Skip to comments.Gingrich Vows Long Fight and Gets Cainís Backing
Posted on 01/29/2012 12:31:48 PM PST by rdb3
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. Despite signs that he could lose the important Florida primary on Tuesday, Newt Gingrich, who picked up the endorsement of a former opponent, Herman Cain, pledged Saturday to stay in the nominating race until the very end, telling reporters he would press on until the Republican convention in Tampa in August.
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25 years ago, we had Ronald Reagan, Johnny Cash, and Bob Hope.
If you can't appreciate the pure beauty of the violin after hearing this, something's wrong with your ears.
Or you can get raw with these strings.
How about this gamechanger from America's Got Talent (which they SHOULD have won).
And finally, this, dedicated to the one and only rdb2, whose eyes are growing dim.
Either way, the violin is sweet yet LETHAL.
Perhaps neither Newt nor Mittens will be able to win a majority of the delegates.
I hope this is not a case of “takes one to know one.” Newt’s capable of sweet talking Herman Cain into thinking that “like Herman, he was falsely accused” by all the women volunteers he sweet talked out of their clothing.
I think Mr Cain made a major mistake doing this.
I think ANYONE would be well advised to wait until closer to the RNC Convention to declare support for a candidate. There’s a LOT of trash that hasn’t been sorted through yet.
I lived in Georgia for 18 years ... Georgia didn’t support Newt after the ETHICS VIOLATION for a reason. He still doesn’t think he did anything ‘wrong’ ... he continued doing the same type of behaviors after he was KICKED OUT of the House.
Mewt Ringrich and Nitt Gomney supporters ... all I can do is ask you to either wait a while to commit or be willing to change your mind if you commit early.
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