After Romney's 14 percentage point trouncing of Newt Gingrich, the former speaker shouldn't need Jon Stewart to tell him to tone down his presidential aspirations. Last night The Daily Show recapped the two candidates' speeches from Tuesday's primary in Florida. First was that of Mitt Romney, who actually won (by a lot) but sounded awfully ungracious as he bashed teachers. Second was Newt's, who made many presidential promises (repealing Dodd-Frank, removing President Obama's "czars," etc.). Why not, wonders Stewart, since it's becoming clear that he's not going to win the nomination anyway.