Skip to comments.Newt Gingrich Wants Freddie Mac Records Released Before Florida Primary (Take That Willard!)
Posted on 01/23/2012 8:12:37 AM PST by C19fan
In response to lobbying accusations from his opponents Newt Gingrich told me it would be "very helpful" if his former company, Center for Health Transformation, released the consulting contract he had with mortgage giant Freddie Mac before the Florida primary on January 31. "I think it would be very helpful and our attorneys are talking with the company. You know I left the company so, it's their decision and Nancy Desmond, the president of the company, has to make the decision. But I'd be very comfortable releasing them," he said.
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Newt is a pig.
Love it! bttt
Now tell me who the better, smarter is.....no contest.
Drudge is getting ridiculous. I quit using him as my homepage. All the momentum moving for Newt and he headlines “Mitt Fire”????
That very statement says, "Nothing to hide", and should on its own shut down the questioning.
Unless he's good at bluffing...
“Now tell me who the better, smarter is.....no contest.”
Meant to say “Now tell me who the better, smarter FIGHTER is.....no contest.”
I understand that you do not like Newt. He is a heavy man, but a pig, that seems harsh.
Really? As opposed to you, since you are obviously “perfect”??
—Newt is a pig.—
Did you mean to post that on this thread. I don’t understand where this particular OP would garner such a response.
Or am I missing something?
To play devil’s advocate for just a sec, it is always possible that Newt would rather they not be released, but since he “knows” that the company will refuse to release them, he can say “I’d love to see them released.”
Not saying that is going on here. Just saying I study politics with eyes wide open. And to be clear, Newt is my choice from those still running.
Newt Surges to Lead in Fla., Romney Trails by 8 Points
Sunday, January 22, 2012 11:13 PM
Newt Gingrich has surged to a significant lead over Mitt Romney in Florida, now leading the former front-runner by 8 points, according to a new poll by InsiderAdvantage of likely Republican primary voters completed Sunday night.
The InsiderAdvantage poll of of 557 registered Republican voters is one of the first polls taken in Florida in the aftermath of the former House speaker’s double-digit win in the South Carolina primary Saturday.
The poll results follow:
Gingrich: 34 percent
Romney: 26 percent
Ron Paul: 13 percent
Rick Santorum: 11 percent
Other: 2 percent
No opinion: 14 percent
The InsiderAdvantage poll was the first major survey last week to show the significant surge for Gingrich in South Carolina.
IBTZ, The Viking kitties are coming.
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