Making the case against bi-lingual education at a  National Federation of Republican Women event, Gingrich said children should be taught "the language of prosperity, not the language of living in a ghetto."
A bit later, Gingrich taped a characteristically insincere video in Spanish -- or, to you Texan graduates of Yale, in "Mexican" -- saying "The words I chose to express myself were not the best."
Yet that's hardly the most delightful part of this classic tale of Gingrich's m.o. Which was, instead, this: It was a rival campaign operative who "shared" the video with Politico, observing "with some awe that the former speaker himself had last month blamed 'Republican incompetence' for losing Latino votes."
We'll only have The Gingrich for a short while. Let's enjoy him (it?) while we can.