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A Few Words For Newt Gingrich

Ace971 Wrote: May 05, 2012 11:08 AM
Oh seriously Paul let your hatred of Newt go... you got your wish and now your hero Mitt can show us all how he's a great candidate. I mean after all it took such greatness to smear Newt with obvious lies and spend 20 dollars on each vote right? Good luck with that, you're gonna need it
Tyke Wrote: May 05, 2012 11:35 AM
No one needed to lie - Newt's down-side was out there in full view. Never better than after one or the other primaries when he showed his 'true' self in all it's bitter ugliness. He thought we would all forget what was 'in the past' but your foibles are seldom in the past just the opposite - we have our memories and what isn't in memory, is on line. I agree with Paul's article.
sashamanda Wrote: May 05, 2012 2:50 PM
Right! Who needs a candidate with a record of balancing a federal budget while cutting taxes and helping to usher in low unemployment and a booming economy?
Ace971 Wrote: May 06, 2012 1:02 AM
Right and Mitt is just perfect huh? What person doesn't have flaws? But while Newt's past is unforgivable to continue to rail against him and smear him is perfectly acceptable? Please.
Chief1928 Wrote: May 06, 2012 1:24 PM
Good Girl Sasha... My ideas to the "T". I am not a fan of Greenbergs. I do like Newt.

"All newspaper editorial writers ever do is come down from the hills after the battle is over and shoot the wounded."

--Attributed to Murray Kempton, among many others.

Newt Gingrich finally made it formal. He's now ended his presidential race with characteristic bombast. The real news, the big surprise, was that he made it this far. And resisted dropping out for this long. The man has a real talent -- for ignoring reality.

If character really is fate, the Newt should have been done as a presidential candidate as soon as his dubious connections with Freddie Mac became common knowledge....