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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Bob Livingston
Bob Livingston, a successful D.C. lobbyist who served in Congress under then-Speaker Newt Gingrich and is one of the biggest boosters of his presidential campaign, said he and Mr. Gingrich have grown since their days in the House, when both of them were accused of marital infidelity.
Newt Gingrich is surging in the presidential polls, but his campaign organization has not caught up — making it possible he'll miss Wednesday's deadline to file enough signatures to even appear on Ohio's primary ballot.
This may be the year for conservatives to fight the "establishment," but that certainly doesn't mean that every right-leaning newcomer is preferable to long-standing conservatives. Conservative leaders make a big mistake if they don't rally around just such a stalwart, the ever-reliable Bill McCollum, in his race for governor of Florida.
"I don't like those restriction and regulations," Mr. Livingston added. "You shouldn't have to have a battery of accountants and lawyers in every single state to run for president."
"He is the only candidate in the entire race who has actually solved major problems for the country, and we have such devastating problems right now," Mr. Livingston said. "He has the ability that few people have, but [Ronald] Reagan had — to speak over the heads of opponents and the press and directly to the people."