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

Oishi Wrote: Nov 27, 2012 5:01 PM
Thank you Newt, for your service to this country. Now move on. Don't run again. You have become part of our problem. After the election I said here that Romney had been foisted upon us. I still belive that, and part of picking Mitt was as an alternative to the old guard. You are part of that old guard. If you want to help us, work to groom our best candidates, get rich donors to support new blood and don't run again.
Phil697 Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 6:33 PM
I have to sorta agree with you but I do think Nute would not have laid down on the last two debates. I think the election results would have probably been the same however. When you have less that 60 percent turnout nationwide but over 100 percent in citiies in swing states, it won't matter who runs. Nobody gives a damn or is in denial. I can't imagine what tricks will be up their sleeves next time, maybe they can pass a new amendment to allow obamma to run as long as he wants to...
debir Wrote: Nov 27, 2012 5:14 PM
R-Paul, M-Rubio, M-Lee, M-Pence, S-Walker, Nikki Haley,

pro-USC-States-Rghts, Stop-Big-Fed-Govt-Spending, pro-fairness-to-women-policies,

lots of highly-qualified US Senate, House women-Rep-candidates, starting now-2014-16 !

There are obstacles to gaining back womens support-votes, we'll have to put it back into the Rep political platform, in speeches, tv-radio-news, interviews,

If we don't work at-figuring out ways to bring alot of women back in, it's over !

If we can win over the women with pro-USC-Stop-Big-Fed-Govt-Spending, pro-fairness-to-women-policies,

we'll also get back the Ron Paul, Gary Johnson, Librtrn-Constn-Prty votes, that we so neglectfully-stupidly-unnecessarily-lost too,

Lets all work together on getting this done !

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...