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Tuesday, November 29, 2011

From The Manchester Union-Leader's Endorsement of Gingrich

"America is at a crucial crossroads. It is not going to be enough to merely replace Barack Obama next year. We are in critical need of the innovative, forward-looking strategy and positive leadership that Gingrich has shown he is capable of providing.

"He did so with the Contract with America. He did it
 in bringing in the first Republican House in 40 years and by forging balanced budgets and even a surplus despite the political challenge of dealing with a Democratic President. A lot of candidates say they're going to improve Washington. Newt Gingrich has actually done that, and in this race he offers the best shot of doing it again."

25 comments:

Blogger said...

Bill Clinton Praises Old Foe Newt Gingrich "Clinton believes Gingrich is emerging because “he thinks about this stuff all the time.” From Vision to America

Sarkazein said...

If you watch Romney's interviews, he is unshakable, Presidential, has less liberal baggage than Reagan did, has had no bimbo eruptions, is a good family man, is a successful business man, is not a lawyer, has executive experience, and is persistent.
Newt has more liberal baggage than Reagan and Mit combined. He can win things, then slowly and painfully lose them. Newt has made millions prostituting himself out to the pimps robbing our Treasury.
It looks like Mr Cain is going to take a powder... too bad, I liked him.
What happened to Sanatorum and why don't I know?

Sarkazein said...

I should clarify my Newt comment- The pimps robbing our Treasury are Fannie-Mae, Freddie-Mac, Salley-Mae, Barney Frank, Chris Dodd and the Democrat Party.... mostly. One could add the banks that were forced by liberal government laws to loan money to those unable to repay and the way they tried to profit and comply with the impossible.

guy faulkes said...

Sark, I have to disagree. Romney is so liberal, he is little different from Obama, especially if you judge him by what he has done instead of what he says. You cannot trust what he says as he flipped so many times. He has made so many opposing statements, he I do not know if even he knows what he has said.

I, too, liked Cain and still do. Nothing has been proven about any of these alligations and if they were proven, it would certainly be no worse than the actions of F.D.R., Eisenhower, J.F.K., and the poster child of infidelity - Clinton. I hope he does not drop out.

I feel sorry for the administrators in that they have to keep removing the posts of the lying dolt. Is there not a way to ban the IP number of his computer?

Sarkazein said...

Guy Faulkes- My guess is that Newt was forced to sit on the park love-seat with Nancy Pelosi. He was told if he wanted to feed at the government troff with the rest of the pigs, he would have to shoot a global warming video with her. He did... he ate well.
I just don't get the same thoughts about Romney as you when I listen to his answers to questions addressing your same concerns. Combine him with a Tea Party dominated Congress and we may still have a chance to survive Obama's and Speaker Pelosi's destructive term.

Sarkazein said...

Kiss Kiss Ka-ching Ka-ching

Reader said...

Sark and Guy, I think I'll quit until November 2012. I'm making all the wrong choices.

NewGuy said...

Reader, there are only 2 choices:

Obama,

or

NOT Obama!

Anyway, that's my opinion.

Blogger said...

New Guy: "Obama,
or
NOT Obama!

Anyway, that's my opinion."

My opinion as well. The real question is can this country last long enough to replace him?

Blogger said...

Gingrich 45% Obama 43% Today's Rasmussen

Blogger said...

Gingrich Leads; Romney at New Low in Positive Intensity
Cain's Positive Intensity Score is down 25 percentage points since October. Today's Gallup

Sarkazein said...

Reader- This is what the primary season is for. By the end of vetting process Guy Faulkes will be wearing a Romney straw hat and inquiring about how to join the Morman Church.

guy faulkes said...

It will never happen Sark. I know what Romney has done and how often he changes his tune. He is an Obama Clone. There is no difference in them, or at least not enough to matter.

I have nothing against the Mormons.

Sarkazein said...

Or an Obama straw hat.

Sarkazein said...

Sorry Guy Faulkes.

Sarkazein said...

My attempt at humor rattled a cage.

Sarkazein said...

My last comment ( cage ) won't make any sense once the LPOV comment is washed into the gutter with the rest of his/her "comments".

Sarkazein said...

Flush!

guy faulkes said...

Sark, you have nothing to be sorry about.

There would be no difference in the hats of which you speak. I will never wear either.

Blogger said...

Did you catch the interview of Newt with Hannity last night?
Awesome!

Blogger said...

They say Romney will go after Newt as a flip-flopper. I would think that would be a subject he would not want brought up. Many people believe Romney flip flops trying to come down on which ever side he thinks the voters are. Newt is known as an incredibly thoughtful person who, when he changes a position, has new information.

NewGuy said...

I've been a Newt fan for many, many years.....going back to when he was first elected to Congress and I have followed him since. I think he has the potential to be our best president since Reagan...or maybe since Lincoln!

On the other hand, I am sorry to say that I think he brings high risk as well. He can shoot from the hip and can do some damage when he moves on instinct rather than on logic!

I have had some concerns about his "electability" - he does bring some baggage with him. On the other hand his history is well known and, unless something new should come out, it will be hard for Obama to get much mileage out of things we have all known about Newt for years!

I wish him well. We will certainly have a pretty clear idea of his chances once we get past New Hampshire!

I would also be satisfied with Romney. I think his business credentials are pretty well suited for the issues we are facing and for cleaning up the mess Obama has made!

I haven't written the others off....but it's getting harder to see a path to the White House for most of them.

Sarkazein said...

"Sark, you have nothing to be sorry about."- Guy Faulkes

I was apologizing for stimulating our cyber-stalker and perfect example of a liberal, LPOV.

Reader said...

Shoot, does this mean "I'm a filp-flopper? What am I turning into? I need to do something else with my time. I'm not good at politics.

guy faulkes said...

No Reader. you are not a flip flopper. You are changing your opinion as more information becomes available, unlike Romney who changes his opinion when the information has always been available but he thinks the wind is blowing the voters in a different direction.