Attention campaign followers: Newt Gingrich has a new comeback. The presidential hopeful has apparently grown quite fond of responding to something he doesn't like by accusing the person saying it of living in an alternate universe and possessing strange "fantasies." Earlier today Gingrich dismissed Nancy Pelosi's charge that the former speaker will never be president, arguing that Pelosi "lives in a San Francisco environment of very strange fantasies." Now he's lashed out at opponent Mitt Romney's self-deportation proposal for illegal immigrants calling it an "Obama-level fantasy." Of course, Mitt Romney's ideas are not based in reality, Gingrich explains, because he lives "in a world of Swiss bank accounts and Cayman Island accounts and automatic $20 million-a-year income with no work."