Terrific. Newt Gingrich Schools Debate Moderator on Rules of War (Video)

Good for Newt–
Gingrich schooled CBS debate moderator Scott Pelley on the rules of war during the GOP debate last night in South Carolina.
Via Free Republic:

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  • Mahdi Al-Dajjal

    And the Democrat Party Controlled Mainstream Media will paint this entire exchange by Newt as YET ANOTHER REASON why New is a DANGEROUS MAN and TOTALLY UNQUALIIFED to be President of the United States.

  • vityas

    That’s presidential.

  • Bob Z

    Well said President Gingrich

  • Sam Stone

    Since when is a Presidential debate a place where the questioners ARGUE with the candidates? Ask the question and get the answer. Then a follow up if desired, but Pelly is a first class ass!

  • nano

    Watch this carefully. What you are seeing here is how the press will treat Newt at every press conference were he President. The days of lickspittle devotion like they have on now would be gone. Active confrontation would be the rule of the day simple and true.

  • Mope

    You cut that too soon, Mr. Hoft. While we can hear Romney saying “Well said” (I think it was Romney.), the next words out of the moderator’s piehole was “Let’s change the subject…”
    Obviously, Pelley didn’t want to look like the fool he is.

  • Shawnet

    #5 Nano:
    At least it would be interesting and informative to watch Newt as President school any journalist ignorant enough to go at him with the arrogance and “down his nose” attitude journalists such as Pelley project. And downright fun to watch, as a degreed journalist, I might add ;o)

  • Coasta

    Pelly poo injecting “that is ridiculous, it is a rule of law” is not moderators position. I agree with nano.

    But I sure do love it when the face of Newt becomes stern and he puts the media (who ever it is) on notice!

  • bg


    March 15, 2011

    Herman Cain DISMANTLES President Obama’s Foreign Policy

    bottom line:

    more or less, one way or another..

    all of them wound up stating something Herman Cain
    had stated in his first response to the first question..

    the MSM still dismissing HC as if he
    crawled out from under some rock..

    Herman Cain HeadshotHerman Cain is a businessman, politician, and radio host who is a candidate for the Republican nomination. He is the CEO of Godfather’s Pizza and was the chairman of the board of directors for the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansaas City. He currently serves as a minister at the Antioch Baptist Church North in Atlanta, Georgia. EDUinReview will now take a look at his education background.

    Cain was born on December 13, 1945, in Memphis Tennessee. His parents are Lenora and Luther Cain, Jr. In 1967, Cain graduated from Morehouse College, where he studied mathematics. Four years later, he earned a Master of Science degree from Purdue University, where he studied computer science. Cain earned his master’s degree while he was working as a full-time ballistics employee for the U.S. Department of the Navy. Cain has received eight honorary degrees from Creighton, Johnson & Wales, Morehouse College, University of Nebraska, New York City Technical College, Purdue, Suffolk University, and Tougaloo College.

    After Cain finished his master’s work at Purdue, he quit his job with the Navy and went to work for the Coca-Cola Company as a business analyst. He then joined Pillsbury in 1977 and became the Vice President of the company in the early 1980s. In 1988, Cain and several investors bought Godfather’s Pizza from Pillsbury and Cain became the CEO of the company.

    Cain first ran for a Republican presidential nomination in 2000, but he quickly withdrew from the race. In 2004, he ran for a position in the U.S. Senate in Georgia but came in second place, after Johnny Isakson. Then in 2010, Cain seemed to have found a new source of political inspiration. He spoke at more than 40 Tea Party rallies, visited all of the early presidential states, and even became a YouTube sensation. He announced a presidential exploratory committee in January 2011.

    Savage on Cain

    more of much more here..


  • Ipso Facto

    Pelley = Liberal dweeb.

  • Dave-O

    I wish we could have had another camera on Pelley’s face as Newt lectured him on what is indeed the “rule of law” – as that smug little satisfied smile slowly dripped off his face.

  • Robert

    They don’t seem so worried about “the rule of law” and whether “found guilty by a court of law, sir” when they are smearing Herman Cain.

  • bg



    damn, that man can’t debate a box of chocolates..


    slick Willie was the best??

    better the Hussein??

    go figure..

    oh wait, who was a ballistics major??

    damn, Cain would be the first black president elected by the content
    of his character, hence, the false sexual harassment, with absolutely
    no evidence to back it up, campaign against Cain.. ironically, the man
    most responsible for sexual harassment awareness in the workplace,
    again, go figure..

    Under Herman Cain, NRA launched sex harassment fight

    that too is from POLITICO, why haven’t the blogs, ie: Gateway Pundit,
    posted about it?? not to mention Herman Cain Is Telling The Truth..


    like i said, one need not love, like, nor vote for the man, but to
    deliberately sabotage the mans true intelligence, qualifications,
    and nature is an utter and despicable act of cowardliness imo..


  • Mrs. X

    Pelley got Newtered.

  • bg
  • The more I see of Newt during the debates, the more I like him. He is skewering the leftist moderators at a nice, fast pace.

  • Pete_Bondurant

    Look at Pelley’s dumb smile after he says “not the rule of law.” He thought he was being smart. It is incredible, the basic idea that those who wage war against the US and commits acts of war against the US are not entitled to civilian courts is something morons like Pelley just can’t wrap their heads around.

    In Pelley’s defense though, he was not taught that in journalism school.

  • pedro infante

    listen carefully

    before newt goes off you can hear the moderator say ” no ”

    that is very telling

    the debates are a trap

    its the moderators vs candidates

    just like bush ran against abc cnn cbs nbs nbs npr kgb nyt latimes

  • #3 Bob Z
    Hey, was that Mittens chirping in at the end saying ” . . . well said, well said . . .:?

  • pedro infante

    i meant nbc

  • Ohhhhhh, please God let there a debate between Mr Gingrich, and the pretender in chief…

    Ohhhhhh, Please I will be Eternally grateful…..Amen…..

  • John03

    It appears Mr. Pelley not only doesn’t know the rules of war but also the rules of fair and open debate. It’s the moderator’s job to encourage debate among the candidates, not with him.

  • Spider

    Newt must be active in the 2012 campaign one way or the other.

    If not nominee for Pres. he must be the VP choice.

    Would Romney pick Newt?

  • lizzy84
  • Mutnodjmet
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  • Eddie Willers

    Why did it take 10 years for someone to finally articulate it? Less than 1 minute clear & to the point.

  • owl

    I’m back on Perry. This is who I thought would show up in the beginning. I want executive experience with the decision making. Jobs. Money flowing. Shutting down stupid job killers.

    Newt would be my choice to be in combat with the legislative nuts. He would know how to get it done, but prefer him in the trenches and not with the button. He is a debater-in-chief.
    He is awesome with his knowledge. His judgement leaves something to be desired at times.


  • Frankly what would, Frankly, Newt Gingrich know, Frankly, about war. Flabby bodied, wide seated, big haired Chicken Hawk Warmonger, just like all Republicans…

  • progressoverpeace

    Liberal idiots think that the US Constitution extends over the entire galaxy … but only for the times when they want to make some argument against America. Of course, this sort of idiocy is to be expected from any society stupid enough to belong to a an awful (even from a theoretical viewpoint) entity such as the UN. Americans are brainwashed into thinking that that sort of peerless, competitionless empowered entity is reasonable … LOL. SO, it isn’t a far stretch from that abject idiocy to thinking that the US Constituion is operative over the whole of the known universe – though there is no rule-making, enforcment or adjudication at that “global” level … but that nver stopped the left from declaring such a government.

    I know the left too well to like anything about them. Their self-hate (the one point of leftist philosophy that they got correct – anyone who knows a leftist well enough would have to hate him) and stupidity certainly extend to the far corners of the universe, unlike the US Constitution, which was made to be operative over …. the sovereign territory of the US.

  • Patty

    Newt Gingrich Scolds Piers Morgan for Trying to Teach Him About Politics

    Read more: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/noel-sheppard/2011/11/08/newt-gingrich-scolds-piers-morgan-trying-explain-reality-politics-him#ixzz1dbbgv0lf

    Let this be a lesson to conservatives. Stop being afraid of these left-wing clowns. Derisively and authoritatively smack them down, like Newt Gingrich does on a constant basis. If this “moderator” had bothered to read the Geneva Conventions, he would know that U.S.-ratified international law sides with Newt’s argument.


    “Smartest guy in the room.” “A genius.” “Brilliant.” “Fantastic to listen to.” “I would love to see him debate Obama.” “But he can’t win.”

    “If you’re like me, every time Newt Gingrich’s name comes up, this is the kind of thing you hear. Conservatives love him. He’s clearly the smartest guy on the stage and the candidate best suited to take the fight to Obama. So why does he always get ignored? …Consider this email your permission slip to do what you’ve wanted to do all along: get behind Newt Gingrich and fight for the smartest, most electable conservative in the race.”


  • Spider

    Google News page headline is “Romney, Gingrich will take us to war against Iran”

    Get ready ladies and gentlemen, the media is in full cover O’s ass mode.

    But I really think America knows we need to head hard back to the right, so I think the media’s portrayals, and gotcha techniques will back fire this time.

  • #29 November 13, 2011 at 11:04 am
    Grung_e_Gene commented:
    Frankly what would, Frankly, Newt Gingrich know, Frankly, about war. Flabby bodied, wide seated, big haired Chicken Hawk Warmonger, just like all Republicans…

    To name two little presidential wars being fought without Congressional approval, Uganda and Libya, Obama sure is a chickenhawk war mongerer. Oh wait, . . .

  • Benton Park Avenger

    Well said Grung e Gene. But a President Gingrich would at least be able to explain why we backed BP-UK and France Elf/Total in their double double cross of Gaddafi. Actually Gene, if you understood the context of the quote, Newt was defending Obama’s assasination of an Al Qeada member who had American Citizenship. Are you on twitter? I would love to collect these pearls of wisdom all day long.

  • bg
  • babbling bonehead libtard

    But… but… Miranda!! War crime! Abu Ghraib! Assassination!

  • Patty


    Bill Maher: ‘Jon Huntsman Can Suck My C–k!’

    Bill Maher spent the bulk of his final program of the season Friday disgracefully attacking any Republican he could think of.

    Early in the panel segment of HBO’s Real Time, the host went into a tirade about the former governor of Utah saying, “Jon Huntsman can suck my c–k” (video follows with transcript and commentary, strong vulgarity warning):

    Read more: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/noel-sheppard/2011/11/12/bill-maher-jon-huntsman-can-suck-my-c-k#ixzz1dbgAlzi3


    I suppose because this is HBO and you have to subscribe to it, you are allowed to say just about anything and treat another human being like dog crap. Well, Maher is a sad and very lonely man and will be off the air if more don’t watch and don’t subscribe. Boycott HBO

  • Patty

    Marist Poll: Gingrich Now 2nd, Ahead of Cain

    Read more on Newsmax.com: Marist Poll: Gingrich Now Second, Ahead of Cain
    Important: Do You Support Pres. Obama’s Re-Election? Vote Here Now!

  • Patty
  • Earthmover

    Hopefully Israel will take it to Iran soon so the media wont use the prospect of
    a conservative President doing it.

  • chuck in st paul

    What I would DEARLY love to see is a polite and gentlemanly conservative President cancel the press credentials of EVERY ONE of the LSM media ass biscuits then go out and beat the bushes for small town papers all over the country and assign the passes to them. Heck… give ’em per diem so they can afford to reside in the DC area and be engaged all the time.

    Same thing for the TV and radio media clowns. Find some nice local stations and fix up direct feeds for them when there’s a Presidential address.

  • Nanna

    What this poor Pelly didn’t stop to think about, is his smark aleck attitude might have been toward the next President of the United States. These reporters need to start being more respectful, or payback might be hell.

  • Patty


    Source: Hundreds of NK nuclear and missile experts working in Iran


  • bg


    Patty #43 November 13, 2011 at 11:39 am 🙁

    that hasn’t exactly been a secret.. *sigh*


  • bg


    must have posted the following at l;east
    a hundred times, so what’s one more..

    Why Haven’t We Seen This?

    [We have a strategy drawn up for the destruction of Anglo-Saxon
    civilization… we must make use of everything we have at hand to
    strike at this front by means of our suicide operations or by means
    of our missiles. There are 29 sensitive sites in the U.S. and in the
    West. We have already spied on these sites and we know how we
    are going to attack them.

    scroll up for much more, or not, your choice..

    so is this..


  • If you want the protections of the U.S. Constitution and civilian courts of law, then you must SUBMIT YOURSELF to them. Otherwise you are off the reservation and deserve whatever comes to you.

  • USMC Thomas

    I am so tired of these narcissistic, vacuous talking heads positioning themselves as moral arbiter’s of the politically correct opinion.

  • bg


    think i found an explanation for what’s
    in between a rock and a hard place..


  • Patty

    #44 November 13, 2011 at 11:52 am
    bg commented:



  • RL

    > #37 November 13, 2011 at 11:19 am
    > Patty commented:

    > Bill Maher: ‘Jon Huntsman Can Suck My C–k!’

    I’m not sure if BM has the complete support mechanism for that….

  • Patty

    #48 November 13, 2011 at 12:23 pm
    bg commented

    Oh, dear God. 😆

  • bg


    re: #48 November 13, 2011 at 12:23 pm bg

    oops, wrong thread..


  • Patty

    #45 November 13, 2011 at 12:00 pm
    bg commented:


    that hasn’t exactly been a secret.. *sigh* Sorry, had to do it. 😆

  • song of the south

    #28-Excellent choice.

  • bg


    Patty #51 November 13, 2011 at 12:32 pm

    here you go.. 😉

    Patty #53 November 13, 2011 at 12:34 pm

    and i’m glad you did, so keep doing it, we are
    in such a deep sleep, i can hear US snoring..

    sooner or later something has to wake US the hell up..

    and it sure as hell won’t be OWS chaos..


  • Sandy

    When I voted Dem I always had respect and admiration for this man. He is a no nonsense guy who pulls no punches.

  • Patty


    ot….Obama thinks we are lazy, just look at what government has produced.

  • Sandy

    I fear the October surprise will be a war with or against Iran. Obama sees his polling on Foreign Policy is high so a little war should cement his second term. After who would change horses in the middle of the stream with a hot war going on? Romney said it — If Obama gets back in there will be another war in the Middle East. Scary!

  • Craig

    Once again, Ron Paul won the GOP debate last night in a landslide. But the corrupted CBS pulled off the poll… just like the CNN did before.

    Ron Paul 2012 – Wins Again – Nov. 12th 2011 CBS Debate (MUST SEE) Corrupt Media Proof !!!!!

  • bg
  • Patty

    #55 November 13, 2011 at 12:41 pm
    bg commented:

    8) I am

    Hope no one sees me. Kidding and the occupiers are just plain useless. Really, they are accomplishing just how apparently clear it is that our School system is a complete and utter disaster. Fail. And the parents, omg, the parents of these occupiers, what have they done.

    Complete failures have raised the kids to continue on: No goals, no morals, no opinions that make a lick of sense.

  • Patty

    #60 November 13, 2011 at 12:52 pm
    bg commented:


    GOP 2012: The Hold Your Nose Tracker

    more here..

    really like her and her opinions. She get fired up at times. thanks

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  • bg


    Which path will you choose, America?

    [When the Republican presidential candidates were asked in the most
    recent debate if the United States should help bail out these bankrupt
    European nations, the consensus response was “no.”

    This, I believe, is the correct answer for two very basic reasons.]

    “stop giving money to our enemies”

    more here & throughout thread..

    [and just a reminder, Cain is a ballistics expert..]


  • Got Billy Ayers on Speed Dial

    I would never vote for Romney or Romney Lite (Gingrich). The conservative porn he dishes may be viscerally satisfying, but he runs the risk of being the grouchy old man who shakes his stick.

    Gingrich left Congress with Congress members from both parties cheering his departure. He is the classic bright mind with sharp elbows.

  • We posted this conversation with the title: “Gingrich Does it Again. This Time It Dresses-down the Liberal Moderator at the CBS Debate”

    We point to the significance of the repetitive scrambles between the media and Gingrich, with Gingrich coming out victorious again and again.

    Just below that we have, “Sexual Harassment? Gingrich Gives Bartiromo a “Dressing-Down”.
    And, “The Refreshing Admission of the Campaign Year”, where Gingrich admits, “this is the dumbest thing I have done in a long time”.

    Quite a chain and proof that Gingrich is up to the job. See them all HERE
    We would like to know what you think.

  • Fionnagh

    #29 – see #24.

  • KLD

    Bet that wiped the smug look right off his face. Good job Mr Gingrich!

  • Patty


    Singer crashes Obama summit with ‘Occupy’ song
    AFPAFP – 50 mins ago


  • Patty



    UP to 12 fighter-bombers are to be part of a massive security operation for President Barack Obama’s visit to Darwin on Thursday.

  • Patty

    12, count em’ 12 fighter jets, what did that cost America. Bringing home Military to protect him.

  • Patty

    No more respect in this nation, no wonder voters voted Obama.


    Copper thieves steal sword at Lincoln tomb

    Who ever buys this or thinks of buying should report this.

  • bg


    November 13, 2011

    Herman Cain continues to hold on to GOP lead in key states

    [The media and Republican establishment are outraged that Americans
    refuse to buy into their incessant hammering of Herman Cain.

    But Americans are fed up with both of these tyrants and, so far, are
    refusing to allow these organizations that hate their guts to choose
    their candidate for them, as has happened too many times in the past.

    there is a God & we are the people..


  • shrek

    Herman Cain, one angry man who won’t become president | Statesman Journal | statesmanjournal.com


    WASHINGTON — The Hermanator is now the hunted.

    Herman Cain, the long-shot Republican presidential-candidate-turned-front-runner, has done just about everything wrong since news broke Sunday night that his former employer had paid two women to settle sexual harassment complaints against him.
    Cain denied it. He said the women didn’t understand his humor. He said his accusers fabricated the charges. He said he couldn’t remember the details, then suddenly he could. He said he had no knowledge of the settlement, then suddenly recalled some details, which turned out to be vastly understated. He publicly predicted more allegations would surface. He blamed his opponents, he howled about racism, and he accused the media and the entire city of Washington of trying to do him in.
    On Wednesday morning, he raised the paranoia dial another notch. “There are factions trying to destroy me personally, and this campaign,” he announced, revealing this conspiracy to a group of technology executives at the Ritz-Carlton in Tysons Corner, Va.
    At his next stop, a Hilton hotel in Alexandria, the amiable candidate finally blew his stack — and the scene quickly escalated into violence. It began when a reporter asked Cain if he would release his accusers from their confidentiality agreements.
    “I’m not going to talk about it,” Cain snapped, “so don’t even bother asking me all of these other questions that y’all are curious about. OK? Don’t even bother.”
    “It’s a good question,” the reporter pointed out. “Are you concerned?” asked another.
    Evidently, Cain was. “What did I say?” he hissed at the reporters, then attempted to break through the pack, shouting: “Excuse me. Excuse me! EXCUSE ME!” At that, his bodyguards began throwing elbows and shoving the reporters and photographers. “Stand back! … Do not push me! … Pushing is against the law! … Watch out! … Get a grip on yourself!” In the melee, a young boy and his father were shoved up against a wall.
    His campaign’s fisticuffs with Washington journalists probably won’t do Cain any harm among his supporters in Iowa; in fact, it will probably help. But Cain’s loss of control is a reminder of why he’s never going to be president, no matter how high he rises in GOP primary polls.
    His presidential bid was meant to be a lark, likely a gambit to increase speaking fees and book sales, perhaps to gain him a gig on cable news. At first, he was in on the joke, gaming the primary process and making up policies as he went along. He drank alcohol during public appearances, even in the morning. He allowed the release of a bizarre ad showing his chief of staff blowing smoke. He greeted female interviewers as “sweetheart” and occasionally gave them hugs.
    His staff celebrated his quirks in a don’t-feed-the-animals memo to those aides traveling in a car with the candidate: “Do not speak to him unless you are spoken to.”
    It was, at its very core, a preposterous premise: That a man who, as the former head of a big Washington trade group was at the very heart of this town’s lobbying culture, would run a campaign as the ultimate political outsider. He would claim that running for president “didn’t start as a consideration until after President Obama took office” — even though Cain ran for president once before, in 2000.
    But like the Duchy of Grand Fenwick in the Peter Sellers film “The Mouse that Roared,” Cain found himself triumphant against all odds. “We are surprised we’re doing so well so fast,” he acknowledged to the business leaders in Tysons Corner.
    But now, under the scrutiny that comes with being a top-tier candidate, Cain’s lark has become hard labor. The sunny candidate is now snarling and shouting, and obviously not enjoying himself in the least.
    “Can you tell us why you lost your temper this morning?” Fox News’ Chad Pergram asked the candidate when he arrived on Capitol Hill for a meeting to discuss health care with lawmakers.
    “Should a man whose company paid $35,000 for a woman to keep quiet be president?” asked NBC’s Luke Russert.
    This time, Cain ignored them. As the party got to the meeting room, his bodyguard resumed his shoving and elbowing, blocking congressional staff and reporters from getting into the meeting. When challenged, the bodyguard explained himself: “I make the rules.”
    Not anymore.

  • Blackwater

    Just remember Newt is a liberal con man. People need to get past his speeches and look at his ACTUAL RECORD. Since the 1980s Newt has been nothing but a Big Government Statist. He’s supported every hair brain scheme the far left cooked up.

    As of May THIS YEAR, Newt was supporting GOVERNMENT MANDATED health care insurance. He’s supported cap and tax, amnesty for illegals, and “green jobs” programs like Solyndra.

    As a lobbyist, I mean “consultant”, Newt has shilled for Freddie Mac, at the very time Republicans were trying to reform both Fannie and Freddie. Newt was paid handsomely ($300,000) to stop them. He’s also an ethanol whore, having gotten nearly a million bucks to shill for them, like he just did in Iowa.

    Also remember Newt is corrupt. People forget he was the ONLY Speaker of the House in the 222 year history of the House of Representatives to be officially disciplined for ethics violations.

    Newt is a disaster and would be the worst possible choice.

    That a single human being supports this liberal con man is a national tragedy.

  • Molon Labe

    We got to see who was an idiot saying torture was illegal and who was a realist. The morons who try and square the circle that torture doesn’t work will have to explain the following to me:

    -Why it is used so effectively by our enemies.
    -Why it has been used for centuries, especially since it is so ineffective.
    -Terrorists are defined under artuicle IV of the the GGeneva Accords, which the US has ratified (and yes there are versions the US is not party to). According to this terrorists are guaranteed a swift execution without trial.
    -Terrorists are not and never have been protected by the Accords.
    -Exactly what is torture. The US Navy practised keel hauling and used the cat, the army tarred and feathered deserters and made them ride the horsae. Exactly what has been done to terrorists that approaches these?

    The MSM wouldn’t understand the laws of war if it ran over them.

  • bg


    shrek #74 November 13, 2011 at 4:30 pm

    NOVEMBER 2, 2011

    nuff said..


  • bg


    bottom line:

    Newt talks the talk..

    Herman walks the walk..


  • Skip

    Foks…if it is not Gingrich/Rubio…Obama wins a second term and will destroy our country.

  • bg


    “i absolutely would reverse all 3 of those policies” ~ Herman Cain

    Michele Bachmann stood up to the attempted intimidation as well..

    i don’t know about anyone else, but why are we allowing liberals to
    get their power jolies by conducting all of these televised (so called)
    conservative debates?? gah!!


  • bg


    re: #25 November 13, 2011 at 11:17 am bg

    Cain: Obama On Wrong Side Of Every Issue In Arab World


  • Pelly was so proud of himself until Newt put the smack down on him and shoved it right up his liberal backside.

  • Son of Walden

    Mr. Gingrich, what you’ve just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.

  • mcc

    Shrek #74 — “…the scrutiny that comes with being a top-tier candidate…”

    Hey shrek, ever wonder why that only applies to candidates with an “R” after their names?

    You think Barry would have been polite if he’d been hounded about the Larry Sinclair allegations? You think he would have had his bodyguards push and shove a few reporters if they’d bothered to dog him with questions about that limousine ride – the cocaine and oral sex?

    What if they’d asked him if he thought it was a coincidence that 3 gay men (2 from TUCC) he knew were found dead (2 shot execution-style) just as his campaign began in ’07?

    You might want to think about Herman Cain and the lovely woman he’s been married to for 40 plus years. And then think about Barry and his wife. Think, too, about the values each has espoused and his track record of honesty.

    Then decide whose accusers are more believable. And which candidate deserves to be questioned – repeatedly.

  • mcc

    #75, Blackwater — you gotta forgive us. Newt’s far from perfect, but alot of us simply love the idea of that mouth and brain of his pumping out reponses to the fraud’s lameness in future debates.

    Sorry, it’s just too tempting.

    Oh, and btw, I think Newt understands our Constitution and respects the restrictions on presidential power far better than the WH commie. I wouldn’t worry so long as we have the House and/or Senate in conservative hands.

    I’ll be interested to see how/if he survives what may very well be his closer “scrutiny.” You can darn well bet Team Obama is hard at work on it.

    Why else would we have heard from you?

  • Louis

    #78 commented

    “Herman walks the walk.”

    Yeah, The cock of the walk! Except when he’s hiding behind his wife.

    Just like this guy, right?


  • bg


    Louis #86 November 14, 2011 at 7:40 am

    you are so far behind with he facts of the
    matter, you must be a good friend of GP..

    just a wee sample:

    2 women, no charges filed, no claims made..

    “just words”, just like Obama’s..

    Herman Cain was a sexual harassment
    awareness pioneer in the workplace..

    go figure (fitb)head..

    btw, Herman Cain is innocent of sexual advances


  • bg


    mcc #85 November 14, 2011 at 2:37 am

    not like this man, right?? /s/


  • bg


    re: bg et al posts..

    six years in the United States Dept of Navy as a ballistics expert

    an honest man with a long and illustrious career, and only
    1 women who worked at the NRA in the 3 years Herman Cain
    also worked & traveled as CEO for the company has come forth..

    ipso facto’s: her lawyer not only stated he does not
    have any files, but she cannot recall a thing about it..

    and then there’s the paid bimbo Bialek, who’s only connection to
    the other woman is that they both have Obama connections.. 🙄

    yet so many are still anxious to lynch the man

    God help you..


  • bg
  • Ripped

    Gingrich was the Grand Old Pal of President Bill Clinton. He supported Clinton’s unconstitutional wars (as he did Bush’s); he supported Clinton’s welfare programs, education programs, labor programs, and environmental programs, as well as most of his foreign affairs programs. Gingrich supported spending $30 billion for the Violent Crime and Law Enforcement Act of 1994 that shackled gun owners with new restrictions, federalized a number of crimes, and handed the feds police powers that the Constitution reserves to the states. (I guess the NRA forgot all about that, too.)

    Gingrich voted to give billions of dollars to United Nations “peacekeeping” operations; he supported the National Endowment for the Arts; he supports giving illegal aliens amnesty; and he has continually supported increased federal spending and higher taxes.

    In spite of overwhelming evidence that Newt Gingrich is a scheming, double-talking, duplicitous Big-Government globalist of the highest order, many conservatives continue to listen to pro-Gingrich propaganda coming from Fox News and other “conservative” outlets.

    If true conservatism has any chance of reemerging within the sheepfold of what is known as the national Republican Party, Newt Gingrich, must not be allowed to be anywhere near it. Unfortunately, thanks to mindless party hack media outlets, Gingrich is prowling around the barnyard and doubtless licking his chops at the prospect of having another opportunity to feast on the flesh of unsuspecting conservative sheep that foolishly believe him to be one of them.

  • bg


    Ripped #91 November 14, 2011 at 10:35 am

    hah, and most conservatives believe liberals are tools..

    however, the joke is on them, as the majority not only think Obama
    was “elected”.. but that McCain was “selected” to run against him..

    and please correct me if i’m wrong, but Herman Cain is the first
    “non-politician” to ever to run for president at a time when our
    AGAIN, ergo, there is a God & we are the people..

    Thank You Herman Cain & Sarah Palin..


  • Ripped

    #76 Molon Labe

    “Why it is used so effectively by our enemies.”

    Did it work on John McCain?

    Torture is uncivilized and un-American. Torture is illegal under international law and under our law. It’s also immoral. And it’s also very impractical. There’s no evidence that you really get reliable evidence.

    It’s constitutionally illegal. Wake up. Follow the rule of law and quit supporting liberal con men like Newt.

  • Ripped

    BG #92

    Most constitutional conservatives think “wannabe conservatives” like you are tools also and put you in the same category as liberals.

    “Herman Cain and Sarah Palin” What? Are you having a contest for the most vapid foreign policy idea’s?

    I agree that “POLITICO NEEDS CLEANING OUT FROM ATTIC TO CELLER & BACK” but putting a fox in charge of the hen house is not the answer. Cain is an insider, former Fed Reserve chairman and if you haven’t noticed it’s the banksters that control the politicos.

    Make NO MISTAKE about Herman Cain. Herman Cain is NO conservative. He is NO Tea Party candidate. He is an establishment Republican In Name Only. His positions on past issues are all we need to know that a Herman Cain presidency would not shrink the size of government, increase your liberties, or return America to its Constitution.

    Herman Cain supported the TARP bailouts. He even wrote a column to vigorously argue in favor of the Wall Street bailout in 2008, writing: “Wake up people! Owning a part of the major banks in America is not a bad thing. We could make a profit while solving a problem.” Cain derided opponents of the bailouts as “free market purists.” That sounds more like something Rachel Maddow would call Tea Partiers than something a true Tea Partier would use as an insult.

    Herman Cain enthusiastically endorsed Mitt Romney for President in 2008. Herman Cain called Mitt Romney his “No. 1 choice” for president. Remember that Mitt “RINO” brought socialized medicine to Massachusetts as governor, and his “RomneyCare” legislation would eventually form the blueprint for ObamaCare, which all true Tea Partiers strongly opposed! How can a “Tea Party candidate” like Herman Cain endorse someone like Mitt Romney for president?

    Herman Cain opposes an audit of the Federal Reserve. Actually a former chairman of the Federal Reserve bank of Kansas City, Herman Cain opposes an audit of the Federal Reserve bank and supports its continued existence and manipulation of our dollar. This isn’t even just a Tea Party issue. 80% of ALL AMERICANS want an audit of the Fed. Herman Cain doesn’t.

    You have a responsibility to your country not to let your fellow Americans be fooled by the false impression Herman Cain is working hard to cultivate about himself.

    At this time of crisis, America CANNOT afford to elect someone with such a spotty record of positions and endorsements. We absolutely must elect someone with a die-hard record of unyielding commitment to liberty, someone who we absolutely KNOW will shrink the size, role, and influence of the government in Washington.

  • bg


    Ripped #94 November 14, 2011 at 11:18 am

    matters not what i am or not, what matters is both leftists
    and rightists seem all too willing to drink the MSM kooliad..

    my country is full of crapheads who think the
    other side is full of crapheads who can’t think..

    they’re both full of crap & Ron Paul is the headmaster ofall crapheads..

    good luck with the future, as i’m certain the
    next generation will come back to bite you..

    problem is Herman Cain is way too intelligent to be understood, he does
    not support not auditing the FED.. people did & do not listen to what he
    says.. he also explained his support for TARP, however, so did Gingrich,
    Perry, Romney, all but Bachmann i believe.. and he didn’t have a vote..


    oh yeah.. i supported ROMNEY over rINO McLAME, so what’s your point??


  • bg


    re: #95 November 14, 2011 at 12:07 pmbg

    i voted for Sarah Palin, as did the majority of so called “conservatives”..

    and she almost won it for him..

    and they are not about to let that happen again via CAIN..


  • bg


    re: #96 November 14, 2011 at 12:10 pm bg

    clarification re: “they”

    dhimmi Dems & rino Reps aka: the “Career
    Politician Establishment”, HMM HMM HMM..


  • daryl

    Selling Pizza, Pillsbury bisquits, and hamburger bildermergers does NOT a U.S. President make.

    York: Cain stumbles in foreign policy debate | Campaign 2012 | Washington Examiner


    Women have had enought of Cornbread’s harrassment charges……
    So sad, too bad,cain’s gone.

    Cain sinks in major realignment of GOP race | Campaign 2012 | Washington Examiner


  • bg


    Bubba v Brains

    Herman Cain is a businessman, politician, and radio host who is a candidate for the Republican nomination. He is the CEO of Godfather’s Pizza and was the chairman of the board of directors for the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansaas City. He currently serves as a minister at the Antioch Baptist Church North in Atlanta, Georgia. EDUinReview will now take a look at his education background.

    Cain was born on December 13, 1945, in Memphis Tennessee. His parents are Lenora and Luther Cain, Jr. In 1967, Cain graduated from Morehouse College, where he studied mathematics. Four years later, he earned a Master of Science degree from Purdue University, where he studied computer science. Cain earned his master’s degree while he was working as a full-time ballistics employee for the U.S. Department of the Navy. Cain has received eight honorary degrees from Creighton, Johnson & Wales, Morehouse College, University of Nebraska, New York City Technical College, Purdue, Suffolk University, and Tougaloo College.

    After Cain finished his master’s work at Purdue, he quit his job with the Navy and went to work for the Coca-Cola Company as a business analyst. He then joined Pillsbury in 1977 and became the Vice President of the company in the early 1980s. In 1988, Cain and several investors bought Godfather’s Pizza from Pillsbury and Cain became the CEO of the company.

    Cain first ran for a Republican presidential nomination in 2000, but he quickly withdrew from the race. In 2004, he ran for a position in the U.S. Senate in Georgia but came in second place, after Johnny Isakson. Then in 2010, Cain seemed to have found a new source of political inspiration. He spoke at more than 40 Tea Party rallies, visited all of the early presidential states, and even became a YouTube sensation. He announced a presidential exploratory committee in January 2011.

    more here & here & here (just a sample of much much more)..


  • daryl

    Who wants him now? He’s damaged goods. Harrassment rumors out the wazoo.

    What’s he gonna do, sue somebody and run for prez at the same time?? What good will it do him? Think he has a chance after peeping out from behind his wife’s skirts today? Mama! Come get yo baby boy.
    Just get the hell out of the way and let the primariies work. You blew it, cornbread.

  • daryl

    Just heard on Hannity. Cornbread is waaaaaaaaaaaaaaay doooooooooooooown in he polls and dropping like a rock
    Byyyeee Herman

  • David Sheldon

    Gingrich has a way of sounding authoritative even when he is speaking drivel. The moderator’s question was an appropriate and well phrased restatement of a position taken weeks earlier by candidate Ron Paul. Gingrich’s answer was totally non responsible because he ignored the fact that the man was assassinated outside of any recognized combat zone and that no true process of law was involved.

  • mcc

    About that waterboarding thingie:

    Representative Peter King told Bill O’Reilly that waterboarding worked as terror mastermind Khalid Sheik Mohammed gave up the courier information that led to Osama bin Laden’s killing – which was confirmed by other terror suspects.

    No wonder VP Cheney was smiling…


    Video at link – O’Reilly asks Rep. King: “Tell us something we don’t know.”

  • mcc

    I suggest a visit here:


    to disabuse those who entertain silly notions such as these re Newt:

    …he supported Clinton’s welfare programs… (#91)


    In 1996, after constructing two welfare reform bills that were vetoed by President Clinton,[33] Gingrich and his supporters pushed for the passage of the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act (PRWORA), a bill aimed at substantially reconstructing the welfare system. Introduced by Rep. E. Clay Shaw, Jr., the act gave state governments more autonomy over welfare delivery, while also reducing the federal government’s responsibilities. It instituted the Temporary Assistance to Needy Families program, which placed time limits on welfare assistance and replaced the longstanding Aid to Families with Dependent Children program. Other changes to the welfare system included stricter conditions for food stamps eligibility, reductions in immigrant welfare assistance, and recipient work requirements.
    President Clinton found the legislation more conservative than he would have preferred; however, having vetoed two earlier welfare proposals from the Republican-majority Congress, it was considered a political risk to veto a third bill during a campaign season with welfare reform as a central theme.

  • mcc

    A bit more from link at #104. Gingrich’s Contract with America:

    Congress fulfilled Gingrich’s Contract promise to bring all ten of the Contract’s issues to a vote within the first 100 days of the session, even though most legislation was initially held up in the Senate. Over the objection of liberal/progressive interest groups[29] and President Clinton, who called it the “Contract on America”,[30] many aspects of the proposal were implemented in subsequent legislation.

    Legislation proposed by the 104th United States Congress included term limits for Congressional Representatives, tax cuts, welfare reform, and a balanced budget amendment, as well as independent auditing of the finances of the House of Representatives and elimination of non-essential services such as the House barbershop and shoe-shine concessions. Following Gingrich’s first two years as House Speaker, the Republican majority was re-elected in the 1996 election, the first time Republicans had done so in 68 years, and the first simultaneous with a Democratic president winning re-election.[31]

  • mcc

    Sorry, Ripped #91, you have zero credibility:

    …he has continually supported increased federal spending and higher taxes.

    Take your liberal lies somewhere else.

  • Randy

    Newt is the sharpest tool in the shed. We need to put him to work for all of us!