Imagine Democrats chanting "Four More Years" every time the GOP Presidential nominee pops up next year. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich has -- and it worries him. Mr Gingrich says the Republican nominee has to make a clean break with President Bush and his policies -- or the Party will lose the White House and even more seats in Congress.
He warns that supporting President Bush's policies while running in the '08 election will put the Republican Party on defense -- and warns Republicans will lose if that happens.
So the big question is -- how does a Republican break from the Bush policies and still win the nomination? Mr Gingrich didn't offer any answers for that. (TheUnion.com)