Newt finds a message but will it matter.
It is nearly caucus time, and Newt Gingrich has found his closing argument. The question is whether it comes soon enough to save his campaign.
Mr. Gingrich rolled into this state on Tuesday with a new focus on pro-growth economic policies and a new determination to sharply contrast his proposals with those of his main rival for the nomination, Mitt Romney. On his first stop here on his final Iowa bus tour, Mr. Gingrich went straight to the mat. Voters face a choice, between “a supply-sider in the [Jack] Kemp-Reagan tradition,” and “the philosophy of a moderate Massachusetts governor” who “said he did not want to go back to the Reagan-Bush years.”