The Obama campaign is getting some election advice from an unlikely source: Newt Gingrich. The former Republican presidential contender reflected, in an interview this week, on the ineffectiveness of his own attacks on Romney's record at Bain Capital, a tactic the Obama camp is trying out. "Gingrich said the attack will not resonate in voters' minds as they think," the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. "You want me to be mad because in one company somewhere Romney may in fact have been involved in some one losing their job while you as president have been involved in millions of people losing their jobs?” Gingrich explained.
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