Skip to comments.NEWT GINGRICH LETS LOOSE ON FOX 'N FRIENDS! (VIDEO)
Posted on 03/05/2012 12:22:52 PM PST by onyx
He says he's well ahead in Georgia! Come on Georgia!!!
Newt Gingrich hints he plans to re-fight old primaries and caucuses at the county convention level, campaigning for delegates that are not legally required to vote for the candidate selected in the popular vote and he blasts Romney, and also says he will challenge Romney and his rivals to another debate to be held in either Alabama or Mississippi.
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Did you notice how the debates have completely ceased? That doesn’t have anything to do with how Newt’s gains all came from his great performances in debates, could it?
We so pray!
Your words are pure gold.
He’s closed quickly. Tomorrow will be a big day for him!
They will all refuse. Of course.
Newt was just on Hannity and said he like a debate before next week’s primaries in Alabama and Mississippi on jobs and the economy.
Hannity offered to do it.
He’s going to be fighting in CA to win.
God be with him!
I’ll agree with that. I made a similar statement last night. Newt can slow the train down and potentially stop it.
If it does crash due to congress, Newt and only Newt is the one who will restore the Republic. There is no way Romney or Santorum have the stones to do that.
God be with him.
We need Commander-in-Chief Gingrich!
Which candidate do you think Bibi Netanyahu would prefer?
LOL. Hannity offered!
I’m in Mississippi!
“Hannity offered to do it.”
That would be awesome! The question is why can’t we do this for more of our debates instead of having MSM moderators steer the debate to protect Obama, and get Republicans to fight?
The race goes on!
Does anyone here on FR have a delegate count going per candidate and tally as the state primaries are held? Sure like to see a running count.
I know the delegates here in Florida may be awarded proportional in the end, so the FL delegates are not secure in Romney's total.
The cowards all refused to attend the CNN debate in Georgia, so CNN had to cancel that one.
This primary is all about stopping Newt Gingrich!
Notice that his two very popular, conservative, patriot, former rivals have both endorsed him! Governor Rick Perry and Herman Cain!
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I admire Barbara Bush. Although I understand her comment about not liking the “nastyness” “in-fighting” in the campaign, I wonder if she realizes that Mitt Romney was the first one to begin the “nastyness” which resulted in the “in-fighting”.
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