More importantly, evangelicals are now wt Newt-- which bodes well for the conservative state primaries May.
In NC, there's a defense of marriage proposal on the ballot, and Romney, moving left, has pandered to the gay community.
And, with quisling Rubio in tow, Romney is etch-o-sketching his primary lies as to immigration.
Newt can have an excellent May adventure- if he can withstand the pressure to withdraw.
I'm in, til Newt's out.
We in Texas are screwed again by the Kenyan imposter's Department of Injustice. Our primary is May 29 due to bungling by the State GOP party apparatus and Redistricting Federal Court battles instigated by the democraps and race mongers.
Seems the state GOP Party is as incompetent and clueless as the National GOP Party
Me, too. Support Romney? If he wins the nomination, I may go there. But for now, the last thing I want is having to choose between Romney and Obama.
2008 Republican Party Primary Election
RACE NAME PARTY CANVASS VOTES PERCENT President/Vice-President Hugh Cort REP 728 0.05% Rudy Giuliani REP 6,038 0.44% Mike Huckabee REP 518,002 38.02% Duncan Hunter REP 8,222 0.60% Alan Keyes REP 8,260 0.60% John McCain REP 697,767 51.21% Ron Paul REP 66,360 4.87% Mitt Romney REP 27,264 2.00% Fred Thompson REP 11,503 0.84% Hoa Tran REP 604 0.04% Uncommitted REP 17,574 1.29% ----------- Race Total 1,362,322
You realize that this poll is nothing but bad news for Gingrich. I can’t believe someone blogged this and you posted it as if it were something good for Newt. PPP hasn’t polled Texas since January. In what may well be their final poll here, Willard is actually winning Texas by 10 points and winning the Tea Party vote in Texas by 44-38. Not long ago virtually no one thought Romney could even win a primary in Texas if he had any competition, and now he is beating Newt (who is supposed to be strongest in the South) here. Further, the last time this firm (Democratic firm PPP) polled Texas, Romney had 44/44 favorable/unfavorable - now his favorability is +43% at 66/23.
He is Obiwan Kenobi, our last hope. May The Force be with him.
Newt is to republican voters what Kay Bailey was - insider. She has retired...before a second defeat. I liked her she is good on foreign policy and many conservative ideas - but she is a big spender too.
“Newt can have an excellent May adventure- if he can withstand the pressure to withdraw.”
At daybreak tomorrow, I’m gonna sit out on my porch with my .22 rifle and start pickin’ off crow for a very big FR bbq.
Now, I don’t yet know who all will be eatin’ ‘em, but one thing is certain, it’s gonna take a lot of crow to have enough to go around. ;>)
I’ve never eaten crow... I keep thinking that if they were any good to eat, you would be able to buy them at Safeway or Walmart. Heck, you might even need a special license to shoot ‘em.
When I was 10 years old, a neighbor boy, Hanky, told me that his dad made him shoot robins. Hanky said his family eat ‘em. Hanky had bright red hair, and because I had never before seen a redhead, I thought he was kinda weird anyway. I wonder if Hanky still eats robins and if he doesn’t, would he still have that bright red hair?
Well, if anyone would prefer I shoot a few robins, you should speak up now.
I don’t mind shootin’ crows, but I sure hope I don’t get stuck eating any of ‘em.
GO NEWT GO.......
MY State gets a say, and I will tell you now
TEXAS doesn’t want that SOB Romney!
Well, whether Newt stays in the race or not, I’ll be voting for him here in TX, as long as he is on the ballot. Every freeper vote for Newt to hold Romney’s feet to the conservative fire. Unless somebody can give me a good reason not to.
I’m in Texas & I’m planning to vote for Newt if he can hold out til then. If not, I’ll vote for Ron Paul or leave it blank rather than vote for Mitt.
To my fellow Texans: have y’all got your voter id cards in the mail yet? I’m getting antsy for mine. For a while the harrisvotes website said they were delayed due to the redistricting, but it didn’t say that when I checked today.
I live in Texas and will be voting for Newt. But I’ll bet ya anything you want that Mitt wins.
"I think you have to be honest at some point about what's happening in the real world as opposed to what you'd have like to have happened," Gingrich said......today.