On Fox News today, Karl Rove responded to Newt Gingrich's controversial remarks on immigration in the GOP debate last night.
"I think Newt is not going to drop like a stone, but I think Newt recognizes -- this in western Iowa -- is going to cause him some indigestion among some voters.
But again look, you're never going to get everybody to agree with you on every thing, every time, and the question is: How much fall-out is there going to be, and how many people are going to be swayed by saying it's a reasonable answer?"
Gingrich has been getting hammered today by Mitt Romney over his immigration comments, which Romney claims, open the door to amnesty.
Newt said he favored a pathway to legal status for some long-time undocumented immigrants.
"I don't see how the party that says it's the party of the family is going to adopt an immigration policy which destroys families which have been here a quarter-century,"