Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich earned a decisive primary victory yesterday over previous frontrunner and presumed GOP nominee Mitt Romney. The upset throws the entire process into disarray and promises to make the the GOP nominating process a long and bitter battle.
So far there have been three caucuses/primaries, and each one has a different winner. This obviously won't be a simple road to the convention, and we can expect to see continued fireworks and personal attacks escalate going into Florida next week.
The attacks have been colorful, to say the least:
Newt is apparently some kind of wild man, with all the talk of him wanting an "open marriage". (I apologize to those of you who just threw up a little into your mouths).
Mitt Romney was attacked for being successful and wealthy.
Rick Santorum has been subject to all kinds of accusations regarding his siding with labor unions.
Ron Paul has been saying, "Hey guys, what about me?!? Why does FoxNews cut me off? How 'bout you guys say something about m- ..."
All in all, it looks like the entertaining process will continue well through Super Tuesday. I'll be sure to have the popcorn ready!