Only Gingrich could make Romney look good! THE REAL NEWT!
It's impossible to fathom that so called conservatives could EVER consider Newt Gingrich for any office! He is the rights Barak Obama...a Community Organizer...never had a job that wasn't government or funded by the taxpayers for one of his many 'non profit's'. One would think that being forced to resign his seat in congress by his own party would be enough to wake them up!
We criticized Clinton and Obama as children of dysfunctional families and Newt is just another 'lost little boy', incapable of being a responsible adult.
Newt Gingrich was born on June 17, 1943, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. His mother Kathleen Daugherty and father Newton Searles McPherson divorced soon after Newt was born. Kathleen remarried to an Army officer named Robert Gingrich, who adopted the boy. Gingrich has three younger half-sisters, Candace, Susan, and Roberta.
Growing up, Gingrich's family moved around frequently, like many military families. He graduated from Baker High School in Columbus, GeorgiaGail Sheehy explains in a Vanity Fair article:
From the cauldron of his childhood -- the father who abandoned him, the manic depressive mother who loved him too much, the stepfather whose anger shaped the family -- Newt Gingrich emerged with a heroic need that became his mission.
Gingrich remarks about his stepfather, "He and I fought from the time he adopted me until I was 19. " His childhood --shaped by the rejection by not just one but two fathers, and the manic-depressive illness of his mother-- created a psychic need so great that only the praise that attends a savior can fill the vacuum inside him. He drives himself monomaniacally, obsessed only with his goal. No amount of personal deprivation --100-hour workweeks, no vacations, no time with his wife-- diminishes his narcissistic vision of the global glory that will ultimately be his prize.
Despite the fact that one of Newt Gingrich's forebears fought in the Civil War on the Yankee side, everyone thinks that the Georgia congressman is a dyed-in-the-wool son of a Dixie. He is not. He is rootless, raised on a drifting landscape of army bases here and abroad and in a blue-collar backwater in Pennsylvania called Hummelstown. (rootless...sounds like Obama to me!)
As the Speaker himself said, "I found a way to immerse my insecurities in a cause large enough to justify whatever I wanted it to."
"Newtie is still a kid," admits Kit. Marcella McPherson agrees: "Newtie wants things Newtie's way...If he wants something, he wants it now. Newtie was always for Newtie."
Gingrich pursued higher education, receiving an M.A. in 1968 and a Ph.D. in modern European history from Tulane University in 1971. While in New Orleans, Gingrich developed an interest in religion, and was baptized in a Baptist church. Gingrich worked early on in academia, as an assistant professor of history and geography at West Georgia College.
Always interested in history and politics, Gingrich got involved as the Southern regional director for Nelson Rockefeller."Looking back on everything, Newt was always focused on his agenda," recalls Dot Crews, Newt's campaign scheduler through the 70s. "It was not about political philosophy with Newt --never. If the country today were to move to the left, Newt would sense it before it started happening and lead the way."
In 1974 he gave a quote to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution which was clearly meant for the history books: "[My ambition] is to be an old-time political boss in 20 years."
One of Newt's former girlfriends has this to say:
He met her back at her modest hotel room. "We had oral sex," she says. "He prefers that modus operandi because then he can say, "I never slept with her." Indeed, before Gingrich left that evening, she says, he threatened her: "If you ever tell anybody about this, I'll say you're lying."(Shades of Bill Clinton!)
She tells me this, she says, because she fears that Newt might become president someday. "I don't claim to be an angel," she says, but she is repelled by Newt's stance as Mr. Family Values. "He's morally dishonest. He has gone too far believing that 'I'm beyond the law.' He should be stopped before it's too late." [snip]
Not everyone’s buying Gingrich’s anti-Agenda 21 cred
Gingrich voted to designate 68 million acres of land in Alaska as a “federally protected wilderness.” He also says that Gingrich transfered 2.2 million acres in Idaho to “federal wilderness land control” —
In a town hall meeting sponsored by East Orlando Tea Party in Orlando this past September, Gingrich described his efforts to fight Agenda 21 if he were elected president.
For all the mocking and insults some good conservative 'Christians ' have thrown at Michelle Obama, it would be interesting to see their reaction to the left making fun of a first lady Callista Gingrich! I mean, get real....this is one homely woman! Just shows how bad Newt's judgment is!
Rudy Giuliani: "What the hell are you Doing, Newt?"
AND in the "PUT IT TO REST" category.....
Yesterday on the Sean Hannity Show, Frank Luntz tried to present the facts to Sean, but he just ignored it! GoP faithful refuse to allow any idea of a 3rd party (let's get real...we have only ONE big government party and MOST of us have NO representation!)
Getting the 1992/1996 elections right: ROSS PEROT DID NOT CHANGE THE OUTCOMES"It is denying history, and being self-delusional. It is a sad attempt to discredit why we even got back to the White House after years of losing in landslides. It is also a self serving smear, to deny the fact that reforming welfare and cutting crime DID help us come back, and Clinton absolutely had potential to get a majority in a two way race. it also ignores MANY facts and actual imperical evidence, something the Perot myth completely IGNORES."
Before Ross Perot dropped out of the 1992 race, George Bush Sr. polled in the 30's, http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.ht ml?res=9E0CE7DB133EF932A25755C0A96495826 0 When Perot left the race, Bill Clinton took the lead, with over 50 percent, as Bush stayed in the 30's http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.ht ml?res=9E0CE0D7133DF93BA25754C0A96495826 0 and Bill Clinton kept that lead consistently, thru the GOP Convention http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.ht ml?res=9E0CE5DF113FF935A1575BC0A96495826 0& and Bush stayed in the upper 30's and early 40's, where he ended up essentially in the final tally. Now, many times, we look to the post Labor Day polls. Let us look at one http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.ht ml?res=9E0CE0DC1F3EF936A2575AC0A96495826 0 and
Among 741 registered voters interviewed Wednesday through Sunday, Governor Clinton was the choice of 54 percent and President Bush 38 percent when asked who would get their vote if the election were held now.MORE
Repeat after me: Ross Perot didn't cost George H.W. Bush the election~~~~~~~~~~~~~
AND Another one bites the dust!
If ya can't beat 'em, just shut 'em up! In some 'conservative' (lmao!) circles any support for Ron Paul or Mitt Romney, well, let's face it, anyone but NEWT, will get you GONE!
Well, fact is, there are only two logical candidates left to look at...Paul & Romney! Our friend, says it well below, before he was banished.