In response to:

Gingrich: McCain & Graham Are "Prisoners of the Past"

HerbShriner Wrote: Mar 08, 2013 12:30 PM
Newt has more good points than bad. I would agree he is one of a few that can speak the truth sometimes and that is what the Republican Party needs.
Dave M Wrote: Mar 08, 2013 11:03 PM
Bear in mind Newts biggest problem-Newt. He is one of the most brilliant men but he will go off on the most idiotic tangent for no apparent reason. In the Carolina primary he just chewed up and spit out his opponents. Then only a few days later in Florida he was attacking attacking Romney from the left- I would have sworn that he suddenly turned into a flaming lib. It was also suicide- acting and talking like a liberal ended his candidacy then and there- another in a long line of totally unnecessary self-inflicted headshots. Just like the Pelosi couch - one minute he's cozying up to Nancy and telling us all Cap and Trade is necessary and we just dang well better get over it. Then weeks later- its Drill-Baby-Drill.
SugarLandSteve Wrote: Mar 08, 2013 1:08 PM
I would have preferred to have Newt running against Obama, over Romney or McCain.
Texas Chris Wrote: Mar 08, 2013 1:36 PM
My #1 was always Ron Paul, and I wouldn't have settled for anyone else. But yes, Newt would have been better that what we have now, and what the GOP nominated for us.
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Mar 08, 2013 3:24 PM
I would say what the GOP forced on us, manipulated to get an Establishment candidate..they refused to defend Herman Cain from the bimbo assaults (I know I talked to a hireling when BIalek surfaced and when I said she LIED, he had the gall to ask about the other four..so where are the bimbos now that Herman Cain was sandbagged? And look how the Establishment attacked Newt when he went after Romney after Iowa? The fix was in and we have to be warned about 2016.