The Truth Behind the Attack on Newt

The latest Newt-Reagan flap has me boiling. I’ve been in the debate business a long time, and if it’s one thing I’ve learned it’s this: Tell the truth about your opponent. As much as you might believe your opponent’s position is wacko, don’t lie about it or misrepresent it. It’s not ethical, and it will come back to bite you in the end.

For the past few days establishment Republicans have been dumping on Newt for being anti-Reagan. First, it’s not wrong to be anti-Reagan. Reagan raised taxes and increased government spending. On these points, I’m anti-Reagan.

Second, what the anti-Newtonians are using to disparage Newt are just plain wrong. In fact, they are so taken out of context that to put them into their proper context would expose the establishment Republicans for the frauds they really are.

Here’s what Elliot Abrams, who served as Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs under Reagan, wrote about what Newt allegedly said about Reagan and his policies toward the Soviet Union:

“Measured against the scale and momentum of the Soviet empire’s challenge, the Reagan administration has failed, is failing, and without a dramatic change in strategy will continue to fail. . . . President Reagan is clearly failing.”

 Here’s what Newt actually said — in context. Pay attention to the distinction between Reagan and those in his administration. It’s the key to the story:

“The fact is that George Will, Charles Krauthammer, Irving Kristol, and Jeane Kirkpatrick are right in pointing out the enormous gap between President Reagan’s strong rhetoric, which is adequate, and his administration’s weak policies, which are inadequate and will ultimately fail.”

Newt was attacking the people in Reagan’s administration who wanted Reagan to tone down the anti-Soviet rhetoric. These are the same people who wanted Reagan to remove the line “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!” from his speech at the Brandenburg Gate near the Berlin Wall on June 12, 1987.

Here’s the important part of the story. Reagan administration officials wanted him to cut the line from his speech because they believed them to be an “outright affront to the Soviet leadership.” Here’s what Peter Robinson, Reagan’s speech writer, says happened:

[T]he speech was circulated to the State Department and the National Security Council. Both attempted to squelch it. The assistant secretary of state for Eastern European affairs challenged the speech by telephone. A senior member of the National Security Council staff protested the speech in memoranda. The ranking American diplomat in Berlin objected to the speech by cable. The draft was naive, it would raise false hopes. It was clumsy, it was needlessly provocative. State and the NSC submitted their own alternate drafts — my journal records that there were no fewer than seven, including one written by the diplomat in Berlin. In each, the call to tear down the wall was missing.

This was what Newt was railing against, not Reagan, but the softies in his Administration. They are still with us. They want to maintain the status quo with their guys holding the purse strings.



  • upaces88

    There was a running joke about Reagan when he was in office.
    "Before Reagan got into office, "I had a yacht and a wife. Now I have a rowboat and a whore."

    • Ed

      Because Carter's term as president was so successful? It must have been all that record inflation that enabled all those people to have yachts.

    • jim

      With ole Socilasit Racist Class dividing, Incompetent Neighborhood Rowser barry we are lucky to EAT let alone have a boat!

      • Patriot


    • LibDebunker

      I'm sorry your fortunes in the old Soviet Union went so badly for you.

    • Jonathan Gartner

      Said by the marxist left. All people benefited by this administration business made more money as did individuals. The government had more money coming in by lower taxes on business. The taxes that Ronald Reagan rose was on the promise of 1 dollar in new taxes for three in reduced spending we are still waiting on that from the demoncrats. In his first 21/2 years in he reduced unemployment by three percentage points

    • American 1st

      You must be a Dummycrap! After Reagan went into office I opened my own business, employed 16 people and made a lot of money.

      Since O-brainless went into office I have spent most of the money I had made on trying to keep my business afloat & had to reduce the number of workers to 6 (reduced by appx 2/3).

      The past 2 years have been a disaster, not only for me, but for most of America. If Obozo and ANY Democrats are elected in 2012 you can kiss this country & freedom goodbye. But isn't that his plan? To bankrupt this once great nation!

      • American 1st

        PS - Don't tell Obama what comes after Trillion

        • Myrtlelinder

          Better not tell those who are allowing him to get rid of our money, by the trillion either. As far as I know he cannot do it without their help, that is I THINK. He has been getting away with some very weird things, so he might can do this. We may as well not have a Senate, a Congress, because what we have, they seem to think they have to give in to his every demand.

      • Dwight A. Knupp

        Congratulations. Right On!!!!

    • American 1st

      Hey upaces88 -

      You might want to look in the mirror. I doubt that President Reagan, the greatest President ever, had anything to do with you losing your boat, and I'm even more doubtful he had ANYTHING to do with you losing your wife, and I'm 99.9999% sure he didn't have anything to do with you getting a whore.

      Soooooooo if you want to down with a sinking ship, vote Obama again.. The rest of us are far too intelligent to make that stupid mistake. Oh, and take The Wicked Witch Of The West Pelosi with you


      • upaces88

        Totally agree with you about Gingrich/Santorum or whoever he chooses to team up with him.

        It was an "insensitive joke.".

        • daz

          Conservative my eye! People are pathetic, you talk about throwing Obama out in 2012 yet many are supporting Gingrich who cosponsored the Fairness doctrine, supports Amnesty by his own words recently, believes in manmade global warming, supports cap and trade. Supported TARP bailout, defended Romneycare and the mandate. He is a big govt globalist who said in his own book that the constitution served us well but the time has come for it to be replaced. He supported The Violent Crime and Law Enforcement Act of 1994. That law placed additional restrictions on our 2nd Amendment Right to possess a firearm. By the polls so many idiots have jumped on board to our demise. You started out with the only conservative , Bachmann, then jumped ship to Perry, then Cain, now Gingrich, now Santorum! Bachmann who proved for the last few years who side she is on as she has worked tirelessly for conservative causes in Congress, you rejected! If you really want to know what Newt stands for read this, it is well documented. I dont like any of them but am starting to lean toward Paul. At least i know he will cut govt down to size and get rid of the Fed, though he's terrible on immigration.

          One of the main bulwarks of the Progressive Establishment is the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). For over twenty years since 1990, Newt Gingrich has been a member of the powerful Council on Foreign Relations. Since 1921 the CFR has been single mindedly dedicated to the goal of undermining our National Sovereignty in order to promote a One World Government.

        • Myrtlelinder

          Had you heard that everything that is documented, is not documented.

    • upaces88

      That was a very "insensitive joke." I Loved Reagan --wish he was still here -- just sharing an inapporpiate joke.
      Do apologize -- we are all very sensitive right now -- especially with the dirtball in the HW>

      • upaces88

        HW = WH

    • olinda moore

      I thin is time to focos in what the country need to bring jobs,we have millions people with no jobs,the Gop go s there to debate who is the best person to do the job and the go to fight to each other ,they have to stop and star acting like gops. We are hungry for sombody with passion some one to care about this country ,is going dawn hill and they are just like little kits ,Santuron is right go and debate for your country let the people know you and what you offer what we can do to take this country in the wright direction,dont waist time on how much money you make in freddy mac and fennyor stupid question,said somthing about drilling of shore,bring jobs on the industry,good stuff,and how you going to cut the deficit.srs. open you eyes the people is waiting for sombodygoo.........

      • Patriot

        olinda, have to agree with you that focus MUST be on replacing OWEbama. Looking at something, though, one must realize, it is the liberal/left-wing MEDIA who is running the show for the debates, along with Soros. They are selecting and posing the questions and the intention is to have them go at each others' jugular. The one truly good debate was when the Heritage Foundation sponsored the debate and ISSUES were debated, not personalities. The liberal media wants us all to focus on personalities, not issues because if we focus on issues, OWEbama would LOSE in a landslide because he has continued to wreck our economy, forced OWEbamacare down our throats which throws grandma, grandpa and those with preexisting conditions under the bus (not ALL preexisting conditions will be covered, and healthcare for seniors will be rationed while decisions will be made on a feasibility chart - in other words, is this person too old to have the surgery or get the medication to cure cancer) - I read the entire bill! Anyhow, he has done nothing to improve unemployment, tried to ruin Boeing and Gibson Guitar - our unemployment is atrociously high; he has increased the debt ceiling repeatedly and plans to do so immediately. He is ruining our credit by having the Fed devalue our dollar by printing more and more, as well as planning to grant amnesty illegals, sue our own states, and choose which laws he will obey and which he won't. He refused to prosecute the Black Panthers for voter intimidation. He has refused to honor his inaugural oath of office to uphold our Constitution. He ruined drilling in the Gulf with his embargo on so doing, thus all the rigs left the Gulf. Now he's approved drilling - but the rigs have gone! Useless. Moreover, he is forcing Christians to have health care while exempting moslems and some Amish, as well as granting over 1200 waivers to his union buddies. Those who say it's the Repubs fault that OWEbama has been stymied have forgotten that the Dems had been in control of both houses of Congress since January 2007, and took control of the WH, Jan. 2009. So until Nov. 2010, they had control of the government and the Dems did NOTHING except bailouts and OWEbamacare - they did nothing to get our folks to work or improve the unemployment numbers. Cash for clunkers was a farce and cost more than it benefited, other than removing OWEbama/Biden bumper stickers. So, the liberal media who completely supports the POTUS and has NEVER vetted him as they have the Repubs, doesn't want us to focus on the horrible track record of this administration.

    • Evaluator

      That's what I have now. Both the yacht and the ex were pretty much status symbols, the yacht was just a hole in the water that you throw money at, the other, well, I'll let you finish the phrase.

    • Steve M

      Google: The Real Newt Gingrich John Birch Society and watch the 33 minute video of what Newt did during his political life so far. Then tell me whether or not you want him to be your president.

      • D Rash

        Dont need to watch video. I lived through Reagan and also Newt as speaker. That success was good enough for me. So, take your video of questionable nature, and go pedle it elsewhere. Newt 2012

        • Kepler

          Me too. Steve M is probably one of those Ron Paul kiddies

        • George_S

          We call them "Paul-bots."

        • awakenow

          D Rash, Gingrich is not a conservative. He is egotistical and pompous man whose own party couldn't wait to get rid of him and that is fact. Btw, you need to read about Gingrich and his "peddling" of a book that said the Constitution is an old relic that must be replaced with something new, to better work in Gingrich's 21 Century America ... the book called "The Third Wave."

          Gingrich wrote the forward to it and pushed it as Speaker, suggesting that everyone in Congress read it.

        • Patriot

          Amen, D Rash!!!

    • ardis

      Who was responsible for the Reagan administration? That's right, Reagan was responsible. Abrams never claimed Gingrich was constantly anti-Reagan. Abrams argued that Gingrich was lodging criticisms of Reagan's decisions that were often abrasive and wrong in retrospect. Gingrich DID say in 1986 concerning the Soviet Empire that Reagan's policies were, quote--"inadequate and would ultimately fail". Gingrich also said in 2008, "The era of Reagan is over" during the period when he was promoting his Big Gov't agenda with Pelosi (Cap & Trade in 2008, the Individual Mandate at the federal level from 1993 through May, 15, 2011, Obama's education programs with Al Sharpton in 2009, he endorsed partial birth abortion GOP candidate Scozzafava over a Tea Party pro-life candidate in 2009, he was influence peddling for cash Freddie Mac's GSE business model to Capitol Hill conservatives from 1999 until Sept. 2008 as that mortgage entity tanked the U.S. economy),--ditto Gingrich endorsed Obama's Iraq cut and run in 2011, trashed the GOP's Ryan Plan "right wing social engineering, and Wall Street Occupier condemned free enterprise "A small group of rich people manipulating 1000s of people, and taking all the money."

    • Bill

      How is that ex-wife doing? Does she still have the yacht?

    • RPW

      The ignorant and misleading posts of the left never ceases to amaze me. It was clearly Carter who imposed a business killing luxury tax that harmed the pleasure craft and general aviation industry and the economy overall. Unlike Obama, Regan did not spend 4 years blaming everything on his predecessor he just did what he could to fix things. IN the wake of Obam's damage we need someone even stronger then Regan. I don't know if that person exists but aparently Newt is the best chance in the race. Remember Regan was not popular and was scary to the Republican base at this very same momment in the 1980 presidential race. Regan like most presidents grew into the job (unlike Obama).

    • Pleasepassthetea

      Well, seeing as I lived in D.C. during the Carter years AND the Reagan years, I remember first-hand what it was like during both of those administrations and I can assure you upaces, your joke has it exactly backwards. The Carter years were marked by double-digit inflation which meant EVERYTHING was more expensive. No one could afford a house because interest rates were at 20% and the lines at the gas stations were so long that once I waited FOUR hours to fill up my car but when I finally got to the front of the line I wasn't allowed to fill up the tank. The gas was rationed. And that was if you could actually FIND a gas station that had gas. That's right upaces. It was a HORRIBLE time. When Reagan came into office, the economy started to boom and continued for the eight years he was in office, in spite of the fact that he had to deal with a Democrat-controlled Congress. The power of his vision, charisma and rhetoric forced the Democrat-controlled Congress to do things that they didn't really want to do. Those years were wonderful. People were proud of their country, proud to be Americans and were respected world-wide. Carter had the brilliant idea that the Shah of Iran should be deposed so that Iran could choose its own form of government. Guess what happened upaces? Just like the so-called Arab Spring in Egypt, radical muslims seized power and now we have a bellicose, dangerous, radicalized Iran which is threatening to wipe Israel off of the map. After the Shah was deposed, the new government seized several American hostages who languished in Iranian prisons for the entirety of the Carter administration. Carter made many futile attempts to release the hostages. As soon as Reagan came into office, the Iranian government agreed to release the hostages. They were afraid of Reagan. They knew that he meant business and that he would do whatever he had to do to get those hostages home. So I don't know who made up that joke, but they were VERY uninformed.

      • VoiceOfReason

        Not just several hostages, the Iranian rabble seized the American Embassy, the Charge de Affairs, all State Department people left in the country, along with a couple of unlucky USAF personnel who should have departed two days before but the Charge de Affairs would not let them leave because he didn't want the Iranians to think "that the US was abandoning them."

      • Jonathan Gartner

        If you remember a gentleman called Col. Charles Beckwith he went in to Iran for a possible rescue. Carter gave orders to remove the sand shields from the helos causing them to fail in the desert . Then forced the Col to take all the blame. Carter was just as evil as Obama people just do not remember

    • Pleasepassthetea

      A few more things to add about the Reagan era. Oil supply eased up as soon as Reagan came into office, gas prices went down and guess what? No more gas lines at the gas station. No more rationing of gas. Inflation plummeted (a good thing) and credit was suddenly affordable (I can't remember exactly but someone here probably will. It went from 20% or higher to, like 4%). People could now buy a house, businesses started up, the economy boomed, and everyone benefitted. Reagan was the greatest President of the 20th century and one of the all-time greats. He was monolithic, like Churchill or George Washington.

    • Thomas M

      You a fugging joke idiot.


      Mormonism IS A "CULT".


      • George_S

        In my opinion, Mormonism is a bit of a "California" religion (Fruits, nuts, and flakes), but if you put aside theology, the Mormons are very good people. You could very easily say that Christianity is a cult too if you wished, but I don't think that would be very profitable since it is under Christianity that the world has been civilized. It is with a loss of the Christian faith that the world is once again becoming uncivil. The point is that spewing hatred toward a group with which you disagree is not good. Tend your own garden and let others tend theirs. Unless someone intends to sacrifice virgins in the Rose Garden should they become President, their faith is not my concern.

    • steve tanton

      ...ahh, but you folks who said this got it "backasswards". If you moved from the yacht and the wife to a rowboat and a whore, it is your own undoing. History shows that things got way better under Reagan, but it did take time. And those complaining about the tax increases under Reagan must understand that he negotiated $3 in spending cuts for every $1 in tax increases (with Tip O'Neil), but got exactly the opposite. This prompted Michael Reagan's recent comment, "My dad is still waiting for those spending cuts." Tax increases come from Congress, not the Executive. Same with cuts. Working together is always difficult when the other side is Democrats. Reagan re-learned this one the hard way. So, Mr. or Ms. "upaces88 - you are either a liberal who is obfuscating and misleading (lying) or you can't manage your own affairs... For a joke to be funny, there must be some truth to it. Now this would be real funny if it were told of the Carter or Obummer Presidency!

    • Clay

      There was a running joke on the right too because of the liberal media at the time. It went like this: If this is a terrible economy, give me more of it.

    • DSherman

      Sounds more like the running joke of someone who's lowered his own standards.

    • KKK

      Than we the people, tell the establishment Republicans to go THE HELL. You don't tell us who to vote for.

      • Patriot

        Right you are, KKK. But they did it with Christine McDonald in MD and Joe in AK - am not saying they were the best of candidates (although Christine was right when she said to the talking head, show me where it is in the Constitution - separation of Church and State (the WORDING isn't there) and he and the media laughed at her, but she was right, but the elite, inside-the-beltway folks didn't like them. That's why the Senators only gave both candidates the MINIMUM amount allowed by their regulations and would NOT speak up for them. That is also why the Senators warned the two candidates that they (the Senators) had pointy elbows! Is that a threat? Both Krauthammer and Rove came out immediately when Christine had beaten the liberal Repub and said that she's not electable. Why do you think they're allowing the redistricting of FL with the possible elimination of Allen West's seat? Same reason - they can't control him. They want the status quo to stay which is why they are coming out dirty against Newt and for Romney. I sure hope the folks in FL wake up and realize the elitists want Romney because he will let it be the SOP as it has been.

    • KKK

      If you are a TRUE BORN AGAIN Christian. Do not vote for Mitt Romney. He is NOT a Christian. He is a Mormon. Mormons are not Christian. Mormonism is a "CULT".


      Ask any Mormon, WHO IS JESUS? IS JESUS GOD or a good man? They will either lie or tell the truth, or lie.

    • infidel4life

      Same could be said about Obummer

      • upaces88

        Got that right!

    • Salleeann

      UPACES---you probably are a whore

    • Tony

      And with this bozo in the white house, we have NOTHING --but national debt !!
      Newt knows the way.

  • upaces88

    Poor Mr. Carter. He was a very sweet man BUT a very inept President.

    • Rog

      He was and IS a loser!

      • Soljerblue

        Second only to Obama in his inability to deal with reality

    • Pastor Buddy

      Biggest political mistake I made was voting for Carter. I assumed a Baptist Sunday School Teacher would be against abortion. I lament voting for him everyday!

    • poacher

      try telling my venezuelan girlfriend or the many friends and acquaintences i have made through her that. they believe carter, and the un handed chavez the reigns of power. the opposition is fleeing the country. it is so much worse there than we are led to believe.
      lately it seems the political targets are anyone who engaged in international business successfully and may have been able to secure some wealth outside the country. by target i mean assassination by government hit squads that are disguised as common murders.
      the tales i am hearing of escape are pretty scary.

    • mamasaid

      Carter a sweet man? Are you nuts? He is just a step away from socialism, and a dyed in the wool Jew hater. A bunch of his staff quit because of his attitude toward Israel. He is good for Habitat for Humanity and that's it. If he would stick to that he would be easier to tolerate. I lived through his presidency and it was ugly. Urkel is worse.

    • Thomas M

      The only thing sweet about james earl carter will be his obituary.

      • Ben

        Well, if someone were to douse him with gasoline and set him on fire....I guess that would be wrong.

        But I would bring the marshmellows, and they would be sweet.

    • Sandi Trusso

      I used to think that Mr. Carter was anot too bright, but nice man. I have since discovered that he is a not too bright, but very dangerous man.

    • VoiceOfReason

      Actually, Carter was a nasty, bitter little man who continually criticized subsequent presidents--a serious breach of protocol.

    • liberalslie

      SWEET MAN, REALLY? He is a RAVING ANTI SEMITE, pro Muslim, pro COMMUNISM & full of hate. Have you EVER LISTENED to him? WOW!!

    • Billee

      Poor Mr. Obama. He was a very disturbed man BUT a very crafty IMPOSTER.

      • Scott

        "IMPOSTER"? Billiee, that is the perfect description!!

    • Chief 4

      He was a very inept pres but this obummer........carter should send him a thank you card to thank him for at least move him up to second from last!!!! If people were scared of carter......they should be petrified of obummer!!

    • toto

      He is NOT a sweet man. Vindictive, feckless, traitorous, come more to mind.

    • bill codner

      nothing sweet about that liberal beast. He was out for Carter and nobody else. Check out his governorship in GA and you will find that he was no leader and distrustful of everybody in his cabinet. He also used blacks worse than anyone I have ever seen, appealing to the ignorant, the entitled, and continuing to destroy black families with the use of government funded programs. He's a white Jesse Jackson.

    • Scott Blanshan

      President Carter was a fake. When the cameras were on him and he was either going or returning from a trip, he would carry his own bags showing the press that he was a man of the people. The problem was was that those bags were empty. When the press wasn't around taking pictures, he'd let the Secret Service guys carry his real bags.

    • Mike

      Carter inept? He took inept to a new level. We endured 4 years of ineptness and then promptly voted him out of office. We had 4 years of economic malaise, double digit interest rates, energy crisis, high taxes, business in the doldrums and our military was demoralized and ill equipped. It took Ronny a while to pull the country out of it, but he did it and America grew and got a lot stronger in every way.

  • everett

    If American and Republican voters want to lose this election to the Obamacommies 2012, keep focusing on President Reagan. As admirable as President Reagan was, he is history and we cannot win an election by focing on the past. Many American voters ages 18-42 are not even aware of who Ronald Reagan was and if we want to win an election 2012, the GOP, the candidates [ultimately nominee], the Tea Party, the conservatives, and the talking heads on radio and TV who nobody should listen to anyway, all should be crafting plans, policy and rhetoric to reach voters age 18-80. This dwelling on the past is a pathetic attempt to identify with a great president...forget about it and identify with our current issues and speak to our time.

    • just sayin

      Those same issues are issues of our time. Do you post this same line everywhere?

    • David USAF

      We need to look at history. We should always look at history and learn from it. The only reason the younger voters don't know about Reagan is because the liberal schools won't teach about Reagan. The reason they don't know about Hitler is because the liberals don't want it taught. If the schools taught the truth about Reagan, Hitler, Stalin, socialism, and the Contitution, we wouldn't have the president we have today. If people would remember history and learn about history, they would know that socialism doesn't and has never worked.

      Learn our history. Remember our history. Teach our history.

    • Jonathan Gartner

      You are absolutely wrong. We must go back to the ideals that Ronald Reagan held high not only those of Conservativeism but those of moral and ethics that go with it. As far as I am concerned you need to go back to the Huffington Post and their ilk. If we neglect the past as you wish we can not draw on what our future should have in it.

    • JoJo

      I have to agree with you. As much as I liked Reagan, I really get sick of the GOP bringing up his name every five seconds. If people want to drudge up a great, overlooked president of the past, try Calvin Coolidge. I'm sure NO ONE know who he is...LOL

      • Jonathan Gartner

        Guess again and take a look at his Presidency actually a great one think before you speak

    • willie

      Very well put

    • Aidaruma

      Doggone fat thumb! Meant to hit Thumbs UP!! Should have enlarged it on the iPad!! Anyway, could not agree more! We cannot "drive down this freeway looking in the rearview mirror", it's a trap. It makes us have the wrong discussion. This is like everyone trying to be the "next Bruce Lee" after his death. Never saw so many would-be's, look-alikes, spell-alikes, etc. The ones who succeeded (as in all things) are the ones who make their own way, not becoming cheap copies of ones before.

    • Wordwitness

      Perhaps, Everett...however, those who do not know history are doomed to repeat it.. We do have a history, you know. I completely agree that backbiting and schoolyard bickering will hurt any candidate who engages in it. But we can not and should not pretend that anything before the decade of the 80's is irrelevant. That is also naive and largely what has gotten us into the mess we are in. We do not know our history, and a history some would like to ascribe to us seems to be told without the facts included. I agree with you in this. We should all be demanding of these candidates...WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO TO LEAD US TO FIX OUR PROBLEMS? WHAT SOLUTIONS ARE YOU BRINGING TO THE TABLE? WHAT ARE YOU PREPARED TO DO TO STRENGTHEN AND NOT COMPROMISE AMERICA? In my opinion, I believe these are the questions everyone should be asking....and they should be asked of our current President, who in my opinion, scores a big fat 0 on his performance as an American leader. Once again, without vetting, you get what you deserve if you do not know the patterns of a person, their history, and their positions.

      • Shigyrl

        You are the first person to voice the same questions I wanted Obama to be asked in 2008. So I could hear something other then his ego stroking feel good mantra of hope and change. The people that let him slide foe not demanding an answer. Have some serious nerve talking about any republican candidate. When.the sitting president has not given a legitimate response.

    • Eileen Pressler

      "Those who refue to learn from the past are doomed to repeat the mistakes. Reaganwas one great president. Those who think othersie should live in Russia. Identifiying w/ our curent issues without understanding the past knowing what was good are fools. Mitt is a....snake and so close to Obasma in behavior tha itis sickening... Please Florida do no vote for Rom

    • Clem

      Right On !!!

    • ffran5308

      GOOD ANSWER!!!

    • robert

      Funny but I dont seem to remember all that much that was great about Reagan,,,I do however remember the IRAN/CONTRA scandal where a bunch of crooks ran various schemes out of the basement of the White House to rip off Conservative contributors for scads of cash that basically disappearred and that ten milllion from the Sultan of Brunai that they tried to hide in a Swiss bank account... And Robert McFarlane flying into Iran with a load of TOW missiles as a bribe???? These things alone disqualify Reagan as a Great president. He was very out-of-touch with what members of his administration were doing.....dangerously so. Authorizing Tow missiles to Iran was his biggest blunder. You are right Ev,,,it is time to move on from thirty year old history.

      • SCSOCAL

        You must be a lefty! Can't remember the good but have cataloged what you didn't like! It figures!

    • Gobbler

      EVERETT. You are misguided! even ignorant. I am 40 yrs of age and even I know who Ronald Reagan is and what he stands for! You must be from another planet!

    • Pleasepassthetea

      The tea party movement is the 21st century manifestation of everything Ronald Reagan believed. They are one and the same.


      Mitt Romney IS NOT A CHRISTIAN. Is one thing for him running for President and is another thing for him to say that he is a Christian.



    • Bob H

      Thursday night I watch as this liberal net work called CNN take and attack Newt Gingrich, with Wolf calling the shots he made sure the four men on stage were fighting with each other, Lady's and Gent's we should not let this happen for we are playing into the Democrats hand, I like a lot of people said what the hell is this, we turn to watch a debate and to tell the truth I never even watch CNN until they had these debates, this Socialist run network had this set up to make the front runner Newt look ugly, and was force to go on the attack on Romney. Are country is in trouble we have a man in the oval office who is a Marxist who want's to run are nation into the ground. So what are we talking about stuff that happen long time ago, not about Obama. First thing that should have come out of Wolf's script how would you fix are high unenployment this out of control dept and would you have voted for the keystone pipe line. I ask why Republican Party why let this CNN trap you into coming on their network anyway?

    • Richard Peaslee

      Mr.Everett-its ok to mention President Reagan in a short form he was a great President. There is no way we should even think about voting for other then a Republican , because obama must go or we lose all our rights, the idiot doesn't honor our constitution or our flag or us. We must take a good look at the establishment / leaders on each side, the ones that have been in Government forever are the ones to let go.They are the ones holding everything back, the love of money and power corrupts people,they listen to the to the lobbyist instead of us the American people. The comment that polosi made last week about Newt upset me... ' Newt will never be President,i know something" that remark coming from her a communist is what will make us vote for Newt.

    • Fedup in CT

      Everett is absolutely right! It just occurred to me a few hours ago that if BO reaches out to all those young college students who couldn't vote during the last presidential election, they could make up for all the past voters who aren't as inspired as they were last time. They could make the difference. Therefore, we do need to speak about things that don't make our candidates look like dinosaurs. I think the best thing the GOP can do is it keep running commercials that show BO campaigning in 2008 and then how he wasn't "transparent", but divisive and playing politics- giving jobs, taxpayer $, fighting for the Olympics when one of his closest advisors is the slumlord in Chicago where the Olympic Village would have gone, etc., etc. How about all the vacations and golf instead of producing jobs!! Most people aren't watching debates but they will have to watch some commercials. I think the right commercials can make a big difference.

    • infidel4life

      As much as I hate to admit it, you're right. This election is all but for the repubs to give away.

      It's the reason I believe we need a viable 3rd party, one that represents the people and not the special interest groups behind both the (D) and the (R)

    • Paul427

      Excellet points my friend!!! We have to fight the battle and stop the reminiscing!!!

    • Scott

      I think actually if the American and Republican voters, especially the candiadtes want another 4 years of O'Bama, keep fighting among one another about the other's character. If not, please get on point and discuss the failings of O'Bama and how they're going to correct those errors. I'm getting real tired of the mud slinging!

    • Betsy

      What about those over 80, say 96?

  • Myrtlelinder

    Who are these Republicans? Are they Rinos or real Republican Conservatives? I need to know that before I pay any attention to the dirt against Newt. There one thing about an election that is educational, it tells us who the real muddy, mud slingers are!! I hate unnecessary information which I term misinformation, because that is generally what it is, lies.

    • Dave

      Nancy Reagan stood up for Newt - I know Ms. Reagan - had lunch with her twice when she was the First lady of Calif. - she was loyal to her husband and wouldn't stick up for anyone who wasn't!

      • Jonathan Gartner

        I knew that Micheal had but not Nancy thank you very much for that information. And of course you are right I meet her twice while they were in the White House and a nicer lady with a back bone of titanium you will never meet unless its Thatcher of course

    • Frank

      How nice, I had an answer, and the admin deleted it before it could be posted. thank you for throwing out my freedom of speech administrator

      • Myrtlelinder

        Don't worry, Frank,happens to me regularly!!!!!

    • M. Coleman

      Look at the endorsements. Who has endorsed Romney? Bob Dole, George Bush the 1st, and Christie the gov. of New Jersey. These I consider moderate to liberal Republican.

      • brassia

        I consider them losers(like Dole and G. Bush the first0 and Christie the RINO Governor....

      • Robert

        M. Coleman, you have hit a home run there. The people trying to destroy Newt are RINOs who are losers. When Romney runs an NBC TV ad in Florida that was wrong when it aired in the late 90s and Romney knows this, but still runs it, then how can anyone have any respect for Romney and the RINOs backing him? The ad never corrects the fact that Newt was cleared of all ethics charges, but the ethics committee still charged him $300,000 to offset their expenses of trying to destroy him. That is why I could never vote for Romney. He is not creditable and is nothing but a liberal at everything. Just look at Romeny's explanation of RomneyCare. It is the same as ObamaCare but Mitt is disingenuous and refuses to admit ObamaCare is fashioned after RomneyCare. Also, we must not let the Democrats and the main stream media pick our candidate as they did in 2008. They want Romney because, regardless of what they and the media are saying he is the easier candidate to beat this year. Further, take a look at the people backing Romney, such as: Bob Dole, Mel Martinez, Charlie Crist, John McCain, Charles Kraftmeyer, Bill O'Rielly, Chris Christie, George H.S. Bush, Karl Rove, and more more Republicans In Name Only (RINO); they want big government to continue.

        Read more: This is Why Some Republicans are Stupid

        • Robert

          I do not know how this "Read More: item got attached to my comments. Must be a Democrat or Romney conspiracy. It is totally not my thoughts.Sorry.

    • ffran5308

      You just made an astute observation about quips put out there by friends and foes alike! All they manage to do is sully the waters and dilute the real issues...I will tell you that some of the so called established republicans have long memories dating back to the 90's and they can not forgive Gingrich working with Clinton in Congress to get some issues passed. Hence, they see him as a traitor .. But as I see the party now, they are so inept along with their cohorts they are not willing to compromise on anything. Hence, GRIDLOCK with a 5% approval rating .They are so interested in what is important to the party they have lost sight as to what is right for the country! I can't believe John McCann and Dole coming out for Rommey when we know there is a history on both men toward Newt! Just remember, each and everyone of these people have an ax to grind . I no longer look to the Republican Party as my party of choice and have become an independent ! If you want to separate the wheat from the chaff go up on line and look at the Congressional Record on Newt! Please don't take the word of sunshine patriots or friends who put their own spin on what was said or conventiently have faulty memories!

      • brassia

        You are wrong about compromising. First of all it is republicans that always HAVE to compromise and expected to do so otherwise they will be eaten alive by media and democrats spewing lies and hatred, now the establishments is doing it to one of their own. Second- the teary eye Boehner gave Obama the right to increase the debt ceiling anytime he wants....
        Name one republican speaker of the house after Gingrich worthy of respect-none!

        • Robert

          brassia, I like your style. I am against Republicans compromising with Democrats on anything. We should take the stance, that if Democrats are for it, then we need to oppose it. Nothing Democrats want is good for the country because they are only interested in power (which means them getting re-elected). They will go to any length to get it or keep it. Why does Obama continually say the Congress (meaning the House) is the problem when we all know it is the Senate that obstructs anything the House passes? We must vote Republicans back in control of the House and Senate this November in order to stop Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi from regaining their power which is really corrupt. Further, OMG (Obama must go) should be our rallying cry.

      • Chief 4

        Everyone keeps saying that the House is the problem and the obstructionist........but a blind man can see that it is the unicorn boy (reid)/leader of the senate. I'm a die hard Republican but I do think there is times we have to compromise for the good of the country. However, I think the republicans are the ones who always are expected to give in. The big difference I see with it all is, the moment the dems and obummer don't get there way, they go crying to the left swinging media and the blame game begins!! We should all think forward to November and get this country back on track.....with Newt at the head of it all!!!!

    • Crabman 360

      On the money brother! The "old boy network" is no different from the liberal democrats.

    • budman

      Myrtlelinder: When the facts are checked against what is put out, you will find almost all allegations have been rejected as untruthful and this is what bothers me about the establishment and their desire to not have a Conservative as the nominee.
      Their fear, in my thinking, is a Conservative cannot win. I think they are wrong in the case of Gingrich because he is wise enough to keep the issues centrist and necessary to win over the Independent vote. Most Presidents have had to move to the center to get anything done in Congress and Gingrich has been there, done that and knows how to negotiate but is also why the establishment doesn't like him. There are many Independents in the Tea Party who already back Gingrich.
      I like Governor Romney but I have to say that what he is doing and then denying he had anything to do with the mud slinging has given me pause about him. The author of this article has said what may happen and that it will come back and bite him since the allegations about Gingrich have been proven false or very misleading in scope.
      I also think the Democrats are throwing out the impression they would rather see Gingrich win than Romney because the polls show Romney in the lead. They know that Obama would be clobbered in a debate with Gingrich as he has far more experience on the issues than Romney.

      • Myrtlelinder

        Thanks, Budman. I find what you say is true and I take, with a grain of salt, anything I hear from the liberals, who do not bother with the truth, it seems they are allergic to it. They will say anything to get the results they want.

        • Chief 4

          Look at pelosi.....twice she has said she has something on Newt and twice her office is back peddling!! It really shows her true character!! I do believe there is a village somewhere missing their village in California and one in Nevada!!!!

        • Myrtlelinder

          They are scared of Newt and rightly so. He is the man,or so they think, most likely to put their king out of business.

        • Robert

          Myrtlelinder, your last sentence reminds me of what I learned from my study of polling in college many moons ago. Perhaps that is why Democrats like polling so much; it is easy to manipulate. Remember Bill Clinton never made a decision unless he had a poll result first.

        • Patriot

          Robert, what you posted reminded me of what a college professor said in statistical psychology: statistics can be twisted to prove ANYTHING! If you have three dentists and ask them if they like toothpaste A or B - two will probably vote for one of them. So you say, two-thirds of dentists surveyed preferred A. Spin is the name of the game.

      • brassia

        The democrats pretend that Gingrich is beatable, they are playing the political maneuvering...
        Romney is in it for himself only- multimillionaire- all he wants now is power Just like Bloomberg in NYC ..
        He is being overcautious with one eye on the media and another on independent, he even adapted the OWS phrase -we are 99%...if anything would raise a red flag-it is his support of the movement that started by Soros and current addition to the admission by Norm Coleman that Romney will NOT REPEAL Obamacare....

        • Robert

          brassia, I love you. You think just like I do. You must be a true conservative; not a RINO like Romney. It is too bad that Norm Coleman was done in by ACORN in Minnesota in 2008. I still would like to know where the votes came from that was mysteriously found in the trunk of that auto days after the election and further, why were they allowed to be counted? With so many factions against Republicans, it is amazing that any ever get elected. Voter fraud seems to be the Democrat guiding rule of conduct. Oh yea, since George Soros would be happy with Romney or Obama as President, then that should be enough to vote against both and put our eggs in the basket for Newt.

        • Patriot

          Right you are, Robert and brassia, and all ACORN has done is to rechristen itself, and is STILL receiving government funding. It is also in OWEbamacare as a visiting agency to assure seniors have an end-of-life plan. Oh yes. I've read the entire horrible law. It MUST be repealed. Am sure that come Nov., if nothing serious happens between now and then and Martial law isn't enacted, we'll see lots of Black Panthers at voting polls.

    • Chief 4

      What gets me is Newt started the run for president without slinging mud.......but the machine started on him first and then he fired back. Then everyone in the world (at least it seemed like it) started saying how bad Newt was slinging mud at the others....mostly Romney. I think they all should step aside and let the candidates be so the American people can select the one person they really believe in. We can't let the press or the republican group make the selection for us!!!!

      • Myrtlelinder

        Right, instead of telling what they believe, can do and will do for the country, they begin to tear every body else apart. Instead of running on their own merits run on the others demerits and on lies.

      • Robert

        Chief 4, yes we need election reform. Perhaps it should begin with only 3 months of advertising on any media and then everyone goes to the polls and votes for their choice. This 4 years of electioneering is getting old.

        • Patriot

          We also need to to stop the PACS. The SCOTUS made an error in their ruling which allows a group to post ads as if they were people which means as if they are supporters of someone, when in actuality they are out to destroy that candidate.

          As to Newt - I went to see him at his rally in Sarasota. He was great! We were in a hangar and were packed almost like sardines. Folks were spilling over to the parking lot. The media reported that half the hangar was filled; there were about a 1000 - BALONEY! There were thousands!! Traffic was stopped on Tamiami Trail (41) for at least half an hour to 45 minutes just to empty the parking lots and I75 was jammed, as well.

          The media wants us to believe Romney is ahead and that women are leaving Newt because of what his former wife Marianne said. The polls are doing the same. I for one, went against what the polls said, and voted for my choice! I'd love to see Newt wipe the floor with OWEbama in a debate!

    • rebecca brigandi

      Of course they are Rinos. Romney is one of them and his campaign is behind all of the lies and dirt being flung against Newt. Newt was endorsed by Ronald Reagan's son, Tod Palin, Rudy Giulliani, Fred Thompson, Allen West, Herman Cain, the assn. of Miami Hispanic politician, Marco Rubio, and other strong conservatives. Nancy Reagan, in a speech in 1995, handed the "conservative" torch from Ronald Reagan to Newt. If you listen to Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Bill Cunningham, or Mark Levin, you will hear them relentlessly try to defend Newt's record against all of the false attacks., day in and day out. Mark Levin worked closely with Pres. Reagan and he said Newt was as conservative as you get. Does that answer your question?

      • Myrtlelinder

        Indeed!!! Thanks!

  • Robert, TX

    All roads lead to the same outcome: 1) Obama re-election means bigger government, more spending, more debt and less liberty.
    2) Romney election means bigger government, more spending, more debt and less liberty. 3) Newt election means he'll claim to cancel one or two programs, while ramping up other programs which means bigger government, more spending, more debt and less liberty. The only positive outcome comes from after we FIRE CONGRESS and slash spending regardless of which hand-picked, Goldman Sachs straight-jacket wearing liberal wins the Presidency.

    • mesaman

      Robert, you've been inhaling the conservative horse poop too long, you don't have a solution, just a major gripe; makes you sound more like a democrap than a conservative. What we want is someone who can remove Oh-bama from his office and return him to the Chicago ghettos, where he belongs. Focus on getting a Republican elected, not on your Tea Party bumpkins.

      • Robert, TX

        FIRING CONGRESS is a solution. Simply putting a white guy in office to hand people their government checks is NOT a solution (though it would make most of the double-dippers happy).

      • http://va JBinGB

        Liberal Troll DummycRATs are all alike,look in the mirror

    • sara

      Sounds like we need Paul. Smaller government. Sound Money. Strong Borders. Freedom-Liberty. Balanced Budget.

      • Celticwaryor

        And Iran with a nuke or two. First Iran will try and take out Israel, then go after Iraq and Saudi Arabia...all the while Ron Paul would be saying, "They had a right to their nuclear program."
        Paul 2012? I think not! I like a lot of RP's ideas, but his foriegn policy is a joke.

        • Flame

          Then get him to pair up with Allen West as VP. West understands the whole war issue.

          Also, his presence on the ticket neutralizes the race card that Obummer is certain to play at some point.

    • patriot

      Agreed! Congress has always been the intended mechanism to keep the executive branch in check. If the President is the "CEO" of America, then the congress is the board of directors. The board of directors is appointed by you!

    • M. Coleman

      Not all of them are bad. The new conservatives that were elected, and a few of the ones that were already there are fighting to do the right thing. But when you have a Democrat controlled Senate, and of course Obama, they are fighting a loosing battle. There has not been a budget passed on time, since Obama was elected, and he had complete support the first two years, with the Dems in control of Congress. You cannot blame everyone, when you have those in Congress, and Obama, who want to expand government, spend money we do not have, and want to raise taxes. Get rid of the liberals. All have to do is look at the voting records, and see who is guilty. True conservatives, as a rule want to cut spending, keep taxes lower, and reduce the size of government. Liberals want to expand government, raise taxes, and spend money that we do not have. And sometimes, just because they have a R beside their name does not mean they are conservative. That is why you look at their voting record in Congress.

      • brassia

        There is very few conservatives ...I blame the establishment for the problems in our country even more than ...democrats..
        2.3 trillion dollars arrive into government coffers and look at our roads, aging bridges and airports compare to China, Japan, is embarrassing ....hard to imagine how much money is being stolen...

    • Katie

      So true! The only true conservative for president is Ron Paul, and we need a Congress that is serious about cutting spending.



      Mitt Romney IS A LIER. He want's to be the president so very bad, no matter what it takes. He is also NOT a conservative.

      • Gabriel

        Ha, they are both liars and wolves in sheeps clothing. Either would be a detriment to this nation. Even weak kneed Santorum is better than they are.We either elect Ron Paul, or this nation will finally go over the cliff like Greece, and there won't be anyone who could bail us out then. With Paul, we would survive and thrive, but the neo-cons just can't stand the thought of us giving up our glorius empire.

    • Gabriel

      The only one who will reduce government fraud, waist and size is Ron Paul. There are too many on these boards who are quick to say negative things about Paul, yet they are too lazy to go and see what he has to say. He isn't an isolationist. He believes in open dollar for dollar trade, he backs a strong military DEFENCE. He would aid any ally who would ask for it, as long as congress approves, which they most likely will. He will protect our southern borders, create a stronger well defined military, not one that's spread so thin, that foreign troops could easily land in our own nation. He would shrink the government, cut total spending to match our income, slowly eliminate the debt and best of all, return liberty and power to the people.
      Vote for the Constitution, vote Ron Paul 2012 !!!

  • vigilannie

    The truth is - NEWT is NO conservative! Neither is Romney! THEY ARE BOTH OUT OF THE SAME MOLD....RINO's....the most conservative of the bunch is Ron Paul (and this is from a dedicated republican voter for over 30 years!)

    • tirmite

      You're confusing Conservatism with Extreme LIberslism. Paul borders on being a nut or a far Right extremist. Check out the writings of his close friend and collaborator Lew Rockwell. Now square that with Conservative ideas. Paul followers are mostly rabid cult members who resemble anarchists more than Republicans.

      • inalienablewrights

        tirmite you and most Republicans would not know a conservative if it bit you on your posterior..... God is Ron Paul extreme. So extreme he follows the Constitution. OMG!

        • Robert

          inalienablewrights, did you mean OMG to mean "Oh My God", or "Obama Must Go?" I prefer the latter.

        • Jonathan Gartner

          He follows a "Constitution" with no morals or ethics that were also given us. He is very dishonest both with himself and others very amoral look it up

    • just sayin

      If Ron Paul is honest, then he is incompetent as a manager in my opinion. Here is the fact. Please don’t blather on about NWO, Neo Cons and the like. Just make your determination which one he is and then temper your future comments using common sense rather than Mantra! His views that were written about in HIS newsletters for years with HIS name on them are scary. He claims that he did not know what they were writing for years. To me, that sounds like irresponsible management AT MINIMUM. How can someone who cannot even supervise his OWN newsletters manage international affairs and the US government. So IF he is honest, he is irresponsible and incompetent AT THE LEAST. My belief is that he DID know what was in his newsletters for YEARS and did supervise what went in there. THAT would make him patently dishonest by claiming that he did not know. What would the average person think if they were not a PaulBot or a cult member? My guess would be the latter but the former is possible. Which do you believe, since you claim he is the ONLY honest one? Is he irresponsible and incompetent or dishonest?

      • JoJo

        Why should people that favor Ron Paul have to "temper their comments"...because YOU say so? Holy crap, I thought that we were all trying to regain the rights that we have lost. Your comments to stifle someone's opinion is EXACTLY what the liberal lemmings do.

        • Jonathan Gartner

          Talking about lemmings I see you and your libertarians following the Pied Piper Paul right over the cliff

      • Flame

        Considering how the Obum camp has gone out of its way to destroy each candidate in turn---just as he did in his first campaign for Illinois legislature and later dragged out Jeri Ryan to destroy her husband's campaign when Obum was running for US Senate, then all that has been dredged up about Herman Cain and last week, Marianne Gingrich---I tend to to believe Ron Paul's assertions that he did not know what was published under his name. I've been getting Dr. Paul's Texas Straight Talk for years and never found anything remotely racist. Destroying opposition is what Obum does---and he doesn't care how he does it. I've met Ron Paul, and I do not get the kind of negative vibes that many of these comments put out. I trust Dr. Paul; I trust Obum about as far as I can toss the Washington Monument.

      • Gabriel

        Ron Paul made one mistake 20 years ago. Is that all you have??? Look at the other candidates records, for crying out loud. Paul is a saint compared to them, especially Newt. If Newt, or Mitt get the Republican nomination, i'll write Paul in. Santorum, I might be willing to give a chance against Obama. People have it wrong, it's not about getting Obama out at all costs. Newt and Mitt are more of the same, period. This election is about saving this country from collapse, and only Paul seems to have an idea on how to do it, and he's dead on right. Wake up people, your country is truly at stake here.

        • Jonathan Gartner

          One mistake you obvious are either not listening or do not know how to count. 23+ years and one bill passed and that only to sell a building .this out of over 600 bills the man is a waste case period

    • Robert, TX

      Me too, vigilannie. Though, technically, I only voted repub for 28 years. Their complete lack of results, along with their ineptitude, not to mention that our government exploded during that 28 year period - while they sang their "making government smaller" song during every election cycle. I am proud to say that I told everyone (before the election) that little johnny and mealy-mouth mitch would not do squat after the 2010 "landslide victory" that Rush and Fox proclaimed. Some victory. They have done NOTHING to stop Obama or the elitists that prop Obama up. We scrutinize 23 year old NFL quarterbacks more thoroughly than the republican politicians, who have no completions, no yards, and no wins - just fumbles, interceptions, sacks and lies.

      • AlleyOops75

        Not quite fair...The senate is controlled by the dems as is the executive branch...Harry Reid hasn't allowed a single GOP house sponsored bill come to a vote...The GOP establishment is about to give us four more years of Obama...the same GOP establishment that gave John McPain, er, ah McCain the nomination in 2008...The democrats will rip Willard Romney and his Swiss & Cayman Island bank accounts to shred in the upcoming election.

        • Flame

          All I needed to know is that McPain (hey, I like that) had endorsed Romney to know who NOT to vote for.

    • Abigail Adams

      That kind of talk hands the election to Obama.

    • sherlock

      Rick Santorum is the best bet. Ron Paul sounds too much like an old Democrat and crazy along with it. But, then, I repeat myself.

      • Robo7777

        I agree with you, Sherlock. I listened to Santorum in Punta Gorda, Fl this week. His views are right on. Why do Newt and Mit get all the time during the debates, which are not really a debate. We need to stop the mud slinging and talk straight about the issues.

        • Sam Fox

          Here is only one clip of Santorum. I have LOTS more!

          Rick said:

          “One of the criticisms I make is to what I refer to as more of a Libertarianish right.

          They have this idea that people should be left alone, be able to do whatever they want to do, government should keep our taxes down and keep our regulations low, that we shouldn’t get involved in the bedroom, we shouldn’t get involved in cultural issues. {ARE YOU KIDDING ME???}

          That is not how traditional conservatives view the world. There is no such society that I’m aware of, where we’ve had radical individualism and that it succeeds as a culture.”

          Hear Rick's own words from the video in the above link. This idiotic comment alone should get Santorum bounced. Rick is diametrically opposed to Ron Paul's return to the Constitution freedom & liberty message.


        • Jonathan Gartner

          And of course he is also for drugs and a open border among other thing that you have neglected to mention Paul bot

        • Flame

          Santorum's voting record in the Senate is hardly conservative. He's just another RINO.

        • Ray

          You gotta be a democrat trying hide behind your rhetorical camoflauge.

    • Jonathan Gartner

      Paul had denied being either a Republican or a Conservative. He is a Libertarian which in many issues is to the left of Obama for example drugs and foreign policy.

    • Wordwitness

      Call RP a nut job, but he is not. He is the most consistent candidate on the horizon. I happen to agree with him on most everything. IE: We are no friend to Israel if we give her the equivalent of one dollar and give her enemies the equivalent of 4? And then demand of her to follow our criteria of behavior and response. How about we get our nose out of her business...and the rest of the world as well? If we are her friend, and she needs defending, then we should defend her. We should not boss her around. She's a big girl and capable of making her own sovereign decisions. Who, after all, do we think we are? The bribery police of the world? We should mind our own business, and look after our own sovereignty and the welfare of our citizens. It should only be our business if Israel wants to make it our business.

      • WordWitness

        The egocentricity of America is staggering. Looking after our people and securing our borders does not make us strengthens us.

        • WordWitness

          Please at least go look at the Ron Paul positions if you are about America. Think about it with a critical thinking process. We delude ourselves to thinking we need to meddle in the world while our own house burns to the ground. We need huge changes or we will have no house.

        • Ray

          Ron Pauls positions with the exception of his attitude toward the Fed Reserve and the tax code, are no different than Obama.

    • M. Coleman

      I have no problem with Ron Paul on his economic policies. But his foreign policies scare the hell out of me. There are too many people in the world that hate America, and everything she stands for. You cannot just stick your head in the sand, and think if you leave everybody alone, you will be left alone. I do not like wars either. But sometimes you have to go kill the bad guys. But as long as we have to buy oil from these crazy people, we will have to do what is necessary. Not that I agree with everything we have done in the middle east. If we became more energy independent, and the federal government would allow more drilling here, ease up on regulations. So we can drill offshore, and on our land, plus continue to look and invest in other energy, besides petroleum, in the private sector, mainly. Until then we have to be involved.

      • Flame

        Then we need to elect someone who can stand up to the Envirowackos who have prevented us from drilling. (BTW, the environmental push is a page straight out of the Commie Manifesto.) Got a replay just yesterday of a fabulous presentation of just how very small a part of ANWR a drilling operation would take, and almost on the seacoast at that. It would not destroy the beautiful valleys and mountains of the reserve. The drill site would be a postage stamp compared to the rest of Alaska and, okay, a pillowcase compared to the vastness of the whole ANWR.

        Better yet, educate yourselves about clean safe nuclear tech. We have 104 plants now---all built to technology that is a half-century old. Does any talking head ever mention WHAT KIND of nuclear reactor just failed or is about to be built? No, they don't! But all our present (and planned) plants are in the Light Water Reactor class, as was the Japanese plant that failed last year. BTW, that plant was Japan's oldest and already scheduled to be decommissioned. Nature just hurried up the plan. Research Integral Fast Reactors (like Monju, Japan). In IFR tech, 1) the fuel is not attractive to terrorists, 2) the plants shut themselves down in case of accident, 3) water is not the coolant, so there's no steam build-up to crack the containment vessels, 4) we get FIFTY TIMES more energy per ton of fuel, and 5) the final waste to be stored is about 1/40th in bulk and only needs to sit 300-500 years, not 10,000. But do you ever hear that from the lamestream media? Hell no!

        We could be independent of ME oil in one term if we could get Congress to be serious about energy!

        • C.Davis

          We are independent of ME oil. Look it up. the slimebag bankers and their counterfeit .American dollar system is deeply dependant on it so, as their slave military we are ordered to go and invade their client states when they start to get uppity. Once they're bombed back to the stone age, we can back out, because they are once again too impoverished to survive without being subservient to their infernal "benefactors".
          Our founders would have been ashamed of anyone claiming to be "scared" of a responsibile foreign policy as they chartered and as is espoused by Dr. Ron Paul.
          Every time I see an automaton parroting his favorite co-opted talking head's pronouncement of being "scared," I want to vomit with the idea of what they have degenerated the "home of the brave" into.
          HEY NUMBNUTS! How about being scared of your creator who has commanded you not to steal. And kill. And covet, etc., etc. Because all you who claim that Ron's policy of non interventionism is somehow "scary" are advocating the willful violation of all ten of the commandments that God gave to the children of Isaac, including the one about honoring your parents, because you heap ignonomy upon the heads of all those for whom you are responsible. If you think God's judgement is something that is just a nice story in the bible, then your judgement be upon you.

        • Ray

          You guys just can't get past calling those whose opinion about your illustrous leader, names. Seems to be the one constant thread in most of your reaction to those who do not find him to be the candidate of choice.

    • Stan

      Virgilannie,I don't know why you got so many minuses.Every thing I see that you wrote is true!

    • Mike

      Paul is a libertarian...not a conservative, there really is a difference...

    • Joe

      You are so correct. Newt, Mitt and Santorum for that matter, are part of the status quo. The GOP big government establishment would rather have Obama re-elected, than Ron Paul. Ron Paul is fighting for the people and Constitution. That is why the statists, both Democrat and Republican, are doing everything possible to stop Ron Paul's message of returning to sound money and a limited Constitutional government. If the average American understood how they have been enslaved and fleeced by the establishment for several generations, there would be blood in the streets.

    • sandykramer

      O.K. kiddies: Pick up your toys and go home. The hour is late and your bedtime is nigh. Say "good night" to Mr. Paul. It's time for the adults to play. The Children's Crusade has ended.

    • Ralph

      Oh,sure,sure you phony Paulbot shill whacko go ahead and waste your vote on a crazy old un-electable nutcase serial
      Presidential Candidate Loser Ron Paul and make sure you Paulbot fools help re-elect Kenyan Wonder Barack Obama
      for a second ter you braindead Ron Paul Paulbot freaks! Just Say No to Ron Paul AGAIN in 2012!

    • Tigerfred1

      Paul's drug policy is liberal. His isolationist passive foreign policy in dealing with our enemies is liberal. His acceptance of immoral behavior under the guise of personal liberty is liberal. Make no mistake about it, he wants to move the needle too far in everything he wants, which is not conservative. In some ways, he is more liberal than Obama.

    • DrCrimwitt

      You have no idea what you are talking about...Ron Paul is not a Conservative. He is a Libertarian. Libertarian's, although conservative in some respect, are liberal in others. For example...legalize drug use. Newt and Santroum are the most conservative but Newt has the best and most bold ideas and know has to deal with the congress and senate.

    • Robert

      vigilannie, Ron Paul is a whacko. He wants us to withdraw within our borders and not communicate or worry about anything happening in the remainder of the world. We can not do this because of the nuclear age. Please explain exactly why you want him elected president; and tell the truth. Is it because he wants to legalize drugs? Tell the truth now. As Michael Savage says, marijuana is, I repeat is, a gateway to harder drugs. He should know as he has studied the subject and has a PHD in nutritional ethnomedicine from UC Berkley.

      • Paulbot von Paulbot

        Robert, rather than relying on Michael Savage for your opinions you should do some research. Dr. Paul is not isolationist. That is an outright lie. He is not for legalizing drugs. That too is an outright lie. And yes, Michael Savage is a liar, as is Gingrich and Romney.

    • freedomfighter30

      Ron Paul wants NO government! That is ludicrous

    • jnri

      you are a clueless person what do you think of concervatives can't distinguish a liberal come on . sharpen you comments act like conservative not a libertarian like ron paul ,but he will have a chance to win in VA its only Paul and Romney there, but I think the democrats wolud rally behind Romney as usual. I'm for NEWT by the way,

    • righthook38

      I would trust Gingrich over Romney in a heartbeat. Have you ever thought about why so many in Congress are complaining about Newt? Maybe it's because THEY are the RINO's, and they know Newt will shake things up if he makes it to the WH. We need someone who isn't concerned about making friends, but is concerned with real solutions and making the difficult decisions necessary to keep this country from going off a cliff.

  • MAD

    probably democrate imposters pretending to be rupublicans so they can shet tha pot of crap stirring



    • ZagoZana

      MAD, you sure are having a problem spellin' and thinkin'. Try learning to speak English, Okey dokey?
      NOOT got fined $300,000 because he his played with the laws concerned with ilegal campaign funds. He lost.
      His activitied such as with past wives and girlfriends is quite well known.
      How can you trust him to do what he says he will?
      He's not good with the truth, don't cha know!!!
      ROBME is a manipulator of truth and financial laws. He is an air puppet with no depth nor personality...
      Ran Paul thinks that all we have to do is let the world do what it wants. We should not get involved with it at all.
      The diseases of the world, like Muslim extremism and corporate imperialism will just go away if we pay it no attention.

      • pete0097

        Newt paid the $300K to pay for the investigation of himself, the congressional record states this. I kind of admire a man that can keep his mistress a secret from his wife. Although it does not show integrity, it does show that he is extremely organized and understands people. I could never do it. I agree with the rest of your statements. The problem is that good people with no skeletons in their closet don't want to be president because they would still have to go through with the media gauntlet and stories would be made up that he/she would have no defense of.

  • PattyFromTexas

    All this criticism of Speaker Gingrich is well deserved. He damaged the republican party during his tenure as speaker to the point where he was driven out of office. His prosecuting President Clinton for adultery whilst he himself was involved in his own adulterous relationship, his shutdown of the government his obviously inflated ego, and his snotty remarks during the last few debates are all indications of his character. YES character counts, integrity counts, honesty counts. Gingrich is a serial hypocrite, a liar, and a cheat. No way this morally bankrupt chickenhawk will ever be president.

    • Texas Pat

      How old are you? Where do you get your so-called facts....from the Liberal news media? OR, maybe, you are just a Liberal yourself.

      • patriotrenegade

        soros-CFR,knewtieboy-CFR and that's only the beginning. Turn off the soundbites, turn on your intellect/brain. cheers

    • Abigail Adams

      Newt can stand and deliver; he is educated and articulate. I am proud of Newt for standing up to the liberal media who misrepresent the truth at every level. Newt is not a hypocrite; he is a human being. I've certainly don't things that I new better than to do. He has repented, and is forgiven. He knows and defends our Constitution and can turn America around. That is a must. If you don't like Newt, would you prefer Obama? Think carefully because that is your choice.

      • patriotrenegade

        knewtieCFR is a disciple of toffler and his "book" the third wave which calls for erasing our Constitution, which is a goal of the globalists. He is one. DO YOU KNOW THAT?!

    • Jonathan Gartner

      Actually he left on his own choice another half truth. He did a great deal for the Party that the establishment in the Party is now forgetting all that he did. His postition was far different than that of President also another half truth of the liberal / marxist left. He was the person that was attacked first by Romney not the other way round Reagan would not blame him for self defense. Obviously you have not read anything for your self investigate Romney you will find him in violation of the Mormon church on both abortion and homsexuality. Paul is a wing nut and his constitution is devoid of the morals and ethics that the founding fathers gave us along with the document. Santorum is a little to comfortable with the Unions.

    • guest

      This idea that Gingrich was forced out of office is pure nonsense. Anyone who perpetuates that drivel cares little for the facts and only seeks to disparage Gingrich. I lived during that time and followed the events carefully. It appeared after the findings and the censure that Gingrich would not be elected back to the Speaker's position therefore he elected not to run from his district again. Who knows whether he would have been elected to another term from his Georgia district. It was all about leadership in the House. Incidently, the IRS cleared Gingrich of the charge that had him censured. It was legal and not unethical to take money for teaching the college class. Facts are stubborn things for people who deal in propaganda.

      • patriotrenegade

        he's a CFR TRAITOR, got us NAFTA, GATT(china) supports the dream act amnesty, the treasonous NAU, global warming, and erasing the Constitution a la toffler. I hope you are a campaign operative, at least I know you nest of snakes is reading the truth. knewtie boy knows, ASK HIM!

    • sherlock

      Unfortunately, you will not find anyone without sin. We have to focus on who best to lead our country and put us on the right road to recovery.

    • LibertyPhysics

      Your comments come directly from the Leftist playbook. In particular, President Clinton was not prosecuted for adultery. He was impeached for lying under oath in a sexual harassment case where he used his formidable power as a governor and then President to receive sexual favors from subordinates.

      How can the Speaker of the House shut down the government? He can't. This government shutdown crap is used over and over by a Democrat pandering news media. When the President is a Democrat, it'sthe Republican Congress that's shutting down the government. If the President is a Republican, he's the one shutting down the government. They, and you, are so transparent.

    • NRW

      Pay attention, Newt was completely vindicated on all charges.
      "...ultimately the IRS ruled that the former Georgia congressman did not violate any tax laws, as Democrats initially claimed. The original complaints were indeed partisan, and overreaching, and an attempt to even the score for Gingrich’s role in the humiliation of former Democratic Speaker Jim Wright."

    • Frank

      Of course he damages them. He forced them to have to show up to work and do some work. What a thought, Congress having to do any kind of work that actually benefits this country. Notice how badly the Republican Congress got voted out after they fired him as Speaker? Or does 2007 not ring any bells for you?

    • El Guapo Viejo

      The impeachment proceedings against Clinton were not for adultery. Clinton lied about it under oath, i.e., he committed perjury.
      I think Newt's sin was that he balanced the budget, leaving little extra money to buy votes with. He was brought up on ethics charges, none of which stuck but they made him pay for the proceedings. As for the shutting down of the government, life went on without it. Shows how much of the government we actually need. Go Newt!

    • KAJ

      Like him or not at least he has the ______ to stand up to the media. I don't think we would do good with Romney or Gingrich.

    • American 1st

      Patty -

      You have been listening to waaaaaaaaaaaay too much Liberal News Media! You are repeating a lot of outright Liberal lies. Did you know that the Democrats were the ones that filed ethics charges against him, and that he was exonerated (cleared of all charges)?

      See, you're repeating & believing Liberal lies. Dems are scared to death of Newt because he will prove what a dummy Obozo really is and what a fake!


      • patriotrenegade

        yeah but the jerks in charge of a dem globalist traitor campaign would be just as pleased if knewtbag CFR won because they still control the White House and continue a streak unbroken for 40 years.

    • MarcJeric

      Well - perhaps some of that is true,what Patty says. On the other hand, Gingrich stuffed down the throat of that disbarred felon Clinton 4 balanced budgets and forced on him the welfare reform. "The age of big government is over!" - you remember. However it is true that Gingrich would give that marxist Muslim from Kenya another 4 years in which to finish killing this republic.

      • Crabman 360

        I think if you want to roll over and not get behind him that you're probably right. Newt is the most feared for the Obuma team because he's the most intellectual, no doubt about it. Show some courage and stand up for the truth!

      • awakenow

        Actually, no, Gingrich did not stuff "four" balanced budgets down anyone's. throat. Gingrich was Speaker when "two" budgets were balance but he was out of office after the last two balanced budgets occurred.

        But, you are correct that Gingrich will keep Obombya occupying our White House. Hopefully, Obombya's ineligibility will finally lead to his removal from it.

    • Gene

      Patty are you without sin to cast the first stone? Gene

    • Crabman 360

      Patty, to be honest, those who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones. He has the best working experience to get the job done and a record to prove it. He has admitted to many mistakes and claiming a rebirth in faith. Romney is visciously filthy and will do whatever it takes to pluck eyes out. The Obama re-election team will shred him, he also isn't a conservative. I'll admit you never get much that you want, but Reagans' and true conservatives who aren't just following or listening to gossip see the man in Newt. And Newt has a genious mind and the balls to match it. Don't forget to look in the mirror, leave judgement up to GOD!

    • Flame

      Yes he is, but if I can't get a true constitutionalist and am forced to a choice between Mitt or Newt, I'll take Newt. At least he has some guts to stand up and tell it like it is.

      • patriotrenegade

        well the experts in fact checking have said 60% of his statements are outright lies. what say you??????????????



      • Robert

        HOFFHACK, I agree with your comments. But how did you get away with writing W---ES? My comments were deleted before they had a chance to be published by the administrator.

    • Ray

      What he really damaged was the attitude of complancy that had then and continues to plague to many Republican reprensentatives. They don't really care who sits in the White House as long as he or she just don't rock the boat. Senator John McCain is a prime example of the mentality I am referring to. The day that he endorsed and Mitt Romney and slammed Newt was the day that I knew who to vote for.


      Once GOD forgive's a sinner of their sins. It's for gotten and GOD does not remember them at all. It is under the BLOOK OF JESUS.

      The only people that still brings them up are those who are not yet experience the LOVE and the MERCY and the POWER OF GOD TO FORGIVE and FORGET.

      In the Bible. King David had more than one wife and while he had 3 wives. He committed Adultery with another married woman that her husband was a solider in his Army. In fact. King David had the woman pregnant with his child while he was still the King of Israel. When he found that out. He wrote a letter to Joab, saying, Set ye Uriah in the forefront of the hottest battle, and retire ye from him, that he may be smitten, and die. The sad thing is that, after the King wrote the letter, he gave it to the woman's husband. He had know idea that, he was carrying his own death sentence.

      But, the Bible said, David turn his heart to the LORD GOD and ask for forgiveness and mercy on his life. And for GOD to spare his life. AND GOD DID. It was through Nathan that GOD told Nathan to tell the King that GOD hath put away his sin; and he will not die.

      It is not the sin that we committed. It is the turning of our hearts toward GOD and ask for HIS Mercy, HIS Love, HIS Forgiveness. Because the Bible said, IF we confess our sins, HE is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from ALL unrighteousness. WE ALL SIN, ONE WAY OR ANOTHER.

      As it is written, THERE IS NONE RIGHTEOUS, NO, NOT ONE:


    • Charlene

      IF CHARACTER COUNTS, INTEGRITY COUNTS, AND HONESTY COUNTS, how in the world did Obama get elected?

    • Robert

      PattyFromTexas, please confirm you are actually from Texas. If you are, it must be Austin as there are lots of RINOs living there. Also, Austin is where LBJ's wife owned radio and tv stations which helped him get elected to the House and Senate. Your recall of history leaves a lot to be desired. Clinton was not prosecuted and impeached by the House for adultery, but for lying to a grand jury. The Democrat Party and their friends in the media spread the lie that Clinton's private life should be separate from his work life and that Newt went after him because of his private life instead of his job. Remember, character is important and reflects how one does his job. Bad character means misbehavior. The Democrat controlled Senate refused to confirm Clinton's impeachment or he would never have served his second term. Your definition of Newt as a serial hypocrite, a liar, and a cheat should be directed to Obama, Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, the media, Dick Cheney, the US Supreme Court, and the complete Democrat Party. They are the reason we have this usurper as our President. OMG (Obama Must Go) in November 2012.

    • Noel T

      All you wrote may be true. However, if carl rove and his political hacks want mitt, then I do not want mitt.

    • freedomfighter30

      First, about Clinton's shady sexual deals - he was President at the time. Newt was only Speaker. No, I didn't agree with either affrontances however I care more about getting the country back into sembalnce of balance. OK, character, integrity all definite pluses but really, what good are those virtues if the country cannot get back to orderliness? And besides, who are we to judge not knowing 100% what happened to be true? Newt has repented. You must be a Beckite.

    • EDDIE

      Patty ,you must be a liberal in disguise. If not your ignorant of political facts of the Reagan era. I believe your libido replaces
      facts in your thinking. I acknowledge Romey is handsome and that is the reason of your choice. You phoney liberal RINO.

  • comancheshaman

    What ever happened to good old fashioned Antiestablishmentrepublicanarianism ?

    • Mitchina

      lol... I think over time and replacements, the intelligence level we have in there now, for the most part, can't wrap their tiny little brains around a word that long. Why they keep making acronyms out of everything... lol

    • Jeff

      They are a figment of your imagination. They never existed. The Republican party is part and parcel to the establishment, as is the Democratic party. In a two party political system, there are no anti-establishment parties, or party members.

      • comancheshaman

        "They are a figment of your imagination." There you go , that is exactly why cause you have no vision, just go along to get along. SAD, VERY SAD!

  • poacher

    we do need to stop fighting among ourselves. whether the nominee is newt, mitt or ron i will vote against obama.
    the problem with individualists is that getting them together is like herding a bunch of cats. that is a paraphrase of an old radio host that was fun and funny named derry brownfield.

    • Jonathan Gartner


      • poacher


        • C.Davis

          The two pertinent sayings I read yesterday are: If you're stroking a cat and it's standing his hair up, it's time to turn the cat around.... The other is: If tou throw a rock into a pack of dogs the one that yelps is the one that got hit.

    • Abigail Adams

      You are correct--- we can only vote for the candidate, so choose one and stop tearing them down. That only gets Obama re-elected. It is between Newt and Mitt; Ron must drop out bec he will split the vote and get Obama re-elected. Im for Newt.

      • poacher

        sorry abigail--paul has as much right to run as the other two. i do not believe he will run as third party. he has not said that (as far as i know) but i think he knows a split would put obama in.

    • jcrawdad

      I'm with you poacher : People need to stop fighting with each other and pick some one that people can work with to get Reid of Obama and him Communist backers.

    • Beat Obama

      If more people actually believed that defeating OBAMA is the priority, they would vote for Paul. True Paul Bots will not vote for another candidate(right or wrong they just won't). Logically that means GOP loses about 10% of the republican vote which puts Obama ahead against Romney or Gingrich. Paul brings the most cross-over from democrats (Check out Blue Republicans) , receives more of the Independents and is neck and neck with Obama in National polls. With the support of the GOP Obama would lose hands down.

    • Eileen Pressler

      Yeah, I agree anything is better than Obama but, Ro0mney is so close to Obama that e are done if he gets elected. Please God help us.



      • Myrtlelinder

        You may as well write in Obama, because that will be a vote for him. Obama against Obama.

    • traz1019

      You know, I think that in itself is a great national compaign. The GOP and all its sisters organizations needs to begin a strong media presence that says, in essence, "No more Obama." There are already media spots showing his "accomplishments." The GOP is usually behind on these things. Allow debates and primaries to whittle it down. Let candidates be candidates--but be solid on one thing--"Anybody but Obama in 2012." Happy Newt Year!

    • Charlene

      I agree! If this charater-assassination of our own candidates continues, Obama will win by default. Pick a candidate and fully support him.

  • Batwings

    Regan was actually a very good president. He was a whole lot better than the clown who is in the White House now.

    • Jonathan Gartner

      And of course those who are in power now would belittle what he did. Obama has gone in a negative direction with just about everything while the wall came down because of what Reagan did where is his Nobel prize or should we look in the box's of crackerjack for them now they have been given out to liberal/marxist presidents and their hanger ons

      • poacher

        it is conveniently forgotten that the regan deficits were to force the ussr to face the disaster of socialism and give up trying to compete against the prosperity of a free/market/society/people.

    • Tom

      And "clown" is an apt description.

    • d.stout

      I was alive and well during the Regan presidency. He was a great president and is worth emulating in many way's. Facing down the Russians was one of his great victories. You can criticize some of his decisions but be sure of what you are talking about before you make an a-- of your self. Newt, in spite of his many foibles would follow Regans's good points. He He has my vote no matter what.....

  • Wyatt

    Dispite all the name calling and false Rhetoric , Newt has attempted to hold the high ground , attacking only when left no other choice . He has my admeration here

    • Richie

      Agree !! and my vote!

      • Diann

        And Mine.. Always did have!!!!!!!!!!

    • d.stout

      here here!!!

    • Sama

      The republican party is now a cannibal in an effort to maintain the PARTY. That's all they care about. The COUNTRY is not their focus. The Party is their focus. They want Romney to run. Period. Ann Coulter is the same.
      The Party has learned a lot of new tricks from the left of which they are making full use.

    • AL.H

      Newt Or Commi Muslim Obamuse !

    • Paulbot von Paulbot

      That is only because Newt is well aware of the fact that his record cannot pass muster. He isn't attempting to hold any high ground, merely attempting to keep the spotlight off his past. Obviously his tactic has been working. If people actually took time to research Newt and ignored his rhetoric no one outside his immediate family would support him.

  • Ballistic45

    Mitt Romney is the choice of the GOP leadership, Obama and the Main Stream Media... He has been picked out already for us by the elites of the country to run against Obama knowing full well he will loose and if he should win, do the least harm to the Liberal agenda.. A twist on Forest Gump's saying " Evil is as Evil does".... If you want to see these elitist soil their pants, pick Gingrich.. If you want to see them with diarrhea, pick Ron Paul... I would vote for Ron Paul but for one thing, he has a real hard time expressing himself, gets tongue tied easily especially under stress, often jumps from one thing to another without finishing his thoughts.. He wouldn't stand a chance against Obama in a debate, even if Obama went without a teleprompter, LOL...

    • Carmelo Junior


    • Victor

      You are so wrong about that, pls, pls,pls, Don't let that cause you to vote the lesser of two evils, Ron Paul is really the only one that can win against the illegal alien, If he is allowed to fun this time around, According to five states now he will not be on the ballot

      • al.k

        maybe not, but they can still write him in..

      • Ballistic45

        Victor - A vote for Ron Paul is a vote for Obama... That's a fact.. I like the crap right out of Ron, he stands squarely on the Constitution.. Some say he has moved too far Right, that's BS, the GOP has over decades moved to far LEFT... But poor Ron just cannot articulate. Really watch him and LISTEN, it is painful to listen to, you can't help but feel sorry for him because he just can't get his messages out in an effective way... He stumbles on words, changes thoughts mid stream..
        And there is his past stances on some issues that will be killers to him.. We need Independent voters, Ron Paul will scare them off..

    • sandra

      Ballistic, how right you are. I am only high school educated, and only really got into politics since the 2008 election. If I can see what the msm are doing then there should be a lot of voters seeing this. Romney gets all his donations from the same bunch of crooks that Obama does. Obama's health care plan is almost identical to Romneys. I believe if Romney gets the nomination it will be a repeat of the 2008 election. Romney is also a friend of the NWO organizations. It is hard to find his connections to them, but if you dig deep enough, they are there. I wish Ron Paul was better in the debates also, because he is the one we really need to turn things around.

    • Masseyman

      I whole heartedly agree with your comments. I have come to the same understanding after following politics for the last few years since completing 22 years active Navy. This will again be a case of not voting for a great president but for the lesser of the evils.

      I am also extremely fed up with the eletists forcing Romney down my throat. I have lost a lot of respect for O'Reily, Colter and the like. They push the same crap as Madcow, thrill up the leg etc.

    • Mike

      The same elite Republican leadership that produced McCain and his losing campaign is also engineering the attack on Newt. They want Romney and will stop at nothing to make sure Newt goes away. They will probably succeed at it. I do wish the Republicans would stick to the issues and stop tearing each others eyeballs out. This is counter productive and the goal is getting the solutions to problems we are facing.

  • NeoconsNailed

    I don't know why you bother defending the lizard. It's a despicable phony and traitor and there's not a thing good about it. It's a warmonger, a scoundrel who's (for instance) been pushing to saddle us with Obamacare-like burdens for years. The slimy green creature's image has nothing whatsoever to do with its reality. The Reagan/lizard farce is based on rigged non-issues. The real truth behind this feigned "attack" is that (#1) the lizard fought and defied Reagan many times way back when, and (#2) the "attack" didn't go anywhere near the real issues. An assessment of the lizard's evils from 26 YEARS AGO is gettable by searching its name, "newt", and "majority renegade of the year".

    • mesaman

      You are sane, correct? Not on chlorpromazine or the like, right? Treatment of paranoid behavior seems better suited with psychotherapy in combination with second generation anti-psychotic medications. Hope this will help straighten out your thinking.

    • Diann

      I like lizards !!!!! Renegade of the year?? That's why we need him as President. He will clean house (pardon the pun) big time and then maybe the corrupt special interest lobbying congress will finally get out of the teens on disapproval and start to go up on approval.

      Go Newt

      • toto

        Perhaps the greatest thing about Newt is that he knows where the bodies are buried in Congress and is well equipped to deal with them. They have good reason to fear him.

    • johnny h

      If Newt attacked Reagan, he will not get the votes of the Real Republicans in USA!
      Reagan was individual. He let his WH staff argue, then HE made the right decidion, (mostly).
      Had Gorbachov WON, the liberals in media and government would no doubt have criticised Reagan.
      What beats me,....He WON !!!! Yet still the liberals try to tarnish the victory of a dead man.
      Reagan infuriated the Washington elite by deciding for America and its Way of Life, rather than follow the Washington (failed) line. Result, USSR is now Russia.
      After the Cold War was over, the media feted Gorbachov, but ignored the one person who had stuck to principles and as a
      result watched the USSR collapse under the weight of its own Bureaucracy.
      America today?? IT has aimed to match the same useless bureaucracy, which in the case of USSR, made that country FAIL.
      Does NO POLITICIAN ever learn?

    • Ray

      You could do civilized society a favor and go crawl back in the hole you crawled out of. So what is new, It has been no secret for years that you democrats have a deep seated hate for President Reagan.

    • Noel T

      Ignorance is bliss

    • Paul

      Lizard is the best you can come up with. Look at you responses and realize you are on the wrong post.

  • Carmelo Junior


    • Educated Patriot


    • American 1st


      • gordo

        what is the difference Romney is a getto republican would do his own mama if he would be assured of winning the nomination
        He doesn't care obout you or me as long as he can win. OBAMS will beat him like a drum by at least 4 points

  • flatspots479

    The era of prosperity was that of Ronald Reagan that inherited a Jimmy Carter depression. Ronald Reagan got us out of that but still to this day all that some can remember was that he raised taxes. Just how do you think obama or Nitt is going to do? This country needs what it can't have and that's another Ronald Reagan. Newt hasn't got a chance with republicans and liberals doing all they can to undermine his candidacy. Nitt is a liberal. Not a conservative. Obamacare is his project. Do you really think he'll repeal it? If you do I have some ocean front property in Arizona I wish to sell you.

    • Mark in LA

      Ronald Reagan was the biggest myth that ever existed. His whole administration was about destroying the middle class. Whether it was free trade, guest workers or illegal immigrants everything was based on destroying the ability of the middle class to get a decent wage. As for the prosperity it was all on borrowed money. It was Jimmy Carter who put Paul Volker in as Fed chairman and it was Volker who caused the recessiona and ended it. Reagan was just a moron who happened to be in the right place at the right time.

      • flatspots479

        Why don't you start your blog out with Obama is "my hero".

        • Chief 4

          The fact that it is by mark in LA tells all!!! If he is sold on carter, man-o-man he must be all over obummer!!!

    • jstc

      You said it! Why does anyone even think of Nert as a conservative? Besides that, no one in their right mind is going to vote for someone with his immoral past. G(etti)ngrich may have pulled the wool over the eyes of some charlatans such as Wildmon, but for the rest of the country, Nutty-Newt's nomination will simply mean 4 more years of you-know-who!

  • Bernie

    I don't care about if Newt was for or against Reagan. He is not Reagan, does not have the moral character to ever be Reagan! That was then, this is now and now in the last few years Newt's own actions and words have proven he is a BIG government progressive not a Tea Party Conservative. Yes, some of the ethics report was released, but much is still sealed. If he is the nominee there will be an October surprise and they will leak all of the sealed portions of his ethics violations, and Obama will be re elected! As a Christian conservative I cannot and will not vote for Newt.

    • Don

      If Newt should win the nomination, I'm not necessarily promoting Newt, but you must vote for him to defeat odumbo even if you don't like him. I don't care how bad you think of him, he's still better that what we've got now! This guy illegal kenyan president has got to go before he turns America into a sociallist muslim country. In fact, what really needs to happen is that he should be removed NOW by IMPEACHMENT even before the elections as he may already be on his way to destroying America!

      • Flame

        Don, however desirable it is to be rid of Obum, impeachment is not a feasible option, even forgetting that you technically can't "impeach" someone who holds the office illegally. Impeachment takes a vote of 66 in the Senate to convict, and we just don't have the numbers!! I think that's probably why Darrell Issa and others have not attempted to bring the charges.

        At this point, I'm hoping that the Georgia judge will order him off the ballot, the GA Secty of State will comply, and this will lead to an avalanche of states that keep Obum off the ballot.

        • Robert

          Flame, yes the desirable outcome of the case against Obama in Georgia would be for the Secretary of State to take Obama off the ballot, but can you imagine what kind of uproar this would cause? That is probably why it will never come to this, but we can hope for this outcome anyway. We must plan for him to be defeated at the polls in November. OMG (Obama Must Go) in November.

    • gary

      So I guess your going to vote for Obama

    • LibertyPhysics

      Newt was cleared of all ethics violations. Those charges were trumped up by he Democrat enemies.

      As a Christian conservative you will not not vote for Newt, thereby guaranteeing the election of a Socialist/Communist/athiest/lying whatever? Brilliant. You can feel very righteous as our country descends into Hell.

    • AlleyOops75

      Isn't it, you, the pot, calling the kettle black....Didn't the great one ask us to be careful how we judge others?

    • American 1st

      You do know that Reagan dumped his first wife for Pat, right?

      • John Illinois

        Jane Wyman was the one who left Reagan. And his wife's name was Nancy, Not Pat. Pat was Nixon's wife.

      • Robert

        American 1st, I hope you were saying this in jest because Jane Wyman dumped Reagan not the other way around. Reagan had more character than to do something like this. As he use to tell Jimmy Carter, "well, there you go again."

    • cashills many times was Reagan married??



  • Ultor

    "Newt "damaged republican party?" The Boahner whom is the Speaker today, led the charge against Newt in 1997. Boahner who took up the Rockefeller- Big Government Establishment-deficit spending-interventionist mantle under the cover of Polosi was then and is now "what damaged the republican party. Under Newt, balanced budget-4.8% unemployment-Gallop approval of 42%. Under Boahner 1.5 trillion annual budget short fall-9% unemployment-Gallop approval of 12%. That is not the opinion, that is the facts.

    • sandra

      Ultor, I have read about all the ethic complaints, and Newt was not charged with any of them. As a matter of fact he was cleared, but because some establishment rhino republicans and democrats were so against him, he resigned. He might not be the best President, but I think the democrats and republicans are both scared of him, because he isn't afraid to stand up to them. Boehner is a laughing stock as speaker. I sent him an email telling him if he didn't have the balls to stand up for the people, instead of caving into the democrats, then he needed to let someone who would have the job. I would vote for Gingrech before I would vote for Romney.

    • @MikeOliverAZ

      Those that attack Newt, now or then, are/were afraid that he was going to do what he said he would do and reduce THEIR power. Be Afraid!

  • DrSique

    I will not deny that there seems to be a coordinated effort to scuttle Gingrichs' campaign, apparently by the Republican establishment. He has, however, damaged himself on more than one occasion, usually on the issue of illegal immigration. His assertion that enforcement cannot work and, therefore, we must consider another "path to legalization" is alienating many conservatives. I supported the Reagan amnesty in 1986, but I will never again accept the word of ANYONE in government that this is a solution. Another amnesty will do nothing more than lead to another massive wave of illegal immigration. Amnesty was denied by Americans more than once in the recent past but government keeps on pushing. Clearly, those in Washington no longer represent the people. Their own political survival trumps the best interest of our nation.

    • AlleyOops75

      Isn't it nice to be realistic for a change and face the facts rather than sticking our collective heads in the sand??

    • donjusko

      Look at Newt's voting issues not just the person.
      NEWT GINGRICH is for increases in government size, he wants Obamacare. He voted for the government control of the Dept of Education giving us the socialistic schools we have now which teach the ethics of the New Socialist Society. It's the bases of taking religion out of schools and teaching internationalism which is against our nations sovereignty. Newt is not following the Constitution, he wants it replaced, he's a Builderburg. He has been a member of the Council of Foreign Nations that was started to abolish national sovereignty. He voted for GATT which controls the World Trade Organization, NAFTA and TARP. Newt voted to give amnesty to illegal immigrants, now he wants to change our immigration system. Newt wants to continue foreign aid, Obama is giving it to our enemies. Newt Gingrich is diametrically opposed to the principles of the Constitution and Ron Paul. He backs the UN, the UN backs Agenda 21, NAU and NWO.

    • Billee

      People like you who pick on ONE issue and say, I'll never vote for him are naive. You look at the whole record and see that for Newts faults, he has done way more good for this country as a whole than ANY OTHER candidate still fighting.

    • jstc

      Nert is most definitely the pro-amnesty candidate. Romney, Santorum and Dr. Paul have all spoken out against it. Now Nert is sucking up to the brown vote even more by talking about Rubio as his running-mate. This is even more absurd than Nert's own candidacy in the first place. I will not vote for any GOP ticket that has Nert or Rubio on it. These demagogues want to turn this country into Northern Mexico/Atzlan. If they succeed, there will be no more America as we know it. Nothing of the original USA will survive in Nutty-Newt's new wetback-majority America. Wake up, White man - before it's too late!

  • ray doodnauth

    President Ronald Regan is dead and gone, all the good things or bad things become past. Newt is not Regan, if he wants to adapt his style and the good he have done, so be it. That what is the problem of the republican canidates. Let's see what you can do to make america better, focus on the main sources that Bring backk american manufacturer to our home land, jobs jobs. Jobs jobs. Get americans to work. That was obma biggest problkem. Get sdmart peoiple in govbernment,banking systems, mnonitor wall street on a daily watch. Stoip big bonuses, stop lobbying, stoip playing big brother, stip sticking our nose in othher country probvlem, let american come first other last. Buiulds school, hospital, fire stations inm our country noit in other countries. Let's stop build jails, and help americans , stop promise, less talk more action.

    • Ronda

      Newt doesn't CLAIM to be Reagan. What you fail to grasp is that he is telling you everything that he accomplished with Reagan, which is a considerable value to this country. All this silly talk about Newt trying to be Reagan is just that ... SILLY.

  • dandman

    If you look at the confidence rating of Congress now.. and look at some of those who are behind the attacks against Newt.. gotta wonder.

    If you don't trust them in what they are doing now.. how can you trust what they say about Newt. Point in case.. Tom Delay - who's as close to a convicted felon as anyone -- blast Newt?? And who the hell woke up Bob Dole!!!

    • In God we trust

      Well said dandman. Just look at the fruit of the present congress, not at all encouraging and as for Delay and Dole, if they don't have anything good to say then say nothing.

    • AlleyOops75

      And who in the world rang John McPain, er, ah McCain's bell.

    • Steve M

      Who wanted Dede Scazzafa in New York? Who pushed for Nafta? Who belongs to the CFR and attended the Bilderberg conference? Who touted global warming with Palosi? Who is a PROGRESSIVE? This election is about PROGRESSISM vs. CONSERVATISM. Newt is a progressive. I love to listen to him talk but like Slick Willie and wonder boy in our W.H. what he says and what he does are polar opposites.

    • 80+Frank

      I knew Ronald Reagan very well, I voted for him twice in California for Governor and twice for President of the United States.
      He was a great man, but he is gone now so let us move on. There is no perfect canidate, so let us pick the best one we can.
      I believe Rush Limbaugh has it right, you might listen to him, he is the next best thing to President Reagan.

      I am voting for Newt if given a chance. That is the way I see it.

      • Chief 4

        That is very well put my friend. I to hope that Newt gets the selection to be the republican canidate. However, as we have seen, the money is being spent to make sure that doesn't happen but we the people can make the difference!!

    • Keith

      Amen, We need more Goldwater and Reagan repubs. problem is ALL ARE RINOS. If the "ESTABLISHMENT" REP are against Newt isn't that the best reason TO vote for him. I really like Santorum but I want Oblammer OUT> What to do what to do??? Get behind whatever NOMINEE> Even if it Nut job Ron Paul who claims I never voted for an earmark(Which is true_ he put plenty IN bills thatwere going to pass with orwithout his vote THEN VOTED AGINST HIS OWN EARMARKS> Check congressional records at US CONGRESS .GOV they almost factual.

    • Bonnie

      I agree, Congress is not behind Newt because they are afraid of the shake up he will cause. While Romney has 76 Congressional approvals has to be scary. The Tea Party won the House Majority but has been fighting an uphill battle against the RHINOs. The establishment does not like the Tea Party. We are upsetting their apple cart by demanding conservative values.

  • Darrell Maynard

    All I know is that Mr Gingrich said early in his candidacy is that he had done alot of things in his life he wasn't proud of but that he had asked God to forgive him and he is no longer that person, I speak from personal experience as I myself was totally immoral and I asked God to forgive me and I am not the same man now . I am not perfect and neither is Mr Gingrich , we don't claim perfection as we are all human and as such do err from time to time but I am sure glad doesn't hold the PAST against me , please pray about where you were or are at this time and remember and Give Newt Gingrich a chance, yesterday is gone , tomorrow is not promised but if we do right today that is all that matters.

    Thanks and God Bless
    Darrell Maynard

    • Sam Fox

      Darrell M, I agree whit what you say about God & forgiveness. I had an encounter with Jesus that changed my life as well in '69.

      But I am not convinced Newt's 'repentance' is real. He is a serial liar. Why, if Newt was real, would he leave a S. Baptist Church & go Catholic? The Baptists are much more in line with the Bible than the Catholics. Not cutting them, just being factual.

      I am not judging Newt. I do question his sincerity. If he had been touched by Jesus would he not e out of the race, getting his life in order & studying the Bible? That's what all most of us do when Christ touches our lives. HE becomes priortii, not a Prez race.

      Even setting the above aside, if you look at Newt's record over the years, it is not all that in line with the Constitution. It is much more in line with big govt.

      Quote from Newt's mentor's new age highly recommended by Newt book, The Third Wave. From P2 of above link.

      " Toffler believes mankind is entering a new system. To the founding fathers in his book, he wrote, "For the system of government you fashioned including the very principles on which you based it, is increasingly obsolete, and hence increasingly, if inadvertently, oppressive and dangerous to our welfare. It must be radically changed and a new system of government invented, a democracy for the 21st century. For this wisdom, above all, I thank Mr. Jefferson who helped create the system that served us so well for so long, and that now must, in its turn, die and be replaced." " [End]

      Newt, CFR member:

      Newt & Romney on single payer.

      MAYBE Newt has changed. MAYBE!! But I don't think, based on his record, that it is wise to take a chance on such a HUGE 'maybe'. There is just too much at stake. .


    • Gailyn

      So well put.

    • Keith

      Amen... ME TOOO. I still only depend on the Grace of God because without the blood the IS NO forgivness of sin. I wish all would realize this!

    • Sashamanda

      Good for you, Darrell. God bless!

    • sandra

      Darell, I heard this come from Newt also. There are a lot of people that hold his running around on his wives, against him. I know that there is not one person out there that hasn't done things in there lives that they wished they could take back. I also did some things when I was younger that I am not proud of, but like you, I turned to God, and have tried to live a Christian life. We all fall short, but we don't make the same mistakes over and over again. We learn from those mistakes and we also ask God to lead us in making the right decisions. Newt I believe is telling us the truth in the debates, because he tried in the beginning to not bring up anything negative about any of the other candidates, then Romney threw the first blow. When Romney does throw out some things like in the last debate, New doesn't lie about them. That is what I have seen from him. He is also older and has Grandchildren that he wants to see have a life of freedom, and prosperity. I just hope Romney is not the republican nominee, or we will only go further down the road with what Obama is doing.

    • Karen

      Thank Darrell! Who are we to judge??? God has forgiven Newt, and so have I. I want a man who can FIX this mess we are in, and Newt is the best one to do it at this time. Is he the perfect candidate? No, but no one is. He is the BEST candidate.

    • The Bobster
    • Billee

      I agree. God has given him many gifts for such a time as this. Let God use him to return this country as a shining light.

  • Joyce

    The biggest fraud in government in Obama. Blame Bush Obama. He has more than quadrupled the debt, but it's till Bush's fault.
    Barack Obama is setting a record-setting number of records during his first term in office:

    Largest budget ever. Largest deficit ever. Largest number of broken promises ever.

    Most self-serving speeches ever. Largest number of agenda-setting failures ever. Fastest dive in popularity ever!

    Wow ! Talk about change.

    Fresh from his inauguration celebrations, President Obama was flying high.

    After one of the nation's most inspiring political campaigns, the election of America 's first black president had captured the hopes and dreams of millions.

    To his devout followers, it was inconceivable that a year later his administration would be gripped in self-imposed crisis.

    Of course, they don't see it as self-imposed. It's all George Bush's fault !

    George Bush, who doesn't have a vote in congress and who no longer occupies The White House, is to blame for it all.

    He broke Obama's promise, to put all bills on the White House web site for five days before signing them.

    He broke Obama's promise, to have the congressional health care negotiations broadcast live on C-SPAN.

    He broke Obama's promise, to end earmarks.

    He broke Obama's promise, to keep unemployment from rising above 8 percent.

    He broke Obama's promise, to close the detention center at Guantanamo in the first year.

    He broke Obama's promise, to make peace with direct, no precondition talks with America's most hate-filled enemies during his first year in office, ushering in a new era of global cooperation.

    He broke Obama's promise, to end the hiring of former lobbyists into high White House jobs.

    He broke Obama's promise, to end no-compete contracts with the government.

    He broke Obama's promise, to disclose the names of all attendees at closed White House meetings.

    He broke Obama's promise, for a new era of bipartisan cooperation in all matters.

    He broke Obama's promise, to have chosen a home church to attend Sunday services with his family by Easter of last year.

    Yes, it's all George Bush's fault! President Obama is nothing more than a puppet in the never-ending failed Bush administration.

    • KAJ

      I think you are the pathetic one. Maybe you should READ up on some facts. Oh and check up on COMMUNISM. Bush wasn't great, but at least he wasn't a __________________

      • Joyce

        KAJ....I think you misunderstood what I wrote. I was not putting Bush down, I was belittling Obama for blaming everything on Bush. Re-read.......or did I misunderstand what you wrote.

    • Aztek350

      Boy, have you hit the nail on the head, Joyce

    • johnny h

      Well said Joyce.
      Remember that Obama just last week, snuck in a bill to combine under himself, all parts of the State which constiutionally are separate to prevent dictatorship.
      He also, Reluctantly he said, but still signed, the Terror Bill, (remember military prison, arrest and detention without trail or due process)?
      Who cares what Newt said about anything if Obama is preparing the way for his administration to hang onto power without votes?
      Oh! And I noticed that a Florida Court issued a summons for him to appear before it ref. the birth certificate issue.
      Anyone but Obama would be behind bars now for refusing to appear.
      But Obama ignored due process AGAIN!!
      Morally he is now a fugitive from justice.
      WHY is nothing happening about this, election time or no election time.
      If our President ignores the Costitutional law of the land, then he is no better than a renegade who decided to fight on for the Confederacy after the Civil War! The Union WON, and the Laws made after that victory bind civil servants too, including Presidents!
      Keep it up Joyce, you obviously love America!
      He seems to think that Constitutional Law applys to others but not himself!!

      • Flame

        It was a Georgia court, johnny. Decision to come down in about a week. If Georgia keeps Obum off the ballot, it's likely several other states will follow!

    • Evaluator

      Hi Joyce, Add another lie, err, broken promise: Anyone who is retired and makes under $50,000/yr. will pay no income tax. I wonder if I can just tell that to the IRS this year on my income tax return and ask for all of the taxes back that I paid in???? NOT!!!!

    • DanMB

      Since Bush is getting the blame for everything by this administration he sholud get the credit for the Bin Laden and the Somali operations.

    • sandra

      Thanks for this list. I am going to send it to my Senators, and Speaker Boehner.

    • awakenow

      Joyce, of course it was certainly not all the fault of Bush. And, yes, Obama has added far more debt (4.2 Trillion) in just three years than Bush did (4.1 Trillion) during his eight years.

      However, the fact remains that Bush grew the federal government greatly and the national debt. When Bush left office, the debt was just over 10 Trillion.

      As much as we might wish to believe otherwise, Bush was not a conservative if one believes that being a conservative means working toward a small and limited federal government ... along with the huge spending that occurs because of that.

      Also, the Republican Party enabled this to happen by continuing to vote for one debit ceiling increase after the other during that time .. just as they have done since Bush left office. And, it seems that the our GOP and our Republican president certainly believe Dick Cheney when he said "deficits don't matter."

      They sure do matter. Read this:

      • Joyce

        One thing you left out, was a lot of what caused the Bush debt.. He had (a). 9-11, (b) the war, and (c) hurricane Catrina. What did Obama have that caused us to raise trillions of more dollars.......nothing. His was all self inflicted. He shoved Obama Care down our throats by arm twisting and bribing, which the majority of the nation didn't want, and has now endlessly spent spent spent. He has stopped drilling for oil, and continues to side with the evil countries that hate us and want us dead, and now we are forced to buy oil from those countries. These are a few of the reasons he has quadrupled Bush's debt. Bush didn't cause 9-11, or hurricane catrina. Let face it.....Obama has a Marxist/Socialist agenda, and he will keep going until he achieves it. WE CAN ONLY HOPE THE PEOPLE WAKE UP BEFORE THE NOVEMBER ELECTIONS, or we will have lost this country, if Obama is re-elected.

      • Joyce

        awakenow: The difference is the three issues that caused the debt Bush passed on, was: (a) 9-11, (b) hurricane Katrina, and (c) the war. Two of these were not his fault. All of the trillions Obama has caused was self inflicted. Spend, spend and spend some more. He shoved Obama care down our throats, when the majority of people didn't want it. That is something will will cost trillions. He stopped our drilling for oil, and we now rely on countries that hate us and want us dead, the same one's Obama sides with, and then turns his back on our allies. Obama has his far left agenda and will keep going until he destroys this country. We can only hope the people will wake up before the November election.

  • Jonathan Gartner

    The real reason that a lot of negatives are coming out is because like Reagan the establishmen wants Romney. Micheal Reagan relates that Bush who was the establishment canidate was a Rockefeller Republican. I was there Ronald many times did not like Bush and what he wanted to do and unknown to many truly had doubts about him. The latest ads about Newt are false or taken out of context. Now like then this election is very important and has many things the same except on steroids. Carter was a idiot much like Obama and also a socialist while Obama is clearly a marxist. We have a canidate with Newt that knows how to get things done unlike Romney whom with we would end up with gays still in the military, abortion going as strong as ever and Romneycare in place. Santorum for the sake of the Party which has shown itself not to really care for Romney should quit and endorse Newt. Paul of course needs medication that is now ready at the counter

  • inalienablewrights

    LOL I'm in a RHINO herd..... help!

    • upaces88

      Chuckling...Bless Your Heart! Head for the fence!!

  • Tigerfred1

    Now is the time to consider Rick Santorum. I agree with the comment above, "character counts.". He is getting better every debate. And he seems trustworthy.

    • sara

      Santorum is trustworthy to raise the debt ceiling (x 5 already), vote for Unions (against the right to work) and I really like his foreign policy... maybe we can invade cuba soon, as he suggested in the last debate.

      • Tigerfred1

        Well put. I guess I'll stick with Gingrich until someone better emerges. Wish they would focus more on issues pertinent to 2012. I say cut taxes 5% across the board from 2010's final amount spent, and increase taxes 1% across the board, all surplus goes toward debt reduction. In two years, cut 3% of spending and increase taxes across the board 2%. Then in two more years, 3% reduction in spending and 3% increase across the board. Then evaluate where we are budget wise, and move forward accordingly.
        Who do you support for the repub nominee?

        • Gabriel

          Ron Paul, that's who. Cut 30% from the budget first year. Under your plan, the debt would get to some $22 trillion before the budget would balance, but then the interst on the debt would be $1.5 trillion per year. So it still wouldn't be balanced actually Some of you may fear Pauls foreign policy stance, personally I FEAR ALL THE OTHER CANDIDATES FISCAL POLICIES FAR MORE. No money means no military at all.

        • upaces88

          I have two people in mind. There is a "mention" of one which, by the way, should be shouted to the roof tops!
          Col. WEST!!!!
          The other one is Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer who has balls the size of grapefruits!

    • Earle Belle

      WHAT???? Bizarre!!!! Why Did The Nephew of Rick Santorum Endorse Another GOP Candidate & Call Santorum His "Big Government Uncle Rick"?

      Who Is Rick Santorum?

      National Right To Work Asks: Is Rick Santorum Really A Union Stooge?
      Club For Growth FACT CHECK Confirms Santorum A “Big-Government Conservative”!

      Fraud & Betrayal From Another Shocking Big Government Pretend Conservative Hypocrite Exposed:

      Liberal Rick Santorum & How He Supported Controversial, Big Government, Anti-Gun, Pro-Abortion Candidates & Helped Pass ObamaCare:

      Santorum Supported Individual Healthcare Mandate (From Pennsylvania’s The Morning Callnewspaper, May 2, 1994): “Santorum and Watkins would require individuals to buy health insurance rather than forcing employers to pay for employee benefits.”

      Now Santorum Even Flip-Flops On "Audit The Fed"!
      How Gingrich, Romney, & Obama All Promote Big Government:

      • Tigerfred1

        And whom do you suggest?

        • klesb

          I like "None of the Above"!

        • Evaluator

          I like Michelle Bachman, but unfortunately she dropped out to soon. Check your favorite candidate's name/New World Order on Google or YouTube and see what their views are. You should also Google/YouTube Candidates Name/Agenda 21 to see what their views really are on property rights. Sobering reading/viewing. BTW, George Sorass is a member of the Bildenberg group, which supports Agenda 21. Regarding our choice, it's really scarry. Who is to say that the next President has already been "Preselected" for us, much like Obama seems to have been. There is no way in H$ll that you or I coud erase our past. There would be fragments somewhere, or someone who knew us in school, etc. How did a junior senator from Illinois, whose only accomplishment in life was a community organizer, rise to
          prominence without a GREAT deal of outside influence and money from the puppet masters.

        • upaces88

          I noooo. I realllly liked her!

      • upaces88

        Rick stole his high school football jacket AND his sweetheart; and he has had a grudge alll these years LOL

    • @Judy113

      I agree. Rick Santorum is getting better but I don't see him as a leader yet. I think he needs a few more years to mature into a good leader. Character does count...and so does forgiveness. Not man's forgiveness, for most of us will never get it, but God's forgiveness. I believe Gingrich when he said he sought God's forgiveness, and I believe God forgives every sinner who humbles himself before Him and honestly asks for forgiveness. We need to ask God for discernment, wisdom, courage and faith to elect the people He wants us to have to fulfill His plan for us. I also believe that God is withdrawing His hand of protection from our country because of our moral decline and unbelieving spirit, and we are reaping His judgement on us.

      • Ronda

        Well said! My thoughts exactly.

      • Tigerfred1

        You are right on all counts, Judy. The other side doesn't see it. Never will. We all want a complete candidate, and there is none. So, we have to pick the best to deal with the immediate issues. I wonder if Newt isn't our Winson Churchill to get us through the next four years. Then bring in someone else, just like the British did in WW II. I really don't care for any onth them, but all would be infinitely better than what we have. But the need to stop cutting each other up. And the Paulbots need to get a little more rational on policies outside of the realm of the Fed. TEA Party...yes. Ron Paul...hell no.

      • upaces88

        He seems like a really good man. Have you taken that little test on all of the issues with Bachman, Newt, Ron, Perry, Santorum all listed to see who is a fit for you?

        I did come up with Bachman and Santorum. AS we know Bachman dropped out and Santorum????

    • Sashamanda

      Santorum was the first in the debates to claim that Gingrich was fined and forced to resign because of the ethics charges. He had to have known that wasn't true, because he claimed earlier that he got into politics because of Newt. If character counts, Santorum shouldn't have lied for his own advancement.

      • upaces88

        That was one of his "learning experiences" I hope HE DID learn from.

    • Carolyn Green

      How many of you have checked Santorum's past voting records? He is FOR War and Ron isn't. Haven't we spent enough on WAR and lost really patriotic and dedicated service people? Isn't it past time to build back America and use that money for putting us back to work?

    • TruthWFree

      I like him too. He is really coming across as a man of principle.

  • Jerry

    The worst thing Reagan agreed to was a tax hike with the promised spending cuts of 3 dollars for every dollar increase. He forgot his own principle, "Trust but verify." I remember those Reagan years and the important role Gingrich played along with some fellow Republicans in the House in promoting the conservative cause. The establishment Republicans (with a progressive bent) want to bring Newt down precisely because of the fact that he did bring real change in a balanced budget, Welfare reform, etc. You can't be a wimp or fail to make enemies on both sides of the aisle in D.C. and actually change anything in the direction of reform and smaller government. We aren't going to win that battle overnight, but we need a person who is capable of doing it. Newt has.

    • AlleyOops75

      Amen in spades.

  • tod

    newtogetrich and rob-mey are both New World Order CROOKS !!! Dr.Ron Paul 2012 for the ONLY PROVEN HONEST(for Well Over 30 Years)God Fearing Patriot running for President,PERIOD !!!

    • realtalk

      You are correct sir. Anyone that denies this is living under a rock.

    • http://va JBinGB

      Nah,RP will insure obama a second term

    • sandra

      tod, please give some examples of how Newt is involved in the NWO. I have been trying to find this info on all candidates. You have to dig deep to find this sometimes, but I have found some links to Romney. Where would I find the info on Newt?

  • hungry4food4u

    Give a Hoot Root for NEWT !!!!!!!!

    Mitts Lying

    MITTS LYING What really happened in NEWTS ethic case

    Romney Shanks Medicare gets tagged .... Ha typical of a Man who says it was not his fault it was his Blind Trusts Fault .
    Romney On Board Damon Laboratories Bain Capital Portfolio Company Fined 120 Million 1996 Medicare Fraud.

    Romney doing Business with Iran after Bush said Iran part of Axis of Evil
    In 2004, Bain & Co.’s Italian Branch Was Hired By National Iranian Oil Company To Conduct Study On“How To Make The Bureaucratic State Company More Efficient.”

    Did you know Newt's Moon idea is Very valuable for energy development in Helium 3 ????

  • just sayin

    Once the Obama campaign begins, you'd better be ready for much of the same. Lies mean nothing to him. He will use them. We will need someone who is used to standing up to lies and fighting back and Newt is the one who can do it. Why do you think he had trouble with Republican establishment politicians? He took a dive for the Republicans to stop the incessant nagging from the Democrats. It did not end, the target just changed and always will. It is their practice and policy. Most people just won't admit this! It's similar to the way Sarah Palin left to allow the focus of their vitriol to get off the Republican Party. They don't stop, they just have to re-gather their energy and attack a new target! Don't be stupid!



    • LibertyPhysics


  • Jerry f.

    Truth behind the attacks on Newt,that's the problem,there is no truth behind the attacks.

  • Not A Mushroom

    Instead of ripping each other apart so none of the oponents to Obama will ever get elected. We need to have truth about what each canadate will do for our coultry. We know what all the past presidents did or did not do and it won't make a difference in 2012. People's votes are bought by the free handouts they receive, the illegal voting priviledges and receiving incorrect information. Is there anyone out there willing to tell the truth, willing to take a stand and stop beating up each other with a better lie. When are we goung to get it. Our Contry, Our very lives, Our Constitution and Freedom is onr the line.

    • Carolyn

      yes, and his name is Ron Paul!!!

  • Tom

    Learn about the true Newt the internationalist and Socialist

  • Catholic Glasses

    I will vote for a moral man for president. Not a fast talker.

    • Scarbender

      Looks like you won't be voting.

    • AlleyOops75

      Good luck in finding one...perhaps in a Salt Lake City Temple where no one is allowed other than Mormons? They'll take your money but they wont allow you inside their temple to hear the Tabernacle Choir. Of course they, the Mormons, have no objection to you buying their CDs.

  • Larry Dee

    The ethics violations that Newt was supposed to have committed was a democrat plot to get even with him for Clintons impeachment and another ethics violation thing only thistime with a Dem SOTH. The Newt charges were all thrown out as being false except one and it should have been. Your brouser will give you the details on this info if you will bother to search for it instead of blindly buying everything that is put out.

    • Gailyn in Louisiana

      You have it so right. The reason the establishment rhinos don't want Newt is because they know he will shake the tree and that is exactly what is needed. Shake that tree so hard all the nuts fall out.

  • Mike

    As a lifetime conservative the most important aspect of the coming election is defeating obama. Newt despite is rhetoric is a disaster not only for the party but for the country. If you want to win the debares against obama and lose the election then newt is the answer. If we are interested in defeating obams then romeny with a good conservative such as rubio,or santorum. We are attempting to elect a president for the country not for a republican debate team!!! So called cionservatives who support newt must have a hidden agenda of wanting to have obama re-elected so they will have 4 more years to rant and rave while he totally destroys and brings about the collapse of our once great nation. America needs to be restored ti its greatness and represnet what we as American conservatives are all about, and newt would be the last person to do that. He debates well, tallks a good game plan howwver his personal life and much of his background is a disaster. As conservatives we need to put our country first and do whatever it takes to defeat obama and not get caught up in newt's koolaid!

    • AlleyOops75

      If you think the hem hawing Romney can't stay in the same room with Obama, I've got some beach land outside Phoenix, AZ that I would like to offer to you....When Romney was confronted about his federal income tax returns, he turned red in the face and couldn't give a coherent response....This guy is a left of center republican that is backed by the GOP establishment, the same establishment that gave us John McPain, er, ah, McCain in 2008....Guys like Phil Bennett, Karl Rove, Dick Morris, Bill O'Reilly and many, many others...Nominating Willard Romney with his offshore Swiss & Cayman Island bank accounts will be smoking gun that assures Obama of four more years.

    • Gailyn

      Romney is just a white Obama so if i have to choose between the two why bother voting at all. The only difference with Romney is he is white.

  • Diane Maddox

    Romney is just another excuse for Obama Care and personal interest promotion. Santorum is a conservative but does not have the ability to beat Obama at this point in his career. Yes Newt has made mistakes but if God forgives, who are we not to, and he has the experience to take down our very poor excuse for a president. Vote Newt for a return to the America we all love and value.

  • Richie

    Enter tThis is an audio of an interview by a woman who grew up in the Mormon church with a dad who was a Bishop. (She has since left the church) She explains the real intent behind Romney "needing" to become president. It's worth listening to. It starts with music and an intro so be patient. These were things we were told when we lived in AZ back in the 80's and she confirms them.
    ext right here!

    • marionbmc

      Nothing about the Mormon Church at this link!!

  • ed france

    Both Newt and Romney claim to want smaller government, less spending and a return to more liberty Plus get the economy back on track . I think they both mean it. Which one can really get it done? Who has the most experience and success in their private life. I think the answer is obvious

  • realtalk

    Nevermind the fact that Newt is a progressive which he himself admits. Nevermind the.fact that Newt's heroes were FDR and Wilson. You know... The two big government presidents. I thought Americans would have learned from the Obama experience about progressive policies... Yet here we are again hanging on every speech, pathetic. The owners of the media have you all fooled yet again. Goldman Sachs owns you all. Want your constitution back? Vote Ron Paul.

  • Bernie

    Darrell Maynard , You are right we ask the Lord for forgiveness and by His Grace we are forgiven. Newt is forgiven. Sadly, because of his affairs and the sealed ethics report if nominated there will be an October surprise and Obama will be re elected. With God he is forgiven but people don't forget like the Lord does. Newt has also continued to prove he is a big government progressive. As I have prayed for him and about this election I continue to receive the word deception. I have to trust what the Lord is giving me. I don't believe Newt will bring this Country back to the Lord. He is more full of himself than he has allowed God to be in him. Listening to Rick and Mitt's answer in the debate about the role that the Lord would play in their decisions as President, there was no doubt they loved the Lord. Newt sounded like he was saying what he thought Christians wanted to hear. I don't say these things as judgments, but as my own perceptions as I seek the Holy Spirit for guidance.

    • Gin7

      Mitt really proves how much he "loves the Lord" with his lies & dirty attacks!! "I have never heard the ad". "I am Mitt Romney and I approve this message"!

    • AlleyOops75

      You write an entire paragraph knocking Gingrich for a loop and then you close by saying "I don't say these things as judgements, but as my own perceptions as I seek the Holy Spirit for guidance." Perceptions and judgements have identical meanings...Brother, you can't have it both ways.

  • Tammy

    Integrity is not Mr. Gingrich's strong suite. And all we have to do is look back to his endorsement of Dede Scozzafava over the actual conservative, Doug Hoffman. SELL OUT.

    Yes, I'd vote for a french fry before I'd vote for Obama. But we can do better than Gingrich and Romney.

    I wish people would give Santorum the time and recognition he deserves in this race.

    • AlleyOops75

      Santorum might have a future in the GOP but now is not the time...His home state of PA is a critical swing state and they defeated Santorum when he sought reelection to the senate.

      • Sashamanda

        Given Santorum's lies about Newt's ethics charges, being forced to resign, and being fined $300,000, I don't think Santorum is the paragon of virtue you believe he is.

  • Dilbert

    Intellectually impaired. The Republican party and the elite media want Romney who will never beat Obama. Newt forgot
    more than many of them. If they don't get off this b.s. they are going to lose the election. I am a 48 year Republican and
    have never witnessed the below the belt fighting that Romney has produced, he is as bad as Obama. If you want a
    continuation of Obama you can vote for either of them and that's what you are going to get. You can't outwit stupidity and
    they are falling into the trap of letting the mainstream media pick the candidate while Obama walzes to a second term!
    Wake up!

    • AlleyOops75


    • upaces88

      Dilbert, that really disturbed me that Romney was being shoved up where the sun doesn't shine by both the Media and the WH. Gave me the willies..

    • Sashamanda

      Good job!

  • Joyce

    Mike, Good post. If you want to know what REALLY happened on the inside while Newt was Speaker of the House, ask the opinions of those who WORKED DIRECTLY with him in Congress. In no way can Newt DEFEND his behavior for taking money from Freddie Mac and say that he did NOT KNOW they were about to go "over the cliff" and nearly bring this country to it's knees financially. He continued to take money from them (in whatever capacity he now claims) even though people had been warning about what was about to happen, including Senator Santorum, many others & President Bush.

    • AlleyOops75

      Joyce, who are you kidding....Freddie Mac & Fannie Mae are quasi government entities while at the same time they are publicly held corporations and their stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange...After the housing bubble broke due to sub standard loans being allowed to any Tom, Dick or Harry that came along and with government bailouts of Freddie & Fannie, no wonder they would seek the advice of Newt's company...Even then, they refused to heed his advice...sounds familiar doesn't it when Obama asked Bowles & Simpson to come up with ways of saving government money...the advise by these two prominent men met upon deaf ears.

  • Earle Belle

    Newt Gingrich? Really?

    Newt Gingrich: Serial Hypocrisy?

    Gingrich would be worse than Obama on Foreign Policy:

    National Debt Grew by $1 Trillion When Gingrich was Speaker of the House: From Treasury
    · In 1994, the year before Gingrich become Speaker the National Debt was $4, 693 trillion
    · In 1995, the year he become speaker the debt was $4,974 trillion
    · In 1996 the debt was $ 5,225 trillion
    · In 1997 the debt was $5,413 trillion
    · In 1998– the last year of his speakership– the debt was $5,526 trillion

    Gingrich Supported Goldwater? Newt Helped Reagan End the Cold War? Said Newt Gingrich in the Tampa Debate: “I went to a Goldwater organizing session in 1964. I met with Ronald Reagan for the first time in 1974. I worked with Jack Kemp, and Art Laffer and others to develop supply side economics in the late ’70s. I helped Governor Reagan become President Reagan. I helped pass the Reagan economic program and worked with the National Security Council on issues including the collapse of the Soviet Empire…” Said Gingrich before: On Reagan’s decision to meet with Mikhail Gorbachev, Salon’s Glenn Greenwald notes: “Newt Gingrich… denounced President Reagan’s rapprochement with Gorbachev in 1985 as potentially “the most dangerous summit for the West since Adolf Hitler met with Chamberlain in 1938 at Munich.”

    Shockingly Massive Evidence That Newt Gingrich is Far From Being A Conservative!

    Gingrich Condemned How Reagan Ended the Cold War: Newt says he helped Reagan defeat the Soviet Union. Was that before or after he said this? Reports BBC: In 1985… Mr. Gingrich referred to a meeting between Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev as “the most dangerous summit for the West since Adolf Hitler met with Chamberlain in 1938 at Munich”.

    • Gin7

      Earl, do you work for Drudge? Looks like "drudge dump" to me!

  • Robert Cromwell

    I'm only interested in what Ron Paul has to say the others are a waste of my time.

    • upaces88

      You're in the wrong discussion. This isn't about Ron Paul.

    • Oliver Cromwell

      That's what's wrong with you paulbots, you only listen to Ron Paul

  • Earle Belle

    How Gingrich, Romney, & Obama All Promote Big Government:

    Mitt Romney Keeps Defending the Individual Mandate:

    The Romney Con Exposed:

    Rush Limbaugh: Romney Is Not Mr. Conservative!

    Why Did A Former Romney Campaigner Defect to Another Candidate?

    Study: On Spending Cuts, Most GOP Candidates Light On Details; Who Isn't?:

    Another great place for information on the candidates is The Conservative Scorecard, which is an easy-to-read description on the strength of the candidates on key conservative positions. The ratings are based on their prior statements and positions over their political careers. It can be found here:

  • Red Rock

    You Media will push for all the Garabage they can dig up . Or make it look as if it is garabage.
    Therefore how can you run a honest Campain when you have Disney , Pushing all the headlines.

    • Tink

      You are dead on, Red Rock. Wolf was trying to get a fight started between Newt and Mitt. He didn't want to debate the issues. He wanted to talk about the personal charges between the two. Wolf and CNN get an F in my book. The best debate was the one Hucklebee put on. He would not allow the canidates to critacize each other. Newt does have some baggage but he is sharp enough to overcome it, if people will stop lying about him. He is smart enough to solve some of the problems facing this nation. I will vote for anyone runing aginst Obama and his Chicago Politics. I am pulling for Newt.

      • http://va JBinGB

        Yes Sir,Go Newt or barring that A B O

  • SRP

    The foundation of Liberty is godly self-government. The more a person governs himself, the less he has to be governed. The less a person governs himself, the more he must be governed. How can a person -- like Newt -- who has repeatedly demonstrated his inability to govern his own behavior ever be capable of leading our whole nation toward genuine Liberty?
    And who here believes that having as First Lady of the United States a woman who thinks having sex with another woman's husband is just fine is a good idea?

  • politiJim

    If Gingrich was so anti-Reagan, how is it that Nancy and Michael - family that has exhibited maybe an even over protection of Reagan's legacy - participating in "passing the torch" from Ronnie to Newt? Moreover, how is it that Gingrich left office leading Congress to a 60% approval rating (from a 20% when he took over as Speaker) if he created so much damage?

    (Newt vs Mitt stats of what they DID - not what they said - here:

    Santorum is a good guy, Paul is truly wonderful on economic issues - but I think we should consider finally taking the party away from the elite statists, and finally completing what Regan started over 30 years ago.

  • Bernie

    Dilbert, You need to wake up! The Portly, Pompous, Progressive cannot beat Obama because they have too much on him and will leak everything sealed in the ethics report in October! Newt has too much baggage and the Dems will open the suitcase and expose everything in it! I wished the Tea Party had stood up for Rick, but they relabeled Newt a Conservative and relabeling does not make it so. Now there is all this division and Newt is as much the fault because of his record as the establishment is. The new mantra that Newt is not establishment is a joke. He didn't spend all those years in DC not being establishment. He can't un ring that bell!

    • SAM

      I think everything on obama should be leaked as well. How his baggage has been covered up! Dump it all out there. |If you want obama in the WH for another 4, then nominate someone weak who cannot debate strongly with him, I think Santorum and Romney are good men but do not have the strength in the debates that Gingrich has. REMEMBER: THE GOAL IS TO GET RID OF obama.

  • Ultor

    There is too many twinkle toed-hand holding-historical revisionists troweling out the prattle of the Rockefeler Steak-tartare crowd while believing that they are being anti-establishment. If you are reading "Godfather Politics" you had meat and potato's last night for dinner just like me, not the rich-elitist tid-bits consumed by Romney, Dole, Coulter, and "the Boahner." Romney can afford to buy the GOP nomination assisted by every RINO in the US Congress, but Romney who is funded by the Mormon Bank, Bain Capitol, and numerous off-shore accounts cannot beat the media oligarchy. Once they (the establishment) are sure Romney has the nomination, his religion will become the issue, and it is a huge issue.
    1. treatment of women
    2. treatment of people of color
    3. collection of data on individuals not members
    4. baptizing Jews postmortem
    5. child abuse on both boys and girls
    6. excommunication
    7. secretiveness of the Mormon society
    8. treatment of homosexuals
    9. "Oath of vengeance against the United States" for killing the "prophets"
    10. 43% of Americans "will not vote for a Mormon for President of the United States"
    Republicans cannot raise these issues because the first person to do so will be labeled intolerant - the DNC combined with the national press, and every university professor, will use it then and they are preparing for it now. Romney is absolutely NOT going to be President of the United States.

    • upaces88

      I AM going to get blasted for this -- go ahead -- thumb me down.
      The first time I saw Romney speak? I shook my head back and forth with a realllly bad feeling about him. He gave me the "willies".

    • upaces88

      You are 100% correct.

      When you join their church, and perhaps you didn't like your mother (or father or a sibling) for what ever reasons.
      You certainly didn't want to be around them in life -- so why in hell would you want to be with them for all eternity.

      • upaces88

        "addition" ---- AFTER they die!!!! You'd meet them in heaven? OMG!

  • AlleyOops75

    Newt was able to get rid of Speaker from TX, Jim Wright, on ethics charges and then all hell broke loose on both sides of the aisle and all energy was used to take down Speaker Gingrich.

  • Ultor

    “We will trample down our enemies and make it one gore of blood from the Rocky Mountains to the Atlantic Ocean. I will be to this generation a second Mohamed whose motto in trading for peace was the Koran or the sward, so shall it be with us.” Joseph Smith Jr. (30 wives)
    “I do not have a wife that I would not put a javelin through her heart for laying with my brother, and I would do so with clear hands.” Brigham Young (40 wives)
    "My faith is a private matter." Willard Mitt Romney (wives ?)
    LDS - "And the Gospel of Jesus Christ shall be declared among them; wherefore, ...their scales of darkness shall begin to fall from their eyes; and many generations shall not pass away among them, save THEY SHALL BE A WHITE AND A DELIGHTSOME PEOPLE. " Book of Mormon (1830 edition), 2 Nephi, Chapter XII, p. 117, emphasis added. Note: This passage from the original Book of Mormon has subsequently been altered by Mormonism's leaders. The Book of Mormon, 2 Nephi 30:6, now reads: "they shall be a PURE and a delightsome people." Substituting "pure" for "white" seems to indicate that Mormonism considers those two words to be interchangeable.
    .[W]orthy males of all races can now receive the Melchizedek Priesthood.... It means that members of all races may now be married in the temple, although INTERRACIAL MARRIAGES ARE DISCOURAGED by the Brethren...." LDS "Apostle" Bruce McConkie, Mormon Doctrine, pp. 526-528, 1979
    Good luck with the "Romney" issue America. You can run from it now because it makes you uncomfortable, but never for one second believe the Obama machine is scared of reminding you what is really in your candidates heart.

  • Rentschmeister

    Newt Gingrich is a Progressive Republican, pure and simple (just like Mitt Romney). He is the Republican version of Barack Obama. He thinks that he has better ideas on how to make big, fat bloated Government work than the Progressives on the Left do. I'm not sure why this stuff is so hard to figure out. He is a Big Government Toadie that will say whatever he thinks the crowd in front of him wants him to say. Has everyone forgotten how much of a disgrace he was when we ran him out of his position as Speaker? Remember folks it was REPUBLICANS who voted Newt out, NOT Democrats.

    • AlleyOops75

      You are most certainly entitled to your opinions and have every right to support whom you think would make the best POTUS but you don't have the right to make false statements...It was both sides of the aisle that brought Newt to his knees...And why did they do it...simply said, Newt brought about some very important changes to our system of government; Newt was the leader of the house when we had four balanced budgets (none since) and he was speaker when he convinced both sides that the welfare system had to be changed for the better....When you get someone in office who upsets the status quo, who steps on some pork belly congressman's toes, there's going to be an adverse reaction...that's what happened to Newt.

      • Rentschmeister

        How old are you? 12? You obviously don't recall the 90's.
        From the article: "GINGRICH STEPS DOWN IN FACE OF REBELLION" Washington Post, Saturday, November 7, 1998;
        "Rep. Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.), the charismatic soul of the Republican Revolution whose members turned on him after unexpected losses in Tuesday's election, announced yesterday he will quit as speaker of the House."

        Gosh, don't see any Democrats on the list of names included in the article. Would you like me to post them? Didn't realize that the Minority Party had a say in who the Majority picked as Speaker...........maybe you'd share that info with the class? Or perhaps we could get into the down and dirty where Newt's "Balanced Budget" nonsense is just that. Nonsense. Taking from Social Security to say the Budget is balanced is a fraud........just like that disgusting Progressive Newt Gingrich.

        The TRUTH is out there, instead of being a schill for a Progressive Republican, why not go out and try to find some?

        "False Statements" Indeed.

        • AlleyOops75

          Yes, we've all heard that ole stale argument before that the SS fund was used to get to a balanced budget...I stand by my statement with regard to Newt, that he did more than any speaker other than Tip O'Neil to change the direction our country has taken...admittedly, it was short lived as the subsequent speakers have all caved in to the wishes of the politically correct bunch which includes the ole guard establishment GOP and their regressive minions...I had much better have a progressive as our leader than a regressive who believes in maintaining the status quo or worse...BTW, my date of birth is 5/8/1929 how about yours youngin?

      • Rentschmeister

        From The Blaze (a CONSERVATIVE News Webpage!!!)

        "Gingrich Flashback: ‘Progressive’ FDR Was ‘Greatest President of the 20th Century’ (Plus – SEIU’s Andy Stern Is Visionary Union Leader!)"

        Watch the videos on the link, reread the quotes, it's ALL YUMMY PROGRESSIVE RINO PAP!!!

        Is there ANYTHING yummier than a Big, Fat Bloated Progressive roasted over an open fire(of Conservative opinion of course)? I think not.

      • AlleyOops75

        Anyone who relies on the Washington Post or the New York Times for their facts is more than likely to be fed misinformation...& yes both sides of the aisle were instrumental in Newt's demise.

        • Rentschmeister

          Is this your sad, desperate attempt to spin the argument (much like your Progressive Hero Newt)? You've got nothing in regards to facts...................................while I've got the entire scope of the Progressive ideology of the Big, Fat, Bloated Government loving Newt to choose from?

          Good Ol'Newt, he just LOVES him some Big, Fat, Bloated Government!!!!

          Seriously, there is almost 30 years of Progressive Newt loving him some Bloated Oppressive Government!!

  • Bill - Chicago

    All of the abovecomments railing against the former speaker are so clueless you can not find your fannies with your own two hands.
    Rommney will be and /or is a George Soroes(sp) clown dancing to G S's tune the same as obama is. I would highly recommendall of you read the five reasons for the decline and Fall of the Roman Empire (Edward Gibson) and ask your self if this reflect what is going on in our country today. You will be the people responsable for obama getting a second chance to destroy America. God help us all !
    Bill - Chicago

    • Rentschmeister

      The HILARIOUS bit is where you think Newt "Third Wave" Gingrich is different than Mitt Romney!!! You do realize that Gingrich is a guy who said that Woodrow Wilson and FDR are his political heroes, right? Newt said that FDR was the GREATEST President of the 20th Century. Newt has labelled HIMSELF a "Progressive"............................and you want to talk about how bad Romney is? Talk about not being able to see the forest thru the trees...........sad, very sad.

      "God help us all" Indeed.

      • AlleyOops75

        I think Newt is right about FDR and so do most doesn't mean that Newt believed in the policies of FDR, just that Roosevelt came along at a very important time in our history...a time that required firm leadership...a time that required a leader who could keep this nation in an upbeat frame of mind during the greatest war in our history...That's what Newt and most historians are talking about when the place FDR among the top ten of all our presidents.

  • Rentschmeister

    In 1994, Gingrich described himself as "a conservative futurist". He said that those who were trying to define him should look no farther than "The Third Wave", a 1980 book written by Alvin Toffler. The book describes our society as entering a post-industrial phase in which abortion, homosexuality, promiscuity, and divorce are perfectly normal, even virtuous. Toffler penned a letter to America's "founding parents," in which he said: "The system of government you fashioned, including the principles on which you based it, is increasingly obsolete, and hence increasingly, if inadvertently, oppressive and dangerous to our welfare. It must be radically changed and a new system of government invented---a democracy for the 21st century." He went on to describe our constitutional system as one that "served us so well for so long, and that now must, in its turn, die and be replaced." Do you follow so far?

    • AlleyOops75

      Anything wrong with looking toward the future...much better than living in the miserable past of the 60s forward.

      • Rentschmeister

        Newt embraces: ""The system of government you fashioned, including the principles on which you based it, is increasingly obsolete, and hence increasingly, if inadvertently, oppressive and dangerous to our welfare. It must be radically changed and a new system of government invented---a democracy for the 21st century." He went on to describe our constitutional system as one that "served us so well for so long, and that now must, in its turn, die and be replaced."

        And YOUR response is "Anything wrong with looking toward the future"?!?!?!?

        My, you are quite the good little Progressive, aren't you? You, Barack Obama, Newt Gingrich, Mitt Romney, Teddy Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, Karl Marx...................keep up the good work!

        Sooner or later you'll get Big, Fat, Bloated Government to craft man into "Perfection", right Mr.Progressive?

        I seriously want to thank you for illustrating my point as to why you and your Progressive Comraden are anything but Conservative.

        • AlleyOops75

          Now I get it, when you're fed the truth and the truth begins to hurt you, your retaliation is the same as all who get caught making innuendos and half truths and statements with no truths at all...I've finally gotten it through my thick head, you're a Ron Paul, libertarian supporter...I should have known.

        • Rentschmeister

          You don't even know what Progressive's are, do you? When people like Hillary Clinton and Newt Gingrich proudly proclaim that they are PROGRESSIVE. That word has meaning. Since you're really shaky on the whole "Conservatism" versus "Progressivism" fight that is going on in this Country, let me attempt to clue you in.
          Barry Goldwater was a CONSERVATIVE. David Rockefeller was a PROGRESSIVE.
          ONE person elevates the rights of the INDIVIDUAL over the State. ONE person elevates the power of the STATE over the individual (PROGRESSING from all those "Individual Rights" nonsense, right?)

          I want to thank you again for illustrating why people like you clamor to Progressive Scum like Gingrich. By the way, I wouldn't vote for Ron Paul if someone put a gun to my head. He is JUST AS DANGEROUS as the Progressive Gingrich but for a completely different reason.

  • Rentschmeister

    When asked what he believed in, he pointed people to the ideology of Alvin Toffler. In fact, Newt WROTE THE FORWARD to Toffler's book, "Creating a New Civilization: The Politics of the Third Wave". Do you understand what that means? He's not just a "Fan", he was committed enough to the "Third Wave" to add his voice in support of Toffler's ideology. In 1995, he gave a speech at the Center for Strategic and International Affairs: "The American challenge in leading the world is compounded by our Constitution," he said. "Under our [constitutional system] — either we're going to have to rethink our Constitution, or we're going to have to rethink our process of decision-making." He went on to profess an oxymoronic belief in "very strong but limited federal government," and pledged, "I am for the United Nations."

    ANYONE with an Internet Search engine can find the long list of absurd, Progressive bilge that Gingrich has spewed over the years. Yet people who claim to be "Conservative" label him "Conservative" as well..........?

  • Rentschmeister

    At some point as Conservatives, we are going to have to be 100% honest about who and what our belief system is built upon. Are we stupid enough to believe that if we do business with people who have sworn to murder us for not believing in their so called "God" that everything will just work it self out and they'll leave us alone? Are we stupid enough to believe that if we keep appointing leaders whose CORE ideology is NO DIFFERENT than that of our Political Enemies that everything will work itself out and our leaders will magically reflect our Conservative belief system instead of who they truly are? Will these Big, Fat, Bloated Government Supporters (as long as that Government is run THEIR WAY) NOT keep moving the Nation we love further and further towards the Leftist cliff that we seem destined to fall off of? Or will these Big, Fat, Bloated Government Progressives on the Right WILLINGLY divest themselves of the power they have amassed and give the reins of our Nation back to THE PEOPLE whom this Nation was actually built for instead?

    What has the history of our Nation under the stewardship of these Progressives on the Right shown us on that note so far? Hmmm......Teddy Roosevelt (who started the ball rolling) down thru Nixon, Ford, H.W. Bush, W. Bush...............when will we say ENOUGH is ENOUGH?

    • AlleyOops75

      Why don't you give us the source of this blather...could it come from the left wing media matters or perhaps the Daily KOS?

      • Rentschmeister

        So is this you admitting that you don't have the testicular fortitude to actually do the work that those of us who want the truth have already done? Is something as BASIC as Googling:

        "Alvin Toffler Newt Gingrich"

        beyond your scope? Big, Fat Progressive's like your boy Newt tend to run their mouths quite a bit. There is literally DECADES of Newt Gingrich talking about and PROUDLY proclaiming himself a Progressive. Now, I've posted the basic entry for your Google Search, would you like the actual links next or the DIRECT QUOTES from your Progressive Hero?

      • Rentschmeister

        From the article: "GINGRICH STEPS DOWN IN FACE OF REBELLION" Washington Post, Saturday, November 7, 1998;
        "Rep. Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.), the charismatic soul of the Republican Revolution whose members turned on him after unexpected losses in Tuesday's election, announced yesterday he will quit as speaker of the House."

        Gosh, don't see any Democrats on the list of names included in the article. Would you like me to post them? Didn't realize that the Minority Party had a say in who the Majority picked as Speaker...........maybe you'd share that info with the class? Or perhaps we could get into the down and dirty where Newt's "Balanced Budget" nonsense is just that. Nonsense. Taking from Social Security to say the Budget is balanced is a fraud........just like that disgusting Progressive Newt Gingrich.

        The TRUTH is out there, instead of being a schill for a Progressive Republican, why not go out and try to find some?

        "False Statements" Indeed.

      • Rentschmeister

        From "The Blaze" (a -----GASP!!!!!------ CONSERVATIVE news site):

        "Gingrich Flashback: ‘Progressive’ FDR Was ‘Greatest President of the 20th Century’ (Plus – SEIU’s Andy Stern Is Visionary Union Leader!)"

        The quotes, the video, it's all on the Net for the world to see. You can GOOGLE: "Newt Gingrich is a PROGRESSIVE"
        and you get ----------60,100,000------------- pages of results. Results that anyone who has been paying attention for 30 years knows already.

        If you want a big heaping plate of Big, Fat, Progressive Government, Newt Gingrich is YOUR GUY. His record shows it again and again and again and again. He'll toss REAL Conservatives a couple bones to keep you quiet and then he'll stab you in the back like the Big, Fat Government loving Progressive he is.

  • Bernie

    The Portly, Pompous, Progressive cannot beat Obama because they have too much on him and will leak everything sealed in the ethics report in October! Newt has too much baggage and the Dems will open the suitcase and expose everything in it! I wished the Tea Party had stood up for Rick, but they relabeled Newt a Conservative and relabeling does not make it so. Now there is all this division and Newt is as much the fault because of his record as the establishment is. The new mantra that Newt is not establishment is a joke. He didn't spend all those years in DC not being establishment. He can't un ring that bell! Newt may be a sometimes good debater, but all the debates in the world won't stop the left from an October surprise and the media will beat him up! Besides, does anyone think that there will be this many debates with Obama? Not a chance. So Newt's debate skills will not be a factor in winning in November.

  • SgPoyzer

    Get serious, here's Newt's record by his own doing!
    A history Lesson on Newt Gingrich!

    05/04/1979 - He voted for a federal land grab that put tens of millions of acres of land in the hands of Washington bureaucrats.

    09/20/1979 - He voted to raise the debt ceiling for the first time.

    09/27/1979 - He voted to establish the Federal Department of Education.

    06/04/1980 - He voted to raise the debt ceiling for the second time.

    02/05/1981 - He voted to raise the debt ceiling for the third time.

    06/28/1984 - He voted to raise the debt ceiling for the fourth time.

    04/02/1987 - He cosponsored the 1987 Fairness Doctrine (anti 1st Amendment legislation)

    02/22/1989 - He cosponsored the Global Warming Prevention Act of 1989.

    03/--/1993 - He was "passionately in favor" of sending $1.6 Billion in foreign aid to Russia.

    11/19/1993 - He voted for the NAFTA Implementation Act.

    11/27/1994 - He supported the GATT Treaty giving sovereignty to the U.N.

    04/10/1995 - He supported Federal taxdollars being spent on abortions.

    06/--/1995 - He wrote the foreword to a book about tearing down the U.S. Constitution and implementing a Fascist World Government.

    08/27/1995 - He suggests that drug smuggling should carry a death sentence.

    01/06/1996 - He himself conceived a secret CIA mission to topple the Iranian leadership.

    • AlleyOops75

      One liners out of context sounds like something coming out of the Democrat's play book.

  • jerry gieseler

    Sic them newt. Make them toe the line. Better yet hold their feet to the fire

  • SgPoyzer

    04/18/1996 - He voted for Federal restrictions on laser sighting devices.

    04/25/1996 - Voted for the single largest increase on Federal education spending ($3.5 Billion)

    06/01/1996 - He helped a "Clinton Clone" Democrat switch parties in an attempt to defeat constitutionalist Ron Paul in the 1996 election.

    09/16/1996 - He voted for the anti-gun Brady Campaign’s Lautenberg Gun Ban, which took away gun rights for people involved in certain misdemeanors.

    09/25/1996 - Introduced H.R. 4170, demanded life-sentence or execution for someone bringing 2 ounces of marijuana across the border.

    09/28/1996 - He voted for the "Gun Free School Zones Act" which resulted in schools being easier targets for shooters, and disarming law-abiding citizens.

    --/--/1996 - He earned a "D" rating from the Gun Owners of America.

    01/22/1997 - Congress gave him a record-setting $300,000 fine for ethical wrongdoing.

    11/05/1998 - He resigned from his House seat three days after being elected to his 11th term.

    10/13/2005 - He called for "universal but confidential" DNA testing of citizens.

    • AlleyOops75

      more one liners taken out of context...Of course we would be much better off if Newt had succeeded in getting rid of Ron Paul way back when...Paul is lying to us when he tells us he's a republican....He's a libertarian through and through.

  • Pastor Carmen

    I would like Rick to win and whom ever wins We the people must stand by them to defeat BHO. His he really not going to be on the Ballot in NC?

  • SgPoyzer

    11/29/2006 - He said that free speech should be curtailed
    in order to fight terrorism. Wants to stop terrorists from using the
    internet. Called for a "serious debate about the 1st Amendment."

    11/29/2006 - He called for a "Geneva Convention for terrorists" so it would be clear who the Constitution need not apply to.

    02/15/2007 - He supported Bush's proposal for mandatory carbon caps.

    04/04/2007 - He says that there should be a clear distinction about what weapons should be reserved for only for the military.

    04/11/2007 - He had a public debate with John Kerry on global warming, in which Newt agreed with Kerry and his views on the environment, praised his book, and almost hugged him.

    04/20/2007 - He praised NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg; said that he "takes his hat off to the mayor for proving government can be effective."

    04/24/2007 - He praised the corporatist business-model of Freddie Mac, saying it would be effective for space travel to Mars.

    04/24/2007 - He said about Government-Sponsored Enterprises (GSEs): "conservatives should embrace [them] and want to extend as widely as possible."

    05/20/2007 - He would bypass the court system by establishing a "military tribunal system to lock people up the way Abraham Lincoln would’ve done it."

    05/20/2007 - He would "establish a nationwide ID card with biometrics so you can actually track everybody in the country."

    04/17/2008 - Made a commercial with Nancy Pelosi on Climate Change.

    04/28/2008 - He said that allow some terror to happen, to keep the people afraid.

    04/28/2008 - He wants yet another new Federal agency to be "very aggressive" against "terrorists" and have "extraordinary abilities" that are not restricted by the constitution.

    09/28/2008 - Says if he were in office, he would have reluctantly voted for the $700B TARP bailout.

    09/28/2008 - He says that McCain's vote for TARP bailouts "is the greatest single act of responsibility ever taken by a presidential candidate".

    12/08/2008 - He was paid $300,000 by Freddie Mac to halt Congress from bringing necessary reform.

    03/31/2009 - Says we should have Singapore-style drug tests for Americans.

    10/16/2009 - He angered conservatives by endorsing super liberal Dede Scozzafava.

    06/10/2010 - He's cozy with VeriChip/PositiveID, a company that specializes in human-microchipping.

    07/30/2010 - Says that Iraq was just step one in defeating the "Axis of Evil".

    08/03/2010 - Advocates attacks on Iran & North Korea.

    08/16/2010 - Opposes property rights of the mosque owner in NYC.

    08/16/2010 - Compares mosque supporters to Nazis

    12/05/2010 - He said that a website owner should be considered an enemy combatant, hunted down and executed, for publishing leaked government memos.

    • AlleyOops75

      Quotations from media matters & the Daily KOS will not win you any friends or allies. One thing is for know how to cut and paste...:))

  • SgPoyzer

    01/30/2011 - He lobbied for ethanol subsidies.

    01/30/2011 - He suggested that flex-fuel vehicles be mandated for Americans.

    02/02/2011 - He says we are "losing the War on Terror"; the conflict will be as long as the Cold War

    02/13/2011 - He criticized Obama for sending less U.S. taxdollars to Egypt.

    02/15/2011 - His book said that he believes man-made climate-change and advocated creating "a new endowment for conservation and the environment."

    03/09/2011 - He blames his infidelity to multiple wives on his passion for the country.

    03/15/2011 - Says that NAFTA worked because it created jobs in Mexico.

    03/19/2011 - He has no regrets about supporting Medicare drug coverage. (Now $7.2T unfunded liability)

    03/23/2011 - He completely flip-flopped on Libyan intervention in 16 days.

    03/25/2011 - He plans to sign as many as 200 executive orders on his first day as president.

    03/27/2011 - He says that America is under attack by atheist Islamists.

    04/25/2011 - He's a paid lobbyist for Federal ethanol subsidies.

    05/12/2011 - He was more supportive of individual health-care mandates than Mitt Romney.

    05/15/2011 - Said GOP's plan to cut back Medicare was "too big a jump."

    05/15/2011 - He backed Obama's individual mandate; "All of us have a responsibility to help pay for health care."

    05/16/2011 - He also endorsed individual mandates in 1993 when Clinton pushed Universal Health Care.

    05/17/2011 - He has an outstanding debt to Tiffany's Jewelry of between $250K - $500K.

    06/09/2011 - His own campaign staff resigned en masse.

    07/15/2011 - His poorly managed campaign is over $1 Million in debt.

    08/01/2011 - He hired a company to create fake Twitter to appear as if he had a following.

    08/11/2011 - His recent criticism of the United Nations is belied by a long, long history of supporting it.

    09/27/2011 - He says that he "helped develop the model for Homeland Security"

    10/07/2011 - He said he'd ignore the Supreme Court if need be.

    11/12/2011 - He advocates assassinating Iranian scientists and covert war with Iran.

    11/19/2011 - He said Barney Frank should be arrested for his close ties
    lobbying for Freddie Mac, just one month before it became public that
    Gingrich was also lobbying for them at the same time.

    11/20/2011 - He has been outed as a paid lobbyist for drug companies, but he still denies it.

    11/22/2011 - He supports the Patriot Act and would like to see it strengthened.

    11/22/2011 - He says that matters of National Security should not be encumbered by giving Due Process to the accused.

    11/28/2011 - He thinks its the job of the Federal Government to ban medical marijuana.

    11/28/2011 - He is a Pharmaceutical lobbyist, and coincidentally thinks that non-Pharma drugs like medical marijuana should be banned by the Federal government.

    11/28/2011 - He said he wants to be "aggressive" with Cuba topple their government before 2014.

    11/28/2011 - He praised draconian drug penalties in Singapore for the second time.

    12/01/2011 - His comments about warning Freddie Mac of its "insane" business model are proven false when his laudatory interview from 2007 surfaced again.

    12/08/2011 - He pocketed campaign funds -- including paying himself over $40K for a mailing list he already had.

    • AlleyOops75

      Tune in tomorrow for another episode from Media Matters or the Daily KOS.

  • Newtgo

    Fly me to the moon. Y guys need to keep repeating the liberal talking points. An excellent account
    Plush ENT so far. On Newt. More zany ideas please. And keep attacking Mittens in case y don't make it. Herman is still available

  • Robert Lebischak

    Lets hope the new boss is better than the old boss. Looks like that is the song again. Romney is in a position to buy America. It's no longer what a person stands for, if it was Newt would win, now it's how much money you have to purchase lies and half truths about the other guy and put them on tv. Romney doesn't seem to be able to stand on his own past, so he takes things out of context and uses it against another. Good old Paul has done similar. We the people don't have to think any more, we just need to listen to the guy with the most money and do what he says, and we'll all be happy and secure, and have what we all need. Funny, isn't that what Obama said also. America wake up, don't buy the lies, Newt is the one that can with the help of the American People bring this Nation back.

  • steve

    You people have no clue about real life, you all forget history or just listen to what the libs tell you, the dems want Romney because he is a lib, he said so himself, the republicans that have been there for many years dont want next because he will stop all they have been doing for years and getting rich off US, just as he did as speaker... if we dont support next this. Country is screwed we will be stuck with Obama, or Romney that believes all that he and the dems do, wake up people, this is our country, not theirs,Obama or Romney, a. A vote for anyone then next, will be a vote for Obama, dont believe me, then just wait until Nov and you will see I was right then it will be to late.

  • wayner1950

    I don't understand why you all are gagga over Newt, he's no more conservative than Romney and is a progressive whose hero was FDR by HIS admission.

  • upaces88

    @ Evaluator...I do KNOW where you are coming from. When I was married, I owned/managed/promoted nightclubs and did very very well. Thank God, he Left (I was getting sucked dry from him spending $ on other women, new boats, cars, etc. I found this cartoon I printed off to go on my refrigerator. " Dog and Husband missing: $100 reward for the dog. Just change the wording -- it fits the both of us! Being users of others is not gender specific.

    Best to you in the future!!!

    @Tigerfred...I am very very impressed with Santorum

  • John Illinois

    John Boehner WAS NOT SPEAKER before Newt. It was a Demonrat who was speaker. Newt was the first Republican speaker since 1954. There was a Demonrat named Bohner from Michigan who filed something like 81 ethics charges against Newt, none of which stuck.

    • Randy131

      I believe it was 84 ethics charges, and you're correct, they were all found untrue, but Newt's attorney mis-filed paperwork, which caused the investigations to go farther on then needed to, and Newt was assesed for only the extra time spent on the investigations because of his attorney's mis-filings, in the amount of $300,000.00, and there were no fines for any wrong doing. Newt didn't resign until two years after these findings were publicized, and it was not in disgrace. Mitt Romney knows all this, but his political advertisements, not the PAC's advertisements that supports him, are lieing to the public to make Newt look bad so Mitt can win the nomination, and I for one will never vote for Mitt Romney because of his lies, a reason I can't stand Obama, and which Mitt Romney has now shown he is exactly like, besides his Romneycare too.

  • Qwyat

    What I believe is that Romney has never been a flip-flop candidate. He has his core beliefs and he knows now what to say to get elected. He has been campaigning for 8 years, after all. He said that he was pro-choice, then said he was pro-life but supported his voters in Mass. because that was what they wanted. So I say, he must not care too much about pro-life. Its one thing to say yesterday I was a democrat, today I'm a republican. But if someone said the majority of the voters don't think a baby is a baby until it is born, and he says...ok, you guys are right. This is typical of someone that gets elected, then his flip becomes evident, and the flop goes away.

  • NeoconsNailed

    Santorum is an utterly despicable neocon. When will you people decided to get off drugs and go back to food? Any of these creeps, just google their name plus the word NEOCON or NEOCONSERVATIVE (or maybe WARMONGER) and you'll get the straight DOPE on them in a jiffy.

    Only Ron Paul has the character, integrity, debating talent, and *track record* that spell p-r-e-s-i-d-e-n-t. Only Ron!

    • AlleyOops75

      Posts like your is exactly what turns people against Ron Paul...Paul has no debating skills at all...his high pitched voice and his even higher pitched laughter caused my two golden retreivers to leave the den and head for another room.

  • shearwater

    Romney is the establishment republican who RINOs like the best and who Obama is most willing to debate. He is of the patrician class who went to an Ivy League school, made all the "right" connections, and is in the elites of government.

  • Tom

    RINOROMNEY is the candidate of the rino/dummycrap oligarchy. They are trying to divide the TEA PARTY vote between Newt and Santorum and squeeze RINOROMNEY in there. RINOROMNEY COULD LOSE IN THE FALL. Newt would LANDSLIDE ODUMBO.

  • Raymond

    Listen to this Obama supporter.

  • Raymond

    Newt Gingrich's voting record.

  • Wally

    Obama will win big time against Romney. The GOP has not learned from the last big defeat and will lose again. They are giving Obama the victory by having Mitt Romney run against him. The last election was a Progressive Liberal like McCain. And now another Progressive Liberal Mitt Romney.
    The GOP has so little confidence in their Conservatism, it shows over and over. And when they lose this election, they will be finished for many, many years as a viable party, maybe forever. And then they will deserve it.
    No guts, no convictions, no stamina.
    You are a loser.

  • DrBillLemoine

    Newt is picking up where he left off leaving the Speakership and congress years ago--trashing friends as much as foes. Now he trashes Romney. He would trash everyone if nominated and, most unlikely, elected president. That's why he's a loner, no campaign staff, no friends from before, no support for his candidacy. That's what intellect does--takes a position and fights all comers. Romney is picking up where he left off, not reelected Governor. He's voluntarily given up his healthcare accomplishment to paper over his liberal state leadership. He claims business success, but can't reconcile its detachment from middle class work ethic and morality. Paul is anti-modern wanting to trash all progress of the past century in personal rights and advancement in freedoms. Santorum is holier-than-thou for the evangelicals who are too hypocritical to engender support. That leaves President Obama whose experience is enabling others to reach excellence without trashing anybody, only highlighting the opposition's remoteness from everyday people and mainstream work ethics and personal needs. Who would you choose?

  • Irene

    Newt is the worse possible candidate. I think the Left is furnishing money to Newt to feed his huge ego and keep him in the race. Stop this nonsense, pick a good candidate like "Romney" and let's spend the money to change the White House resident.

  • arthur wager

    It looks to me like GODFATHER POLITICS is gutless also. Print it if you dare and take me off your whatever I'm on.

  • wlllbjr5

    I will not vote for Romney! he is and was a Liberal Democrat! he is now a Moderate Republican which is--Moderate Republican = Liberal Democrat! He will not remove obamacare he will only jerry-rig it. He will not oppose Gay marriage! He, when all is said and done will be exposed as part of George Soros' "Shadow Government" implementing his "SEVERE TOTAL STUPID LUNACY" ideology of the "Open Society!" George Soros owns the Democratic Party and is looking to now own the Republican Party under the umbrella "Shadow Government" "Open Society!" He has a history in Europe of detstroying governments in Europe and is focusing on destroying the American Goverment thru this "Shadow Government." He is doing this by attacking the entire spectrum of American Values and American Family.

  • John Eidsmoe

    The issue concerning Gingrich is not forgiveness; it is trust. Gingrich hasn't sinned against me; there's nothing for me to forgive. But he's acted dishonorably in the past, both in his private and in his public life, and he hasn't regained my trust.
    And character is of foremost importance, in the Presidency more than in any other office.

    • AlleyOops75

      Character like Swiss & Cayman Islands bank accounts....Why does Romney feel it's necessary to hide his cash in foreign depositories? It takes lots of character to do that, don't you think?

  • wlllbjr5

    Let me add to the above statement--When Newt refers to letting prez bam use his telepromter during his proposed debates--Let me let you in on a secret that no-one is saying--Newt will be debating George Soros.! Let me reittierate this point Newt will not be debating prez bam he will be debating George Soros thru his "puppet" prez bam!!!!!!!!!!!! Any Questions!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Arizona Lady

    patty from texas... from your lips to God's ears...
    Newt's defenders say:
    Newt consulted never lobbied
    Paid sanctions and reiebursement fees in the house never was fined.
    this reminds me of the that famous phrase "that depends on what the definitiona of "is" is.
    This guy is Clinton on steriods without the charm.
    What a disaster!
    How can all those "Vlaues Voters" thow all their values away when it comes to this dope? Can't they see they are being sold a bill of goods?

  • sharo

    Propaganda..Newt is not anti Reagan

  • goodday

    Newt expresses his ideas easily and in a captivating way and gives great illustrations from his wast knowledge of history. (He has made me renew my knowledge of past US presidents.)
    Mitt is often "painful" to watch when he stammers, stutters and often hesitates before selecting his point of view for the day. To me, he comes accross as a "people pleaser" eager to go along. I expect him to say "si, si" any moment.
    Santorum speeches are boring. I try hard but my mind wanders off the screen. Too much pressure on his vocal cords or something...
    Ron offers one-liners in his whining and complaining voice. He seldom offers real solutions to problems. Knowing he is short in his comments he has my attention.
    Obama lacks sincere warmth and therefore comes accross as a cool and calculating politician who knows inside he doesn't have honest positives to offer.

    • AlleyOops75

      Willard has more plastic running through him than all of the Walmart stores combined...good post, goodday..kind of reminds me of Paul Harvey.

  • Fireboatman

    I say it is time to put Lt.Col. Allen West USA Ret. and US Congressman from Florida on the Republican Docket for President. A very worthy contender with no bagage who can strip Obama and become president. Let the other contenders duke it out until they drop, I am sick and tired of it.

    • AlleyOops75

      Believe me, I like Col. West as well but should he decide to jump into the fray, the media would be all over him as well as the GOP establishment...His military career was cut short because West went against the grain of his superior officers.

  • Steve

    First- I need to state I aqm an ABO voter. However, I fear the outcome if Romney is in. The biggest ding against Obama is Obamacare. Romney has no leg to stand on in that argument, since it was patterned after Romneycare. And he continues to defned the decision to instill it within Massachusetts. He refuses to state he has EVER made a mistake anywhere, instead defending every stupid decision he ever made. Meanwhile, Newt has a 98% conservative voiting record. Look it up.The establishment does NOt want him in place, because he will do what he did last time that got him run out on a rail. He will destroy their power encalves, and make them become simply representatives. Carl Rove and company do not want that, they have fought long and hard to essentially run the show. They do not believe anybody shoud get to power unless they are willing to kiss their ring. I noticed on TV the other day that the attorney general of Florida was supporting Romney. Later the story came out that she already has a position in a Romney presidency as a health-care official...Every time the complain of Newt, I like him better.

  • Dagny

    Newt Gingrich doesn't need anyone to air his dirty laundry. He does alright by himself. Just look at his liberal voting record. He is not a conservative and we do not need Romney to tell us that. But, at least someone has the courage to put the truth out there. All three, Romney, Newt and Santorum will continue the Obama policies, very little will change because they are not conservatives. Romney, Newt and Santorum are all neo-conservatives and they will destroy our country. Neo-conservatives lean to the left and they will give us more government, more spending, more taxes, cap and trade, globalization, internet censorship, more government intrusion into our lives, more wars and conflicts, etc., etc. Santorum was voted one out of three most corrupt senators in 2006, he will silence the internet and expand government, while shredding the 10th amendment. True conservatism was founded on libertarian principles of constitutionally limited government, non interventionism, free markets, etc. and the neo-conservatives that have co-opted the GOP and the grassroots will destroy this country, and our constitution if we continue to vote as expected. You need to wake up soon, because time is running out. RON PAUL 2012!

  • AlleyOops75

    The attacks on Newt by the GOP establishment & the Super PACS started in Iowa, let up a bit in NH because Romney was a next door 'favorite son'...The attacks picked up again in South Carolina but Newt murdered Romney so bad in the two SC debates that the South Carolinian had little choice but to give the state to Newt in a land slide..On to FL where Romney's Super PAC and the GOP establishment had been campaigning for over seven years; And with Newt with only a modest amount of money to fight back, these vultures began their vicious attacks on Newt all over again...Should Romney get the nomination you can bet your last confederate dollar on the outcome in November...

    • AlleyOops75

      The dems will roast Romney so badly that it will make the attacks by Romney's Super PAC & the GOP establishment attacks look like a Saturday afternoon picnic in the city park. The endorsement of Romney by John McPain, er, ah, John McCain should show us all that the same ole tired establishment GOPers are out to dupe us once again into voting for the guy that feels it's necessary to stash his cash away in Swiss Banks & directs his investment portfolio to the Cayman Islands so that they can't be traced. William Buckley, the founder of the Weekly Standard, would flip in his grave if he knew what his successors are advocating, the nomination of Willard Romney to be the standard bearer of the Grand Old Party in 2012....

      • AlleyOops75

        ....Romney has never gone without a meal, a job and most likely never had to finance a car...Willard was born into privilege..his father was CEO of American Motors and resigned that position just before the company declared bankruptcy and then became the governor of MI...Romney went to the finest private prep schools, went to college at Brigham Young, a Mormon sponsored school & then on to Obama's school, Harvard University...I'm not a believer in the 99% VS the 1%. For those of you who are believers in the 99 VS the 1...well, Romney fits in the top .006% of the country when it comes to wealth...How can someone who was governor of perhaps the most liberal state in the country, MA, possibly relate to those of us who had to rely on a pay check every two weeks to survive? The answer is that he can't.

  • Sam

    Newt behaves like an angry democrat. Trashes anyonre who disagress with him and changes his position depending on the time of day. No use trying to deny his mercurial behavior, it is now and has always been his problem. He is an intelligent man with some great ideas, but as Sen Dole said, "he has a new idea every 5 minutes." When the campaign began, he promised to behave and stick to the problems at hand. He has not done that. His personal and polilical records are a real problem and the democrats will eat him alive, if he should be chosen to run agaginst Obama.

    • AlleyOops75

      Senator Dole, Senator Dole the same Dole that lost an election to Clinton in a landslide...the same yawner that was the GOP head of the senate..another moderate republican who was almost as weak a candidate as John McPain, er, ah McCain...If I were running for public office at the national level, I think I'd whisper in the ears of McPain & Dole and tell them while I appreciate their support, please don't make your support of me public.

  • Carol

    I guess one would have to understand there are two sides to Reagan. One side pulled off a major amnesty I heard. One which the republicans never openly discuss. Something that enrages most legal immigrants. Thats the open border side playing with globalist ideas. The other side the actor, the one the republicans hold up as their mascott as though everything he did was just wonderful. They are the same as the left, using people as poster children with poster issues, but you never get the full truth. Of course Newt loves Reagan......the amnesty side. The sides the republicans hide.

    • AlleyOops75

      Reagan saved this country from an all out war with the Soviet Union...When Reagan asked Nikita Gorbachev to tear down the Berlin wall, the ole guard establishment GOP cringed for fear that the Russians would take that statement as a confrontation with the Soviets...As it turned out, a very short time later that wall came tumbling much for not being a Jimmy Carter when it comes to foreign affairs.

  • Joyceann

    Yes Santorum is a nice boy - yes he seems trustworthy and yes I don't need agree with EVERY point a candidate has....but Obama would eat him alive. The only one that can stand next to Obama and know more about congress and government and how things really work than Obama - after all he doesn't even spend much time there - is Newt. His phenomenal memory and more intelligence and skills will garner us a better effort in influencing the independant - those not satisfied with the left and our great amount of unofficial "citizen latino's" and illegals here through 3 generations - and the black Americans are also waking up to being used by the left and not to their good. O has gotta GO and NEWT will give him the BOOT.

    • AlleyOops75

      Bravo, Joyceann.


    Rick Santorum is running out of money to stay in this fight, he will be gone soon and then there well be 3, well really 2 and a half because Ron Pauls brain is only 1/2 working. I like somethings he stands for but his view of the overall world is extremely blinded.
    If he were elected to the position of POTUS he wouldn't even live out his first quarter term in office, heck the secret service would probably take him out of the picture just to do the country a favor.
    It makes no difference which one of the remaining candidates gets elected to represent the GOP they won't win, because OBUMMER has his minions poised and ready to stuff the ballot boxes again just like they did in 2008. If you don't believe me just go and look back at the New Hampshire vote record and see how many DEAD PEOPLE just voted in the Primary.


    By my search for information on this subject it was in excess of 900 and they all voted for good OL Mitt, this proves to me that the democraps are running a test of the voting system in all states just to see how many they can get to pass the voter rolls and cast a ballot so they have some idea how many fraud voters they will need in each district to be able to stuff the ballot box again in 2012 if we even have an electionwhich I thing is going to be called off because OBUMMER is going to call it off after the riots by the occupy groups get started in October.
    I guess we will all have to wait and see if I'm correct or not, anybody betting with me, we might make a lot of money.

  • upaces88

    @Steve -- It was a stupid joke that went awry. Reagan was the best!!!!

  • Dave

    Being that most of media is left liberal, I think what I saw in the last two debates was typical of the liberal moderators inciting Newt and Mitt to make the Republican candidates look bad.
    I give Rick Santorum credit when he said, knock it off and lets move on to whats important.

  • Carol

    All of this is scaring me to death nothing more nothing less.

  • upaces88

    @ Sandy, I would be interested to know more Re: Carter being "a dangerous" man.

  • Keith

    GO RICK!!! But why doesn't anyone vote for him outside of Iowa? He has little money and the Lame stream media, fox, and ALL "establishment RINO's" say he can't win! So if all these sexperts go f876 themseleves maybe Rommeny or Oblammer will BUY another election! Who cares who has the $$$$ LISTEN TO THEM and YOU pick for yourself. I do not care who "THEY" want to run or win. I want our country to return to prosperity and values we had when I was a kid before the Vietmen, hippies, weather undergraound, etc... who hated this government and country in the "FABLOUS"60's who are NOW in CHARGE.

  • jcrawdad

    Due to the word "Socialism" Godfather politics has already caved in, people can't say what they realty think.

  • Grannypat

    I haven't read all the replies, but I'll make my own comment. What frightens me is that Republicans are beating up on each other so badly that Obama is going to walk away with this election and finish the change that he started - taking over America! I wanted to back Romney because I figured he'd be the best one to beat Obama. I still do - sort of. But because the candidates are trying take each other out there won't be anything left - but the left,. God help us.

    • AlleyOops75

      And just who was it that started all of this negative campaigning...In Iowa the Super PAC that is backing Romney spent millions to try and harm Gingrich and they were successful...Newt was leading in Iowa by a large margin when Romney's millions went to work in an effort to destroy him...they let up in NH because everyone had conceded that liberal state to Romney...The Super PAC went to work again in SC but Newt so out performed Willard in the debates that the NC voters went to Newt in a landslide..On to FL and Newt had been campaigning there since 2008...his Super PAC started all over again in distorting the facts with innuendos and half truths & the GOP ole guard establishment began to pile on even more. If we want someone to be the standard bearer for the GOP who has never wanted for anything and has the cash to buy the be it.

      • AlleyOops75

        Should read and Romney had been campaigning there since 2008...sorry

  • John Gaver

    I find it interesting that nobody is talking about the fact that Newt worked on the Nelson Rockefeller campaign, when the NY liberal was running against... wait for it... Ronald Reagan. Very few Republicans have ever been to the left of Rockefeller. But Newt worked on his campaign, over that of Ronald Reagan and Richard Nixon, both of whom were far to the right of Rockefeller. What does this tell you about Newt's real positions?

    Newt only came around to supporting Reagan, when it became obvious that Reagan could provide him a stepping stone to the presidency, himself. Newt has played the political game well. But to him, it really is, only a game.

    • AlleyOops75

      A link regarding your assertion will be appreciated by all of us...a link that shows that Newt was a big supporter of Nelson...BTW, most of the ole guard GOP establishment also supported Rockefeller over Reagan.

  • 80+Frank

    I believe that Obama is a fraud president I saw a UTUBE video sometime ago. It was a picture of Obama talking to a small class of small children, this was when he was State senator for the state of ILL. I heard him say with his own mouth that he was born in Kenya, South Africa, and not in the United States of America. He said he was proud of this fact

    I tried to retrieve this video the other day but found out it is gone now. I wonder who could have done that.

  • Silas Longshot

    Yep, lie from the first sentence, "mr. abrams". Another lying scumwad insider RINO elitist who wants Mr Plastic, Romney, to be da man. If Romney is elected, the it's business as usual in DC, don't rock the boat, play nice and don't really stir up any messes. THAT'S why the RINOs don't want Newt in there, they can't control him, they fear he will actually force them thru their constituents to actually pursue real changes in DC.

    Click the name, see the website, prepare now.

  • georga collins

    I am not Christ and yet I believe in His teachings and implement them in my life as I am humanly able.
    Newt is not Reagan but believes in conservatism for the nation.
    If Newt were a progressive you'd see it in the books he's written and films he's made.
    I will continue to support Newt because I believe him to be a man of integrity and a superior leader with a lot
    in common with Churchill and his political difficulties, but he was the right man for the right time.

    • AlleyOops75


  • Dorothy

    Who started these attacks? Why Gingrich, of course. I'm no elitist, but I want a gentlemn in the White House. Romney will do very nicely. I don't remember Newt Gingrich having any special relationship with Reagan. If so, down goes my respect for

    I want a man of caliber such as Mitt in the White House. Away with the liberal newspeople. Mitt doesn't sound like a liberal to me.

    • Sashamanda

      The attack started in Iowa by Romney.
      Nancy Reagan said her husband handed the flame to Newt, and I believe her. I'm old enough to remember Newt defending Reagan and his agenda against all comers.
      Presumably, you want Romney for his integrity? What kind of integrity allowed Romney to knowingly lie about Newt's ethics charges, fines, and being forced to resign? Romney is a character assissin.
      And, if you think he is conservative, please check his record in Mass.

      • AlleyOops75

        Well said, Sashamanda

    • AlleyOops75

      Dorothy, could it possibly be that you 'like' Romney's full head of hair with his Swiss & Caymen Islands bank accounts...Newt got a lot done for Ronald Reagan with four balanced budgets (none since) and a complete overhaul of the welfare system.

  • bob

    Romney is a democrat that will take over where Obummer leaves off!!!!!! Obummer has the press putting on these debates for his own standing on each. Romney was helped by the demo so he sounded more inteligent in debates , and i think Newt is there biggest fear for he knows the ins and outs.

  • Bruce D.

    Newt is the Republican establishment and Washington insider. Wake up! It is people like Newt that Reagan had to overcome to bring conservatism back from the dead. Reagan's own party was against him and only his strength of personality and ideals allowed him to get anything accomplished. Reagan was promised $3 in spending cuts for every dollar in tax increase but was betrayed. To criticize Reagan in defense of Newt makes this author part of the Republican establishment. Sarah Palin has been sucking up ever sense Newt put out the idea that she would be energy secretary under his presidency.

    • AlleyOops75

      It's people like Newt that got Reagan's agenda passed. Welfare reform & balanced budgets (none since) 7 of the eight years that Reagan was president resulted in more prosperity than this nation has experienced before or since...Let's stay with the facts, please.

      • Bruce D.

        If you want to stay with the facts welfare reform and the balanced budget was put through under the Carter administration and not Reagan's. A time when new conservatives came into the party to make real changes. They all say Newt stood in the way of those changes. You have been filled with propaganda. Newt is not who he claims to be.

        • Bruce D.

          Excuse me, I mean welfare reform and the balance budget was put through under the Clinton Administration.

  • upaces88

    @Please Pass The Tea... Thank you!! Concise and to the point without all the frills. You seem to have a handle on the happenings then without the excuses and frills! Great Post!

  • twocolts

    And, we will never forgive Bush for causing Katrina, making all those thieves and killers stay in town, rather than leave when advised to, several days earlier. Also, the thousands that were put up in new trailers, even hotel rooms, had to go without their drugs for awhile...that rotten Bush.

  • PudbertSavannahGA

    The libT ards are SO afraid of Newt cuz he'll make Odumbo look like the id iot that he IS...

    that's why they are pushing Romney so hard,, he won't embarrass the Socialist as much as Newt surely will ! ! !

  • gtx13

    "Newt Gingrich is up against entrenched political forces who are absolutely trying to dictate who win the GOP nomination" ...Rev Wildman also has" expressed grave doubts" about "Romney's commitments to social issues that Christians care about. "Romney will not be reliable. Romney is Obama-lite"."The conservative family advocate said the stakes in the 2012 election are huge", he said, "if Mr. Obama gets a second term, or if Mr. Romney gets in, it's the end of Western civilization as we know it".

  • Jeff

    Republicans are completely devoid of common sense and the role of the Constitution. A president, despite all the whining posts decrying that Obama is a dictator, has limitations.. Many of the complaints I have read posted here are both laughable and sad. There is only so much a sitting president can do. Our government requires the actions of both the house and the senate to vote on legislation before a president can sign it into law.

    The US senate is where legislation goes to die. I know that Republicans will point their fingers at Harry Reed for the senates inaction.A The truth is, the problem is greater than Harry Reed. The senate does not function because of the Republican Party, and their use of the filibuster to prevent the passage of a budget. The Republicans have used the filibuster at unprecedented levels since 2009.

    These are ugly little facts.

    • Always Right

      There is no budget to pass. The Democrats have not put a budget forth in 3 years.

  • Ralph

    GO NEWT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You got the Dems shaking in their boots1

  • Ralph

    OB will not be on several states ballot, so he is out, Praise the LORD!

  • Henry Brauchler, GA

    While we, as a Nation, attack and discredit the truth, we readily accept forged documents and lies by our sworn enemies!!!

  • Eli Jones

    The left wingers and the Republican establishment are slamming Newt to the point of ridiculous but both camps are peeing up a rope. Newt for President!

  • Sunny

    This is what happens when a country is adrift with no moral compass to set the course. Right now we are in such social chaos that sophomoric behavior becomes the norm and when that happens, we are doomed. At least until things get so bad that the pendulum swings back in the other direction. Nothing new, of course, if you follow history. But it is tragic because when we don't learn from history, we will repeat it. Remember ancient Rome?

  • Cliff

    WE still want NEWT in 2012 our country cant be lied to anymore with OBAMA """"

  • Sunny97478

    This is pure nonsense! I have seen Video's of Newt Gingrich denigrating the Foreign Policy of President Reagan! I have also seen video's on YouTube of Newt Gingrich describing himself as a "Wilsonian Progressive." That's enough for me! The man is an immoral Gasbag and a loose cannon who has no place in our nation's highest office. He would be the LAST person in the world I would vote for.

    Mitt Romney for President - 2012

  • upaces88

    @VOR, Thank you. I actually knew very little about him. At the time, I was working 16 hrs a day raising a child.
    I have been hearing bits and pieces about him from this site in the last couple of days.
    "What you see is not always what you get."

  • Plt Sergeant Chee

    Neither George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Ben Franklin, Patrick Henry,
    Abe Lincoln or Newt Gingrich were accused of being sinless; but rather successful.
    Newt is actually intelligent and has what it takes to LEAD those citizens interested
    in the healing of America. Newt is a visionary in the mold of American legends who
    lead America through the darkest of times.
    If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face,
    and turn from their wicked ways, then will I hear from Heaven, and forgive their sin and heal their land.

  • liberalslie

    Is this any different than Newt Gingrich railing against Capitalism & using class warfare against Romney? Newt seems to have a LOT in common with Barack ObaMAO. He exploited the made up, global warming hysteria to line his pockets, just like ObaMAO, he wants to give amnesty to ILLEGAL aliens, REWARDING them for their criminal behavior & giving them entitlements paid for by U.S. TAXPAYERS, he is an elitist & becomes angry if questioned by a "common" citizen, his class warfare rhetoric rivals ObaMAO,s & he has said numerous times how much he admired Clinton, which with Newts moral character is not surprising. Face it, you rejected the REAL CONSERVATIVE in this race & that was Michele Bachmann. Now you have two lousy candidates & it really doesn't matter which is elected, they stand for the same old, Washington as usual, spend, spend, spend government.

  • Ralph

    So,frankly the dumbest most stubborn out of touch with reality Voters in 2012 have to be these braindead brainwashed stupid
    GOP/Tea Party Ron Paul Paulbot Freakos,that cannot grasp their goofball old senile fool Messiah Ron Paul has already ran
    twice before now and lost and will become a three time loser in 2012! Don't waste your vote on going nowhere again 3 ttime
    loser out of touch with reality crazy old fool Ron Paul. And with that Iam out of here..As I get so tired of their goofy "Ron Paul IS
    THE ONLY ONE" total insanity and these Paulbot Nazi Stormtrooper Bullying!

    • Kepler

      If I had a nickel for every time a paulbot said "(Dr.) Ron Paul is the only..." , I'd be a one percenter.

  • The Bobster

    The truth is that Newt-wit is no conservative. I'm amazed at the ignorance of the Kwans who think he is.

  • upaces88

    @ Liberals lie....I do appreciate you chiming in about Carter....I have been not only correctly but have learned a great deal.
    Thank you...I do NOT get offended when I am wrong or totally ignorant on the subject matter.

    Like I told someone earlier, at the time Carter was around, I was working 16 hours a day raising a child alone without any help.

    Again, thanks for telling me...all of you.

  • upaces88

    "corrected" not correctly."

  • timetogrowup

    Why do you MORONS give negative feedback when faced with the truth? Are you STUPID? Do you REALLY think that Newt & Romney are small government candidates & if so, WHY? Have you bothered to do any RESEARCH & look at their records? Any Republican or conservative is going to vote for the chosen candidate because other than Hi tler there is no one worse than ObaMAO. That having been said LYING to yourself is not going to make your candidate or country better. OPEN YOUR EYES, EDUCATE YOURSELVES & do the best you can to try & stop the free fall we are in as a country but do not LIE to yourselves.

  • Blair Franconia, NH

    Romney's dirty tricks are legion.

  • Jerry Bernhard

    we have so many do gooders who masquerade ans conservatives that it makes my blood boil.Winston Churchill was no saint but he saved briton from Adolph Hitler .we have had many heroes and god never created the perfect man.Newt-in my opinion would be a great president for our times and is heads and tails over the liberal Romney. We need tostep back and reaize that our goal is to get rid of Obama and try to get our great country back to some semblance of freedom and pride

  • Billee

    GO NEWT!

  • AL.H

    Newt Or Obamuse /Rick Santorum ?? VOTE Newt !!!

  • ffran5308

    Someone on this forum attacked me or maybe that is too strong of a word, they disagreed with me on COMPROMISE. COMPROMISE IS NOT A DIRTY WORD NOR IS IT A SIGN OF WEAKNESS! It is this very kind of thinking that has gotten us a 5% approval rating in Congress because both parties are so busy digging their heels in the sand , they are not willing to work together and do what is best for the country ! They are too busy trying to do what is best for their individual parties! And don't tell me what a strong leader Boehner is! He is doing a lousy job and practically all of them need to be replaced! Let's start with term limits for McCann, Hatch, Reid, Pelosi, and anyone who has been there more then 3 terms! We need a transfusion of new fresh blood, ideas and ways to work together for the American people who are paying their salaries.Thank God, Newt believes in term limits!

  • carolandv

    A twist on the "which came first, the chicken or the egg?" scenario: are American citizens drawn to political office because they are immoral at the outset or does political office holding make ordinary Americans immoral?

    When we find the answer to this question, then we can stop the ever replenishing supply of immoral Congressmen!

  • ffran5308

    I agree with you, Chief, that Newt is the answer to our problems and the leader we need! Harry Reid needs to go! He is a vindictive, petty little man and out for himself. And you are right again when you say the left goes running to the media when they have a complaint or don't get their way. However, if we had "TOUGHER THAN NAILS" individuals in Congress like Hewt than we would not be intimidated by the petty ,little losers like Reid or Pelosi! This is like the tail wagging the dog! Who's driving here- CONGRESS or THE MEDIA? Who gives a rat's ass what they think? That;s why we need more thick skinned individuals in Congress...

  • tonto2

    The truth is that the GOP wants another wimp/progressive RINO like the one they shoved down our throats last time around.....a complete and total failure because he acted like a limp wrist fag from San Francisco and let Obama and the Dems walk all over him.....McCain a hero? All he showed me was that he could take a really good butt whippin'. And here we go again getting ANOTHER RINO shoved down our throats with subtle threats and character smears on the other candidates. IMHO, the GOP needs to be disbanded and reconstituted with real people that are actually in touch with conservatives. The GOP bozos we have now are "useful idiots" for the left. They play into the left's hand with their ongoing stupidity all the time's pitiful!





  • Ted

    Romney is truly not to be trusted... he even looks sneaky.... Newt is the better choice of the two. Fully trust him? No... You cannot fully trust any of them. Government is full of lies, deception, greed, and personal power. Where the almighty dollar controls it all. These several years have been nothing but a chaotic joke. One thing is for certain,,, this fool we have now has got to be thrown out by his large ears.... He's no leader.... just a sorry excuse of leadership.. and a liar..... Bye Obama 2012.!!!!!!!!!

    • GoodDay

      MITT - is "painful" to watch because he stammers, stutters, and hesitates before selecting his point of view for the day. To me, he comes across as a "people pleaser" eager to go along. I expect him to say "si, si" any moment.
      NEWT - expresses his ideas easily in a captivating way and gives great illustrations from his vast knowledge of history. (He has made me renew my knowledge of past US presidents.)
      SANTORUM - speeches are booooring. I try hard but my mind wanders off the screen. Too much pressure on his vocal cords or something...
      RON - offers one-liners in whining and complaining ways. He seldom offer realistic solutions to problems. Knowing he is short in his comments he has my attention.
      OBAMA - lack sincere warmth and therefore comes across as a cool and calculating politician who knows inside he doesn't have any honest positives to offer.

  • Mark R. Holcomb

    Newt Gingrich backed the 1989 assault weapons ban, this after he had ran as a conservative in 1988. As such, he should resign
    and fade away obscurity. Don't let the media steal the election, Ron Paul for president in 2012!

  • letitsnow1

    Newt or Sandtorum, either one for president and the other for vice, now that would be nice.

  • letitsnow1

    the only thing is, that Newt could make obuma look more like a fool then he is now, if that is possible!

  • Ken Van Doren

    The truth about Newt? PLENTY that he can not live down, talk his way out of.

    Newt can not win, and would be a terrible president if he did. NO FRIEND of Liberty or the constitution.

    • Ken Van Doren


  • Karl Hand

    The truth of the matter is is that the Evangelicals and their cause, the GOP and its cause, are not doing themselves a favor by supporting Newt. Forgiveness requires humility, does Newt display this quality? Answer this honestly. Forgiveness comes with Penance, and it is Newt's Penance to be denied this nomination. If he really was a new man he would walk away before his dirty laundry becomes the dirty laundery of all those he claims to be speaking for. From what I see, he is a shrewd and calculating politician who is counting on the "Anybody but Obama" mentality to see his candidacy through. That makes him a scoundrel in my book, not a repentant sinner. But, go ahead and support him. Go ahead and defend him. Go ahead and send him money. Go ahead and send your sons and daughters to fight in the wars he advocates. I'm sure he will thank you all. But as for me, he will get nothing from me!

    • gtx13

      You have to do what's in your mind ! Nobody begging your vote !

  • gtx13

    O, Ye ! This is your problem, Ron Paul !

  • Lee

    Romney is akin to phosophy of Obama. So if you vote for Romney yopu are voting for another radical Left wingerr!!!!!!!!

  • Vaughn

    Lets vote for Santorum..... Seems everyone hasn't a bad word to say about him. Anything but BAMBAM. How about anything but communism & muslim-ism

  • Marsha Romack

    I wonder if this will be stricken by the administrator..that people need to find out the facts before they spread lies like they are truths. That we owe it to our country to know what really happened especially from WW II until now. facts and not what you heard in school or just listening to someone else. There are places that will tell you the facts of the matter.

  • donjusko

    Bring the troops home, audit the Fed, balance the budget, that's only one man.

  • inalienablewrights

    .....Due to the word "Socialism" containing the name of a prescription drug, all comments containing the word "Socialism" get flagged for moderation. These comments have to be manually approved so they will not post immediately......

    You are pulling my chain right?

  • Marine Mom

    Read Newt's Book written in 2008 - "A CONTRACT WITH THE EARTH". It is much more damaging than his commericial on the couch with Miss Nancy!! It sounds like it was written by AL GORE!!! It is all about ONE WORLD ORDER and the hoax of ENVIRONMENTAL GLOBALISM!!! Read just the first 30 pages and it will scare the heck out of any conservative!! Newt states it is up to America to take the lead on Global Warming for the entire World! He goes step by step, describing BIG, FAT BLOATED GOVERNMENT PLANS TO CONTROL GLOBAL WARMING!! For God's Sake.....when are people going to wake up?? No one paid attention to Obama's book, which told us who he was....why isn't anyone vetting Newt with his own words, from his own book?? Get this book exposed before it too late and the Democrats do it for us in the fall!!!

  • wisdomisbliss

    In a sea of (500+) comments, let's see if this one gets noticed.
    Political party affiliations have become doublespeak!
    Republicans have become RINOs and assumed to be in favor of the 'rich';
    Democrats have been taken over by the 'shadow government' of Socia1-ists and Union interests, though assumed to be in favor of the working man.
    Libertarians are, well, for individual liberty.
    Why don't we change the names, to bring them in line with their ideaologies?
    Preferred labels would be Conservative, Moderate (lukewarm), Liberal, Progressive/Socia1-ist etc.
    I, for one, would prefer to vote according to my conscience (Conservative), rather than political party. That way, there's no doubt of whether my 'party's choice' will follow through on their 'promises', once they take control, power and authority over me and my fellow Americans!
    Could we not also require the new leader(s) to sign a binding contract to stand by their representations as a condition of taking office? Hope and change for the working people became a systematic rap e of our copuntry; transparency became back-room deals for monetary gain for sup[porters, etc.

    • wisdomisbliss

      P.S. How can you (Moderator-bot) tell me my comment is 'too long'? It's half as long as Joyce's (3 posts up)???

  • Patrioticnut

    The attacks from the present republicans in power make me want to vote for Newt all the more. I think the reason they are so against him, and were when he was speaker, is because he was and will take their power away and return it to the people. I know over the last few years I have heard some of the things Newt was promoting and I agreed with all of them. One of the most recent and loudest was the "Drill here drill now" campaign he was running. Can't argue with the all of the above strategy, Even Obama has adopted that in his stou address, even if he is lying again, he said it to garner votes.

  • Nancy

    No one mentions the logical alternative: Rick Santorum. I know....the magic word "electability". Sick of that word.

  • Arizona Patriot

    Newt is a closet communist. Americans are stupid enough to put this man in the whitehouse to replace the muslim/communist we already have.

  • JH Midwest

    This will be the most important election since the Civil War. Contrary to what the establishment and the mainstream media including the left wants you to believe, it is Newt whom they really fear. The SOTU message has clearly defined what the left will use as its 2012 campaign...a villification of achievement, success and class warfare. Romney will clearly be the perfect candidate the left REALLY wants because he represents the !% the left wants to villify. With his annual income (as reported) of $57,000 dollars a day ( which is more than the average national annual household income) the left will sharply cause more division, while growing the recipient class in our nation. How many recipient class voters want to vote away their benefits or job? Gingrich will shred Obama in any debate without the use of a telepromptor. Needless to say, we are providing plenty of fodder to the left while destroying ourselves. We must unify behind one candidate and defeat Obama and I believe that of the four, Newt is the one for the task at hand.

  • W Smith

    Who ever gets the Republican nod we had best win a majority in the Senate, expand the House majority and win control of more State Governments.

  • berengaria

    I voted early in the Florida primary, and I voted for Newt, as a result I became a pariah with my establishment republican friends, who now hate me much more than the monster in the WH. I thought we should vote in the primary for the best candidate whom we thought could win over the Obamanite, but the republican elite ( Karl Rogue, Ann Coulter, Peggy Noonan,etc. have declared war not on Obama, but on conservative tea party type indiviiduals who believe in real conservatism. I fthink that whoever wins the nomination in the Republican party should be the one that we unite behind, and vote out the marxist in November. Please stop the hatred of Newt and his supporters. Thank you, Berengaria

  • some guy

    Sorry for going off topic, but I need some input. Does size matter?

  • Dilbert

    When you read the comments here I realize why the Republican party is in trouble. What a bunch of liars and I thought that
    was reserved for the bozo in office. Newt is our chance to win. Romney is trying to buy his way in. The whole bunch of
    establishment Republicans are afraid Newt will do what he says and that really scares them to death. The blame games
    have to stop.


    WE HAVE HAD TOO MANY MILKTOAST GOP LEADERS. PUSSIES; WE USED TO CALL THEM IN MY DAY; ALL TALK NO GUTS. IF WE HAD MORE PATONS AND MCCARTHYS TODAY AND TELL THE SOB IN DC TO GO TAKE A FLYING LEAP WE WOULD NOT BE LOSING MILITARY MIGHT. NEWT IS THE ONLY ONE WHO WILL TELL IT LIKE IT IS AND THEN SHOW THEM HOW THEY LIKE IT. ITS TIME WE JUST GETTER DUNN. IF WE KICK EM IN HE BALLS UNTIL THEY BEND OVER WE MIGHT HAVE ENOUGH TIME TO RAM SO REAL TRUTH IN; REGARDLESS OF HE PAIN. ROMNEY IS A GOOD OLE BOY; GOOD LOOKING DUDE; GOOD INTENTIONS BUT TOO GOOD TO BE GOOD ENOUGH FOR THE BATTLE Ok i know it was crude but these guys in DC think they are gODS and each tour gets them higher level of godlikeness. they giveth and they taketh away and if you don't understand our POWER we have ways to force surrender; even if it means destroying everything you believe to be true. EVIL ALWAYS WIN WHEN GOOD MEN FEAR TO FIGHT. As a teen boy it amazed me how so many boys would not fight because it hurt. HELL DIDN'T they realize it hurt us too; but want we wanted was worth the battle. I still got the lunch money or the notebook or gloves or whatever. Now late in life I found Christ and all changed. but still I see Jesus who faught for the rights of others. I bet some bloody noses and a black eye or two were felt by those money changers in that temple that day. oh I know all of those other stories but give me mine. JESUS FOUGHT.

  • Carl

    If Obama is not legal because of his father not being a natural born then why is MIT legal?

  • Diane

    Why not Newt's lies about Romney. He has been calling Romney a Mass. moderate without backing it up but today on Fox he called Romney a liberal. In Florida he was saying Romeny is against immigration instead of saying illegal immigration. Sen. Marco Rubio called him on this. He keeps saying Romneycare is the same as Ocare which is absolutely not true. He says things without backing them up. He claims to be a great debater but has not done well in the last 2 debates. Romney clearly defeated him in the last debate. O will not want to have many debates anyway. Newt scares me.....he does not have control of himself....he cannot take criticism. We have to defeat O but I am afraid Newt would impode. Romney is sure and has done well in fending of these attacks by Newt so he would be better at keeping his cool and fending off attacks from O.

  • Jason

    Ron Paul 2012!

  • David USAF

    This is a question for the moderators. What prescription drug cantains the name "Socialism"? Unless you are refering to the drug used in the liberal Kool-Aid. Please explain this to me.While I agree that "Socialism" is a drug, It is not prescribed by a doctor.

  • David USAF

    This question is for the moderators of this site. What prescription drug contains the word "Socialism"? While I agree that "Socialism is a drug, it isn't prescribed by any doctor. Please explain why "Socialism" is a word that is flagged for moderation. I promise there are words far worse than "Socialism". "Socialism" is a form of gorvernment and ranks with "Communism".

  • rjh25

    Now it all makes sense, sort of.

    The Republican establishm­ent isn't exactly behind Romney. However, it seems they are hedging their bets. They realize Obama will be a strong contender in the fall. It's best to have a candidate go against Obama where the losses are minimum then catastroph­ic. Meaning, Romney might not win his bid for the White House, but would save the GOP seats in the House should he lose. However, a Gingrich run could possibly mean losing both the White House and the House.

    That all being said, I still wonder what the heck did Gingrich do or not do to ultra-cons­ervative Ann Coulter, Tom Delay and Bob Dole. Dole has been off the scene forever. At one point he was the front man for Viagra.

    In my lifetime, this has been one of the nastiest primary elections ever. I hate to imagine what the general will look like. And the US looks down on the election process of other countries. Perhaps we are no better?

  • shchph

    Hank Paulson, Timothy Geithner, Ben Bernanke, and – Mitt Romney.

    What’s the difference?

  • Sam Fox

    For every one.

    Here is the scoop on Newt. The lead article leaves out a lot.


    Quote from Newt's mentor's new age book, The Third Wave. From P2 of above link.

    " Toffler believes mankind is entering a new system. To the founding fathers in his book, he wrote, "For the system of government you fashioned including the very principles on which you based it, is increasingly obsolete, and hence increasingly, if inadvertently, oppressive and dangerous to our welfare. It must be radically changed and a new system of government invented, a democracy for the 21st century. For this wisdom, above all, I thank Mr. Jefferson who helped create the system that served us so well for so long, and that now must, in its turn, die and be replaced." " [End]

    Newt, CFR member:

    Newt & Romney on single payer.