“Gingrich’s days,” writes Jennifer Rubins offering the consensus opinion of conservative bloggers, “as the leading not-Romney are just about over. His baggage has finally weighed him down and pushed him down to the bottom of the pack, and he will have trouble raising money and garnering attention from here on out.”
UPDATE: Crunching the numbers from Tuesday’s contests, Michael Barone observes:
The one candidate who took a clear loss was Newt Gingrich, who failed to get on the ballot in Missouri, finished a miserable fourth in Minnesota, and beat Ron Paul by 1 percent in Colorado. Those are miserable results 16 days after his big win in South Carolina. It’s not clear how he maintains the visibility he needs to recover.