John McCain: Sarah Palin Doesn’t Know Newt Like I Know Newt (Video)

John McCain was a bit offended today when he heard that Newt Gingrich called him a “moderate” conservative. (Really John?) McCain fired back at the Gingrich camp claiming Sarah Palin doesn’t know Newt like I know Newt.

McCain also blamed Newt for the “Bridge to Nowhere” even though he had been out of office for several years when that earmark was pushed through.

So who are you going to trust, Sarah Palin or John McCain?

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  • bigkahuna

    Hey what do you expect from John McCain ?

    Limp wristed republican.

  • Johnny has his own agenda. I’ll take Palin’s ideology over McCain’s any day.


    Believe it or not, but Romney is worse than McCain….

  • Granny

    John McCain needs to retire. I’m sure they have a place for him somewhere in Hanoi.

  • Meaning… Palin can see something in Newt – that Romney lacks.

  • Spike

    This from a Moron who got spaked by Obama

  • Hobbitually conservative

    McCain, we know you well enough to know that your word is trash. Sarah Palin understands what people want, you couldn’t even challenge the socialist, instead tried to tell us he was a good guy.

    Nobody wants you around anymore, just drag your useless a$$ back home to Arizona.

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  • Some one needs to hook up a machine to McCain to see how much methane just came out of his mouth, lots of BS!

  • No Man

    Furk McCain and all RINO [email protected]

    They are responsible for the ruin of America as much as the liberal ass hats.

    That Includes Christie who just nominated a gay rights fanatic to a NJ judge job and Nitt Womney.

    The guy bought the NJ appointment with a double cheeseburger and fries – super-sized.

  • Just remember the disdain for the members of the TEA Party:

    Oh by the way they said that raising the debt ceiling was supposed to keep us from a credit downgrade.

  • Bluebay

    John McCain is a vessel for the entrenched cannibal establishment. Time to retire John and take meghan with you!!!

  • Rick Perry’s ghost

    Remember when McCain sat on that couch with Pelosi.

  • Crimedog

    I am a Romney supporter. I had to push down a big chunk of bile when McCain endorsed Romney. I really don’t like seeing McCain out there at all. He is an mental midget who gets his jollies by poking a stick in the eyes of conservatives.

  • Carbon Pootprint

    What they haven’t taught her the secret reach around hand shake in the progressive party clubhouse? My Friends My Friends fight with me GTF Away already

  • donh

    It was the SENATE…Senate Republicans who stimied any conservative agenda when Gingrich came to power. John McCain, Bob Dole, and a hand full from the deep blue North East states most dependant on the Welfare estate beat down electoral mandates to balance the budgets. It was the Senate that did not want the Impeachment trial dropped on its desk, and Newt was willing to pay the ultimate price for bringing the case because it was the right thing to do. Nothing good has come out of DC since Newt was toppled by the morally bankrupt cannibals inside our own party. Johnny must have eaten human flesh while staying in that vietnam POW camp. He is a savage little back stabber of a man…. good for nothing but scalping people of better morals and talents.

  • Tom Doniphon

    I trust neither! Republicans are gonna crash and burn! This is a train wreck! Divide and conquer!

    Don’t throw RINO at anyone who disagrees! I’m with #13, Newt is anything but, the “outsider”!

    If Sarah has the answers, why didn’t she in all her glory step-up and enter the race???

  • Amjean

    He invoked the name of Sarah Palin in order to get his statement noticed by the

  • It will be interesting to see if Romney wins who his VP nominee is. If it wasn’t for the nomination of Sarah Palin I may have not have voted. By voting for McCain I broke a vow that I would NEVER vote for him. Unfortunately I live in Missouri so I never had a choice in the primary of 2008. It had already been decided. As far as I am concerned there should be one date when EVERYONE votes in the primary for the Presidential Nominee!

  • Jim

    McCain is a disgrace. If anyone should be apologizing it’s him for being such a miserable candidate in 2008. Not to mention his cluelessness about the S&L crisis.

    I will not vote for Romney. Period. Even against Obama.

    Even if Romney wins against Obama, his disdain for conservatism will lead him to abandon conservatives and the Tea Party and join forces with the Democrats and RINO-Squish Republicans.

    All in the name of ‘Bi-Partisanship’.

    So no, ObamaCare will not be repealed under Romney, just altered.

    Nor will the Republican Congress and even Senate under John Boehner and Mitch McConnell fight against Romney’s intransigent Bi-partisanship. All they will do is rubber stamp it.

    So, no, make that HELL NO will I vote for Romney as it will lead the Republican party to the pitiful state it was in between 2006 and 2008 until the Tea Party saved its a$$.

    I’ll even support Ron Paul should he go 3rd party despite my huge reservations for his foreign policy views.

    Romney is UNACCEPTABLE under any circumstance!!!

  • Gary

    Sarah also endorsed you McShame.
    I guess she sees something in you that no other conservative does.

  • Gary

    Also, I think McCain did say this was his last term.
    It’s really too bad we were never able to show him what we thought of him at the ballot box.
    Only the Arizonans had that chance (and blew it).
    The rest of us had this RINO on the ballot exactly once and had to vote yes with a taste of acid.

  • retire05

    If you have any sense, neither one of them. McCain sold out his conservative creds a long time ago, Palin only sold out hers for celebrity in the last two years.

    The only difference is the length of time they have been sell-outs.

  • rrpjr

    What a miserable loser. Just retire. Take your pension and go away.

  • #14 Crimedog, I know what you mean I had the same experience when I heard Jim Talent was all in for RINO Romney!

    In regards to your experience I don’t really understand, haven’t you heard birds of a feather flock together? Well I guess in this case it would be RINOs drinking at the same watering hole!

  • Dan


  • Tom Doniphon

    Thelma and Louise Republicans! You deserve the OBAMA RAMPAGE that is coming!

  • Freddy

    Did anyone ask McCain about abscam?

    McCain re-writing history regarding earmarks is the latest tool of the progressive wing of the Republican party.

  • cal rifkin

    Hey, maybe we should at least listen to the guy.

  • bg


    F U Mac..


  • Sasja

    Gen. MacArthur once said, “Old soldiers never die, they just fade away.” Johnny, old boy, this goes for pilots and senators as well.

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    McCain also blamed Newt for the “Bridge to Nowhere” even though he had been out of office for several years when that earmark was pushed through.

    Not just several, but SEVEN years.

    That’s a fair amount of time.

  • wanumba

    McCain associates Conservatives to “pigs.” He won’t tolerate a critical word against Obama, but fellow GOPers are “pigs.” He hoarded Republican donations meant for the presidential campaign and used them not against Obama (D), but against a Conservative Republican (R).

    His staff tried to destroy Palin who naively thought he was actually trying to campaign to win POTUS. She wasn’t “team player” for that transgression, wondering out loud why they weren’t making any attempt in Michigan. He evidently needed that money for his Senate war chest.
    It was reported that McCain spent $21 million in Arizona to knock out a GOP Senate seat challenger who had $3 million – in the primary. Oh, had McCain tried as hard to knock out Obama as he did to knock out a Republican! How charming of him to use funds that were meant to fight Democrats.

  • donh

    Having a Keating 5 survivor as your lead character witness point man is not good for Romney.

  • the real wow

    As far as I am concerned there should be one date when EVERYONE votes in the primary for the Presidential Nominee! by Tom


  • bg


    Associated Press – Sunday, October 11, 1998; Page A13

    Ethics Committee Drops Last of 84 Charges Against Gingrich

    1999 CNN Report On Newt Gingrich’s
    Exoneration By The IRS Over Ethics Charges

    December 20, 2011

    Thomas Sowell

    [While the televised debates are what gave Newt Gingrich’s candidacy
    a big boost, concrete accomplishments when in office are the real test.
    Gingrich engineered the first Republican takeover of the House of
    Representatives in 40 years — followed by the first balanced budget
    in 40 years.
    The media called it “the Clinton surplus” but all spending
    bills start in the House of Representatives, and Gingrich was Speaker
    of the House.

    Speaker Gingrich​ also produced some long overdue welfare reforms,
    despite howls from liberals that the poor would be devastated. But
    nobody makes that claim any more.]

    January 18, 2012

    Newt-Goldwater 1976

    [Long before there was a mighty Republican machine running Georgia,
    there was a handful of brash conservatives plotting to lift their tiny,
    financially struggling party so they could end more than a century of
    Democratic dominance.

    Among the chief architects was Newt Gingrich, a West Georgia College
    assistant professor who ran for Congress three times in a blue-collar
    district – twice against an entrenched Talmadge Democratic incumbent
    – before finally winning.

    Gingrich, now a presidential hopeful, traveled West and North Georgia
    during the 1970s and ’80s, preaching the Republican gospel and arguing
    that the GOP had to choose between remaining a silent, permanent
    minority or aggressively taking the fight to Democrats.

    He chose confrontation and played the role of
    provocateur, unwilling to accept second place….

    U.S. Rep. Jack Kingston, R-Savannah, calls Gingrich an “indispensable early trailblazer” for Georgia Republicans. Kingston remembers his college days, when Gingrich came to the University of Georgia to recruit students to get involved in GOP politics.]

    Interview conducted Spring 2001

    Newt Gingrich

    [NEWT GINGRICH: It was personally painful in the sense that you hated to be demonized, but you have to make a decision early on: Are you in the business to achieve change, or are you in the business to be popular? I thought my job was to be the executor of the American people’s will on very specific things — balance the budget, cut taxes, reform welfare, strengthen defense, modernize the House of Representatives.]


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  • Rick Perry’s ghost

    Don’t get me wrong fella’s, I’m going to vote for Newt too.
    I just find your new love affair amusing.

  • BurmaShave

    A negative endorsement by John McCain like this can’t be all bad.

  • bg


    #32 January 30, 2012 at 4:48 pm
    Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    re: “the bridge to nowhere”


  • Tom Doniphon

    You folks seem to forget the Contract for America members who were beaten down by “Outsider” Newt because they refused to go back on their pledge. “Outsider” called them the “perfectionist caucus”! One of those Congressmen was none other than “Establishment” Rino Joe! Take it away Joe!

  • TammyChicago

    John McRINO is so ignorant that he couldn’t steal $hit out of his own a$$.

  • bg
  • Sasja

    Politics is a dirty business.

    I see some people thinking an “outsider” is needed. I take that to mean a person not of the Washington elites. Or it could mean, someone who has never held political office.

    The problem with the latter, is not going through the trial by fire which is a part of the political process, gives us a neophyte who doesn’t understand the politic of Washington and the wisdom of how to govern in spite of it.

    Reagan, having been governor, therefore a politician, may have been considered an insider by some. I can’t recall. But I think being governor of California, especially in having to deal with its liberal political left, helped him as president.

    Oh, I really miss that smile and his sense of humour.

    Romney has only been governor of a liberal state and he governed to the left. Just check his record. On another thread I linked to Rush who read an article by Grace Marie Turner that was an op-ed in the WSJ today re Rommycare v Obammycare. If you have a subscriptin to the WSJ, so much the better.

  • StrangernFiction

    #20 January 30, 2012 at 4:39 pm
    Jim commented:

    Great post! I completely agree with everything you said there.

  • StrangernFiction

    #30 January 30, 2012 at 4:46 pm
    bg commented:


  • squeaky

    even when mc cain ran for president i wondered about his connection to peabody mining [along with clinton and kerry].

  • Pete_Bondurant

    To believe Newtons like Jim Hoft is to believe that Palin who probably first met Gingrich 3 years ago at the earliest knows more about Gingrich than a guy like Mccain who has known Gingrich for abut 30 years and had to work with him in some capacity during that time. Sure, makes perfect sense:

    “To talk with Gingrich supporters is to enter a world where words have no meaning. They denounce Mitt Romney as a candidate being pushed on them by “the Establishment” — with “the Establishment” defined as anyone who supports Romney or doesn’t support Newt.”

    Who is wackier? The Ron Paulites or the Newtons?

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  • bg


    OT.. but this topic seems to have all but been “disOppeared”.. /s/

    re previously posted..

    January 30, 2012

    Is The New York Times Islamophobic?

    [In fact, in an editorial, the Times, sounding appalled, says “the film shows some of the grisliest terrorist attacks in recent years and argues that the real agenda for Islamists in America is to infiltrate and dominate the country.”

    Yet interestingly, that’s what many Muslims say, too — Muslims who are not extremists, Muslims who are integrated into Western life, Muslims who are at much at risk of death and destruction from these same Islamist leaders – and, indeed, the Muslim who narrated “The Third Jihad,” Dr. M. Zuhdi Jasser. Would the Times then argue that they are “self-hating Muslims” for wanting these fanatics exposed? Should we ignore the fact that pious Muslims — like Zuhdi Jasser — are regularly targeted by these Islamists for assassination? Or do they not recognize the difference between Islam and Islamism? Do they think all Muslims are Islamists?

    I have news for them: They aren’t. And the Times should apologize
    to the entire American Muslim community for suggesting otherwise.

    January 30, 2012

    Jasser Takes on Media

    [The narration also included this disclaimer prominently: “This is not a film about Islam. It is about the threat of radical Islam. Only a small percentage of the world’s 1.3 billion Muslims are radical.”

    Yet the unquestioning nature of news reports critical of the film actually proves producers’ points, Jasser wrote. Any criticism of radical Islam, be it from people outside the faith or devout Muslims like himself, is dismissed as bigoted. Drumming up outrage via the media helps shove moderate and reform-minded voices out of the debate, leaving Islamists alone to define the faith.]

    The Third Jihad

    thank you..


  • Obamas regulation destroy jobs

    Yal we got this freak Jarrett and the Obama’s because of this weak wuss…big paper
    pusher..I want a fighter! that tells them where to go…Reid Lisa Jackson (EPA hatchet lady), Valerie Jarrett (the real President) Obama’s communist shadow..OMG and that liar Eric Holder..who sued two American states!!! That is despicable–our own STATES?????!!!!

    Get rid of McCain, McDonnell, Boehner weak wuss’s they are paper pushers and NO Action no guts…we’d all die..they don’t even fight back they bend over and take it…makes me sick and there letting these dumb idiots push them around sooooo scared..I would keep them tied up in so much inquiries, investigations, memos blogs call them out!!! Fight dammit fight!!!!!! No wonder they hate Newt he was the only one that told them where to go….why are they not fighting back about our religion? Why aren’t they stopping it? What about the plane being made in Brazil? why arent they fight that????

  • Pete_Bondurant

    Michelle Malkin endorsed Santorum today which makes perfect sense to me, a Romney supporter. I will admit that Santorum is more conservative than Romney. To me though, beating Obama and having an experience as an executive are factors #1 and #1a in terms of importance; however, I can understand Malkin’s endorsement of Santorum. I can respect it. What I can’t respect is the Newtons totally ignoring Gingrich’s record.

    Malkin rips Gingrich good. She is obviously establishment:

    Then there’s Newt, who has long made a career out of trashing progressive Saul Alinsky while employing his tactics at every turn. I’ve been making this point for years and have chronicled his dalliances with leftists as long as anyone in the conservative blogosphere. Many grass-roots conservatives were awakened to Newt’s double-talk and double-dealing during the NY-23 race. Inconvenient truth: Newt’s transgressions are not from decades ago. It’s not ancient history. It’s here and now. Readers of this blog know the truth: It’s not just “the GOP establishment” that’s repulsed by Gingrich’s combination of moral baggage and K Street/Beltway culture of corruption. It’s the very grass-roots that Gingrich’s cheerleaders purport to represent.

  • bg


    Pete_Bondurant 48 January 30, 2012 at 5:26 pm

    newsflash: if you check through GP archives (albeit a lot has been
    deleted).. you will soon discover that a majority of posters in here
    were always ANTI-ELITE-ESTABLISHMENT.. hell=O??


  • Molon Labe



    Care to mention one achievement Romney has to his credit?

    Like the Big Dig?
    Pushing gay marriage?
    Gun Control?
    Cap and Trade?

    What exactly has Romney accomplished besides being on both sides of every issue there is?

    The question is Romney any better than OPbama. I don’t think so.

  • Molon Labe

    Wow McCain demonstrates again why someone who is senile is qualified to be a senator. What a disgrace. I don’t understand how Arizona could vote for this sorry excuse for a man.

  • bg


    Pete_Bondurant #52 January 30, 2012 at 5:35 pm

    re: [Gingrich’s record]

    1998 ACU Ratings: Gingrich 100%, Paul 88%, Santorum 84%

    bit more more here, and much more here,
    scroll thread for more, or not, your choice..


  • Molon Labe

    Tomm Doniphon is the biggest Obama moby I have ever seen and that takes a great deal. Makes you wish Ripper was back.

  • jainphx

    The Bondurants!

  • bg


    jainphx #58 January 30, 2012 at 5:59 pm 😆


  • bg


    Pete_Bondurant #52 January 30, 2012 at 5:35 pm

    fight fire with fire = winner!!

    you’re all wet.. 😉


  • Pete_Bondurant

    bg #60

    I don’t get it.

  • Pete_Bondurant

    Gingrich is starting to self-destruct. Great judgment there Hoft. Excellent choice for the GOP nominee:

    Is Gingrich for real? Good Lord. Gingrich has his panties in a wad.

  • Hank

    The GOP/RNC has officially declared war on conservatives:
    -trashing Gingrich
    -let Palin twist in the wind
    -redistrict attempt to trash Allen West
    -John McCain who the N Vietnamese beat the common sense out of
    -Bob Dole who plugged Viagra and sales went down

    Remember the Whigs? Ignored their base and they are gone.

    R I P GOP Like a egg timer, you are done….

  • bg


    re: Pete_Bondurant #62 January 30, 2012 at 6:11 pm

    [As a reminder, though, presidential debates are governed by the
    Commission on Presidential Debates, which have organized the
    general election debates since 1998. The commission has already
    set the number of presidential debates in 2012 at three, slated for
    this October. The moderators in these debates have not been
    announced, but will almost certainly be members of the media.

    hah!! note the year they set the rules, after they not only conspired
    against just about the best DEBATER that ever came down the pike,
    but about the only HONEST one to boot.. WE’RE BEING PLAYED!! 🙁

    should by some miracle undoing of yet another fixed selection, Newt
    Gingrich win the nomination, that is not going to bode well with “we
    the hobbits”
    for the Obama camp, no no no, it will not..



  • Pete_Bondurant

    Gingrich is the best debater? Last Thursdy he lost to Wolf Blitzer for crying out loud. How good can he be?

  • Got Billy Ayers on Speed Dial

    Anyone doubt that McCain was the drag on the last presidential ticket? We would not have Obama if not for McCain suspending his campaign and running back to DC to play senator with a answer.

    In fact, McCain-Palin were leading in the race against Obama-Biden up until McCain bailed.

  • Sparky

    Do you notice how everyone associated with Romney and his campaign are LIARS!

    Go home McCain. You’ve outstayed your welcome!

  • bg


    Pete_Bondurant #61 January 30, 2012 at 6:07 pm

    re: #60 January 30, 2012 at 6:04 pm bg

    re: Pete_Bondurant #52 January 30, 2012 at 5:35 pm

    you said it..

    [Newt, who has long made a career out of trashing progressive
    Saul Alinsky while employing his tactics at every turn.]

    i clichéd it (iow: in context)..

    [fight fire with fire = winner!!]

    is it any wonder he can whip the elites on both sides of the isle and the
    MSM into panic mode as they sit on the edge of the Grand Canyon with
    voices loudly echoing “Gingrich is the wild and crazy man”.. as they fret
    every word that may or may not come out of his mouth??

    bottom line imho:

    win, lose, or draw, Newt Gingrich is about the
    most STABLE mind set we have going for US..


  • bg


    Pete_Bondurant #65 January 30, 2012 at 6:31 pm


    you consider that format debating??

    see, that right there is your problem..

    irrespective of which candidate one
    backs and/or declares the “winner”..

    fact is they all lost, they all won..

    as the only thing that gets any attention via that idiotic format is who
    made the best” SOUNDBITE”, not the best policy stance.. heck i doubt
    anyone recalls where all the candidates stand, or may think thye stand
    via spoon fed MSM theoretic.. as i heard no “in depth discussion” of any
    issue other than the ‘beat the dead horse” statements..

    “debate”, what a sad joke..


  • Tjexcite

    He knows the Newt that loves FDR when in a left leaning crowd and then the same Newt loves Reagan when in front of a right leaning crowd. He will say whatever is needed to win without one core.

    And Palin etal bought from the best snake oil sales man one can think of. Even better of a snake oil sales man then Obama, he had the media to help be Obama supplier of snake oil Newt will not.

  • GrandmaC

    Last year I was told of a meeting in LA of some of the wealthy Republican supporters who pledged millions in support of their chosen one, Romney. Seems to me the fix is in and all the debates just for show.

    Romney committed Medicare Fraud through Damon and Bain. Where are all the news reports about this?

  • bg


    #66 January 30, 2012 at 6:40 pm
    Got Billy Ayers on Speed Dial

    like i’ve been saying ad nauseum..

    Palin scared the living yhit out of them by almost winning the Selection
    for McCain.. which is exactly why the elite powers that be have more or
    less been pulling an ‘as Hamas is to Israel’ job on her ever since.. gah!!


  • Liz

    Well, it is interesting that no one who knows Newt, likes him. Luckily, he has a new friend in Sarah Palin. To the moon, Newt!

  • bg


    Tjexcite #70 January 30, 2012 at 7:11 pm



    oh btw, can you point to Speaker
    Gingrich’s liberal policies for me??



  • Ariel

    This from a Moron who got spaked by Obama . #6 January 30, 2012 at 4:23 pm, Spike

    Wow! Your pathetic attempt at demeaning Sarah Palin has returned to smack you up side the head.

    Does your mother still “spake” you when you’re bad, Moron?

  • USMC Thomas

    Too bad NoMcCain wasn’t that feisty during the Presidential campaign.

  • valerie

    Well, at least he has a sense of humor….

    “Rob Cornilles is running in the Jan. 31st Special Election in Oregon’s 1st Congressional District. People have often commented on Rob’s close physical likeness to Stephen. So, one Saturday night, we produced a skit.”

  • vityas

    John McCain–our Jimmy Carter.

  • LaInfidel

    Why do they have that idiot McCain on FOX? He’s is more liberal than moderate Romney should be proud trotting out his has been political loser buddies: Loser McCain, Loser Dole, Convicted Felon DeLay…

  • gary gulrud

    I nominate McVain for Dad of the Year, and SF Nan for Mother of the Year. Great job folks.

  • Militant Conservative

    Pete is like the family dog w gas. God love ya but

    Get the hell out you are stinking up the place.

    Go lick something.

  • avagreen

    Do I sense an anti-LDS theme? Mitt will prevail in November.

  • Patty

    Well, first 😆 John McCain was weak, he never could have been as forthright as Newt. Strong when it comes to Obama failures. But to be respectful to John McCain, Romney is at an advantage, there is a record.

    Sarah Palin has listen to Newt, today and what she has heard from him is less government, more confidence building and back to the America we love. Nothing wrong with that. And courage is great in the military but McCain is more of a moderate and not the conservative we need to defeat Obama. Three years vs. 45 years of experience is extraordinary and something Obama or Romney don’t have.

  • Patty

    I am referring to Newt Gingrich’s experience and he knows his history and how our nation must be rebuilt.

  • Callipygian1

    This hobbit likes Newt.

  • Molon Labe

    The more the RINOs attack Newt the more I realize how corrupt the GOP is. The RINOs are only concernbed about their own power. They have no regard for the country or the people they purport to represent. In this regard they are the same as the dhimmies.

  • Molon Labe

    How can anyone who employs the tactics Romney has be described as “stable” or “moral.” Romney is Obama in whiteface.

  • nana

    McCain is a loser and he’s lossing it. Time for him to hibernate.

  • exceller

    Soros sees no difference between Romney and Obama, so of course McCain is on board with that.

  • bg


    Molon Labe #86 January 30, 2012 at 8:49 pm

    now add his fathe & his cronies, the MSM, a few cabinet members,
    the CIA, and you have somewhat of an idea as to what GWB was
    up against..


  • Terry Gain

    GrandmaC commented:

    Last year I was told of a meeting in LA of some of the wealthy Republican supporters who pledged millions in support of their chosen one, Romney. Seems to me the fix is in and all the debates just for show.

    Romney committed Medicare Fraud through Damon and Bain. Where are all the news reports about this?

    The Damon fraud occurred 20 years ago. If Romney was involved (and he wasn’t) why wasn’t he charged? Romney fixed the Olympics for free and his salary as Mass Gov was $1.00 per year. He is the last person in America who would commit fraud.

    Not only are you a liar granny , you are a stupid liar.

  • ChillytheAlaskan

    No one cares what Juan McAmnesty or Bob “Limp” Dole thinks about which candidate will face Obama. They are both losers, so are they now picking the next big loser??

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  • Adi

    I know John McCain better than John McCain.

  • myohmy

    John McCain useless granddaddy of all RINOs.

  • Patty

    So who are you going to trust, Sarah Palin or John McCain?

    No problem, Sarah!

  • Seth

    Look, this guy can barely croak out a full and coherent sentence, and got his ass handed to him in the last election, because he ran a totally incompetent, weak, and timid campaign that was totally intimidated and in apparent awe of Obama (Sarah Palin excepted).

    Why the hell should I listen to anything he says, value his opinions, or believe that anything he says might be true?

  • bg


    re: GrandmaC #71 January 30, 2012 at 7:15 pm

    hope this helps..

    Romney contributors 2012

    Obama contributors 2012

    Obama contributors 2008

    more and more i believe the election is just as fixed as it was back in
    2008, ergo, barring an en mass miracle of “we the people” rising up..
    i fear Obama will be serving at least another 4 years, i say at least,
    because i truly think we are at the precipice of the NWO realm.. 🙁

    [re: the GREEN link thread, please keep scrolling down for more info]


  • Jay

    If the question is Newt or Mitt in the primary my answer is neither. Both are very poor choices. Newt’s attacks on Romney for Bain Capital have made Newt sound just like Debbie Wasserman Shultz. For a conservative Romney has made many liberal positions his own in the past, BC isn’t a problem for non socialists.

    In the general election I will reluctantly vote for Mitt or Newt if one of them is the nominee. My reason is for the other positions that the President selects, most importantly Supreme Court Nominees. Obama putting another one or two selections on the Court would be disastrous.

  • havok

    YEA.. but America Knows John McCain.. & the liberal nature of the Wonder twins.. McLame and Limp Wrist Graham.

  • SteveM

    I figure that Palin endorsed Mccain for senator because he picked her for V.P. Had to be polite but probably had to hold her nose when she did it just like we did when voting for him. But to have Dole, Mac, and the establishment endorse mittens is too much for me. I too won’t vote for him against Obama. I will write in another candidate. There is only one political party in this nation now, the Republicrats. Can’t tell a Rino from a Lib. As long as we stay in line and vote for the establishment clown every four years they are happing with giving us crumbs. Vote against every sitting politician in Nov.

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  • Arvey

    As far as the current house & senate not endorsing Newt….makes me support Newt even more. With an approval rate of around 18% on a good day they have 0 credibility! If they endorsed him I would be worried….kind of like the Donald. Go Newt. Someone who will obviously do what’s right for our country in spite of the consequences to him. We need him back now. He’s our only hope.