Let's go with one to Ed Kilgore, who tweeted a link to Ramesh Ponnuru's endorsement of Mitt Romney -- which I agree is worth a look -- but then commented: "Gotta wonder, though, if "Romney's the One" header for @RameshPonnuru endorsement was conscious or unconscious allusion to Nixon." Made me laugh.
Anyway, I'm really just looking for a peg to hang links to my latest TNR column, in which I try to explain why early polls probably aren't good predictors of primary election results, and my latest Plum Line post, in which I collect some anti-Newt quotes from people who have worked with him. And that's before this one came out. NRO's Dan Foster put it best: "Serious question, are there any notable GOP House members from the Gingrich-era that don't secretly or openly despise him?"
I suppose while I'm at it I should link to something that Kilgore has written other than the tweet...ah, there we go: I enjoyed this case for negative campaigning, although I'm not sure I agree with all of his logic, but I do favor negative campaigns. Should have linked to that earlier. You all know you should be reading him, right?
And I'll also link to a nice graph from Seth Masket of endorsements. He has (and I think the data come from Nate Silver) one governor supporting Newt, but another source I've seen in the last day or two didn't have any; not sure what the truth is there.
At any rate: nice catch!