Gingrich Supporters Release Anti-Romney Flick On His Tenure With Bain Capital (Trailer)

Newt Gingrich supporters bought rights to a a short movie critical of Mitt Romney’s tenure as Head of Bain Capital.

King of the Bain – When Mitt Romney Came to Town
The trailer was released yesterday:

ABC News reported:

Supporters of Newt Gingrich have bought the rights to a new short movie that is very critical of Mitt Romney’s tenure as head of Bain Capital.

Romney’s business career made him a very wealthy man, but has come under some criticism because Bain bought some companies and put them out of business.

The movie, called “King of Bain, When Mitt Romney Came to Town,” has not been distributed, but has been viewed by ABC News. It was made by former Romney supporters and intersperses interviews with some workers who blame Romney’s company for losing their jobs with ominous music. At one point it focuses on K.B. Toys, which made money for Bain even as it closed stores.

The movie and Romney’s record at Bain were the subject of questioning at the ABC News and Yahoo News sponsored debate in New Hampshire Saturday night, when George Stephanopoulos asked Gingrich to talk about it.

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  • Dale

    Perhaps we should ask Newt about his support of the individual mandate for nationalized healthcare (same as Obama) his support for Cap and Trade and sitting on the couch in that ad with Nancy Pelosi. Perhaps Newt should really explain cheating on 2 of his wives. Wow, the guy has a lot of baggage. Newt, why exactly did you earn all those consulting fees from Freddie Mac and how is that working out for Americans today????

  • RedBeard

    Well, there he goes again. I wish Gingrich would focus on actual national issues, rather than doing awful stuff like this. Newt might as well be on Obama’s payroll, giving the Obama campaign this sort of help against Romney, should he become our nominee.

    If Newt continues with this nasty campaigning against a fellow Republican, I predict his poll numbers will fall even farther. Like Romney or not, this sort of thing does not help in the long run.

    Newt, give us reasons to vote for you. This crapola isn’t doing that.

  • retire05

    In 1993, Bail Capital became co-ower of Worldwide Grinding Systems, a steel plant, in Kansas City, Missouri. Bain’s initial investment was $8 million. It was renamed GS Technologies.

    In less than a decade, the company that Bain promised to set right was bankrupt and out of business. And hundreds of Worldwide career employes were out of a job. But that was not the worst part of it; those employees lost a good share of their [unprotected] retirement funds.

    But here is the money quote from the Reuter’s article:

    “What’s more, a federal government insurance agency [funded by taxpayer dollars] had to pony up $44 million to bail out the company’s underfunded pension plan. Nevertheless, Bain profited on the deal, receiving $12 million on its $8 million initial investment and at least $4.5 million in consulting fees.

    And while Romney supporters will tell you that he was no longer with Bain at the time of GS Technology’s closing, he was still receiving dividends from the company building his estimated wealth of between $190 to $250 million. Yes, Romney profitied from the demise of the company and the loss of hundreds of jobs that affected Kansas City, Missouri.

  • a former dem

    I’m sure the demonrats must be estatic with Newt.

  • Gingrich is getting desperate

  • retire05

    Dale and RedBeard, are you aware that the Romney campaign has created entire websites to bash both Rick Perry and Newt Gingrich? So what does Newt have to lose?

    Yeah, we are told that voters don’t like negative campaign ads, but the fact remains, they work. And while they may not held Gingrich, they will serve to create doubt about Mittens in the mind of voters who are worried about the jobs market and unemployment.

    Someone has to go after Romney, and it is clear the LSM is not going to, so who would you suggest does?

  • retire05

    Obummer claims he is creating jobs. Romney claims he created jobs.

    Where’s the beef?

  • retire05

    Obama’s campaign motto: Change We Can Believe In

    Romney’s campaign motto: No Change With Mitt

  • JB

    “I wish Gingrich would focus on actual national issues, rather than doing awful stuff like this. Newt might as well be on Obama’s payroll, giving the Obama campaign this sort of help against Romney, should he become our nominee. ”

    Do you seriously believe that Obama wouldn’t go after Mitt for this if Newt hadn’t brought it up?

    The only difference is, by then it would be too late to properly vet Mitt and pick another candidate if he is found unelectable.

    It’s a terrible idea to give Mitt a pass during the primary. Because the MSM and the Obama campaign certainly won’t. They’re setting him up to knock him down the second he wraps up the nomination.

  • GOP KICKS ASS

    Bain is a tempest in a teapot. All Mitt has to respond is, yes, people did lose their jobs because they were working for companies that were poorly run and going bankrupt, but look at how many people’s jobs we saved by buying the company going under and the jobs since that have been created by turning the companies around. Now, let’s talk about Obama’s pals at bankrupt Solyndra getting millions of taxpayer dollars just before the company declares bankrupcy.

  • bg

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    strictly speaking “POLITICAL ADS”..

    i’m favoring Gingrich, but these sort of attacks truly bother me, as they
    should be balanced via noting all of his successes as well.. ergo, i can
    only hope & pray they don’t hurt him, because i don’t believe they help
    him.. *sigh*

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  • cal rifkin

    That’s not going to hurt Romney in the pubs’ contest. Maybe the dims will use it if Romney’s the nominee, but Newt’s boys have a real bad strategery here.

  • GOP KICKS ASS

    Also, Republicans like me are going to be ticked off about this movie taking down the possible nominee. I think this will eventually backfire. You should have stayed positive towards your fellow candidates Newt. You now look like an Obama-style whiner.

  • twolaneflash

    Sarah? Tea Party? Anyone? Bueller?

  • retire05

    #13, if this is going to take Romney down, do you think the Democrats, and David Axelrod, are above using this in the general election? MoveOn.org is already using Bain against Romney. And George Soros has very, VERY deep pockets.

    You want Newt to stay positive while Mittens devotes an entire web site to taking hits on Newt?

    Guess we know who you support.

  • Patty

    I don’t like unfair attacks but we had an opportunity to attack Obama on his record and his associates long ago. What happen there? Media love affair. No research by voters, that was apparent. Media love affair and Obama was off limits? Really, racist if you attacked him.

    We see what happen by not getting the truth out there. If this ad is bad, why is it others have pounced on Gingrich. I am not for anyone of these candidates, yet.

    But one thing for sure is, do these people in this ad have it right or wrong. Is it worth checking out and if not true will Romney rebut.

    We need to realize one thing, this is for the President of the United States, we truly need to get very familiar with each candidates record.

    And one thing is for sure, these guys are all millionaires. They all live in an elitist world. Trust me if one does get in the White House, remember the promises and if you become less than happy that is who you voted for but remember everyone of these candidates must be researched, thoroughly.

  • bg

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    imo, and i’m not saying no wrong was done, heck, look what Michelle &
    Barack did, but it sort of reminds me of the same thing they did to Bush
    via ENRON (more here)..

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  • bg

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    i’m not blaming Gingrich directly, i hope he
    speaks out about it & clarifies his stance..

    who knows, are they really Gingrich
    “supporters” who put this ad out??

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  • Big Al

    Gingrich is a petty little a**hole with a mean streak, but, I hope the libs try this line of attack. All Romney has to do is say – go talk to the dealers who were sacked and the bondholders who were absolutely screwed in order to give GM to the unions. End of story.

  • Jacks

    Romney owes Newt a thank you. Using this false irrational class warfare attack now will provide inoculation. The defenses and counter attacks will saturate the public space in the weeks ahead, ensuring it will already be in the voting calculus well before the fall election.

  • JB

    “That’s not going to hurt Romney in the pubs’ contest. Maybe the dims will use it if Romney’s the nominee, but Newt’s boys have a real bad strategery here.”

    The Romney campaign and the GOP establishment are pushing the “electability” narrative to encourage support of Mitt. Well, that narrative deserves to be tested.

    Hopefully the pub primary voters are sophisticated enough to understand what Obama will do to an unvetted, GOP establisment backed Romney if he’s the nominee in a class warfare environment.

  • bg

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    Patty #16 January 8, 2012 at 10:58 am

    all good to ponder points, thanks..

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  • Sasja

    Since I dislike Mittens more than Newt, I don’t have a problem with this ad.

  • Kelly

    Ha Ha.. Just like Romney supporters to whine and whine when the table is turned on them, just like their little pretty boy puppet master. Hey thin-skinned, your boy Mitt wouldn’t have made it 2 weeks in the general election without getting blasted by Obama. Not on just Bain, but his poor record in being 47th out of 50 states in job creation and economic performance.

    Romney raised $730 Million in taxes
    Romney was the architect of RomneyCare and Obamacare
    Romney spending 20.7% over 4 years.
    Romney grew government employment 7%
    Romney was for gun control
    Romney push a gay agenda

    The man is a liar. Obama is dying to run against this fake. On jobs, the economy and socialized health care there is no difference between Mittens and Obama. Romney attacked Gingrich. And, Gingrich supposed to just take it sitting down. You Romney supportes are a joke. Newt just did us a favor before Obama waltzed his way back into the White House!

    ROMNEY IS NOT ELECTABLE! Get it through your thick skulls!

    ROMNEY IS NOT ELECTABLE! Gingrich is.

  • Jacks

    If you like this ad, you are not a capitalist.

  • NEWT IS A MEAN-SPIRITED SELFISH EGOMANIAC WHO HAS HELPED OBAMA.

    THANKS MR SPEAKER-WHO-LEFT-AMID-SCANDAL – AND CAUCUS DIVISION.

    YOU’VE ONCE AGAIN SHOWN US ALL WHY – DESPITE YOUR INTELLIGENCE AND IMAGINATION – YOU ARE UNFIT TO LEAD.

  • Patty

    Pelosi Fires Back at Gingrich

    http://blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2012/01/08/pelosi-fires-back-at-gingrich/?mod=WSJBlog

    She really doesn’t like the guy! 😆 Someone has turned her loose again.

  • retire05

    Massachusetts budget for 2003 (last budget enacted before Romney took office)

    $23,011,620,000.

    Massachusetts budget for 2008 (last budget enacted under Romney)

    $31,649,416,000.

    In four years, Mittens raised the MA budget by $8,637,796,000 or 37.5%

    In 2011, Devel Patrick asked the Obama administrationn for over $400 million to prop up Romneycare. He was given $764 million. You, and every taxpayer in American is paying for Mittens brilliant idea of wealth redistribution.

  • Patty

    Gingrich Sunday morning for his disavowal of a TV ad calling for action on climate change that the pair filmed together.

    Mr. Gingrich, chasing the Republican presidential nomination, has called the 2008 ad “probably the dumbest single thing I’ve done in recent years.”

    Ms. Pelosi, of California, asked about the comments on CNN’s State of the Union, had a tart riposte: “He has been fined $300,000 dollars by the ethics committee, you’d think he’d consider that a big mistake.”

    CNN Reporter Candy Crowley said after Ms. Pelosi’s comments that Mr. Gingrich has characterized the $300,000 payment as a reimbursement ordered by the House Ethics Committee, not a fine.

    In 1997, Mr Gingrich was reprimanded in a 395-28 vote and ordered to pay the money for allowing a tax-exempt organization to be used for political purposes, as well as for misleading the Ethics Committee.

    “Since you brought up my name in association with him as the dumbest thing he ever did, I think there’s plenty of stiff competition for that honor, as far as his activities go,” Ms. Pelosi told Ms. Crowley.

    Mr. Gingrich has often said that it is “possible” that climate change is occurring, though more recently, he has called it an “unsettled scientific question.”

    http://blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2012/01/08/pelosi-fires-back-at-gingrich/?mod=WSJBlog

  • Patty

    All candidate have a record. All candidates can be questioned. No candidate is perfect.

  • Sarge

    So, Newt is factually going after what Romney has done in the past. And he is being told he should keep it civil, or hinder the chance of Romney getting the nomination. Romney has spent millions lying about Newt in ads, but, hey that’s ok, we have to support Mitt. Let me tell you, Mitt will not get my support. I will put my support behind taking over the senate and keeping the house and take my chance that they will stop Obama. There will be no change from Obama to Romney, so why bother. Romney nominated liberal judges, and there will be two openings that will be filled next four years, Romney has Romneycare, and will NOT repeal Obamacare. Romney will screw the country, again.

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  • Georga Mae Collins

    I’m amazed at the bias against Newt! America has grown into a deaf and blind society….go ahead, cast the first stone. Mitt used his Pacs to stone Newt….are you telling me this is “whining”? Since when is self-defense not an option?

  • Jack Mack

    Hell hath no fury like a Perry-flack scorned, eh, Retire05?

  • bg
  • bg

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    GING OBAMA NEWT!!

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  • pyromancer76

    If we want well vetted candidates so that the socialist media and the leftist Dem Party cannot blindside us and fool the voter, all these “nasties” must come out. I hope everyone of the candidates starts swinging so long as they tell the, or a, truth. Romney and other Republicans must learn to educate the public re free-market “creative destruction” as well as to discuss a dignified work force, workers as valued individuals and citizens and “savers”.

    Workers must be educated to the fact that a pension negotiated by their union is only as good as the company’s bottom line. In the capitalist system, that company cannot be depended upon to survive into the future if free market principles are to operate. Therefore…therefore, worker “pensions” must be rethought and must not be a bargaining tool of the unions (the old era). In lieu of the “stick-up” over pensions, workers might get a percentage of annual profit for (extra) retirement savings.

    This is a new era. The old one is dead. Romney was working over the extra detritus of a failed system. How many successes to how many failures? Did these elitist businessmen take “too much” for themselves? I believe so. Did they pave the way for some profitable companies? What is the record? Should voters pay taxes for workers’ “failed: pensions? I don’t think so. How many tax dollars (since the 1980s, say) have gone for this purpose? Let the debate rage on — for vetting and educational purposes. We’ll need this work done before the national campaign.

    This discussion should lead right on to “public” union bargaining rights and tax-payer funded pensions. Stop!

  • Jack Mack

    Gingrich has obvious knowledge of what is in the Super-PAC anti-Romney ad, which is illegal, as it’s supposed to be hands-off. Should be interesting to see if there are repercussions.

    Was that Bain film funded by Soros?

  • #13, “if this is going to take Romney down, do you think the Democrats, and David Axelrod, are above using this in the general election?”

    Mitt already gave the Obama campaign all it needed in Iowa.
    Who ever the nominee is, need to stay focused and keep the spot light on our problem here in the US. That is Obama’s record as the President. Nothing else matters.

  • bg
  • Jack Mack

    Let Gingrich and Retire05 join with OWS, Soros and the Democrats.

    Follow the money trail back to George Soros.

  • bg

    ++

    May 15, 2009

    Newt Gingrich : Nancy Pelosi Is “Despicable, Dishonest And Vicious”

    from a previously ill-informed ex-Democrat
    since 9/11.. God Bless & Godspeed Mr. G!!

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  • bg

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    Jack Mack #41 January 8, 2012 at 12:16 pm

    good grief, what a duh-fuh..

    as if Soros favors Gingrich..

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  • Sasja

    There is plenty of information out there about Bain Capital and Romney. I suggest those who haven’t done their research, do so, and stop relying on others to tell you what’s what.

  • Carbon Pootprint

    progressive on progressive violence………… WGAF

  • lizzy84

    @Kelly/#24 commented:

    ROMNEY IS NOT ELECTABLE! Get it through your thick skulls!
    —————————————————————————————————-

    I agree..and there’s a good read over at the Weekly Standard that explains why Willard Mitt Romney would be virtually the LEAST electable candidate and also why the Establishment supports him so strongly. It’s called Safe+Moderate (does not equal) Electable. (does not equal is in symbol form)

    You can read the article here:
    link@:http://www.weeklystandard.com/articles/safe-moderate-electable_616153.html

    THIS is the argument that Gingrich et al should be making.

  • Rhoda R

    No matter what Newt comes up with, so long as it’s true it’s better it come out during the primaries because I garudamtee you the Dems will raise it in the general.

  • Snorkdoodle Whizbang

    That’s funny… when Gingrich and Perry were on the receiving end of negative ads, all we heard was “that’s how the game is played” and “politics ain’t beanbag”.

    Well, to all of those now gnashing their teeth and rending their garments over this little bit of film and telling us how horrible it is that one Republican would dare to besmirch another Republican, may I wholeheartedly point out to you that POLITICS AIN”T BEANBAG and THAT’S THE WAY THE GAME IS PLAYED. Karma’s a bitch, ain’t it?

  • Jack Mack

    Regarding your post number 28, retire05: You were chased off another forum for using poorly sourced data, so you surface elsewhere to spread your blather.

    Your math is suspect and you, sir, suck.

  • Bubba

    Wow, what is this, the Mei Lai method of saving the GOP? So, Gingrich is basically saying, “we’re in the sh*t, now…either I win, or Obama wins.”

    Sure, the MSM has tons of this type of ammo loaded and ready for the day when Romney gets the nomination, but for people on the Right to put this out, when it’s looking like Romney is going to be the nominee (and lets face facts), really is unbelievable.

    If Romney wins the nomination, America is truly doomed, because Newt is right about one thing–Obama is going to laugh at Romney. Romney is Obama’s dream match.

    God help the Union.

  • FU#K OBAMA

    Finally Newt is showing the fight that needs to happen. Romney is a RINO and needs to go down. Romney will give us another 4 years of Imam Obama. Romney is who the Imam wants to run against and if choosen the Imam will make Newt’s criticism look like schoolyard play time. The LSM is all for Romney knowing they will destroy him in his battle with the Imam.

    Romney is a east coast liberal who should be challenging Imam Obama in the democratic primary, who knows, he would probably win that one. Afterall, Romney and Imam Obama are not that far off each others views for American governance. They both are big social liberals, they both want to destroy the 2nd Amendment, they both hate free speach, they both want big government solutions to all our problems and they both want a EU style of socialism with a ruling elite and everyone else being servants.

    Romney will never get my vote…..and I am not the only one either!

  • Snorkdoodle Whizbang

    Y’all do know that this film was made by a former Romney supporter, right?

    “In an unusual twist, it was made by Jason Killian Meath, who worked on the Romney campaign in 2008 and is a former colleague of one of Mr. Romney’s top strategists today, Stuart Stevens.”

    Now that’s the real story, IMHO….

  • JKH

    Gingrich held a town hall meeting with the Meredith Lakes Region Tea Party that can be heard in its entirety at his site.

    Beginning at the 43:25 minute mark he goes into exactly why Romney cannot and will not beat Obama.

    Romney is too close in policy to Obama to win against him, especially given the liberal media.

    http://www.newt.org/news/newt-holds-townhall-meeting-meredith-lakes-region-tea-party

    Romney is a sure fail.

  • DaMav

    This stuff is appalling. I’m not a Romney fan but this pathetic crap accuses him of acting like a capitalist. As lame as it gets coming from anyone claiming to be a conservative.

  • bg

    ++

    dang, guess the left have won yet another
    battle against the American “vocabulary”..

    evidently capitalist is now a dirty word, go figure..

    btw, are we still a Republic?? /s/

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  • Jack Mack

    Follow the money.

  • bg

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    Jack Mack #57 January 8, 2012 at 4:27 pm

    re: Follow the money.

    they won’t.. 🙁

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  • bg

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    South Carolina Tea Partiers Wish Romney Would Just Go Away

    [If Gingrich, who many view as the ultimate Washington insider, seems
    like an improbable figure for the very anti-establishment Tea Party to
    rally behind, consider this: some Tea Partiers now view Gingrich as an
    honorary outsider because of how thoroughly Washington insiders have
    been trying to politically destroy him.

    “He was run out (of his speakership) by the Republican establishment, so to
    speak, the insiders,”
    Olson said. “Right now, everybody who’s coming out
    against him are Republican insiders. (John) Sununu, others who supposedly
    were working under him (as House speaker) who were part of forcing him
    out. So, in a sense it put Newt, even though he’s an insider, it put him on
    the outside, if that makes sense.”
    ]

    btw, in case you missed it: Gingrich Wins Tea Party Straw Poll

    [The poll, taken among 23,000 Tea Party enthusiasts organized by the
    Tea Party Patriots, one of the nation’s biggest Tea Party organizations,
    had Gingrich winning with with 31 percent of their vote, registered in a
    conference call on Sunday night.]

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  • bg

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    JKH #53 January 8, 2012 at 3:00 pm

    8)

    thanks..

    ==

  • Dale

    Trying to figure out how these supposed tea partiers that think Mr. Newt Grinchgrich is so anti establishment — they’re either stupid and don’t realize that he was part of the problem earning his millions in “consulting” from Freddie Mac, or they’re nefarious democraps wreaking havoc in the GOP. No NO NO to Newt Grinch-grich.

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  • Jack Mack

    Newt Gingrich is a pompous, wannabe historian gasbag. One knitting needle away from oblivion.

  • lizzy84

    Newt launches NotRomney site:

    link@:http://www.newt.org/notromney

  • donh

    BANE is a Batman villian with venom pumped into his veins….> http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/3/3a/RobertSwenson-Bane.JPG

  • Jack Mack

    “On four of the biggest issues in 2012, Romney is anything but moderate—or timid. He gets no special credit for advocating repeal of Obamacare. That’s Republican dogma. But he’s been the most specific among the GOP presidential candidates in backing the Ryan budget in all its parts, including its remake of Medicare. It was House Budget Committee chairman Paul Ryan’s plan that Gingrich zinged as “right wing social engineering” before reversing himself under duress.

    When Romney announced in November his own proposal for cutting spending and reforming Medicare and Social Security, Ryan was thrilled. “Look at what he put out!” he told Jennifer Rubin of the Washington Post. “This is a great development.” Ryan said Romney’s package of spending cuts “tracks perfectly with the House budget,” which Ryan had drafted.

    Romney preceded Ryan in adding a twist to the overhaul of Medicare: Under a new “premium support” system in which seniors would choose among health insurance plans, one option would be the current Medicare program. In December, this was included in the bipartisan plan sponsored by Ryan and Democratic senator Ron Wyden of Oregon.

    “On entitlements, I think Romney’s plan is easily the best one offered by a Republican candidate,” said Yuval Levin of the conservative Ethics and Public Policy Center. “It’s a very smart, very well-thought-out, and very conservative approach.”

    When he raises “premium support” and Social Security reform in town hall appearances, Romney has a way of making bold changes sound like tweaks. But in Salem, he said, almost as an afterthought, his proposal would “save Medicare and Social Security .  .  . forever.”

    Like Ryan, Romney would not reduce defense spending. He wants to bolster the Army with 100,000 more troops and increase the Navy’s shipbuilding rate from 9 to 15 per year. In a speech at the Citadel in October, Romney promised to “prioritize the full deployment of a multilayered national ballistic missile defense system.” And in Iowa he said he would instruct the Pentagon to prepare “credible military options” to destroy Iran’s facilities for building nuclear weapons.

    On immigration, Romney has made it a point in the nationally televised debates to criticize Gingrich’s idea of letting illegal immigrants stay in America if they’ve lived here for decades and Rick Perry’s support for allowing college students here unlawfully to pay tuition at the reduced rate for state residents. That, too, puts Romney in the conservative camp.”

    Read it all: http://www.weeklystandard.com/articles/more-conservative-you-think_616151.html

  • Rose

    Wouldn’t it be SWEET if NEWT’S RECORD were nearly as clean as he DEMANDS of Romney – MUCH LESS if it were NEAR AS CLEAN AS ROMNEY’S ACTUAL RECORD.

    Now, I admire a man who demands as much of others as he demands of himself – and demands more of himself than he demands of OTHERS.

    But NEWT – I do not only DISRESPECT this gypsy CON ARTIST “SALESMAN” – I also refuse to TOLERATE him.

    Romans 1 – NEWT – Read it and WEEP! All the way to the Bitter End – the LAST VERSE INCLUDED! I don’t support or condone FAKE “CHRISTIANS” who only use His Name for personal advantage and NOT for a MIRROR of Self Evaluation.

    None of this ELEVATES ROMNEY – but it is useless for Newt’s purposes.

    Poor Romney – being Light Years better than NEWT is pretty meaningless. Since being Light Years ahead of NEWT still leaves MITT light years AWAY FROM THE GOAL.

    It’s still far too far away from Earth for anyone to count on Earth for their next clean breath of Fresh Air.

  • Practical Jane

    America needs Gingrich (warts and all).
    Newt is the one man that keeps Obama up at night.

    If you want someone to fix a machine you hire someone that knows the machine. Someone that knows how the machine works – really works. An outsider (the idea so promoted by media) is not an advantage in the crisis we face. Obama has installed a socialist machine. Only someone that knows how the machine should work can repair what Obama has broken.

    Would Newt Gingrich be a perfect president? Probably not.
    Is Newt Gingrich the best president for America this time out? Yes.

    Don’t be duped. Settling for Romney is just what the status quo wants the right to do because Romney is Obama. Just ask McCain.

  • ogee

    Patty commented:

    remember everyone of these candidates must be researched, thoroughly.

    START WITH RON PAUL PATTY. THAT WOULD BE AN EDUCATION FOR YOU.

    Romney = obama = Romney
    Ask the people of Mass what they think of Romney. Romney is no different than Bernie Madoff except Bernie got caught.

    Ask the people of Penn what they think of Santorum. Santorum never really lived in Penn. He and his family lived in VA. Santorum = obammy = Santorum

    Both Romney and Santorum are unelectable as theya re the same as obammy.

    The dem hacks admit they’d love to run obammy against Romney because they KNOW obammy can win. Now how pathetic is that?

    The only electable candidate is Dr Ron Paul. Take your pick. Paul or obammy.

    WAKE UP-HELLO?

    Polls lie.

    The only good thing about Romney is that he never dumped his wife when she got cancer—–

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  • Anyone But Obamby

    The only thing Gingrich is going to do is help fuel the division of the Republican Party to the point that we will be staring at another 4 years of “Obamby”. If that happens the country as a whole will go down the tubes. We CAN NOT afford 4 more years of Obamby!

    Gingrich is acting like a child, and is prepared to throw the country down the toilet out of spite and hatred for Romney. Wake up Newt … before the country turns on you.

  • the jokesster

    the republican nomes are a pack of ragged mongrels trying to bite each others nuts off,bow-wow wuff!wuff!