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NEWTering Obama

Written on Monday, January 23, 2012 by

NEWTering Obama

Now that three States have had their Republican primaries or caucuses, the field is narrowing.  Inevitably, many Patriots are going to be disappointed that their favorite candidate has not won.  I’m one of them, since I supported Michele Bachmann.  Then Huntsman dropped out and endorsed Romney, and now Perry has dropped out and endorsed Gingrich.

Moving on

But we need to move on, and coalesce behind the best candidate still standing, then support the winner against the Marxist-in-Chief.  Not only that, but we should try to elect as many Tea Party candidates to the House and Senate as possible, replacing both Dems and RINO appeasers.

In my previous column, written before the Iowa caucuses, I named Newt Gingrich as my second choice behind Bachmann, because of his excellent record of real conservative achievements.  Conversely, Romney doesn’t deserve Patriot support in the primaries because, as Thomas Sowell noted, his “record as governor of Massachusetts produced nothing that would be regarded as a serious conservative achievement.”  I’ve also documented his tax-the-rich demagoguery and ignorance in Tax reform vs. Romney.

It seems that many in the Tea Party agree.  E.g. Dianne Belsom, President of Laurens County Tea party in SC, summarizes:

We were looking seriously at the republican candidates and realized that Newt is the only one that has a proven track record of cutting government. And we simply cannot allow Mitt Romney to become our candidate. It may be harsh, but Romney’s record is littered with Obama style programs. And he has never indicated as part of his campaign that he would differ to any great degree from where we are now.

After this, Newt decisively won the influential SC GOP primary, winning most voting groups.  So why Newt?  Because of his conservative policies and conservative record!

Economic conservative

There are hardly any people who have advanced conservative results as much as Gingrich.  Kevin Lehmann writes:

According to the Freedom Index—a congressional scorecard based on their adherence to constitutional principles of limited government, fiscal responsibility, national sovereignty, and a traditional foreign policy of avoiding foreign entanglements—Newt Gingrich scored an 84 out of a perfect 100, more than double that of his congressional peers. To put that in perspective, the average score for the past two congresses averaged 59.

And his his bold plan eclipses Romney’s.  The famed free-market economist Dr Arthur Laffer, of Laffer Curve fame, called Newt’s economic plan as “pure Reaganomics,” and summarized both his policies and his record as:

Like Ronald Reagan’s tax cuts and pro-growth policies, Newt’s low individual and corporate tax rates, deregulation, and strong dollar monetary policies will create a boom of new investment and economic growth leading to the creation of tens of millions of new jobs over the next decade. Plus, Newt’s record of helping Ronald Reagan pass the Kemp Roth tax cuts and enacting the largest capital gains tax cut in history as speaker of the House shows he can get this plan passed and put it into action.


After Reagan, Gingrich strongly urged his successor George Bush I to keep his “Read my lips: no new taxes” pledge.  Bush naïvely trusted the Dems when they promised to cut spending by $3 for every $1 in tax increase.  Gingrich not only believed that pledges should be kept, but also remembered that the Dems reneged on the same promise to Reagan and increased spending instead of cutting it.  They did the same to Bush, and he lost the election.  (See Ann Coulter’s column I’ll Gladly Pay You Tuesday For a Tax Increase Today warning the current RINO appeasers from trusting Dems this time).

Gingrich’s “Contract With America” was largely responsible for the first Republican majority in Congress for four decades.  During this time, despite the opposition from the Clinton White House, he achieved the first balanced budget since the Vietnam War, huge welfare reform, lower tax rates, unemployment of under 5%, and telecommunication reform that was so important for the Internet and mobile phone revolution.

Now, when we don’t have a Conservative majority, sometimes deals need to be made, so we don’t get everything we want.  Newt had to make some concessions to RINOs, which critics have latched on to.  But achieving 80% by conceding 20% is better than the Ron Paul strategy of holding out for 100% and achieving 0% (see also Broken Windows: lessons for patriots).  His former staffer Tony Blankley explains:

One of his key insights was to recognize that the two-dozen Northeastern moderates and liberals in the GOP caucus held the balance of power—we didn’t have 218 safe conservative votes in the House. Gingrich needed to avoid them playing off the GOP against the Democrats, which is what such a faction in any congressional party normally tries to do. Rather, he wanted them to feel fundamental loyalty and value in sticking with the GOP working majority. To do that, they had to get some of the provisions that they wanted in bills, often enough that they would stick with the conservatives on other issues.

This required a lot of maneuvering by Gingrich. Conservative members got frustrated that he did that. They called that erratic on his part. No, it was a necessary, calculated maneuver. He was actually shrewdly managing a precarious majority. If Gingrich hadn’t kept the Northeastern liberals in the fold, very little would have been accomplished in those spectacular four years of legislating and leadership.

But when it came to fundamental conservative principles and the political strategies necessary to protect them, Gingrich saw the threats to them and never wavered.

Great Debater

Gingrich not only has very strong conservative ideas, he can also express them effectively.  The great conservative columnist and economist Dr Thomas Sowell said, “If he were debating Barack Obama, Newt Gingrich could chew him up and spit him out.”  He has certainly shone in the current GOP debate.

And in Newt, we finally have a candidate who realizes that the opposition is not just the Democratic Party, but also their unpaid agitprop wing, the Mainstream Media.   Newt has totally put biased Democrat “moderators” in their place.


While Newt is not the perfect candidate (nobody is!), he is a genuine conservative and a complete contrast to the Marxist-in-Chief on all important issues.  He also has a proven track record, as well as being an effective promoter of his ideas.  Lastly, the debates show that he can take on the leftist media and would destroy Obama in presidential debates.

In the next column, I’ll discuss Newt’s staunch support of the pro-life cause, school choice, strong national defence, and Second Amendment rights.

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  • Adrian Vance

    This is an electorate that wants more to see Clyde Barrow take out Barack Obama than Sir Lancelot of Great Day come over the hill with a pack or Mormons.

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    • daves

      There is a good article on the American Conservative called “Return of the War Party”.

      Mitt says that if elected he will move carriers into the Persian Gulf and “prepare for war.” Newt is even more hawkish. America should continue “taking out” Iran’s nuclear scientists — i.e., assassinating them — but military action will probably be needed.

    • Elaine

      Mitt is toast, sorry.

    • Tarheel

      Elaine,I certainly hope you’re right. If all conservatives would get behind Newt we could
      beat obummer.

    • BUD

      obummer, “THE BRO GOT TO GO”.

    • BUD

      obummer IS NOT WORTHY OF IT.

    • daves

      Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich says his lawyers are blocking him from releasing his consulting contracts with Freddie Mac, while he continues to offer accounts of what he did for the government-backed mortgage lending institution that differ from those who worked with him.

    • Johnnygard

      daves, The last sentence about Newt has only two words in quotes, so the rest seems to be daves’ opinion.

    • daves

      From 2009:

      In an effort to push cities to fix failing schools and highlight the Obama administration’s programs to reform public education, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and civil rights leader Al Sharpton will join Education Secretary Arne Duncan on a tour of cities later this year.

      The trio will visit Philadelphia on September 29, New Orleans on November 3, and Baltimore on November 13. More stops, including a rural site, will be added as the tour progresses. In a conference call with reporters yesterday, Duncan said the cities were chosen both for logistical reasons and for what they can show about school reform.

    • daledor

      I would like to be convinced that New is not just a more eloquent speaking and more intelligent McCain – they both have sponsored more liberal/socialist legislation than I like to think about. I don’t see much difference in what Obama, McCain, Newt, and Romney – except certain platforms and degrees they sponsor the socialist/New World Order agenda.

      What I think:
      Romney – far too socialist.
      Newt – a ‘kinder and gentler’ socialist like Bush
      Don’t fall for the National Repub or Democrat parties spin and lies, and believe the controlled media even less!!!!

  • brunch20

    I was won over by Newt during the South Carolina Debats. We need someone who is not afraid to stand up to or is intimidtd by Obama and the librel press. I feel that he is someone that will defend our constitution, freedoms and will focus on repairig the damage done by Obama and his socilalist agenda. Of the remaining Republican candidates, I sincerly believe that Newt has the strongest chance to defeat Obama.

    • Ann Wilson Kingsley

      Gingrich was elevated to a win in S.C. only because of his debating skills. However, debates are only for the purpose of getting voters acquainted with how candidates stand on issues and policy. Debates are not for deciding our next president based on a candidate’s debating skills. A good debater does not equal a good president. A candidate is best judged by his character, voting record, stance on policies and issues, and his plan. In addition, a candidate’s plan should be consistent with his voting record. If a candidate’s voting record is inconsistent with his plan, it should send up a red flag – something fishy here – an insincere candidate. I’m voting for the only candidate who measures up. View Ron Paul’s “Plan to Restore America.”:

    • Nathaniel Davidson

      You’re partly right: we are not electing a Debater-in-Chief. But realistically, our eventual candidate must not only have conservative views, but must also be able to convince enough Americans to win the Electoral College votes. Newt has a proven ability to get his message past the liberal media, and I think Obama would be terrified of going against him in a debate, even with his teleprompter.

    • Ann Wilson Kingsley

      @Nathaniel Davidson:

      Obama would be much more concerned about going up against Ron Paul. He is the only cross over candidate in the race. Newt will not attract any Democrats, and in fact his presidency, if he gets the chance, will be the same New World Order Socialist failure that Bush’s was. I can hear the Bush hater PeaceNiks screaming now. Only this time there will be a very big difference. They will have a lot of Republicans screaming with them, Republicans screaming at the Republican Establishment at the same time. I will not vote for a Republican Obama, but I will vote for a Republican/Libertarian House and Senate.

    • Johnnygard

      Ann, “A plan”? You mean like Newts Contract With America that got us the first majority in 40 years, and promised 10 things that would get voted on, and he kept the promises. Newt has a record of accomplishing things on a national level and your guy Paul hasn’t accomplished ANYTHING in 23 years in the House. I’d be happy to list some of Newts accomplishment (also some listed in this article), will you please tell us about some of Ron’s big leadership successes.

    • Ann Wilson Kingsley

      Newt’s Contract With America is dated. It will not serve us well now or in future because it is too little too late. Newt’s plan does not go far enough economically to handle our nation’s financial problems. The federal government needs to be down-sized. Why do you think I support Ron Paul?

      Ron Paul’s “Plan to Restore America”

    • Johnnygard

      Ann, Seems you forgot to tell us what Ron Paul accomplished in his 23 years in Congress. But then, none of you Paul people has ever been able to come up with an accomplishment, because there aren’t any.

    • Ann Wilson Kingsley

      @johnnygaard: Newt’s failures are the problems I do not want to see again. And, yes, Ron Paul’s leadership is expert. His philosophy formed the fiscal and economic basis for the Tea Party movement, and he pulled all of our current candidates to the “Right”. Did you notice how Rick Perry called on Ron Paul to help when he had a memory slip? Did you notice how all of the candidates had to frantically come up with some semblance of a plan in response to Ron Paul’s “Plan to Restore America”? I do not know how many more rabbits can be pulled out of the hat to keep the candidates moving “Right”, but we are certainly going to keep trying.

    • http://patriotupdate littlepat

      He called on Ron because he was standing next to him.

    • Nathaniel Davidson

      Fine, fight for Paul in the primaries. But if he doesn’t win, don’t be a bad sport and allow the most socialist abortion-loving president another four years.

    • daves

      Nathaniel – do you really think that keeping Government out of the abortion issue is pro abortion?

      God gave us free will.

    • Conservative

      Ann unfortunately Paul in the South Carolina debate sounded very innefective, screeching voice and his foreign policy is 1960 anti-war retoric when we have such vicious anti American enemies everywhere. God Bless our Military.

    • still moral

      The only thing Ron Paul accomplished in 24 lackluster years in Congress is bringing home millions in earmarks. He is #4 in the bringing home the bacon dept.

    • Tarheel

      Wise up before you waste a vote on Paul.

    • Ann Wilson Kingsley

      No vote for honest good government is ever wasted. They all get a positive record in heaven, if not on this earth.

    • Nathaniel Davidson

      Good grief, your view of Paul really is Messianic. My own view is that throwing your vote away on a third party and allowing the worst president in history another term is hardly meritorious, but morally culpable.

    • Den

      Then please tell me, how did Obama get elected? I’ll answer that stupidity and gullibility!

  • Retired Marine MSgt in Marana, Az

    It’s really too bad that someone didn’t have the foresight to “NEWTering” ZerØBama before he diluted the gene pool.

    In any case, the first step in the road to recovery is to
    get to the polls in November and VOTE the communist, ZerØBama and all of his crony “fellow travelers”, out of office.

    • Elaine

      The kids? Bless their hearts. Can you imagine growing up knowing that you are the children of the most hated president in the history of the U.S.; or the father that set out to destroy the USA?

      They will never be able to live that down.

    • http://verizon Ann Rand

      Elaine… You are too kind….. Don’t worry about them for they are being well taught that we are wrong and they are right… Just fear that they get law degrees and come after us again…

    • Washington22

      Very astute, Ann…………..and I agree. Those poor girls are being taught by a couple of Marxist/Communists……….there’s no hope for them. I say, good bye and good riddance to the whole family, including Michelle’s 23 assistants and also her mom……..

    • http://verizon Ann Rand

      Wash22…. I call her mom Marie LeVeau, the voodoo queen.. She practicse voodoo in the White house, so they say. I really think she has put a hex on the USA… LOL(of course)

    • http://yahoo kenny1801

      I hate to say this, Elaine, BUT I believe that BOTH of those kids parents will instill in their minds that ALL his failures were the fault of BUSH….

    • docalpha

      If they are actually his kids and not props along with mother moose. Have to cover his gay proclivities you know.

    • Shannon

      I thought Warren G. Harding was the most hated president of all time?

    • Nathaniel Davidson

      Was he? And should he have been? See Not-So-Great Depression: How Warren G. Harding got us out of it, by Jim Powell, about a now-forgotten Depression which Harding fixed NOT by stimulus spending but by cuts in tax rates, spending, and regulations.

      I’ve written about his great Vice President and successor Calvin Coolidge in Remembering Calvin Coolidge: how he rescued America from a Depression.

  • lovetocompete

    Newt not perfect! Still heads above “the annointed one” AKA Obama.

    • Elaine

      Did you hear what Pamela Geller said?
      (paraphase) “He’s sob but he is OUR sob?” LOL

    • Ann Wilson Kingsley

      Actually, Newt is probably not a better choice than Obama. Newt and Obama are both New World Order Socialists. Newt pushed the Expanded CRA as House Speaker, the law mandating bank loans to under-qualified borrowers that bankrupted our banks, and caused our current recession.

      It is too late for Newt’s little plan – a balanced budget. We are already carrying too much debt. Newt’s baby step will not save our country. Don’t Tea Partiers understand that? Doesn’t anyone left in the Tea party have any ability at fiscal and economic policy? I thought the Tea Party, of which I used to be a member, (I now find it embarrassing to have had that affiliation.) had more on the ball than this. So, now the Tea Party is for “Big” government and everything that is wrong with our country. I will vote for a Republican/Libertarian House and Senate, but I will write-in Ron Paul’s name for president.

    • Nathaniel Davidson

      AWK, did you read a single word of my article? It’s hard to take some Paul supporters seriously when they come up with, “Actually, Newt is probably not a better choice than Obama.”

      I will hold any third party voter personally responsible if we get four more years of Obama. Similarly, Ross Perot will go down in infamy for inflicting Clinton upon this country. And Teddy Roosevelt, for all his patriotism, blotted his record most severely for giving us Wilson and the income tax. It’s ironic that Paul and his followers want to abolish the income tax, but it was the same sort of quixotic third party run that inflicted it upon us in the first place!

      See also one of my earliest columns,

    • Ann Wilson Kingsley

      And people like you are the reason our country is destroyed. You are an obvious Socialist just like Newt Gingrich. It is impossible to believe that you can absolve Gingrich for all blame for the destruction of our country when he carries major responsibility.

      You can blame all you want if we have a Republican House and Senate to curb Obama. With a Republican House and Senate, we will have no curbs on your New World Order Socialist unstable Newt or any other NeoCon Republican Obama president.You are setting up the same mess we got with Bush who was probably worse than Obama. Bush gave us “No Child Left Behind”, the Medicare Prescription Drug Plan, a Police State, and a war over fantasy nukes. Our country will not survive another Neo-Con crazy president!

    • Nathaniel Davidson

      Your devotion to Saint Paul is touching, although many would think it akin to cultic. Everyone else is just an evil socialist neocon. But those who want serious arguments can start with my previous column The Problem with Libertarianism.

    • Johnnygard

      Ann, Can you tell me when Newt changed? He did good things when he was in office, none of the terrible things you say he will do as President. How old are you? Do you remember some of the good things that happened while he was in the House?
      But what I would really like to know from all the Paul supporters that say they will write him in on their ballots. Did you vote for John McCain in ’08? If you were too young, or voted for BHO, or voted third party, or just didn’t vote, then we will not lose anything this time. The very few that did vote for McCain and don’t do it this time will be unfortunate, but should easily be made up for by the people that voted for BHO because “it was time to show that America would elect a black”, and have now seen the light.

    • Johnnygard

      Ann, You were still here at almost 11pm, and you even attempted to answer one of my statements. But you couldn’t tell me anything that R. Paul accomplished in 23 years and you didn’t explain when you think Newt changed into the awful person you claim he is.

    • http://verizon Ann Rand

      AWK… I wouldn’t be nearly as concerned about the Neocons or NWO or any of the conspitarorial boogie men that you are so worried about… I Would be far more worried about the paulbots/ventura tin hat crowd being in charge of anything. Some how, you have “Slipped the surly bonds of earth” and are way out there. Meanwhile, some of us have to stay here and “mind the store”, so to speak…

    • Tarheel

      People like you is what got us what we have today.You need to get some political savvy or
      My children and grandchildren won’t like
      you. Believe me.

    • Ann Wilson Kingsley

      Responding to Johhnygard and Tarheel:

      I voted for Bush and McCain. That is why I will never vote for another Neo-Con. To Tarheel, your grandchildren are likely to starve because we were stupidly voting for Neo-Cons, not for the vote I will cast next.

    • Nathaniel Davidson

      How about, we didn’t have the Tea Party to help replace RINOs with real conservatives in Primaries.

    • Conservative

      I believe Newt has grown in the years away from Washington and being in the private sector has gained much in terms of feeling the pain of the Presidential dictates and Congresses ineffectiveness and weak leadership. A true leader many times does not make friends, our Republican party controlled by Rhino’s hates Newt, that’s good enough for me to vote for him and his ability to look people in the eye and tell it like it is. I can’t wait for Newt to his Obama in a head to head debate, worth a years salary to me.

  • Elaine

    Nathaniel!!!!! I LOVE THE TITLE!!!

  • http://theconservativecrawfish Doug Schexnayder

    One candidate knows the system, is the best debater, handles the media, worked with a demo-socialist in the WH to balance the budget 4 years, cut the jobless rate and moved approximately 40% of the welfare parasites
    into the work/taxpayer force, has shown he cannot be distracted by media/socialist stooges and
    freely admits he made a couple of mistakes (in his about 25 years!) and is not afraid of serious systemic reform.

    Who gives a hoot if he is imperfect versus the arrogant bold lying socialist with no record of positives?

    The real fear is this man will and can expose the rot of congress such as insider trading and the evil baseline budgeting gimmick (for starters).

    any doubts…READ THE 21st CENTURY CONTRACT WITH AMERICA (…the mods are getting behind Mitt so what does that tell you? When Mitt embraces McLoser so soon, what does that tell you?

    • Conservative

      Doug thank you, you said it better than I did, GO NEWT.

  • http://verizon Ann Rand

    At last!!! It seems that we have found someone to carry the torch!!! We MUST stand behind him ..The repubs and the media are not happy but that is just too bad.. We need to watch them.. Mitch Daniels will be the keynote speaker at the convention in Tampa… They like him a lot and I am afraid that they may try to have a brokered convention… Rush brought this up today, so we need to stay on top of this. I don’t know exactly what (brokered) means so if someone wants to expound on this ,please do.. We don’t need them pulling a fast on on us… Ann

    • Gunner

      @Ann Rand: a “brokered” convention means that after the first ballot (where the delegates ARE BOUND to vote for their candidate), they are free to vote for whom they desire. One might see a movement to draft Jeb Bush (you know, the “smart” brother who speaks fluent Spanish and has a Mexican born wife), which would mean the Bush Machine in the garage has the cover removed and the engine started.

      Jeb makes a fascinating candidate: two-term governor of Florida, well-liked, handles problems well (4 hurricanes in one year), a BIG threat to take a lot of Hispanic votes.

      Could happen…

    • http://verizon Ann Rand

      Gunner…. Thanks… Yes, anything could happen, but I sure hope not.. Jeb Bush was my governor(Fla.) and he was ok. No doubt he would be a good president, but I feel that the Bush name might be a little toxic..ozippo did his best to run that name in the ground, as everyone knows. Right now, I hope that Newt continues to gain momentum..The media will begin to come around some when they realize that people aren’t going to let them run this election,as they have in the past…

    • Washington22

      Gunner, Jeb is surely an interesting person but isn’t he too soft on social issues? Example, illegals………….Even Romney has taken a tough stand on this and I can support him on it. Newt’s stand bothers me, it’s not firm enough. I really liked Perry and am sorry that he didn”t catch fire. His oratory skills were abysmal but his record was good, and his attitude toward Washington was stellar. Coulda, woulda, shoulda………………To go back, as far as Jeb is concerned, we’d need to know a lot more and I’m thinking he’s a moderate/conservative. The Dems would go NUTS………another BUSH.

    • http://verizon Ann Rand

      Wash22… I just had to share this… I heard Rush say that Newt said that he would rather be accused by Nancy Pelosi than endorsed by her..LOL..

  • Mike

    Jefferson’s Rules for a Good Life

    Thomas Jefferson compiled this list at the request of a father who had named his baby son
    Thomas Jefferson Smith. They were pared down somewhat from an earlier list Jefferson had
    sent to his granddaughter, Cornelia Jefferson Randolph. Here are 10 rules for a good

    1. Never put of until tomorrow what you can do today.
    2. Never trouble another for what you can do yourself.
    3. Never spend your money before you have it.
    4. Never buy what you don’t want because it is cheap; it will never be dear to you.
    5. Pride cost us more than hunger, thirst and cold.
    6. Never repent of having eaten too little.
    7. Nothing is troublesome that we do willingly.
    8. Don’t let the evils, which have never happened cost you pain.
    9. Always take things by their smooth handle.
    10. When angry, count to ten before you speak, if very angry, count to one hundred.

    • el_loco_jp

      And Number
      11. Never, ever, vote for a lying Kenyan.

    • Tarheel

      Well put el loco jp.

  • http://yahoo kenny1801


  • Thomas Berquist

    My first choice was Bachmann but she is out now. I believe Newt is the only one that take take it to Obama in the debates. Newt is no Conservative, in my corner of the world but if we can gain majority in the Senate and increase the majority in the House, with new leadership, then we can do what we do best…HOLD NEWT’S FEET TO THE FIRE AND KEEP HIM ON TASK. I firmly believe if Obama is not defeated this year it will be the last election held in this country. He must be defeated.

  • Doodlebug

    It would be a great ticket if he would put Michelle Bachmann or Sarah on the ticket with him. I’ve listened to some of Newt’s documentaries and the one he and Callista did entitled “Rediscovering God in America” convinced me that he has changed and that he will support the Constitution and listen to the American people.

    • Tarheel

      Amen,Doodlebug. I think Newt and Palin would be
      just what we need.

    • Abigail Adams

      Yes, I love both Newt and Sarah. But what about Newt and Santorum?

    • Doodlebug

      That would work too. I like Santorum very much too and I think they would do well together. If none of them make it on the ticket they should have a cabinet post in the administration.

    • Doodlebug

      Moderation for WHAT??? I[‘m in jail again. The police caught me saying nice things!

    • JulieB

      Newt has already stated that Sarah Palin would fit very well in his administration some where, maybe even as his VP running mate.

  • FromUSA

    Take a little time and learn about Newt. Not the politician you are led to believe.
    I believe these videos are circa 1996 – 1998.–libertynewsnetwork

  • The Lions Den Roars

    Wonder what the New Trick Pelosi Has In her Bag of Tricks, For King Homo.

    First how many Teleprompters will he be surrounded by , ?

    Newet will clean him up , so he is eatable by Bo .

    Almost bet he will have another poor excuse , or have us in a war to keep him away . For King Homo’s day’s are few.

    Impeachment is on the Horizon. So whine like your Neighbors newly Casterated Bull Dog , I am talking about you Democrats that put this piece of Chicago , To steal an lie for you . Therefore I say you are as guildy as he is . an you the Media have no place to hide either , for you done more cover up’s an lies in 4 years , than in the last 100 years. Yes, we know the pay was wonderfull . From a food stamp Homo .

    • Tarheel

      There needs to be a way to impeach the media slime balls. They have zero credibility.
      Without them there would be no contest.Liberals
      wouldn’t have a chance. Media only preys on politically stupid ones.

  • tod

    newt is one of the biggest slim balls in Washington and you people want him running this countr.Enjoy your short stays at the nearest FEMA Camp before he gas all of you !!! Dr.Ron Paul 2012 !!!

    • Johnnygard

      tod, You have been around these sites long enough pushing for Paul and bad-mouthing Newt that I don’t think I would be out of line asking who you voted for in ’08. If you answer, please be honest.

    • Tarheel

      Johnnygard,tod is just another politically stupid one.Be easy on him. He knoweth not what
      he says.

    • JulieB

      FYI: Tod has been bashing more than Newt. He did the same while Herman Cain was still running. He’s just another Paulopath following his Messiah.

    • Dave S.

      You know, I think the real reason all these Paul followers are simply wanting the “legalized drugs” thing he talks about, put in place. Heck, they are probably on something as they write their comments, here, since they all seem so “far out” of their minds. And voting for Romney would be almost the same as voting for Obummer. GO NEWT!

    • http://verizon Ann Rand

      Tod… You will be going to the paulbot camp in Jonestown, Guyana… They have a fresh batch of Kool- Aid just for you.

    • Nathaniel Davidson

      It was actually Flavor Aid.

  • Dolores Tamoria

    Tea Partiers, Watch out for the RINO Republicans! They will do everything to knock off Newt. Keep up you staunch support. Now is the time to come to the aid of OUR PARTY. We are in the process of taking it back right now.

    • Ann Wilson Kingsley

      @Dolores Tamoria:

      You don’t have to worry dearie. The Tea Partiers are RINOs at this point, and they will all be voting for RINO Newt. However, I’m a Conservative who cannot be fooled, and I will be voting for Ron Paul.

    • Nathaniel Davidson

      Obviously no one’s good enough for you. You would have made a good Pharisee.

    • http://verizon Ann Rand

      AWK…. Pack up your duds… You can join Tod in Jonestown…

  • Rosanne

    Newt is the man for the most important work of this century perhaps! I am not overstating the importance, just look at the mess of our economy and our culture! Newt did it before; he has a proven courageous and successful record. He has confessed, converted, and speaks of his increased wisdom over the past twelve years. As a devout Catholic, I particularly was moved by his touching testimony about the Mass and the grace of the Eucharist. He did not need to speak of his devotion, but it is evidently a focus and a very important facet of his life. He speaks the truth, and no matter what one may think, he has removed himself from the standard DC/Republican establishment, as witnessed by his debate statements and willingness to call to task the liberal, biased media. God bless, Newt, nd God bless America!

  • Ann Wilson Kingsley

    @Nathaniel Davidson: I read your article when it first came out. Here is another Ronald Reagan quote for you.

    Ron Paul has my vote for president!

  • http://Lkpassion Chai K.

    Guys, you wasting your breath for these two people (Ann Wilson Kingsley and Tod) no matter what you said they both determine to support Ron Paul which I might add never done anything during his 23 something years in congress. In every debate he always bring the topic about not giving anymore money to overseas and he said it’s wasteful, but he was in congress for those year why he never stop it, and along with that only one has ever past was a piece of land in Galveston. So I won’t waste my time and effort to convince this two and not to continue to give them to talk about it. As everyone says they will support Newt Gingrich and I will do the same I will support him because I know he is the only one has a guts to stand up and tell the media the truth .Go Newt we are behind you.

  • The Lions Den Roars

    Those who are so determined to stay with King Homo . An continue to polish his balls. Pay n for his mishaps. Thats fine with me . Put take your Druggie Homo an flee this QASP. Thank You , for you sure the hell are not an American at heart.
    Most are considered draft dogger’s or Illegals. hat’s your Jackass Party , as it is this day.

    God Bless America , an all who have served . Thank you . I Have served also.

  • Rosasolis

    We in the Netherlands are keenly following
    every NEW(t) campaign. We see him as the
    winner in the Republican race. And afterwards
    the NEW(t) president of the U.S.A.! We would
    like to learn more about his ideas of working
    with Europe, so that we could improve the
    economies of America and Netherlands
    Good luck to you Newt, and God Bless.

  • Domino

    Newt’s history:
    How quickly people forget Newt’s Liberal past. Supported NAFTA, GATT, TARP, Wall Street Bailouts. Helped create Federal Dept. of Ed. under Carter administration.
    Newt Gingrich has campaigned on a pledge to repeal ObamaCare, but he also has a long history of supporting the same government healthcare mandates in RomneyCare and ObamaCare. The cozy relationship Gingrich has with the ethanol industry led to his consulting business winning more than $300,000 in fees from the ethanol
    lobby after he left Congress. President Obama prates constantly to the American people about the need for more federal spending for “green jobs,” and this is only slightly different from Newt Gingrich’s approach, which he calls “green conservatism.” On his campaign website, Gingrich says the federal government should “finance cleaner energy research and projects with new oil and gas royalties.”

    here’s a video & website you need to see if you love Newt

    • Conservative

      Domino everyone probably supports clean energy along with Oil, Gas and coal, but Newt is smart enough to know when America needs to drill for oil, explore for more oil and gas he is not blinded by only green energy. He’ll use common sense all energy in any form is needed in the future, for now, we need cheap Canadian and American oil production.

    • docalpha

      You don’t think that perhaps he has learned that he made some bad decisions and seen that those policies don’t work?

  • Shar

    You all need to listen to this 4 part series. Takes 33 min.

  • aline charette gingrich.keep fighting for the conservative we stand with you all the way.we want give give up as long as you fight.we love your spunk and fairness.go go newt and alots off good luck and prayer.aline

  • http://verizon Ann Rand

    Well, ….Who is going to watch the State of the Union Address tonight??? …Sorry, but it won’t be me. This is the night that I always trim the fringe on the dishtowels, so you can see,I will be busy…

    • Dave S.

      Yes, and I will miss it because I do not wanna hear more lies and fake applause and admiration, for the moron-in-chief! And he definately does NOT deserve any respect, for how he has been trying to destroy this great country! Wish I were an elected official, in D.C., as I would certainly not attend, to show those who elected me..respect!