Nancy Reagan: Ronnie Turned the Torch Over to Newt Gingrich (Video)

It should be clear by now that the elites in the Republican Party will do and say anything to destroy Newt Gingrich or anyone else who challenges the Romney machine. Drudge, Coulter, Britt Hume, the folks at National Review, Jen Rubin etc. are just a few of the prominent conservatives trying to not only persuade you that Romney is some sort of conservative, but that Newt Gingrich, Reagan’s Young Lieutenant, is some kind of squish.

Legal Insurrection today sets the record straight on the Gingrich record. Professor Jacobson dug up this video from 1995 where Nancy Reagan tells a conservative audience that,
“Ronnie turned the torch over to Newt.”

You’ll have to decide for yourself how much of the latest Romney smear campaign you’re going to believe but as Jeffrey Lord writes, “Quite to the contrary of the Romney message, Newt Gingrich was in fact one of Reagan’s Young Lieutenants.

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  • Multitude

    Remarkable. Thank you btw. I was beginning to wonder if Newt made all the Reagan stuff up given how well coordinated these attacks are.

    Soros says Obama and Romney are the same (of course; they are insiders who work for the elites, not people of principal). What will Romney say to this? Anything? Or just silently acknowledge it?

  • Militant Conservative

    Newt worked with Reagan.

    Romney is no Reagan, no conservative.

    Newt is going to crush Romney.

  • jorgen

    Newt is probably the least worst option.

  • Militant Conservative

    #3 is such a positive individual.

  • Jenny

    I’m wondering? All of the Republicans that ousted Newt in the late 90s … Aren’t those the big spending progressive RINOS that made up the congress under Bush? Isn’t that the congress that overspent and gave us a democrat controlled congress in 2007? Don’t we want Newt to go back and take revenge on these RINOS? It would be fun to watch. Still I do not like Newts global warming history. He must address Climategate with his intelligence.

  • donh

    The problem they are having is that people like me were alive during the Clinton years and we saw what happened. Newt WAS a fighter…He got knifed in the back by his own party. It was people like Bob Dole and John McCain scuttling our own bills passed in the House. It was the north eastern liberal republicans who broke ranks on the government shut down and voted Clinton not guilty in impeachment proceedings. Since pushing people like Newt out of power there has not been a single principled effort to cut spending and reform entitlements. It has been a party of wimp enablers of fascism who only have a fight towards genuine conservatives who demand better representation.

  • bg




  • Sasja

    Sadly, those who believe in a smaller, less intrusive government, returning to the ideals of our founders, are fighting a war on 2 fronts. Our adversaries are not only the dim lefties but also the RINO’s.

  • SW

    Wake up people. Do your homework, learn your history. Gingrich is a BIG GOVERNMENT PROGRESSIVE.

  • SturJen

    This all-out witch hunt on Newt is exactly the reason why we have the dearth of good candidates for any political office. This needs to stop. NOW.

    I don’t give a flying rat’s patootie if you like Newt or not; this crucifixtion over the last minutiae of a candidate’s past is going to lead to Obama’s 2nd election to the presidency. And I will blame every last one of you media pundits (HEAR THAT DRUDGE?!) for it!

  • Simsalabim

    OMG. I just received an email that Ed Martin is now running for Attorney General. Did he make an agreement with Ann Wagner and the Republican establishment? I really like(d) Ed but it looks like he’s just looking for a job instead of fighting for us if he bowed out of the 2nd Congressional District race.

    Say it isn’t so Ed. I placed a lot of hope in you! You’re not just another politician–or you?

  • valerie

    #5 January 26, 2012 at 8:38 am
    Jenny commented:

    He did. First, he invited discussion, and then he kept his mind open to the developing information. Al Gore refused to accept the developing information, and Newt let him have it.

  • vickilori

    It obvious that this website is rooting for Gingrich. I believe that he was not as close to Reagan he constantly says. He is also said that is a Wilsonian Politik. FDR, Woodrow Wilson are Presidents that he greatly admires which he said is in his own words. He is a Washington guy amd worked there too many years. He is not an outsider or conservative. He has in his own words said too may things that lead me to believe that he is not. I don’t care that he tells the press off.
    The moral issues. I believe in redemption of his adultry for 6 years with his Marriane Gingrich but it does not mean I want to vote for him. I overlooked that with Bill Clinton and very much regret it.

    Lastly, he is never ran a company, made payroll or run a State. We already had someone in the office who did not have the expierence and look at what that is getting us. He maybe smart but I want someone who is wise.

  • Billy Jack

    Nice job getting it out, Jim
    Here’s another good read………..

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  • SturJen

    People! Leave the mudslinging to the Libs!

    You don’t like Newt, FINE. Don’t sink to the Lib level of excoriating every little thing he’s ever done. JUST STOP.

    You want to be helpful?

    Tell me WHO you like to run for the Presidency and WHY. Witch hunts only tell me the negative and I WANT POSITIVE. People don’t submit resumes for jobs with only their failures on them, they highlight ACCOMPLISHMENTS.

  • injunjoe

    drudge just changed his site’s name to the Romney Report

  • myohmy

    Ann Coulter was hysterical on her latest post. They are definitely wanted to protect the status quo of DC. Romney has not articulate his policy different from Obama other than I am rich and I am not Obama.

  • StrangernFiction

    The Establishment vs. the Truth

    It breaks my heart to say this and I sure hope I am wrong, but I believe the Establishment is going to win this. And all you have to do is look at Obama’s approval ratings (even after all he’s perpetrated against this country) to know why. The uninformed Republican voters, just like the uninformed American voters, will buy the propaganda and go Establishment/Romney. Again, I hope I’m wrong.

  • flownover

    Thank you Jim !! I immediately posted in the members section at Ricochet. This settles alot of the caterwauling from Coulter and the rest.

  • RedBeard

    Of course Gingrich was on Reagan’s team back then. He did much good work. But that hardly gives him any sort of pass for his later political aimlessness and/or opportunism, or for his unfortunate lack of personal ethics.

    Understand that I say that NOT as a Romney supporter. There is no one in this field I feel good about supporting. Gingrich is a loose cannon, Romney is a liberal, Santorum is most likely done for, and Paul is crazy.

    One of these years, perhaps I will have someone to support enthusiastically. This year, my only enthusiasm is about getting rid of Obama.

  • valerie

    #9 January 26, 2012 at 8:47 am
    SW commented:


  • Tjexcite

    Sure he got the torch in 1990’s and in the last 25 years he occupied all over it.

  • upsidedwn

    This article is about the Drudge “factor” certainly makes you go hmmmm.
    I don’t trust anyone anymore…sad.

  • Nanna


    I don’t know where you get your information but Newt has FOUR companies. that is why the money from Freddie Mac didn’t go to him.He has made payrolls also.

    I was here during the Reagan years, and Newt was with Regan all lthe way. and I believe Nancy Reagan over Romney hacks, and Obama hacks any day. I do believe she was there too.
    Your knowledge is amazing.

  • Rose

    The man who co-sponsored the bill to turn the Fairness Doctrine into Federal LAW – that REAGAN VETOED – is NOT a LIEUTENANT to Reagan, and REAGAN didn’t endorse Newt.

    We’ve all seen Nancy endorse things since Reagan could not speak for himself that we all KNOW Reagan would NOT ONLY NOT ENDORSE, but would have VEHEMENTLY OPPOSED. We knew that when he was still in the Oval Office that she was some bit Left of Ronald, SR.
    How much Jr. had to do with THAT at that time, was the subject of some speculation.

    I can tell that you, Jim Hoft, and many great Conservatives, proven Conservatives, are sold on Newt. I am sorry to oppose you on the issue, but Newt’s record is CLEAR, and it didn’t come from Romney “talking points”.

    For instance, Newt’s 3 wives.

    Sometimes we cannot see the real person because of our dreams. All humans do this at one time or another. We see it most with young people and whoever they currently have a crush on, and dream up a fairy tale of a perfect life with no flaws in it whatsoever.

    But it happens to all the rest of us, too – like it does with some grandparents who have stinky grandchildren they think are the next Einstein or Mozart, but aren’t.

    Trust Jesus more than politicians. It is NOT the end of the world if we don’t see a MAN who has the potential to fix things. That doesn’t mean God doesn’t have His Moses or David at hand, playing the pipes on a nice little hillside, nearby. Even while King Saul is sitting there on the throne looking magnificent in the eyes of some, and Goliath is roaring, just across the way, and along came David with wheels of cheese and a slingshot!

    and THAT is NO PIPE DREAM!

  • StrangernFiction (Starts at 1:35)

    I’m sure Drudge will link to this right away.

  • Ipso Facto

    While people should certainly say what they think, this nonsense about Newt insulting Reagan is just way-over-the-top nonsense.

    When things get this far out of whack – and when the press TOTALLY fails to clarify the record and flush out the lies, (on both sides) – the entire Republican Party suffers.

    It is becoming clear to me that Newt speaks mostly to the base and Romney speaks more to the elites. While I’ll support whoever is nominated in the fight to take Obama out, the next fight after the election will be the current top-down methods of the Republican party which I think a lot of people will have some say about.

  • valerie

    From the Jeffrey Lord at American Spectator cite above, a link to the best analysis of the Romney campaign I’ve seen thus far.

    The Gingrich Challenge
    A test for Romney, GOP officials, and the former speaker himself.

    This article focuses on the Romney campaign. It does not deal directly with the potential strength of Newt Gingrich, although it says this much:

    “This reflects Mr. Gingrich’s debate skills but perhaps more his willingness to promote conservative values. Since Reagan, Republicans have had a President or nominee who was typically either tongue-tied or timid in defending their policies and principles. With Mr. Obama preparing a re-election assault on those principles, GOP voters understandably want a tenacious advocate.”

    Gingrich gives a stellar performance when he promotes conservative values. When he discusses an issue, any issue, there is absolutely no doubt that he has done his homework, and that he wants a good, fair, positive result with as few perverse side effects as possible. His appeal does not lie only with thus conservatives, but also with Liberals, who appreciate an able, thoughtful advocate of valuable principles.

  • Fionnagh

    “We’ve all seen Nancy endorse things since Reagan could not speak for himself that we all KNOW Reagan would NOT ONLY NOT ENDORSE, but would have VEHEMENTLY OPPOSED.”

    As a longtime widow, who knew my longtime husband better than anyone except himself, your comment offends me. What hubris to assume that you know Reagan’s mind and intentions better than his wife did!

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  • raybojabo

    off topic: odumbo eligibility trial in progress in georgia

    live link:

  • Newt is by no measure, moral or philosophical, a conservative.

  • Meh

    Remind to never try posting comments on a tablet.

  • Kate

    I do not like Newt’s attacks on Romney and have some major reservations about Newt and am not thrilled with Romney. I do, however, want someone who will get that marxist out of the WH. I think Romney has a better chance than Newt. Both candidates need to start telling us what they will do and stop the attacks on each other. I think Newt has screwed up big time with his current mode of campaigning.

  • Ria

    I wish this Reagan obsession withb both front runners will stop.

    ”Craig Shirley: Gingrich a lot more like Reagan than Romney”


    ”The simple fact is Romney is from the establishment-Rockefeller-Gerald Ford-Bush Dynasty side of the GOP, more interested in great access than great ideas.

    Gingrich is from the anti-establishment Goldwater-Bill Buckley-Jack Kemp -Reagan- side of the GOP, more interested in questioning the establishment than joining it. These are Americans who have grand ideas about the greatness of the country and the future as a brighter one.

    In short, Romney is on the losing side of the party and he doesn’t like it one bit, yet rather than apologize for being wrong his whole life, Romney chooses to attacks conservatives.”,0,7499761,full.story

  • tj

    OT – Georgia court proceeding with case regarding Obie’s eligibility to be on Georgia ballot in 2012 election.

    This could be the begining of one of the most significant events in US History. (or it could fizzle into nothing as so many other cases have)

    I hoping that:
    * Georgia removes Obie from the ballot
    * Other states follow suit
    * Congress wakes up and notices that Obie is not eligible to currently hold office
    * Nullification follows (including removal of all appointments)
    * All participants are charged with high crimes and treason and brought to trial
    (Republicans included!!!)

  • and we trust what Nancy says because WHY?!


  • valerie

    #26 January 26, 2012 at 9:41 am
    Rose commented:

    “Trust Jesus more than politicians. It is NOT the end of the world if we don’t see a MAN who has the potential to fix things.”

    I’ll take you at your word. First, your standard of judgment: John 8, King James version:

    3 And the scribes and Pharisees brought unto him a woman taken in adultery; and when they had set her in the midst, 4 They say unto him, Master, this woman was taken in adultery , in the very act. 5 Now Moses in the law commanded us, that such should be stoned : but what sayest thou? 6 This they said , tempting him, that they might have to accuse him. But Jesus stooped down, and with his finger wrote on the ground, as though he heard them not. 7 So when they continued asking him, he lifted up himself , and said unto them, He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her. 8 And again he stooped down, and wrote on the ground. 9 And they which heard it, being convicted by their own conscience, went out one by one, beginning at the eldest, even unto the last: and Jesus was left alone, and the woman standing in the midst. 10 When Jesus had lifted up himself , and saw none but the woman, he said unto her, Woman, where are those thine accusers? hath no man condemned thee? 11 She said , No man, Lord. And Jesus said unto her, Neither do I condemn thee: go , and sin no more.

    Next, your formulation of the problem”

    “…if we don’t see a MAN who has the potential to fix things.”

    I had no idea what Newt Gingrich’s actual policy positions were, until I started to do some independent research. What I found were lots and lots of articles completely misdescribing his positions. The contrast between what Newt has said, done, and written since he left high public office, and the description of these things has been beyond justifiable.

    Newt is by no means the first Republican to be treated this way, but he’s the only one so far with both the experience and the willingness to take it on.

    In case your worry is about the question of electability of a person with admitted flaws, I invite you to get acquainted with another American reformer:

    Grover Cleveland (Wikipedia-this is well-known)

    Stephen Grover Cleveland (March 18, 1837 – June 24, 1908) was the 22nd and 24th President of the United States. Cleveland is the only president to serve two non-consecutive terms (1885–1889 and 1893–1897) and therefore is the only individual to be counted twice in the numbering of the presidents. He was the winner of the popular vote for president three times—in 1884, 1888, and 1892—and was the only Democrat elected to the presidency in the era of Republican political domination that lasted from 1861 to 1913.

    Cleveland was the leader of the pro-business Bourbon Democrats who opposed high tariffs, Free Silver, inflation, imperialism and subsidies to business, farmers or veterans. His battles for political reform and fiscal conservatism made him an icon for American conservatives of the era.[1] Cleveland won praise for his honesty, independence, integrity, and commitment to the principles of classical liberalism.[2] Cleveland relentlessly fought political corruption, patronage, and bossism. Indeed, as a reformer his prestige was so strong that the reform wing of the Republican Party, called “Mugwumps”, largely bolted the GOP ticket and swung to his support in 1884.[3]

    Grover Cleveland is also famous for an attack on his character, embodied in the famous rhyme “Ma, ma, where’s my pa? Gone to the White House, ha, ha, ha.”

    Actual Americans don’t have any problem electing people with messy personal lives, provided they tell the truth about it.

  • StrangernFiction

    “I hope we’re ultimately able to eliminate some of the differences [between Romneycare and Obamacare], repeal the bad and keep the good.” (Starts at 1:40)

    If you think Mitt Romney is committed to full repeal of Obamacare after watching this you are delusional.

  • LookUp

    There are no perfect Republican candidates. No candidate comes remarkably close to Reagan(Sarah isn’t running). Hold your nose and vote for the one you sincerely believe is the better. ALL are still light years better than the Democrap in office.

  • mercador

    All you people that find all the Republicans candidates not acceptable, why don’t you tell us that you preferr Obama another for years and stop complaining about the candidates. You call the liberal, crazy etc. What do you think Obama is, sane? I wish we had been this critical of Obama.

  • Ria

    Romney claims several congressmen told him Newt lobbied them. Time for Romney to produce names.

  • bg


    C-Christian Soldier #39 January 26, 2012 at 10:10 am

    best reason i can muster is, because it’s true..

    re: Amen!! via #7 January 26, 2012 at 8:45 am bg

    December 20, 2011

    Past & Present

    [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.]

    bit more of more here..


  • Molon Labe

    Every time I have doubts about Newt I look at his enemies and my doubts are erased.

  • Hannity is pretty neutral but Rush Limbaugh and Mark Levin are really defending Newt. People grow up. I, like many people think Romney lacks the conviction or has the backbone to take on the Washington DC Establishment.

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  • Crimedog

    Well this is a reach. She said he turned the torch over to newt and the other republicans in congress. Newt was on the dais. I would say she was just being polite in her speech by acknowledging the then current speaker of the house shortly after the republican majority took over in the house. As to Romney he could have toned it down by just noticing that Newt just carries on too much about his contribution and association with Reagan. He really was not a player at all.


    romney is a liberal hiding in GOP clothing…sorry he is not what we need…why woul anyone who made 40 some million the past few years even want to run for president…unless he has an adgenda to keep the handouts going

  • bg


    re: Ria #44 January 26, 2012 at 10:22 am

    January 24, 2012

    Gingrich: Romney ‘getting richer off Freddie Mac’

    [Romney had several investments, worth as much as $500,000,
    in lenders Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, according to new financial
    disclosure forms reported by multiple sources.

    “We didn’t learn that until we left the debate last night,” Gingrich told
    conservative radio host Laura Ingraham of the investments. “I probably
    would have gotten in a good zinger on that.”

    Gingrich had the “zinger” ready for a Fox News affiliate on Tuesday
    morning: “I would have said, ‘Mitt, you’re a stockholder. You’re getting
    richer off of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.’”]

    January 25, 2012

    Top Romney Aides Lobbied for Freddie Mac

    [Former Rep. Susan Molinari was among them. She now is one of
    Romney’s top aides but was paid to stop “any meaningful regulation
    in the years before the housing mortgage giant crashed,” according
    to the report.]


  • Crimedog

    For all you guys who can’t get it through your thick skulls that Romney is indeed against ObamaCare, watch this video. Anyone who hears this and still thinks Romney doesn’t have a thoughtful and winning approach to FEDERAL health care policy is delusional. It is about a minute in where he says, again, categorically that he believes in federalism and then outlines three things that are terrible about ObamaCare and have to be eliminated.

    P.S. Acknowledging that ObamaCare has a couple of good things is what is called politically smart.

  • Pete_Bondurant

    When is Hoft going to post the story about the Gingrich team backtracking on its claims that it offered friends to counter his ex-wife’s story to ABC?

    I will wait.

    Romney up 8 in Florida according to Rasmussen. Does Hoft have his panties in a wad yet?

  • bg


    Crimedog #49 January 26, 2012 at 10:37 am

    re: [He really was not a player at all.]


    fyi: opinions facts do not make,
    got anything to back yours up??

    didn’t think so..


  • Skip

    I have always been in the Gingrich camp and still believe he has the best chance of defeating Obama. But…he is now trailing Romney in the Florida primary and has anyone else noticed that Drudge has had the ‘long knives’ out for Newt the past week.

    Drudge is quite blatent about his intentions which it seems to me…to insure that Romney is the GoP nominee. If this should happen — it’s another 4 years of Obama.

    If anyone thought his first term was bad…you have not seen anything if he wins a second term with nothing to lose.

    He will appoint at least 2 more Supreme Court Justices. The First and Second Amendments will be a shell of what they presently are.

    If it’s not Newt…game over!

  • Patty

    Well, I sound like Reagan, enough said.

    The truth is out there, now the American Voters must find it. It is an amazing time when with just a click of the mouse information and answers are on the internet. Depends on where we look and who we believe. First Lady Nancy Reagan isn’t lying, she is there for all to see. Now, for Romney, what is a boy to do.

  • Pete_Bondurant

    Anne Coulter (784 times smarter than Jin Hoft) sums it up best:

    Skip sounds like he has his panties in a wad.

  • bg
  • bg


    Pete_Bondurant #57 January 26, 2012 at 11:00 am

    she may be smarter, but she’s 784 times more wrong..


  • Pete_Bondurant

    bg, as Coulter put it:

    To talk with Gingrich supporters is to enter a world where words have no meaning.

    I believe that applies to you.

  • Bill Mitchell
  • I’m sure Reagan never considered taxing blind and mentally challenged peeps like retard05.

    ‘It is pretty well-known among political junkies that Mitt Romney imposed a lot of new fees in Massachusetts to balance the budget without raising taxes.

    But what is not well known is how crazy and offensive these fees could be.

    Here are the two craziest we could find:

    Romney Charged A Fee For Being Blind. “It now costs to be blind in Massachusetts. The state’s approximately 35,000 blind and legally blind residents must now pay $10 annually for a certificate of blindness and $15 every four years for a blind identification card. Without the formerly-free documents, blind people cannot take advantage of tax abatements, affordable housing programs, health care services, transportation discounts and other benefits. … The fees originated in February, in Gov. Mitt Romney’s budget proposal for fiscal 2004.” (Shaun Sutner, “Advocates Fight Fees For The Blind,” Telegram & Gazette, 8/5/03)

    Romney Also Proposed Imposing A Fee On The Mentally Retarded. “The committee will also accept most of the fee recommendations made by Romney, Rogers said, but would not endorse … a new fee for some mentally retarded citizens…” (Jennifer Peter, “House Leaders Agree With Romney’s Plan To Eliminate Urban Park Agency,” The Associated Press, 4/16/03)

    No one has brought this out in an attack ad-yet, but they should.’

    REPORT: Mitt Romney Proposed Charging A Fee For Being Mentally Retarded

    Go Newt.

  • Bill Mitchell

    I mean it’s actually funny. Drudge is all bash Newt all the time.

  • bg


    Skip #55 January 26, 2012 at 10:50 am

    polls shmolls, very unreliable, even when my guy is ahead, as he has
    been, that is up & until a couple of days before the primary.. then the
    numbers somehow magically reverse, gah!!..

    400,00 Floridians already voted, long before Newt surged again, i am just hoping & praying we don’t have another buyers remorse prez.. 🙁


    29.0 Gingrich +1.0
    28.0 Romney
    14.7 Santorum
    12.3 Paul


    36.2 Romney +2.6
    33.6 Gingrich
    10.8 Santorum
    8.6 Paul




  • bg


    Pete_Bondurant #60 January 26, 2012 at 11:15 am

    heh, in a Coulter world, i suppose so..


  • bg


    S. Wolf #62 January 26, 2012 at 11:22 am

    sort of like joining ie: Sams.. /s/

    hah.. we ain’t seen nothin’ yet!! 🙁


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  • bg


    LookUp #42 January 26, 2012 at 10:16 am

    January 17, 2012

    Sarah Palin: I’d Vote For Newt

    January 19, 2012

    Newt Gingrich on Sarah Palin: If I become President
    I’d ask her to take a ‘major role’ in my administration

    [“I think she’s a very articulate leader of the Tea Party, conservative
    movement,” he said on CNN. “I was honored and delighted last night
    when she said if she were in South Carolina she’d vote for Newt
    Gingrich. I hope everyone that likes her decides she’s right.”]


  • Skip

    Pete_Bondurant commented:
    Anne Coulter (784 times smarter than Jin Hoft) sums it up best.

    “Skip sounds like he has his panties in a wad.”


    Pete…if you believe what you wrote about Coulter…please don’t vote. We are trying to save the country from Obama supporters such as yourself.

    As for your comment about “panties in a wad”…come up with something of your own instead of using Sarah Palin’s line when she talked about Chris Christie trashing Gingnrich which if you read the entire post by Jim Hoft you will soon find out that what Christie said about Gingrich was not true.

  • You people are now grasping at straws

    All of you seem to have selective hearing:

    “Ronnie turned that torch over to Newt, and the Republican Congress

    She did NOT say that President Reagan turned that torch over to Newt exclusively. President Reagan turned the torch over to ALL Republican members of the House, which included Newt Gingrinch, as Speaker. As a matter of fact, President Reagan wrote little about Newt Gingrich, the man some of you now think he was turning the torch of conservatism over to.

    Professor Jackson needs to change the title of his website to All Newt, All The Time as he digs into minutia looking for something, anything, to back his chosen candidate in the GOP primaries. Let us not forget that Jacobson was a Palinista, so secure that Sarah Palin would throw her hat in the ring, and when Palin disappointed, Jacobson backed Cain, dismissing Gingrinch in the process.

    So while you bash Drudge for having made up his mind in who he will support, you hail Jacobson as a hero for supporting Newt. That says more about you than it does about either Drudge or Jacobson.

  • retire05

    S. Wolf, why must you drag me into your hyperbole? Is insulting people the only thing you know how to do really well? Or are you just following your handlers, bg and Ginger (now known as Melon Lobe) Leave me out of your trash talk.

    Frankly, the lot of you are no different that the people who demand loyalty from other segments of our society. Anyone who disagrees with you will be savaged by your foul mouths.

  • Chinahand206

    Being done to taking support from a woman that held seances in the White House is Just LAME. Also it is beneath you Hoft, but then you now support a despicable man to re-elect Obama, so maybe it is not beneath you.

  • Kate

    I don’t see how we can trust either Newt or Romney to be a conservative president. Neither of them are conservative. Who’s better? IMO, its hard to choose. If character counts, then Newt isn’t too great a catch. Sex crap counted against Clinton in the respect of character, why not Newt? Can flip flop Romney be counted on to be to the right? I just don’t know. Is he the Romney of the past or the present? Newt’s current lying and attacks are appalling and hurting the party. I agree with Rubio. So which one of these charming choices can beat Obama? Therein lies the rub. We need the independents. I think Romney has the better chance. When are Republicans going to have a candidate for President where we don’t have to hold our nose when voting because regardless, ANYONE would be better than Obama. At least Newt and Romney love our country and don’t want to destroy it.

  • bg


    Ypangas #71 January 26, 2012 at 11:48 am

    you wish..


  • Patty

    Such a picky audience: Ronnie turned that torch over to Newt.

    Her words not mine.

  • You people are now grasping at straws

    #76, Patty:

    Such a picky audience: Ronnie turned that torch over to Newt.”

    and the Republican Congress, or did that part just go right over your head?

  • bg
  • bg


    oops re: #78 January 26, 2012 at 12:08 pm bg

    Updated: January 25, 2012 = 12/2/2011

    sorry about that..


  • Ria

    In this political climate of housing recession, the GOP would be nuts to send the tongue tied private equity guy to go up against Obama the Class warfare warrior. 2012 is all about how hard the middleclass is struggling.

  • bg


    was NEWT not the SPEAKER of the REPUBLICAN CONGRESS?? ergo,
    more or less in charge, ergo charged with the charge passed on to
    him over the the Republican Congress via Nancy Reagan??

    see, i can play in the sandbox too..



    GROW UP.. GAH!!


  • bg


    re: #78 January 26, 2012 at 12:08 pm bg

    Congressional Ratings 2010 Released February 2011


  • The entire Conservative Establishment has united to kill Gingrich’s campaign…………

  • bg



    December 07, 2011

    Newt Was Found Innocent Nearly 13 Years
    Ago – Networks Have Yet To Report It

    December 08, 2011

    Anderson Cooper Buries Gingrich’s Vindication
    of Charges by IRS at End of Critical Story



  • Pragmatic

    Molon Labe commented:
    Every time I have doubts about Newt I look at his enemies and my doubts are erased.


  • bg





  • bg


    will the Republicans wake up in time to realize that “we the
    people” detest them just as much, if not more, than Obama??

    we want a president who will stand up for US, not party, congress is
    supposed to represent “we the people”, not “they the body politic”..


  • bg


    re: Pragmatic #85 January 26, 2012 at 12:58 pm

    re: Molon Labe #46 January 26, 2012 at 10:27 am

    ditto on the dittos.. 😉


  • Sasja
  • bg


    is this reliable??



  • bg


    re: #90 January 26, 2012 at 1:19 pm bg

    here’s one via NYT..


  • bg


    Sasja #89 January 26, 2012 at 1:15 pm

    re: Video Of Newt Bashing Reagan Is Bogus

    thank you..

    [i honestly believe posters in here are doing a better ferreting job on
    both Romney & Gingrich than Conservative talk radio & most so called
    conservative blogs..]


  • Obama , Mitt and Newt support the patriot act , NDAA and the further destruction of the constitution . All three support borrowing money from China to defend us from China.
    All three support gestapo agents at our airports prodding individuals like sheep.
    All three support secret bankers at the Federal Reserve printing fiat currency and earning a penny on the dollar for their scam which robs the poor and destroys the middle class and transfers the wealth to the scamming bankers.

    Ron Paul wants to stop the military industrial complex and special interest groups and lobbyist who have bought off the media and both political parties who perpetuate wars and big government for profit….
    Time for real change….Ron Paul

  • bg


    hwt123 #93 January 26, 2012 at 1:36 pm

    links please..


    re: Ron Paul

    January 22, 2012

    [Among Independents, Gingrich beat Paul
    by 7%, and Mitt Romney beat Paul by 1%.


    But in addition to losing the Independent vote, Ron Paul also lost the
    military vote. And not just by a little and not just to Newt Gingrich. He
    lost to Rick Santorum by 4%, Mitt Romney by 20%, and Newt Gingrich
    by a whopping 27%.]


  • Mama Grizzly

    Is anyone reading Drudge?

    Major problems with Newt.

    Rush Limbaugh also reporting on this.

    Newt will do anything, say anything.

  • retire05 #72

    Well, la de da, is this you or your other personality? re hyperbole and trash talk. This from the person who thinks Obama supporters are quite intelligent. That must be your other personality since I’m certain Governor Perry doesn’t share that view and as you are or were a supporter of Perry, and Perry has endorsed Gingrich.. well, I don’t want to confuse you, whichever you are. You are the one who cyberbullies bg calling her a harpy and whatnot notwithstanding she is a great researcher and great grandmother tut tut. Molon Labe may or may not be the former Ginger, I couldn’t care less.

  • Orhtodude

    Jenny (way above) writes, “Still I do not like Newts global warming history. He must address Climategate with his intelligence.”

    You know, when it first came out, I took the global warmists at their word. I looked at the graphs and thought, “That is pretty worrying.” Then global warming morphed into “climate change”, a non-falsifiable theory. Then came climate gate one and two.

    I don’t hold it against anyone if they USED to believe the global warmists. The ones that are still screaming about it, they are the ones that are charlatans.

  • bg


    Mama Grizzly #95 January 26, 2012 at 2:03 pm

    hah, more like Drudge & Limbaugh will say anything, and they do..


  • Sasja

    Well Mittens still believes there is global warming but is not sure just how much of human activity is involved. Look, the planet cools, than warms, cools, than warms. Personally, I would love to have more winters as we are having this year. The last 3 were really brutal.

  • Sasja
  • Sasja


  • bg


    Orhtodude #97 January 26, 2012 at 2:11 pm

    i agree, we were all in the dark for a while there..

    but fact is:

    Global Warming and Global Cooling aka: Climate
    Change has been occurring since the big bang..

    that we have global warming is not in dispute, what is in dispute is
    whether or not it is MAN-MADE, it’s NOT.. but the elite powers that be
    devised a scheme to profit off of humans being the “cause” when they
    know dang well that the Sun has more to do with climate change than
    anything man could devise.. “climate change” had been the norm long
    before the “industrial revolution” came along.. what we need to worry
    about is POLLUTING the planet.. however, the contribution pollution
    makes re: climate change is miniscule, and they don’t want anyone to
    know the truth because that’ll pop their carbon tax money bubble..

    The Great Global Warming Swindle

    April 24, 2009

    Newt Rips Gore’s ‘Facts’ To Pieces


  • dknc

    It’s quite interesting to watch the war in the GOP elite. Drudge and Rush are telling us that Newt doesn’t have the blessings of Reagan and now this! Reagan’s personal astrologer declared Newt as Reagan’s heir.

    Frankly, it’s all spin and manipulation from the GOP elite. I’m perfectly capable myself of researching the record of the candidates — it’s very easy with Google and YouTube. I don’t have to have a TV anchor, Drudge, Rush, or Nancy tell me how to vote.

    Reagan was the best president in my lifetime but he wasn’t perfect. He sold out the 2nd Amendment and supported the Brady Bill because his loyalty to a friend was greater than his oath to the Constitution. He ballooned the debt because he wouldn’t use the veto but made a pact with the Dems of “I’ll sign your blank check if you sign mine.” The debt wasn’t the only thing that ballooned – the Dept of Education, which Carter had just created and Reagan promised he would end, was several times bigger and a mature bureaucracy by the time Reagan left. So a real conservative can have some legitimate disagreements with Reagan.

    And looking at the voting records, speeches and positions, Gingrich, Romney & Santorum can’t make the case for the free market because they’re big government statists – JUST LIKE RUSH. Sure, in some areas Rush wants to cut down government intrusion — but only in some economic areas. Money is the only thing that matters to Rush. Rush has no problem with a government that’s out of control and denying our basic rights to trial by jury, innocent until proven guilty and to move about in society without being molested, accosted and ID’d (Patriot Act, TSA, NDAA)

    Who do you think is the most conservative? When someone did an analysis of voting records during the 2004 election, they analyzed the voting records of all Senators and Congressmen from 1937-2002 (link below) to see if Kerry was the most liberal of the Democrats running at the time. Drum roll…..

    Reagan said “If you analyze it I believe the very heart and soul of conservatism is libertarianism… The basis of conservatism is a desire for less government interference or less centralized authority or more individual freedom and this is a pretty general description also of what libertarianism is”. That is exactly how Ron Paul defined conservatism in the last debate. And by Reagan’s definition, Gingrich, Romney and Santorum don’t even come close.

    Ron Paul had the most conservative voting record of everyone who served in Congress from 1937-2002, scoring 0.882 (the most liberal rating was -0.784, a NEGATIVE 0.784). Santorum scored 0.329. Santorum is a big government, central planning MODERATE like McCain (0.303). This helps to explain his support of Arlen Specter against Pat Toomey, a bona fide fiscal conservative. If you don’t think the government is too big and intrusive, vote for him. If you want your freedom and dignity back, vote for Ron Paul.

    Here’s the link to the data:

    Here’s some individual rankings:
    3320 TEXAS R PAUL, RON 0.882
    3243 SOUTH C R DEMINT, JIM 0.559
    3065 OHIO R BOEHNER, JOHN A. 0.449
    2555 ARIZONA R MCCAIN, JOHN S 0.303
    1715 PENNSYL R SPECTER, ARLEN -0.003 (negative 0.003)

    3244 USA R REAGAN, RONALD W. 0.559
    2438 MICHIGA R FORD, GERALD R. JR. 0.272
    75 NEW YOR L ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN DELAN -0.537 (negative 0.537)

  • Molon Labe


    Why bother with Retarded (IQ 06)? Its impossible to deal with a creature that believes 2+2=5. Worse this harpy projects her failings onto anyone who doesn’t accept her mandates. Obviously a case of severe childhood abuse. Oh yah I’m Ginger, and MaryAnn, and the Professor, and Gilligan, and Mr. Howell.

    Retarded sure is off on the crazy train.

  • bg


    Sasja #100 January 26, 2012 at 2:45 pm

    yes, but i still don’t see how it can be called
    “bashing”, he was just telling it like it was..

    iow: we did this, we did that, we need to do this, we need to do that,
    we have to move on and better ourselves taking the best of Reagan
    with US as e go..

    Rush didn’t even listen to the tape, ergo, so how he can
    make such out of context statements is beyond me.. me
    thinks we will be hearing more about this matter.. 😉

    aah, most everything these days is turned into the most insignificant
    Kardashian like dramasodes, while really horrific events are occurring
    all around the world and totally ignored.. we have become a nation of
    dumbed down dhimmis thirsting to get to the bottom of the barrel as
    fast as we can.. shame on US.. *sigh*


  • Molon Labe


    Gee the issues of 1937 are soooo relevant to those of today and I had no idea that Ron Paul had been in Congress at that time. Tell us how did he vote on FDR’s packing the sUPREME cOURT?

    Its sad to see such historically illiterate people trying to foist irrelevnacies on the people.

    Ron Paul is to Conservativism what Hitler was to jews.

  • Mountain Saint

    The Freshman Newt never was Reagan’s lieutenant and, in fact, he opposed many of Reagan’s policies. Gingrich was a Liberal even back then and he supported Rockerfeller….Since Nancy was outside of the loop in 1995, she didn’t know what was going on in Washington… Ronnie never turned the torch over to Newt – one of his opponents and someone who had already teamed up with Pelosi in passing 418 liberal bills.

  • Molon Labe

    Why is it that Ron Paul is one of the major porkers in Congress and uses earmarks all the time? Can you name any programs he has eliminated? Ron Paul is a bad joke who wants to eliminate the Fed but admits he will not do it, nor any other Federal program.

    I don’t need someone who promises to cut spending and then spends like a drunken demorat.

  • bg


    dknc #103 January 26, 2012 at 2:53 pm

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

    bit more here & here..


  • Molon Labe

    Now I understand how someone could vote for Obama.

  • Molon Labe


    This is by far the best post I have read here, except for the entertainment value provided by our resident unhinged harpy, but your post is far more enlightening. I do not understand how any caring person cannot be disguisted by these proposals. If you can document them I would forward them to the Gringrich campaign as they would make a very interesting commercial.

    I knew Romney was replusive but this takes the cake, although I would suggest you read about Romney’s denying a pardon to the Amiraults (I believe this is the correct spelling) an infamous daycare case of the 90s.

  • bg


    Mountain Saint #107 January 26, 2012 at 3:07 pm

    yah, he didn’t have a clue.. 🙄


  • Micheal Reagan defends Newt as Reagon conservative…………..

  • Molon Labe

    Wolf #62

    Does this mean that Romney would force Retard 05 to pay a special tax?
    Maybe Romney isn’t so bad.

  • bg
  • Michael Hefets

    I’m a Newt supporter. While it’s nice to hear Nancy Reagan saying her husband handed the conservative torch to Newt, the column of Eliot Abrams yesterday in National Review was quite persuasive that Newt opposed both Reagan and Bush 43 on critical issues that eventually showed Newt to be wrong. So what to do with this info showing Newt made bad judgement calls?

  • retire05

    Melon Lobe, I see your intellect level has not increase any. Still using insults against someone thinking that makes you a rocket scientist.

    Tell me, why are you so fixated on me?

    Do you deny that you once posted here as “ginger”?

    Yes, or no, because I intend to confirm.

  • Molon Labe

    I knew Ronald Reagan and Mittens is no Reagan. Bozo maybe.

  • bg
  • Molon Labe #111

    Well thank you. I follow the dictum talk is cheap espoused by bg which is a higher standard and requires links. 🙂

    yes, Romney is repulsive and he will not repeal Obamacare no matter what he says now.

    ‘Mitt Romney adviser Norm Coleman, a former senator from Minnesota, predicted the GOP won’t repeal the Democrats’ healthcare reform law even if a Republican candidate defeats President Obama this November.

    “You will not repeal the act in its entirety, but you will see major changes, particularly if there is a Republican president,” Coleman told BioCentury This Week television in an interview that aired on Sunday. “You can’t whole-cloth throw it out. But you can substantially change what’s been done.”‘

    Romney adviser Norm Coleman predicts GOP president won’t repeal health law


    Nope. retard05 doesn’t meet the classification for mental retardation, viz, 70 IQ, but is closer to a box of rocks level.

  • bg


    Michael Hefets #116 January 26, 2012 at 3:40 pm

    oh i dunno, tell me what you think


  • Molon Labe #111

    re Amirault

    ‘Dear Governor Romney:

    I am writing to ask that you immediately grant Gerald Amirault a full pardon for his wrongful conviction for crimes that never occurred. Anything less will only compound the grotesque injustice that an innocent family has already endured for over seventeen years and mean that Massachusetts learned nothing from the Salem witch trials.

    As you are aware:

    The entire investigation stemmed from an original incident in which he changed the diapers of a child who had wet himself at the day care center. He was helping one of the teachers. The police never interviewed him before filing charges.
    There is no credible evidence that any children were ever abused at the Fells Acre Day Care center.
    His conviction was based solely on the coerced statements of a small number of the children there who had been subjected to repeated interrogations using leading questions, techniques that an appeals court judge has since ruled “forever tainted” their testimony and that would cause the evidence to be excluded were the case retried today.
    For some of the accusing children, there is documentary proof that the children repeatedly, unambiguously denied that they’d ever been abused in any way, only changing their testimony after repeated leading questioning.
    The claims of those children who made accusations included wild, fantastic, contradictory, and clearly untruthful claims such as having been tied to trees and sexually abused by robots and lobsters, and that one child was stabbed with a 12 inch butcher knife. (This could not be done without leaving a wound or scar, which wasn’t present.)
    The accusing children also accused most of the other teachers at the center of witnessing and/or participating in abuse, yet the other teachers were never charged.
    The claims of the accusing children were contradicted by the testimony of ALL of the adults at the day care center and the statements of other children as well.
    His original legal counsel has acknowledged that he seriously erred in the original trial by failing to challenge the unconstitutional manner in which the accusing children were deposed at trial.
    Dorothy Rabinowitz, the Pulitzer Prize-winning writer for the Wall Street Journal, has written that “three entirely innocent lives have been shattered.”
    One of the jurors who originally convicted Amirault has now said that he erred and that Amirault is innocent.
    Your state parole board recommended 5 to 0 in favor of commutation of his sentence, noting that there is “real and substantial doubt” about his guilt.’

    Governor Mitt Romney: Pardon Gerald Amirault Now!

  • Molon Labe


    Tell us again why 2+2=5. Yup exactly who lambasted who first ?
    Bless your heasrt, going through life as a vile, foul mouthed harpy who is incapable of speaking the truth though torturing it daily.

  • bg


    albeit heavily edited (so who really knows
    what about the actual context was/is??)..

    June 9, 2009

    Newt Gingrich is Right!!

    “Citizen of the World”


  • Molon Labe


    I followed this case for years and was revolted by Romney’s behavior in this travesty of justice. There is no way I could ever trust this man. He is incapable of justice, he is incapable of holding a job like the president since he failed as a gov.

    Thanks for posting the details for others to see. I wish others would try and understand this.

  • bg


    gee! #113 January 26, 2012 at 3:29 pm

    January 26, 2012

    Mike Reagan, Rush Limbaugh Blast Romney

    [“I am deeply disturbed that supporters of Mitt Romney are claiming
    that Newt Gingrich is not a true Reaganite and are even claiming
    that Newt was a strong critic of my father.

    “Recently I endorsed Newt Gingrich for president because I believe
    that Newt is the only Republican candidate who has both consistently
    backed the conservative policies that my father championed and the
    only Republican that will continue to implement his vision.

    “It surprises me that Mitt Romney and his supporters would raise this
    issue — when Mitt by his own admission voted for Jimmy Carter and
    Walter Mondale who opposed my father, and later supported liberal
    Democrat Paul Tsongas for president.

    “As governor of Massachusetts, Romney’s achievement was the
    most socialistic healthcare plan in the nation up until that time.

    “Say what you want about Newt Gingrich but when he was Speaker
    of the House he surrounded himself with Reagan conservatives and
    implemented a Ronald Reagan program of low taxes and restrained
    federal spending.

    “Newt’s conservative program created a huge economic boom and
    balanced the budget for the first time in more than a generation.”]

    bottom line: dumb “out of context” story as far as i’m concerned..


  • retire05

    Melon Lobe, did you, or did you not, used to post here as “ginger”?

    Answer one question for a change instead of resorting to juvenile, childish insults that really does not serve to increase your intellect level or gathering your cabal around you to help you maintain that.

    What little people you, bg and S. Wolf are. If you couldn’t insult someone, you would be absolutely mute.

  • bg


    retire05 #127 January 26, 2012 at 4:37 pm


  • Molon Labe

    Retarded tell us again why 2+2=5.

    Childish insults are your specialty, especially vile loud mouthed ones. I think my comment above answers your question. Say hello to Mary Ann and Gilligian you spoused harpy. Seek help, everyone is against you. By the way I hope Ginger would chime in but alas she as most here have learned speaking with you is an exercise in futility.

    Going through life stupid, vile, and gross is no excuse but you seem to have made a success of it, bless your heart.

  • Saragosa

    #71 You people are now grasping at straws

    Well yeah….have you read much on this blog?

    Jim Hoft is quite selective in his “analysis” of what
    he reads (if he bothers to read all the way through).

    His headlines tend to have a certain level of disconnect
    with the content of the story that he is referring to.

    Of course Nancy Reagan meant that the torch was being
    handed over to the new republican congress in its entirety..
    ….not singling out Newt Gingrich.

    Jim doesn’t care. Neither do most of his readers.

  • Ripped

    Who cares what Nancy said, read Reagan’s memoirs he mentions Newt once, in addition Ronny didn’t think much of Newtered, he claimed he was dangerous.

  • Ripped

    #130 January 26, 2012 at 5:01 pm
    Saragosa commented:

    Exactly, this place is like a freaking republicrat echo chamber. It’s getting so pathetic I can’t tell the RWNJ’s from the LWNJ’s. Both sides are equally uninformed.

  • retire05

    #129 Melon Lobe

    “Childish insults are your specialty”

    Then you go on to lob more childish insults with “Going through life stupid, vile and gross?”

    Pot, meet kettle.

    Still, your I.Q. has not increased any. All you can present is mindless insults to anyone who doesn’t march lockstep with your narrow mentality. But then, I guess being liked by a bunch of anonymous posters is more important to you than anything else. How insecure you are.

  • retire05

    re did you, or did you not, used to post here as “ginger”?

    Ah, you got me. The jig is up. Yes, tis moi, I was Ginger not Molon Labe. Better?

  • Molon Labe


    No I am Spartcus!

  • Molon Labe




  • James Cook

    Newt Gingrich is truly someone the people who supported Reagan can get behind! Romney is the most dangerous Country Club Republican of them all! We the people who are Republicans on the ground in many states are sick to death of the Republican Elite going after Gingrich and them backing another Repbulican in name only that the media wants nothing more than to see lose against Obama!
    Back Gingrich because he believes in what Reagan stood for and he will fight Obama’s Policy! We don’t need a pretty boy Moderate to Run the Republican Party!
    We want someone like Newt Gingrich who will fight for what the people believe in and want back and it sure as heck is not what Mitt Romney is shoveling!
    I have always voted for a Republican for President and I plan to again unless this Republican Party puts someone like Romney as the nominee!
    Wake up you blue blood country club Republicans we are sick to death of you putting up your candidates and us losing our Country more!
    What did you do with McCain? You had a great Conservative running with him, but you bypassed her and demised her so the moderate would lose!
    I hold every Country Club Republican responsible for our last lost and this time God Willing Newt will over come as Reagan did and we will finally win.
    I don’t care about the so called baggage as it’s all old news as I lived in Georgia for 8 years and given the chance I will vote for Newt Gingrich any time and any place to see Newt is the next President of the United States!
    The only people the Republican Elite are angering attacking Newt are the common Republicans like me who believed in Reagan and I believe in Newt! Get a life and get over it as you stabbed Newt in the back once and none of us are as stupid as your trying to make us out to be!

  • Molon Labe


    Did you really teach Jessie Jackson and Al Sharpton their rhyming skills?

    I’d never insult you Retaded.

    There is too long a line to wait in.

  • Molon Labe


    Just when you thought there was no one crazier than Rosie O’Donnell you show up.

  • Anna Conway

    I am only 24 years old, but I can clearly see how Obama has destroyed this country. It’s time the youth woke up and supported a mature candidate! After looking at a lot of old Reagan video and a lot of Newt I have decided to clearly support Newt Gingrich for President and I changed my registration from Democrat to Republican in order to be a complete backer of the next President Of The United States and I assure you it will be Newt Gingrich!

  • Molon Labe #135

    Thought so 😉 You can be whoever you want. 🙂

    Anna Conway #140

    That’s great. Welcome to the Alamo. 🙂

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