Newt Gingrich on Morning Joe today, speaking with some of the dread that besets us all.
"You watch this Fall.
Between the Obama Super PACs, the Romney Super PACs, the conservative Super PACs, the liberal Super PACs, it's going to be a mess and people are going to be sick of it, and it's really unfortunate."
He also introduces a new phrase -- "middle class candidates", which he implies are the most desirable (I'm assuming that everything "middle class" is better, right up to "middle class executioners" and "middle class dictators").
"It's ironic that McCain-Feingold and the so-called reforms that preceded it have all crippled middle class candidates, have all empowered the very rich, have all made the system worse."
Newt's belly aching about Super PACs makes sense in the context of getting beaten to a pulp by Romney's Super PAC, but doesn't make much sense when you realize how heavily he relied on the largesse of one donor (Sheldon Adelson) and his own Super PAC.