Gingrich: Rivals are "Adequate"
ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) - Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich says his opponents are "adequate."
At a breakfast meeting of a suburban Atlanta chamber of commerce, Gingrich criticized his rivals as managers, rather than leaders of the kind of change he envisions.
The former House speaker is projected to win only Georgia out of the 10 states voting today. His only primary victory came Jan. 21 in South Carolina.
Before the voting is finished today in Georgia, he'll start campaigning in Alabama, which has a March 13 primary. Later this week, he'll also visit Mississippi, which has a primary the same day. And, he'll head to Kansas, which holds its caucuses Saturday.
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