Gingrich ran Robocalls against Santorum in Georgia. So this isn’t his first attack.
And Santorum spoke against Newt back in the middle of January. His ads in February weren’t his first attack on Gingrich.
I can’t fathom why people think candidates shouldn’t attack each other on their respective records. Santorum did some dumb things, and Gingrich wants to win, so he’s going to point them out. Santorum wanted to beat Romney, so he did what he thought was best, which was to try to take Newt’s place as the conservative alternative.
It’s up to the voters to do the game-playing, not the candidates. We are the ones who should vote smart. We shouldn’t expect the candidates to try to lose elections. The candidates certainly won’t take that advice. If a candidate skips a state, it’s because they know they can’t win, not because they are “trying to give the other guy a chance”.
You might not have noticed...but I did not attack santorum. Save the whine. It goes great with cheese.
As for the rest, you know what assume means?
I did not attack you personally. Didn’t call you a liar. But you have seen fit to do both to me. See ya.
CharlesWayne, I missed them thar robocalls. And I DON’T expect candidates to refrain from bringing another candidate’s record into play. You play the hand you’re dealt.