"I think — and this is crazy, but so are we — that Gingrich is going to have a better time in the general election than Mitt Romney,” said McQuaid. “I think it’s going to be Obama’s 99% versus the 1%, and Romney sort of represents the 1%.”
This is a tacit confession that the Occupy message is working. Of course, New Hampshire's king conservatives are too stupid to realize that Gingrich isn't exactly working class—he made $2.5 million last year, and nothing says "1 percenter" like million-dollar credit lines at Tiffany & Co.
But hey, it's hard to be a conservative—trying to balance their worship of extreme wealth, in an environment where it has become a massive political liability.