Updated at 9:35 p.m. — Now, we may be cherry-picking here, but in his victory speech, Newt Gingrich seems to be getting more and more comfortable with the word “grandiosity.”
Says Gingrich: “It’s not that I’m a good debater. It’s just that I articulate the deepest values of the American people.”
But ultimately, he offered lavish praise on Rick Santorum, Ron Paul, and even Mitt Romney.
Updated at 9 p.m. — Sarah Palin was featured in a quick interview with Fox News a few minutes ago. Good news for Rick Santorum: She said it wasn’t yet time for him to bow out of the contest.
Minutes later, Santorum was on the same network, noting that Mitt Romney, rather than him, should be the fellow pressed to leave the stage. “The idea that Romney is the obstacle isn’t working anymore,” he said.
Updated at 8:05 p.m. “This race is getting to be even more interesting,” Mitt Romney tells his supporters. “This is a hard fight because there’s so much worth fighting for….Tomorrow