Today Newt Gingrich told reporters that he would decide whether he is going to run for president by March of next year:
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said Tuesday morning he’ll decide by March whether to jump into an increasingly crowded field of Republican challengers to President Obama in 2012.
In an interview outside Pennsylvania’s Republican state headquarters, Gingrich, the architect of the Republicans’ 1994 “Contract with America,” said he and his wife, Callista, were “doing everything we can” to get the couple’s business interests in order so “if we do decide to run, we can do so.”
I am guessing that will be among the topic discussed at the private discussion Gingrich is holding tomorrow with a group of “key conservative and evangelical leaders” at Liberty University.
And I sure hope Gingrich gives David Barton time to get his business interests in order as well, since Gingrich has promised that he’ll play a key role in any Gingrich presidential campaign … presumably on figuring out the best way for the federal government to regulate gay sex.