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Good News: Newt Won't Rule Out 2016 Presidential Run

AmericanLiberal Wrote: Nov 26, 2012 9:53 PM
James writes:***Sounds more like a personal problem than the real reasons behind the GOP loss. *** You guys do not seem to understand that when you try to suppress the First Freedom, the right to government that governs with the consent of the governed, you enrage your countrymen. When you interrupt the President during the State of the Union. When you robocall people to tell them to vote at the firehouse when they know they are to vote at the library. When you challenge the citizenship and Americanness of a man who represents us. When you go off the deepend and accuse a guy who is no more liberal that frigging Ike of being a "communist." These are things that have consequences, and you losers learned about it on November 6th.
MudontheTires Wrote: Nov 26, 2012 11:54 PM
"the right to government that governs with the consent of the governed"

Like whne Obama rammed ObamaCare down the throats of Americans who opposed it by 70%?

You're as arrogant as you are dishonest Oxymoron. You support communism and prate about "governing with the consent of the governed".
James____Tx Wrote: Nov 26, 2012 10:02 PM
Nothing more than hyperbole on your part.

(If you mean) The 1st amendment is not "the right to be governed". Other wise please explain to me in more detail what this 1st freedom is and where is it documented.

I never said anything about communist; statist maybe never communist.

All the rest of your post hyperbole.
Origanalist Again Wrote: Nov 26, 2012 10:06 PM
"All the rest of your post hyperbole."

Surprise, surprise.

Did you hear that?  That's the sound of America breathing a collective sigh of relief over this news.  The dream endures (via Hot Air's Green Room):
 

Newt and Callista Gingrich's book-signing tour swung through Naples on Sunday and might one day again morph into another turn down the campaign trail. The former Republican presidential candidate and House Speaker said he has not ruled out running for president in 2016 — but first the GOP must take on a "very serious analysis" of what went wrong in 2012, Gingrich said. "I have no idea at...