Since that bold prediction, Mr. Newt HAS stayed in the race, but has been remarkably mild towards Mr. Mitt...
... and today it appears that Mr. Newt is conceding Mr. Mitt's nomination, and promising his on-going support:
Gingrich all but quits presidential campaignUnlike most prognosticators, Buffoon DOES check from time to time to see just how well he has seen into the future... and reports the results!
Rachel Rose Hartman | The Ticket
9 Apr 2012
This week, Newt Gingrich will hold events in North Carolina, New York, Delaware and Missouri as he maintains a packed 2012 campaign schedule. But the former House speaker's activity belies what is quickly becoming the certain end of his presidential bid.
Asked by "Fox News Sunday" host Brit Hume Sunday if he's resigned to the idea of Mitt Romney as the Republican nominee, Gingrich flatly agreed. "Well, I think you have to be realistic, given the size of his organization, given the number of primaries he's won. He is far and away the most likely Republican nominee," Gingrich said, adding a preemptive endorsement. "And if he does get to 1,144 delegates, I'll support him. I'll do everything I can this fall to help him defeat Obama."