Mitt Romney’s fundraising for the last three months has him dominating his rivals. According to the Washington Post, Romney has raised $18.25 million, a sum vastly higher than Ron Paul, Tim Pawlenty, Jon Huntsman, and Herman Cain. In fact, Romney raised nearly $3 million more than those four combined.

On the other hand, Newt Gingrich, who has seen his campaign lose its steering wheel and its engine in the last couple of months, brought in only $2 million, and, according to Politico, has only $225,000 in the bank and is approximately $1 million in debt.

“Romney and Gingrich” is most certainly a tale of two candidates going in very opposite directions.

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