Advocating on Behalf of the American Military and Defense on the War on Terror

Gingrich's numbers are slumping, as more Republicans realize what a risky candidacy Gingrich offers.

Now Iowans are shifting gears. Let's hope (for the cuntry's sake) that they figure out that Ron Paul is on the crazy train with foreign policy.

"...The question for Gingrich will be whether he has enough time to rebound in the two weeks left to campaign in Iowa or if he has begun a political free-fall that will be hard to stop.

"The problem is he has probably waited too long," said Craig Robinson, former political director for the Iowa Republican Party. "This is the frantic finish. The clock might run out on him."

Gingrich, the former speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, has seen his national lead in polls over rival Mitt Romney disappear in the last week, with new CNN and Washington Post/ABC polls showing him falling back into a tie with Romney."