members of his fundraising staff resigned earlier this week, and most of his top campaign staffers quit earlier this month. Gingrich explains the situation as follows:
"Philosophically, I am very different from normal politicians, and normal consultants found that very hard to deal with," Gingrich said in a speech to the Atlanta Press Club. "We have big ideas. I just think that's part of how you campaign. You talk to the American people about big things."
So, according to Gingrich, his recent campaign setbacks can be attributed to the fact that he's a very unique man that other, more strait-laced and linear-minded people can't handle. And that's fine with him. He was born this way, and it's up to others to deal with that. Newt, you go, girl!