Newt Gingrich launched his campaign to gain the Republican nomination just a few weeks ago, and already it has seen more than it's fair share of stumbles and bumbles. Within the first week of his announcement to run, he was attacked by his own party for not supporting the Paul Ryan Kill Medicare Plan. He called it "right-wing social engineering." Then while on a weekly political news talk show, he was asked about his $250,000-$500,000 account with the jewelry company Tiffany & Co. Gingrich is running on the "fiscal conservative and family values" ideal.
After taking a 2 week vacation in the Greek Isles, against the better judgment of his campaign staff, Gingrich returned to lean that his entire staff had quit. The cruise reportedly costs at least $2,499 per person. Let's see where this "campaign" leads.