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Newt Gingrich says he "can't imagine" being GOP vice presidential nominee

By Richard K. BarryIt has taken us many months of campaigning to settle the GOP presidential nomination, but, finally, at the end of all that, we have heard Newt Gingrich say something, probably for the first time, upon which everyone can agree. In response to a question on CNN's State of the Union yesterday about the likelihood of him being Mitt Romney's VP choice, he said, "I can't imagine it.
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