Newt wins So. Carolina but is widely disliked

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Based on exit poll data, ABC News is projecting Newt Gingrich the winner in today’s South Carolina primary. Mitt Romney is a distant second, Rick Santorum will place third, and Ron Paul fourth.
Gingrich’s win is all the more impressive because he had trailed Romney by double digits just days ago. But that changed quickly after Gingrich’s fiery performance in Thursday’s night debate.
But Gingrich and his supporters should be mindful that what he won is a GOP state primary. There are sobering polling data that point to Newt being widely disliked by the larger American populace.
In an article for the Washington Examiner‘s Beltway Confidential, Jan. 20, 2012, titled “America hates Newt Gingrich,” Conn Carroll writes:

“Unlike Mitt Romney, who occasionally beats President Obama in general election poll match ups, Newt Gingrich trails far behind President Obama in every survey. But just how bad are Gingrich’s unfavorable among the general public compared to Obama and Romney?

Not every poll releases their full results, so here are the most recent favorability results I could find for Obama, Romney, and Newt.

Fox News, 1/12-1/14:
Obama, fav/unfav, 51%/46%, +5
Romney, fav/unfav, 45%/38%, +7
Gingrich, fav/unfav, 27%/56%, -29

CBS/NYT, 1/12-1/17:
Obama, fav/unfav, 38%/45%, -7
Romney, fav/unfav, 21%/35%, -14
Gingrich, fav/unfav, 17%/49%, -32

PPP, 1/13-1/17:
Obama, app/dis, 47%/50%, -3
Romney, fav/unfav, 35%/53%, -18
Gingrich, fav/unfav, 26%/60%, -34

America does not love Romney, but boy do they hate Newt.”

Political pollsters and analysts have long observed that an important factor on which U.S. presidential elections hinge is the likeability factor: Americans have to like a presidential candidate to vote for him or her.
As Lowman Henry put it, writing in March 2007:

“We like to think Presidential campaigns are fought over issues, but in the final analysis the deciding factor is often the personality of the candidate. Voters have a basic need to feel comfortable with their President therefore the likeability factor of the candidates often trumps other considerations.
Ronald Reagan had the highest likeability factor of any recent President, and in some quarters the same can be said for Bill Clinton. Both attracted votes from people who disagreed with their policies — sometimes strongly — but who simply felt more at ease with them personally.”

Given that, I am curious what’s the main reason why some FOTM readers support Newt Gingrich. Is it his debating skills? His intellect? His repentance and conversion to Catholicism? His personality?

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0 responses to “Newt wins So. Carolina but is widely disliked

  1. Says much about Romney… Newt may be disliked, but he’s got the… um… “stones”… that Mitt doesn’t and that’s what mattered.

    • Good grief. If even SC’s Republican primary voters don’t like Newt, although they voted for him nevertheless, what are his chances in the nationwide presidential election?

  2. People are greedy and like the free handouts… welfare, bailouts, etc.

  3. Not a fan of Newt’s….but give him credit for coming out swinging at debate the other night. That kind of stuff I like.
    Obama’s charsima? Gag….

  4. Just got email from /Newt campaign…he references himself as a “Reagan conservative”. lol

  5. Guess who the msm is backing. Of course the 150 million now on the Govt dole dislike newt.

  6. Well back to the light at the end of the tunnel. Orly Taitz was ruled in favor of by Judge Malawai or whatever his name is, so the sopeona for all Barack’s docs. is still on.
    None of these candidates are saying anything about the violations of the constitution made by Barack Obama, they are all running scared of the “racist” issue, and that’s the least of our problems. The Chiefs of Staff of the military, Leon Panetta and Sec. Clinton are all against a strike against Iran, and the battleships et al apparently have been pulled back to a less agressive position, but these GOP’s don’t mention anything about these crucial issues. Wouldn’t the American People, as Nancy Pelosi used to call us, appreciate a candidate who was pushing for steps to be taken immediately that will keep America and the rest of the world out of the way of a threat of thermonuclear war? The voters will feel as though they were taken for suckers if something big happens that these guys and Obama himself don’t face the real problems head on, and stop the game playing.

  7. Perhaps a brokered convention wouldn’t be such a bad thing, afterall.

  8. I expect some FOTM readers see Newt as the only viable candidate with the courage, passion, experience and wherewithal to reverse the Soros plan for Amerika (in addition to his many other qualities that you have mentioned). The South Carolinian voters were smart enough to make him their overwhelming choice today. By the way, what about the last misleading Rasmussen poll you seemed to think should not be questioned? Look for leftist manipulation in all polls; if we are all to be so quickly and easily manipulated by the leftist media (and thank God the Carolinians were too strong for that) then we may as well roll over now and continue down the road to Amerika.

    • Perhaps. Left/liberals want Romney because he doesn’t excite conservatives and won’t steal votes from Obama.

  9. If he is so confrontational, why didn’t he stand up to the left when he was Speaker? Why did he so easily surrender to the liberal agenda? Only last month, he called himself a Wilsonian Republican – That is NOT Conservative! His favorite President is … FDR, for pete’s sake! With all his skeletons, is he really electable? Romney is just too bland – no passion for anything … ? Not a fighter! Process of elimination – that leaves Santorum & Paul … Neither is perfect, but Santorum is a clear choice AND he is a passionate fighter for the Conservative values of America. 🙂

  10. “What is it about o… that he has so many supporters?” The fact that he has promised them the moon [okay, just new kitchens], that the democrat party has long been one of promising more and more “entitlements” [a promise they make good on], that he is black [half!] so he gets the “white guilt” vote along with the black vote… Oh, and VOTER FRAUD! Mostly voter fraud. It is how democrats win elections. All, just my opinion…

  11. Dennis H. Bennett

    I think its because he caters to every special interest/group there is. If its not the Indians having been treated shoddily, then its then its the ————————-, you fill in the group. Most are benefit-dependent and, hence, the “beholding” masses. And, secondly, by his charisma. His “masses” want to have political intercourse with him, even if it only lasts for 10 seconds. in other words, he’s a continual one night stand, and nothing more. You have to admit that he has adulterated our Republic on nearly a weekly basis. if Gingrich is intentionally using charisma the same way as “O”, then this tactic can be masterful in debate. He still has the burden of being a respected, thoughtful, exemplary leader. who won’t become a ‘lightning for controversy’, much as ‘O’ has become, and resign his position.

  12. I think he appeals to some because of his anger and how he vents. He is a master of one liners, and yes, he probably is the best debater amongst them. However, I and others I know who are Independents, will not vote for Obama, but some will either not vote for Newt (if he wins the nomination), or some will have to hold our noses to pull the lever for him. While discussing Newt, the feelings are the same – we don’t trust him, he’s a phony and it would be preferable to have a “moral” family in the White House (that nixes Newt and Callista). BTW- speaking with those whom I know, we unanimously support Romney. Also, just today, Newt said he doesn’t consider himself an elitist – LOL! …and seems to be attacking Romney for his money. What a joke – he’s made millions, has a $500,000.00 revolving charge acct. at Tiffany’s, and one would be afraid to touch Calista’s face lest it would shatter (all that Botox, and probably plastic surgery). Newt is smug, insolent and a cynic. So superficial.
    This is quoted from another source (Mark Saltveit). It’s lengthy, but well worth reading, and passing on –
    Repeated adultery with younger women, while each successive wife was seriously ill — and all along Newt was proclaiming himself a champion of family values. Attacking mortgage lender Fannie Mae, while secretly getting paid $1.6 million as a lobbyist for them – and claiming he was a “historian,” not a lobbyist. Attacking Congress for gridlock, when personally led the destruction of Congress’ civility and traditions in the 1980s as a “bomb-thrower” and evil genius tactician. (Seriously, look it up.) A half-million charge account at Tiffany’s Jewelers for his latest, youngest woman (that we know of).
    All this for 30 years running, and he’s still a leading contender for President as a religious, morally crusading Republican? Yeah, he’s smarter alright. As a historian, he knows Americans forget anything over 5 years old, and the press will ignore your long-term character traits if you give them any new, shiny story to report.
    It’s not that Newt lacks charm. My personal favorite thing is that he loves, loves, LOVES dinosaurs! Not in any creepy way, for once, but with the deep enthusiasm of a five-year-old boy. For that matter, notice how many of his “visionary” scientific ideas involve lasers and outer space and huge explosions. That’s adorable. The problem is, most five year olds have a sincere narcissism that would lead them to happily order far-off cities destroyed if they got some candy in return. That’s why we don’t put them in charge of the world.
    But ultimately, Gingrich is amazingly similar to Bill Clinton – two are pot smoking, draft-dodging adulterers from poor Southern families, who rose to great heights with brains and hard work. Clinton appears to have handled the change a bit better, though. Click on the allegation of your choice:
    Callista Bisek. Anne Manning. The unnamed “young volunteer”. Are we missing anyone?
    Draft dodger
    Dead-Beat Dad
    Family Values? Pressing Wife for Divorce in the Hospital
    House Banking Scandal: Newt Bounced 22 Checks
    Book Deals: Murdoch’s $4.5 Million wasn’t the first
    GOPAC sleaze: Taxpayer subsidies for his partisan campaign course.
    Corporate reward: $2,500/month to Newt’s wife
    Who Owns Him?
    “We had oral sex. He prefers that modus operandi because then he can say, ‘I never slept with her.'” – Anne Manning (who was also married at the time.)
    “We would have won in 1974 if we could have kept him out of the office, screwing her [a young volunteer] on the desk.” – Dot Crews, his campaign scheduler at the time
    [In the book] “Men Who Hate Women and the Women Who Love Them”, [I] “found frightening pieces that related to my own life.” – Newt.
    “I think you can write a psychological profile of me that says I found a way to immerse my insecurities in a cause large enough to justify whatever I wanted it to.” – Newt, speaking to Gail Sheehy.
    “She isn’t young enough or pretty enough to be the President’s wife. And besides, she has cancer.” – Newt, on his first wife.
    “He treats me really nicely, buys me all these ices. Dolce & Gabbana, Fendi and that Donna, Karan, he be sharin’ All that money got me wearin'” — Callista? No wait, that’s Fergie, “My Humps”
    “I don’t want him to be president and I don’t think he should be.” – Newt’s second wife Marianne.
    “She [Callista] is the single most self-centered person I’ve run into in politics—it’s all about her. They do these movies together, and she does a word count: she has to have the same number of words on camera as he does or they have to reshoot. …And Callista did not want him to run for President. That’s why he had to buy her so much damn jewelry.” – an unnamed “former strategist.” Will Rogers, Newt’s ex-Iowa strategist has denied it was him.
    “If the country today were to move to the left, Newt would sense it before it started happening and lead the way.” – Dot Crews, his campaign scheduler throughout the 1970s.
    “It doesn’t matter what I do. People need to hear what I have to say. There’s no one else who can say what I can say. It doesn’t matter what I live.” – Newt.
    Sex on the Desk – Oral Sex is More Easily Denied
    Several newspapers are now reporting that Newt Gingrich is dating and basically living with Callista Bisek, a “willowy blond Congressional aide 23 years his junior.” Biske, 33, has been spending nights at Gingrich’s apartment near the Capitol and has her own key. In an amazing act of hypocrisy, Gingrich was apparently dating Bisek all during Clinton-Lewinsky adultery scandal, even as he proclaimed family values and bitterly criticized the President for his adultery.
    Reporters and other Washington insiders have known about this relationship since 1994, even before Gingrich became Speaker of the House, but did not have any solid proof to report. In 1995, Vanity Fair magazine described Bisek as Gingrich’s “frequent breakfast companion.” Gingrich was married to Marianne Gingrich during all of that time, and just filed for divorce in August 1999.
    Newt is apparently trying to create a new hybrid form, Christian adultery. According to MSNBC, Bisek sings in the National Shrine Choir, and Newt would often wait for her at the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, listening to her sing while he read the Bible.
    This is hardly the first time Newt has cheated, either. “It was common knowledge that Newt was involved with other women during his [first] marriage to Jackie. Maybe not on the level of John Kennedy. But he had girlfriends — some serious, some trivial.” — Dot Crews, his campaign scheduler throughout the 70s. One woman, Anne Manning, has come forward and confirmed a relationship with him during the 1976 campaign. “We had oral sex. He prefers that modus operandi because then he can say, ‘I never slept with her.'”
    Kip Carter, his former campaign treasurer, was walking Newt’s daughters back from a football game one day and cut across a driveway where he saw a car. “As I got to the car, I saw Newt in the passenger seat and one of the guys’ wives with her head in his lap going up and down. Newt kind of turned and gave me this little-boy smile. Fortunately, Jackie Sue and Kathy were a lot younger and shorter then.”
    Family Values? Pressing Wife for Divorce in the Hospital:
    “He walked out in the spring of 1980…. By September, I went into the hospital for my third surgery. The two girls came to see me, and said, “Daddy is downstairs. Could he come up?” When he got there, he wanted to discuss the terms of the divorce while I was recovering from my surgery.” – Jackie, his first wife. One of Newt’s daughters from that first marriage, who is also a conservative columnist, recently disputed that story (after Newt co-authored a book with her), saying among other things that her mother Jackie had initiated the divorce and that “the tumor [removed in a surgery the day before] was benign.” Of course no one knew the tumor was benign at the time, so I don’t know why that is supposed to matter. And CNN recently found court documents that show that Newt did in fact initiate that divorce. In any case, I’m inclined to believe the wife this happened to over the account of her daughter, who was a child at that time.
    Dead-Beat Dad:
    The hospital visit wasn’t the end of it, either. Shortly after the cancer ward visit, Newt stopped paying alimony and child support. Jackie had to take Newt to court to get him to contribute for bills, as utilities were about to be cut off.
    Draft Dodger:
    Though he relentlessly pushes military spending and talks like a bigtime hawk, Gingrich avoided the Vietnam War through a combination of student and family deferments. (He married one of his teachers at age 19.)
    Problems With Women?
    When Newt’s first wife Jackie was still in the hospital recovering from cancer surgery, he came to her bed and — by his own admission — “argued” her over the terms of the divorce that he wanted (and she didn’t). Soon afterwards he stopped paying divorce and alimony; Jackie and his daughters were so poor that their church had to take up a collection to get them food and prevent their utilities from being cut off.
    Newt also graciously told one of his aides that “She isn’t young enough or pretty enough to be the President’s wife. And besides, she has cancer.” Later it emerged that he had been having an affair with a younger woman, Marianne. But his second marriage — to Marianne — wasn’t much smoother either. In fact it was very similar. Afteer Marianne was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, Newt told her about an affair with a younger woman, Callista, that he had been having for six years. She says that Newt didn’t ask for divorce this time — he asked her to have an “open marriage” where he could also sleep with Callista. Marianne refused, and they divorced.
    Does Newt have some kind of problem with women? He has said that he read a book called “Men Who Hate Women and the Women Who Love Them”, and “found frightening pieces that related to my own life.”
    House Banking Scandal: Newt Bounced 22 Checks
    Remember the House Banking scandal, where so many congressmen wrote rubber checks on government money? Newt hopes you don’t, because he bounced 22 himself, which almost cost him reelection in 1992. His vote for the secret House pay raise, and the chauffeur who drove him around Washington in a Lincoln Town Car, didn’t help.
    Lucrative and Questionable Book Deals: Murdoch’s $4.5 Million wasn’t the first
    The 1995 Murdoch Deal — The 1984 Book Deal
    The 1995 Murdoch Deal
    You probably heard something about Newt’s book scandal. He was offered first $2.5 million, then $4.5 million by Harper Collins, a publishing company owned by Rupert Murdoch, who also owns the Fox TV network and newspapers and TV stations around the world. Murdoch has been having problems with a complaint by NBC that Fox is a foreign owned TV network, which is against US law.
    In the past, Harper Collins has offered million dollar book contracts to several conservative politicians in countries where Murdoch was having regulatory trouble, including England (Margaret Thatcher, Jeffrey Archer) and China (Deng Xiaoping’s daughter). A week after the initial offer, Newt met with Rupert Murdoch – and Murdoch’s legislative lobbyist – to discuss politics, including the NBC complaint. As facts about the deal were made public, and even Republicans criticized him, Gingrich decided to give up the $4.5 million advance for a still-lucrative deal based on royalties.
    Gingrich’s story kept changing through the controversy. First, Newt’s spokesman said that Murdoch knew nothing about Gingrich and the book deal. On Friday January 13, Newt’s spokesman admitted that Murdoch actually met Newt on a park bench the week before the deal was made, but didn’t talk about it. He also said he knew nothing about Murdoch’s lobbyist being at their meeting. The next day, he admitted the lobbyist was there, but claimed he didn’t say so because no one asked.
    Newt also said repeatedly that the book wasn’t his idea; that a literary agent named Lynn Chu had sought him out and proposed it. After Ms. Chu said that Gingrich’s associate Jeff Eisenach called her first on Newt’s behalf, Eisenach and Newt’s spokesman admitted that was true.
    The 1984 Book Deal
    Murdoch’s book deal wasn’t the first lucrative and controversial book deal Newt engineered. In 1983 he established a limited partnership in Atlanta called COS Limited, which pulled together about two dozen of his biggest campaign contributors to finance his book.
    The former administrator of his congressional offices in Georgia, Dolores Adamson, resigned over the deal. “The manuscript was put together in the district office using office equipment,” she said. “He would just come in and say ‘This is what I want to do.’ I would say, ‘This is not ethical,” but after a while he didn’t listen.” That office equipment, of course, was paid for by US taxpayers including you.
    GOPAC sleaze: Taxpayer subsidies for his partisan campaign course.
    Newt in his poltical career was the king of using tax-payer subsidized donations for his personal and political purposes. He stooped so low as to hijack not one but two charities for poor inner city kids and use their donations for his personal goals.
    GOPAC, Newt’s longtime political action committee, was the centerpiece of a complex network of non-profit, and mostly tax exempt organizations that Newt has used to support himself and other conservative candidates. In an act of incredible hypocrisy, this crusader against taxes obtained taxpayer subsidies for his personal and political goals, by misusuing these tax-exempt groups.
    For example, one GOPAC document said that its goal for the 1990s was “to both create and disseminate the doctrine of a majority Republican party.” In another GOPAC document, titled “Key Factors in a House GOP Majority,” Gingrich wrote “It is more powerful and more effective to develop a reform movement parallel to the official Republican party”, instead of using the party structure, because it would get more attention and be more credible. Shortly thereafter, GOPAC paid for a television program promoting a “grassroots” movement to reform government; publicly they claimed it was nonpartisan, but private internal documents made its partisan goals clear.
    After it got expensive, Gingrich transferred the program to the “Abraham Lincoln Opportunity Foundation,” a tax-exempt group controlled by a GOPAC official named Bo Callaway. It had been set up years earlier to help inner city kids, which is why it was tax exempt. The group spent $260,000 on the television program in 1990. That same year, Newt started another tax-exempt group that paid poor students for reading books. He bragged of this in many a political speech. But after the first two years, most of this foundation’s money went to Mel Steely, a former Gingrich aide who is now Newt’s official biographer.
    The best known effort was a college course (titled “Renewing American Civilization”) at a small college that Gingrich nakedly used to recruit and organize conservative candidates, and to feed them his carefully constructed ideology and political slogans.
    Of course, using tax-exempt educational or charitable donations for partisan purposes is illegal, and several ethics complaints were filed against Gingrich. He agreed to pay a $300,000 fine for misleading the committee during the investigation, and in the process dodged conviction on the actual charges through a combination of finessing some legal definitions, sheer self-confidence and raw political power (as Speaker of the House at the time of the complaints, he appointed the ethics committee. Furthermore, GOPAC had one ethics committee member on its roster last session, and gave money to another.)
    The Ethics Committee dropped its final charges against Gingrich not long before he resigned as speaker, despite finding that Gingrich had in fact violated one rule by repeatedly using a political consultant paid by GOPAC to develop the Republican political agenda, because there was no evidence he was continuing to do so.
    The IRS also started an investigation of one group, the Progress and Freedom Foundation, for violating its tax-exempt status by donating to Gingrich’s college course. In the investigation, the special counsel found that these activities were “substantially motivated by partisan political goals.” The IRS eventually overruled him, and found that the course “was educational and never favored or opposed a candidate for public office.” It said the foundation “did not intervene on behalf of candidates of the Republican Party merely by promoting” themes in the course. This extremely narrow reading of the law basically said “so what if he used the course to recruit, organize and groom candidates; as long as they didn’t say ‘Vote for Jones’, it wasn’t partisan.” Despite what Gingrich fans argue, this hardly proves his innocence. The IRS has chickened out before in political cases, notably letting the Church of Scientology completely off the hook in its investigation of that group.
    Corporate reward: $2,500/month to Newt’s wife
    According to the Wall Street Journal, a company hired Marianne Gingrich (Newt’s wife) for $2,500 a month plus commissions in September 1994 after he announced support for a free trade zone in Israel that they are trying to build. Her “job” for Israel Export Development Co. is to find tenants for the trade zone. Gingrich’s spokesman said that since her job did not involve working with the US government, there was no conflict of interest.
    Who Owns Him?
    – Rupert Murdoch (see book deal above)
    – Georgia’s Richards family, owners of Southwire Corporate ($1.3 billion/year)
    The Richards lent and donated money and office space to Gingrich from his earliest days in politics. They have given over $100,000, and Gingrich was the first recipient of donations from Southwire’s PAC. By coincidence, Gingrich has changed from an environmentalist critic of Southwire to a staunch anti-environmentalist during that time. People with ties to Southwire were instrumental in two earlier lucrative book deals of Gingrich’s in 1977 and 1984; the latter was investigated for ethical violations.
    Newly recovered court files cast doubt on Gingrich version of first divorce,” By Alan Duke, CNN, December 27, 2011
    Callista quote: The Good Wife: Can Callista Gingrich save her husband?, by Ariel Lev, The New Yorker, January 23, 2012
    “Doesn’t matter what I do” quote: John H. Richardson, “Newt Gingrich: The Indispensable Republican,” Esquire Magazine, August 10, 2010
    “Newt’s Glass House,” by Stephen Talbot,, August 28, 1998
    “Newt Plays House With New Squeeze,” by Timothy Burger and Owen Moritz, NY Daily News, August 12, 1999
    “Newt’s Fooling Around With His Girl On the Hill,” by Andy Soltis, New York Post, August 12, 1999
    “The Big One That Got Away,” by David Corn, Salon Website, August 12, 1998
    adulterous choir practice: “Personals”, by Leah Garchik, San Francisco Chronicle, August 17, 1999 pE12
    “Gingrich Won’t Answer Woman’s Adultery Story,” Missoula (Montana) Missoulian, August 16, 1995page 1
    “Tales About Gingrich make field level”, Idaho Spokesman Review, August 16, 1995 pB6
    “Gingrich Aided Export Firm That Employed His Wife”, NY Times News Service, San Francisco Chronicle, February 7, 1995 pA7
    “Gingrich, Critic of ‘Business as Usual,’ Helps Out Special Interests Like ‘Any Member of Congress'”, Phil Kuntz, Wall Street Journal, April 3, 1995 pA16
    “Gingrich’s political education”, Jeff Gerth and Stephen Labaton (NY Times News Service), San Francisco Examiner, February 12, 1995 pA6
    “IRS clears Gingrich donation that led to his House censure”, Capitol Hill Blue Website, February 4, 1999
    Ethics Committee Drops Last of 84 Charges Against Gingrich ,By Curt Anderson (Associated Press), Washington Post, October 11, 1998, Page A13
    “Use of Tax-Exempt Groups Integral to Political Strategy”, by Charles R. Babcock, Washington Post, January 7, 1997, Page A01
    “Jump-Start: How Speaker Gingrich Grabbed Power and Attention So Quickly”, Wall Street Journal, January 19, 1995 pA1
    “The Inner Quest of Newt Gingrich”, Gail Sheehy, Vanity Fair, September 1995 p147 “Gingrich, Murdoch reveal lobbyist’s role at meeting”, Katharine Seelye (NY Times News Service), San Francisco Examiner, pA1 “Murdoch, Gingrich Admit They Talked”, San Francisco Chronicle, January 13, 1995
    “The Mysterious Mrs. Newt”, Martin Fletcher (London Times News Service), SF Examiner, January 15, 1995 pA4 “Newt’s Near Misses”, Ron Curran, The Bay Guardian, January 11, 1995 p10
    “Newt, Inc.”, Dennis Bernstein, Bay Guardian, February 1, 1995 p19

    • Yup. Don’t like him because of this (and, probably, many other people in South Carolina and elsewhere don’t because of it either). Given a choice between voting for him or Obama, though, it’ll be him. Would much rather he kept it in his pants AND was a better choice than Obama, that’s for dang sure.

    • Goodness, you certainly went to town on your Newt background check.
      This should be on his website, or the GOP website, so they can demonstrate how transparent they are. All the others should have resumes too. The problem is that inspite of the list of things he has done or gotten into, none of it is worth a can of beans.

  13. I’m tired of the Left Wing Liberal Media giving Obama a Free Pass on things like the fast growing National Debt, Solyndra, Fast and Furious, Voter Intimidation in Philly, the way he SUES states that tackle ILLEGAL Immigration, the jobs we lost because of his Keystone Pipeline decision, etc etc etc.
    ANNOY the Left Wing Liberal Media by voting for Newt Gingrich.
    NEWT 2012!!!

  14. Dennis H. Bennett

    At least someone agrees with me about Marianne! A blow is right on!!


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