Paul and Gingrich to Fight On

As the election returns rolled in from Arizona and Michigan, Ron Paul and Newt Gingrich were in Virginia and Georgia, respectively, trying to garner votes ahead of the Super Tuesday primaries, which will take place next week. Speaking to supporters in Virginia, Paul said he was amassing delegates despite coming in on the bottom half in both primaries tonight. Paul also railed against government spending and sending our troops overseas. Gingrich, who has plunged in the polls recently, delivered a long-winded concession speech before the polls closed, assailing President Obama’s energy policy and his apology for the burning of the Quran.