Skip to comments.Open letter to O`newt (and a reply from Reddy Kil O'watt)
Posted on 01/12/2012 5:27:57 AM PST by weldAllday
Open letter to O`newt Mr. Gingrich you had my vote . Right up to your jumping the shark moment.
Okay before I get flamed for posting a blatant vanity here. Understand that this was therapy for me I had to get that off my chest. Last couple days every time i hear O`newt speak i get pissed. Now I feel better :)
zot this romney lover
I didn’t understand your point.
Please stop drinking....
“At least with mitt we will know what we are getting”
This is false.
Mitt is a Republican with firmly entrenched leftist tendencies.
Mitt Romney—firmly entrenched leftist tendencies.
Well said. Newt has always been caring about Newt. His temper tantrums now are jsut more of what has always been visible to me.
So I guess all of the Mitties that were keeping quiet now think FR is safe for them to pump their RINO in the open?
Its a shame you aren’t allowed to self delete or edit posts here on FR.. for your sake.
This is a zot-worthy VANITY, it ain’t “News”, Sparkplug.
What was the jump-the-shark moment. I saw no quotes in your post.
Mayne Newt thought he could get away with after he skated on immigration.
Romney IS Obama, Romney DEFENDS Obama.
Romney is a PROVEN BAD Governor.
Is that enough for you?
"As U.S. real output grew 13 percent between 2002 and 2006, Massachusetts trailed at 9 percent.
* Manufacturing employment fell 7 percent nationwide those years, but sank 14 percent under Romney, placing Massachusetts 48th among the states.
* Between fall 2003 and autumn 2006, U.S. job growth averaged 5.4 percent, nearly three times Massachusetts' anemic 1.9 percent pace.
* While 8 million Americans over age 16 found work between 2002 and 2006, the number of employed Massachusetts residents actually declined by 8,500 during those years.
"Massachusetts was the only state to have failed to post any gain in its pool of employed residents," professors Sum and McLaughlin concluded.
In an April 2003 meeting with the Massachusetts congressional delegation in Washington, Romney failed to endorse President Bush's $726 billion tax-cut proposal."
[Cato Institute annual Fiscal Policy Report Card - America's Governors, 2004.]
Yeah, your arse zotted into next week.
High voltage therapy is on the way.
—every time i hear O`newt speak i get pissed—
I have the same reaction when I hear Obama or Romney speak.
I’m no fan of Newt either, but there is less bile involved when I hear him speak. I remember a certain comment he made while sitting on the sofa with Nan.
Really??? NO MITT for me, EVER.
I feel the same way. Newt made a fool of himself this morning on F&F but even leading up to it, his attacks on Romney REALLY show his colors. Same for Perry. I guess we should all thank God we see it clearly now and then push hard for Santorum. He’s our last, best hope.
This account has been banned or suspended.
What is “zot”?
Never heard of you O’troll.
ZOT went the weasel.
—At least with mitt we will know what we are getting.—
Is that sarcasm? That is the main problem with Mitt, assuming you are talking about what he says. If you are talking about what he DOES and comparing that to Newt, then Mittens comes out even worse.
I missed it again.... crap
So you don’t think that Romney should have to explain his lies about his “business experience,” his reliance on a government bailout for assistance in one case, and his lies about “creating employment?”
But I guess asking Romney to explain or be honest about anything constitutes an unforgivable sin among the GOP elites.
Get over it; and support the man who can restore America and who can recognize and deal with it's enemies. (Something Mitt; ill prepared to do. (He cannot even call Obama a 'socialist'(or worse; as the case may be) for fear of offense.)
Wake up; Mitt Repubs; to the Brer Rabbit offense/defense; going on by GOP.
After Iowa anything—ANYTHING AT ALL—Newt says is OK by me.
Actions by RINORomney were simply inexcusable.
As South Carolina draws near, the left can’t help themselves.
They are determined to stop Gingrich.
Think about that for a minute—the left is rabidly opposed to Newt Gingrich.
For a man like Mutt, Conservatism is just political strategy.
Mutt's has no core principles and values other than to say & do whatever he thinks will get him elected.
Say hello to my buddy Pissant!
Good shot!!!! LOL
Well, I’m sure you knew you would get scorched when you seemed to support Romney, so hopefully you had donned your asbestos suit before you hit “Post.” Sorry for the personal attacks against you. Don’t really like to see that sort of thing on FR. But, I guess they’re allowed. So, it is what it is.
As to Newt, I agree with you to the extent that he went way beyond the pale in his attacks on Romney’s venture capitalism. In so doing, he once again revealed the smarmy, self-aggrandizing side of himself that makes many of us flinch.
Still, I would still much prefer either Mitt or Newt (or for that matter, Satan) to Obama. So, I hope our Repubs don’t destroy each other in quests for power.
There is a huge difference between Romney and Obama...
Under RomneyCare, abortions cost $50.
Under ObamaCare, killing your baby is free.
And that distinction is sad. Especially since some “FReepers” support Romney.
Was this you “this is my brain on drugs” moment? Scary. Oh well, now you are viking kitty chow. I hope it was worth it.
Romney is Obama-lite. I’ll take Newt any day.
If you are going to waste our time with a vanity you could, at least, point out when Newt jumped the shark.
As I understand it, it's not the venture capital aspect of Bain Newt aimed at, but the abuses (all perfectly legal, of course . . . maybe) of the private equity aspect.
To take for granted that anything that can have the "capitalism" label slapped on it is good is just as stupid and knee-jerk an assumption as the popular media theme that business = bad and profit (unless taken by a Dem) is pure greed.
How you liking Newt Gingrich now buddy? That just happened.
I had the same sentiments about Perry. I have not decided to write in Palin or West.
Good points. And while i have not problem with turning ethical dilemmas into political debates, i fear that unless it is done carefully, it opens the door into turning both into government dictates. And I would much rather try to fend off private sector greed than public sector tyranny.
Santorum went way up in my ranking when he refused to join Newt and Perry in the left-wing, populist rant against Bain Capital.
And exactly what “abuses” of Bain Capital's PE business line did Newt have in mind? Please don't trot out the GSI Steel case. That company was failing under the weight of high-wage union contracts and bad management. Those jobs were going away in any case; Bain Capital was just the messenger of the bad news, not the cause of it.