THOUSANDS Turn Out to See Newt at the Villages in Florida


Republican presidential candidate, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, with his wife Callista, campaigns at The Villages, Sunday, Jan. 29, 2012, in Lady Lake, Fla. (AP /Matt Rourke)

Gingrich tells massive crowd in Floria businesses will start creating jobs on election night after Obama is defeated.
Huffington Post reported:

Everyone wants to create jobs. Candidates and politicians propose a mix of tax breaks, government assistance, new legislation and so forth. But for Newt Gingrich, there’s a much easier magical formula: just defeat President Barack Obama.

Gingrich held a large outdoor rally Sunday at the retirement community The Villages, attracting die-hard supporters, undecided Republicans and members of the community who simply decided to see what all the commotion was about as they were walking their dogs or going to lunch.

He laid out a startlingly simple plan to create new jobs, saying it would happen as soon as Obama is defeated — as soon as on election night itself.

“People say to me, ‘How fast will things turn around?’ Let’s talk about jobs. How quickly will people start to invest in new jobs? Late on election night when we defeat Barack Obama, people will start making decisions to create new jobs,” he said.

Gingrich is increasingly taking on the Republican establishment, upset at the attacks he has weathered in recent days from backers of former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, whose surrogates are attempting to “portray the former speaker as erratic.”

He continued that theme on Sunday, going hard after Wall Street and the “establishment in this country” — no doubt an attack at Romney.

A thousand supporters came out to see Mitt Romney in Florida this weekend.

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  • Pete_Bondurant

    He continued that theme on Sunday, going hard after Wall Street and the “establishment in this country” — no doubt an attack at Romney.

    Zzzzzzzz, Newt Hussein Gingrich strikes again.

    So Gingrich was able to draw a crowd…yippie. Very newsworthy Hoft.

    This blog gets worse and worse by the day….ever since Hoft got his panties in a wad.

  • Andrew

    Tuesday will be the seminal moment. If Newt pulls it off, it is a major game changer.

    I do not trust any of the polls saying Romneycare is leading by 10+ points.

  • wtd

    RINO/Progressive narrative on point: Huff Po characterization:

    “Gingrich held a large outdoor rally Sunday at the retirement community The Villages, attracting die-hard supporters, undecided Republicans and members of the community who simply decided to see what all the commotion was about as they were walking their dogs or going to lunch

    vs.

    GP title:

    THOUSANDS Turn Out to See Newt

    Progressive’s have to twist themselves into pretzel-like contortions to avoid the amount of dog poo they leave behind with such nonsense.

    Note that the video taped speech of

    Newt Gingrich @ Palm Beach County GOP Lincoln Day Dinner reveals a Gingrich nomination gives Conservatives the best of Gingrich, Perry & Cain in a single package as the following transcribed portion of that speech reveals:

    @31:42 Gingrich

    ” Herman, Thank you, very very much. You know I’m trying to follow an interesting book called Team of Rivals and when Governor Perry called me and indicated that he wanted to endorse me as he left the race, I knew that his passion was for implementing the tenth amendment. And I’ve asked Governor Perry to head up a project to develop both a very, very strong platform plank and then implementation legislation for the
    contract this fall to work with State and local officials to truly have a robust implementation of the tenth amendment to return power back home.

    @ 32:23 Gingrich:

    “Herman and I had many conversations going all the way back to when he served on a commission on tax reform that we developed with Jack Kemp in the mid-nineties when I was Speaker. And we had really understood and our first action he had gotten together fighting Hillary-care even before that. And I knew that his central passion is jobs, economic growth and tax reform. So, when we chatted about the possibility of his joining us here tonight, I said to him in the exactly the same spirit with which I’d approach Governor Perry, that I hoped that he would agree to co-chair a commission on jobs, economic growth and taxes that would look at what we should be doing to develop for the contract for this fall and what we should be implementing in January. And I said in advance, because I know this guy, and I know how passionate and how determined he is. I realize that as a co-chair of a commission like that this thing called 999 will be brought in and put on the table. So I fully expect that to be a part of what he brings to the table. He’s going to provide real leadership. This is a real job creator who has actually managed a company and who actually has real knowledge of how to do it himself. He is going to be a great asset. Thank you, Herman for being here tonight.”

    A vote for Newt Gingrich = a vote for the best men like

    Speaker Newt Gingrich,
    Governor ’10th Amendment’ Rick Perry &
    Herman “‘9-9-9’/jobs” Cain
    have to offer for the office of the President of United States & Team USA 2012.
    That’s one heck of a package deal!

  • bg

    ++

    there is a God, and we are the people, Amen..

    ==

  • Pete_Bondurant #1

    re This blog gets worse and worse by the day

    I agree.. it has gotten worse since dripping little pieces of dreck like you somehow crawled out of the toilet and started posting here. For someone who has been here less than a month and can’t discuss issues with facts and links to complain about it getting worse, well, ever look in a mirror?

  • valerie

    From the article, a long quote:

    We need somebody’s who willing to change Washington. We need somebody who knows enough about Washington to know how to change Washington. Both are necessary. Now, I know that all of you have seen all sorts of articles and the Washington establishment is coming unglued. When we had three consecutive polls this week leading by a significant margin nationally, they got even more unglued. Well let me tell you — they should be.

    I am not running for president to manage the decay of the United States to the satisfaction of the establishment. And I am not running for president of the United States to make the Wall Street elite and the Washington elite happy. I am running to change both groups on behalf of the people of the United States of America.

    I do not believe Wall Street can give enough money to run enough negative ads to hide from the truth. The truth is we have been served badly, as the American people, by the establishment in this country in both parties. Let’s be clear about it. In both parties! And it’s time someone stood up for hard-working, tax-paying Americans and said, ‘Enough!’ And if that makes the old order uncomfortable, my answer is: Good!

    at the Huffpo? What’s going on here?

    Here are two partial answers:

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/obama-team-sees-romney-damaging-self-with-independents-for-fall-campaign/2012/01/25/gIQAo8caRQ_story.html

    A new Washington Post-ABC News poll highlights the damage Romney has sustained. By a margin of more than 2 to 1, independent voters have an unfavorable impression of the former governor. Two weeks ago, more independents had a favorable opinion of him than an unfavorable view. In contrast, 51 percent of independents have a favorable impression of the president, compared with 45 percent who have an unfavorable view — his highest rating since April.

    And, those independents in Florida may be riled up.
    http://www.newsmax.com/InsideCover/Florida-primary-tea-party/2012/01/29/id/425866

  • myohmy

    Chill out. Just like Romney said, there is nothing to be angry about. Romney and Obama came from the same cloth. You survive four years of Obama? Why not another four more years?

  • Nofreelunch

    Romney is Obama lite.

  • mamabear

    With all the news about the greatness of Romney, this is the first report I have seen regarding turnout to an event. Last week newt got 4000+ at a mid day rally on a Tuesday where I live and another 6000 later that day. While I cant deny the polls, the passion for turnout still seems to be with newt.

  • donh

    This single primary in Florida is extremely important….so important acts of God are coming into play. The car accident on the highway changes an entire days worth of news coverage. Rick Santorum’s baby being taken to the hospital just moments after Mitt Romney declared his health plan ” nothing to get angry about “. This is a gutt check moment for Santorum of the highest order. People are shell shocked . Who knows what the mood will be come the day of voting…Even if Mitt wins the battle here in the land of swamps and crocodiles , the utter ruthlessness Romney has for conservatism has been exposed . He has lost the war.

  • Practical Jane

    #1 January 29, 2012 at 3:43 pm
    Pete_Bondurant commented:

    “This blog gets worse and worse by the day…”

    Worse and worse by the day…..Hopefully this is the day (RINO? DEM? SOCIALIST?) Pete jumps ship!! JUMP!! JUMP!! JUMP!!

  • Practical Jane

    We’re in Florida. The only two people being discussed here with any regularity are Gingrich and Obama. Hardly anyone ever mentions Mittens. We find it hard to believe the “polls” either.

  • KLD

    I have no doubt with Obama et al out, people will start looking at hiring—in the hopes that Obama’s policy’s will be nulled, voided and reversed.
    #10, if people don’t stop and look and Romney’s statement about his health plan and realize he’d repeal Obamacare only to replace it with his, and take a closer look at Romney, we’ll be stuck with, as they say Obama-light. An elitist who feels he is deserving of the White House simply because he is Romney.

  • GrandmaC

    ROMNEY MEDICARE FRAUD – Blood Money Video. I received this video from the Tea Party. Why is this not being aired right now? He lied during the debates when asked about Medicare. He has had dealings (fraud) through Bain and Damon.

    http://mittsbloodmoney.com/?utm_source=Blood%2BMoney%2BEmail&utm_medium=Email%2BBlast&utm_term=Blood%2BMoney&utm_campaign=Blood%2BMoney%2BMitt

  • 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

    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.]

    ==

  • myohmy

    RINOs are incensed with Newt. Newt did not play along with the RINOs in Congress and he made Bill Clinton good.

  • Practical Jane

    You know RINO Hunting is a Seasonal Sport. Remember to bag as many as possible during the elections!!

  • VanZorge

    GO NEWT!!

    pissin’ off the rino’s – i love it

  • donh

    Bane of my life …Now Damon…Mitt is going to be Damien Thorn by the end of February. ..>> http://youtu.be/dSHxtA6_g5Y

  • Tjexcite

    #8 January 29, 2012 at 4:15 pm
    Nofreelunch commented:

    Romney is Obama lite.

    Sp

    Newt is FDR lite

  • Molon Labe

    I have zero trust ion Romney. I am leery of Newt, but compared to Romney I hold my nose and pull the lever. Its like the choice between a dog bite and a shark bite.

    Romney is untrustworthy. On Fox today they ran one of his ads that is so false and full of half truths I would have expected Craig or Retarded to have been the author.

  • lucy

    there was a poll on hotair that had newt and romney in a dead heat of 2000+ likely voters. so the other polls are smaller sample. Its hard to believe the voters in FLA would vote for someone form mass. I bet its a real toss up.

  • Duke

    Media Matters and Romneybots are people too, just misguided faithless trolls posted to sow distain and corrupt conservative thought. #1 Pete had that diatribe ready to go before Jim posted this piece. After Florida Romney will declare war on the TEA Party as will all Cocktail Republicans on a movement they can’t control nor understand. RINO season is on and there is no bag limit, be it Billy Long or Lamar Smith.

  • Georga

    Jealousy, and seeing their own incompetence, are factors in the hearts and minds of the RINOs. They don’t like the fact that Newt is the opposite, a brilliant statesman who wants to do right for America.

  • Militant Conservative

    #2 on#1.

    Have faith in the one true God. He’s never late.

    Satan’s time is almost up. Obama is toast.

    Newt has the RINO elites tied in knots.

  • bg
  • bg

    ++

    Gingrich = scares the left (elite establishment)..

    Gingrich = scares the right (elite establishment)..

    Gingrich – supports the TEA Party, the TEA Party supports him..

    EXACTLY WHY THE TEA PARTY WAS FORMED = to take back our
    country & rule via a leader for the people, and by the people..

    there is much more to Gingrich than i ever knew, and i sincerely
    thank God for having been enlightened before it was too late..

    March 18, 2009

    Newt Gingrich’s American Solutions Comes to the Tea Party

    [“The American people are fed up with Washington’s irresponsible
    spending spree,” said Newt Gingrich, General Chairman of American
    Solutions. “There are better solutions than big government and higher
    taxes to create jobs and get the economy moving again.”

    “American Solutions is proud to partner with the Nationwide Tea Party
    Coalition to communicate this message to our elected officials,” Gingrich
    added.]

    yes, there is a God, and we are the people, Amen..

    ==

  • aeroguy48

    Romneys biggest contributions have come from Goldman Sachs over$500,000 just like obama in 2008, we are screwed by the Harvard educated goldmans

  • bg

    ++

    Tjexcite #20 January 29, 2012 at 6:11 pm

    re: [Newt is FDR lite]

    ROTF 😆 MBO!!

    yeah right (scroll down for much much more,
    or not, your choice, well, for now anyways)..

    ==

  • Dale

    You people should at least ask yourselves the following questions: Have I fully investigated Newt’s support for NATIONAL healthcare just like Obama? (Romney is for allowing States right to choose). Have I investigated Newt’s stance on illegal immigration, his support for Cap and Trade? The money he earned from Fannie / Freddie while they were crashing the economy and not to mention his infidelity. You should at least ask the questions so that you can make an informed decision.

  • bg

    ++

    donh #19 January 29, 2012 at 5:58 pm

    deep..

    dif this.. 🙁

    ==

  • bg

    ++

    gah re: #31 January 29, 2012 at 8:45 pm bg

    dif = dig

    bit more of much more at #44..

    ==

  • bg

    ++

    gah re: #31 January 29, 2012 at 8:45 pm bg

    Rothschilds & Rockefellers

    scroll thread/s for more .. *sig*

    ==

  • Jim you should give up on this blog and go to writing Tales From A Creep .
    You can only be classified as a serial liar or the dumbest blogger on the net.
    First it was Romney care for all states. A total false statement.
    Then it was an un-named Romney staffer saying Newts destruction was
    their objective, now you show a picture of a crowd with a fairly good
    number and say it was thousands.
    You have lost any credibility you ever had , if indeed you ever did have any.

  • bg

    ++

    Dale #30 January 29, 2012 at 8:28 pm

    Democrats OWn Fannie Mae.. not to mention
    Freddie Mac & Countrywide, and several Banks..

    scroll for more, or not, your choice..

    Gingrich does not OWn Freddie Mac

    ==

  • bg

    ++

    re: #35 January 29, 2012 at 9:11 pm bg

    re: Freddie Mac

    and here you go.. if you learn nothing from
    this, then you may have a serious problem..

    ==

  • bg

    ++

    Edward Cropper #34 January 29, 2012 at 9:09 pm

    hey there, long time no see..

    wouldn’t happen to have any links
    to back your tales up would you??

    thanks in advance..

    ==

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  • Old Fan

    Mr. Hoft has to be joking…

    The personal turn out for Newt in SC and Florida has been so underwhelming, he has had to cancel numerous events.

    For months we watched the once mighty GP sink with overt inflation of Ms. Palin, who is clearly a populist politician who lacks substance and influence. The hype then jumped from Trump, to Cain, to Bachmann, to Perry, to Gingrich, to Santorum, etc., now back to Gingrich, etc.

    It is absurd, really quite sad to see.

    Mr. Hoft, Newt Gingrich has always been for Newt Gingrich.

    Levin is someone who resorted to bald faced lies during the last Midterms when confronted with the reality over the Delaware Senate Race – he was proven completely wrong. So was Mrs. Palin.

    Biggest joke of the Primary, is trying to claim Newt Gingrich is an outsider. He is a Beltway Insider con job, completely dishonest with all.

    You are better than this…

    You are losing it.

  • bg

    ++

    Old Fan #39 January 29, 2012 at 9:51 pm

    that you buffalo butt, i mean, meat for brains?? 😆

    ==

  • bg

    watch the video of the Florida AG ( Hoft’s proof) and show me one time where she says Mitt wants Romney Care for all the states. If he is going to accuse Mitt of only wanting to destroy Newt let him name the always “convenient” unnamed source. Watch the various video shots of Newts crowds and make your own conclusion on the thousands.
    I couldn’t care less who Hofts supports . I want from him what I want from Romney, Newt or anyone else. Hard nose facts not personal uncontrolled bias.

  • Estragon

    Any promise that employment going to turn around quickly is doomed. In order to right the fiscal ship, we are going to have to throw some ballast overboard in the form of federal employees. That’s where the big savings are in non-entitlement spending. The next President will perforce be a one-termer – whether he does the right thing in insisting on the cuts, or doesn’t. Either way, unemployment will remain high and reelection unlikely.

  • Estragon

    Been coming here since the very first site, long, long ago, but an appalling lack of integrity has surfaced with the Gingrich mania.

    I’ve been around long enough to know Gingrich. I understand why we conservatives ousted him in the ’90s, and watched him stab us in the backs time and time again before and since.

    Those 300+ Republicans who served with him aren’t lining up to endorse him. They know him, too.

    Unfortunately, once you throw in with an immoral, unethical manipulator, it is hard to “un-ring” the bell.

  • ogee

    Newton is a RINO. What are you all talking about? He’s bedgraggled in his dated clothes and sickly looking too.
    Born Newton Leroy McPherson……………….70 years ago. His wife thinks it’s okay to date a married man. Newton is dead last to compete against obummer.
    Ron Paul the real conservative President 2012.
    Newton was against gays until his daughter came out.
    Is a closeted Democrat. I remember him well from the nineties don’t you?. He lies as much as obama does.
    He says when 13,000 people are living on the moon during his presidency they will be allowed to apply for being a state in USA. He’s is freakin’ bonkers. A real nut job and a classic baffoon who can’t get along with anyone. He will not do a thing about obamacare. Not a damned thing.

    So it’s not okay for Cain to have marital indescretions but it’s okay for Newton?
    I can see where this is going. He’s obama heavy.

  • ogee

    #43 January 30, 2012 at 12:02 am
    Estragon commented:
    Been coming here since the very first site, long, long ago, but an appalling lack of integrity has surfaced with the Gingrich mania.

    I’ve been around long enough to know Gingrich. I understand why we conservatives ousted him in the ’90s, and watched him stab us in the backs time and time again before and since.

    Those 300+ Republicans who served with him aren’t lining up to endorse him. They know him, too.

    Unfortunately, once you throw in with an immoral, unethical manipulator, it is hard to “un-ring” the bell

    I’m glad to see that someone understands what a vote for Newton will mean. Ditto to this poster and thanks for speaking up. Like people here have a short memory or just plain desparate. He can’t beat obummer anyway. He is so tarnished that obummer will hammer him in the general.

    Repubs KNOW how to lose elections. This poster says it all. Thanks!

  • bg

    ++

    Edward Cropper #41 January 29, 2012 at 10:15 pm

    January 26, 2012 – ht Sasja

    Video Of Newt Bashing Reagan Is Bogus

    January 26th, 2012

    Michael Reagan defends Newt Gingrich as a Reagan conservative

    January 27, 2012

    Elliott Abrams Caught Misleading on Newt

    ==

  • ogee

    3 or 4 posters here are die hards for Newton. A couple will hold their nose. The remainder will write in Ron Paul the only true conservative and honest man with a clean past. 😆
    Married to his wife for 54 years and never cheated on each other. He gave free medical to the poor and walks this talk as in ‘his belief in God’ he serves. RP can run circles around Newton and Romney in intelligence and moral character.

    By the way…….. What are Newton’s policies anyway??? No one knows? I didn’t think so.

    He says what he thinks the people want to hear and even takes some ideas from Ron Paul though he doesn’t mean a word of it since he is a liar up there with obummer and billy cliton..

    Bite me!

  • Molon Labe

    $47

    Ron Paul loves Kool Aide. So does Ogee!

  • Molon Labe

    #44

    Ogee did you coach Clinton on his jury testimony? Clearly you hold the truth in the same high regard as Clinton does.

  • Molon Labe

    The more vicious the attack the more desperate the opponent. These snakes are showing they do not deserve to hold office and that there is no difference between Obama and Romney according to Soros. He is so right.

  • bg

    ++

    Molon Labe

    too bad we’re not electing a husband huh?? /s/

    [like Marianne who bedded the wedded, not to mention boinked a few
    of her own on the side whilst they were separated for six years, and i
    could go on, but hey SHE SAID SHE HE AKSED PERMISSION TO CHEAT..

    SHE ALSO THREATENED TO BRING HIM DOWN.. hows that for “morals”. planning to demolish an honest man, i give Newt all the credit i the world for not “exposing” his ex-wife’s foibles, which i’ve a feeling are worse than his.. heh, whatever that was fiasco was supposed to prove, it failed miserably because anyone with an ounce of discernment could see right through her lies.. bottom line, it was embarrassing for all involved.. aah, what some people won’t believe in the name of politics is yet to be unearthed i suppose..

    ==

  • bg

    ++

    ogee #47 January 30, 2012 at 12:52 am

    Gingrich: I’m Going to Make Wash. Uncomfortable

    i like this list:

    1. The nation is in decline. By whatever measure – financial, economic,
    cultural, spiritual, political, we are on downhill trajectory. I understand
    that no nation has a franchise on preeminence in perpetuity but that
    doesn’t mean we shouldn’t make every conceivable effort to strive for
    it. We need a change agent supportive of American traditions and
    values who believes in American exceptionalism and can lead us back
    to greatness. Now is not the time for a “manager” whose core values
    seem uncertain.

    2. The Washington culture is broken. Divisiveness rules as never before.
    We need someone who has lived and understands the culture and can
    therefore more effectively lead in fixing it. We can not afford to grant the
    new oval office occupant a “learning curve.”

    3. We need a leader with a history of major concrete results. Gingrich
    has proven that via multiple initiatives in the ‘90’s while Speaker of the
    House. He is solutions oriented.

    4. Newt possesses broad and detailed subject matter knowledge. He
    has a deep understanding of the issues, and of history, both domestic
    and foreign. No other candidate can match it, or his ability to convert it
    to effective strategy.

    5. His debating skills are outstanding. His comments and
    retorts reflect real substance and are factual and honest.

    6. He has not been “anointed” by the establishment – a strong positive
    signal in itself. We need someone who is willing to challenge the status
    quo.

    7. He exhibits a willingness to be questioned and listen, and
    he is a practitioner of inclusiveness in getting things done.

    8. All of the above will engender serious attention and respect from
    other world leaders, something that has been sorely lacking the past
    three years.

    ==

    ==

  • bg

    ++

    ogee #47 January 30, 2012 at 12:52 am

    Gingrich: I’m Going to Make Wash. Uncomfortable

    i like this list:

    1. The nation is in decline. By whatever measure – financial, economic,
    cultural, spiritual, political, we are on downhill trajectory. I understand
    that no nation has a franchise on preeminence in perpetuity but that
    doesn’t mean we shouldn’t make every conceivable effort to strive for
    it. We need a change agent supportive of American traditions and
    values who believes in American exceptionalism and can lead us back
    to greatness. Now is not the time for a “manager” whose core values
    seem uncertain.

    2. The Washington culture is broken. Divisiveness rules as never before.
    We need someone who has lived and understands the culture and can
    therefore more effectively lead in fixing it. We can not afford to grant the
    new oval office occupant a “learning curve.”

    3. We need a leader with a history of major concrete results. Gingrich
    has proven that via multiple initiatives in the ‘90’s while Speaker of the
    House. He is solutions oriented.

    4. Newt possesses broad and detailed subject matter knowledge. He
    has a deep understanding of the issues, and of history, both domestic
    and foreign. No other candidate can match it, or his ability to convert it
    to effective strategy.

    5. His debating skills are outstanding. His comments and
    retorts reflect real substance and are factual and honest.

    6. He has not been “anointed” by the establishment – a strong positive
    signal in itself. We need someone who is willing to challenge the status
    quo.

    7. He exhibits a willingness to be questioned and listen, and
    he is a practitioner of inclusiveness in getting things done.

    8. All of the above will engender serious attention and respect from
    other world leaders, something that has been sorely lacking the past
    three years.

    ==

  • bg

    ++

    oops, sorry about the double post..

    couldn’t access the site, when i got back in didn”t see it,
    well, that is until i posted it and it popped up.. twice!! 😀

    ==

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