Thanks for the Memories The Many Sad Faces of Newt Gingrich (PHOTOS) 05.02.12Thanks for the Memories The Many Sad Faces of Newt Gingrich (PHOTOS) Newt Gingrich’s campaign for president was one heck of a ride. Now that it’s over, The Daily Beast takes a look back at some of the saddest photos of the former speaker.05.02.12 8:45 AM ETChip Somodevilla / Getty ImagesNewt Gingrich’s campaign for president was one heck of a ride. Now that it’s over, The Daily Beast takes a look back at some of the saddest photos of the former speaker. Bombastic and often erratic, Newt Gingrich provided some of the best moments in the race for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination. There was that time he talked about colonizing the moon. There was the time he called for firing school janitors so that the students could take their jobs. And Gingrich rarely missed an opportunity to attack the media for what he saw as unfair bias. But now, as his campaign winds to a halt, The Daily Beast takes a look back at some of the saddest photos from the former speaker’s run for the White House. T.J. Kirkpatrick / CorbisNewt waited to address the Brandywine-Wilmington Regional Republican Committee in Wilmington, Del., on April 23. Ann Heisenfelt / AP PhotoNewt's wife, Callista, introduced him during a campaign stop at Hood College in Frederick, Md., on April 2. Evan Vucci / AP PhotoNewt waited to be introduced during a rally in Savannah, Ga., on March 2. Jeff Haller, Keyhole Photo / CorbisNewt collected himself before speaking to supporters at a campaign stop at the Captain's Table restaurant in Mobile, Ala., on March 10. Kamil Krzaczynski / AP PhotoA rally in Rosemont, Ill., on March 14. David Duprey / AP PhotoA campaign stop in Buffalo, N.Y., on April 20. Evan Vucci / AP PhotoNewt addressed the Cobb Chamber of Commerce in Atlanta on March 1. David L. Ryan, Boston Globe / Getty ImagesNewt and Callista at a town-hall meeting at the Centro de la Familia Cristiana in Orlando, Fla., on Jan. 28. Brendan Smialowski, AFP / Getty ImagesA man carried a painting of Newt Gingrich by artist Steve Penley at a rally in Atlanta on March 6. Jim Watson, AFP / Getty ImagesNewt at the Ohio Fifth Congressional District Lincoln-Reagan Day Dinner at Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio, on March 3. Linda Davidson, The Washington Post / Getty ImagesSupporters wave goodbye to the bus containing Newt after his appearance in the Villages, in Florida, on Jan. 29.