Newt Gingrich, in Iowa today, reported by MSNBC:
“I’m not running against any of my friends, they’re all good people....But if you watch them and watch me, the difference in the depth of knowledge and the difference in the ability to debate Obama, the difference in actually having done it at the national level, I can’t only think if you’re worried about the future of the country and you’re worried about how we get the country fix, I’m a pretty good mechanic who knows how to fix the car and the other folks are good at selling it."
That's the second time in as many days that Newt has shared his vision of himself for America.
Yesterday, in unveiling his new Contract with America, he said:
“The scale of change I am suggesting is so enormous that I couldn’t possibly show you as a single leader all I am going to do. This is a beginning of a conversation."