Skip to comments.Newt Gingrich says he's dropping out 'about' May 2 and endorsing Romney [VIDEO]
Posted on 04/29/2012 3:29:52 PM PDT by Innovative
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich told The Daily Caller in a video interview that he is dropping out of the Republican presidential race 'probably about Wednesday' May 2 and endorsing former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney.
Gingrich, alongside his wife Callista, said the GOP's message in the general election should be, "Can you afford four more years like this? Not complicated. Do you want this much unemployment, this high a gasoline price, this much deficit spending? You have a great president but if you don't want this, you better vote for somebody new."
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Romney securing the nomination pretty much is a shoe-in for Obama.
Get used to it.
You go first ;)
Conservatives are screwed again by the GOP.
Newt Gingrich says heâs dropping out âaboutâ May 2 and endorsing Romney
That’s caused by an editing program when using the apostrophe.
Please tell this “weak minded psuedo conservative” who to vote for...since the only two people in the world with a chance to win the presidency of the United States are Mitt Romney and Barack Hussein Obama.
Why the name calling?
In what sense? Romney has never found a socialist/welfare program he didn't like or wanted to cut, and he enjoys creating new ones.
Me no know.
I’m hungry though, time for dinner.
I know. I lived in Goode’s district of Virginia. He is no longer a democrat. He is more conservative than Romney. The ex Chairwoman of the Prince Edward Co. GOP went to work for Goode in the 90’s after Allen won Governor.
I was so thrilled when Virginia finally got rid of Chuckie! remember his mistress at VA Bch? he has sure been silent ..hasn’t he..all but fell off the face of the earth.
General statement. And that was weak tea.
How about explaining how voting for someone that banned guns, and approved abortion is conservative?
And why do you think I care who wins if it comes down to those two liberals?
Gee LVR, back when I was drinking, I could never tell those two apart... ;-)
Sort of like trying to differentiate the policies of the MuslimMarxist and the MassachusettsMoron both of which closely resemble what your dog deposited on the floor..
I guess that, theoretically, since I’m not “scared” into voting for Romney, then you didn’t call ME a name. Having said that there are many people who are “scared” of what a second term of BHO will do to this country. I guess you’re not one of them.
“How about explaining how voting for someone that banned guns, and approved abortion is conservative?”
I can’t explain how that is conservative and it is not my belief. However, I can explain not voting for anyone against BHO for a second term will lead to much worse than anything Romney will be able to do. If Romney wins, then more than likely, there will be decent conservative coattails in the House and Senate. If however, BHO wins, this will be diminshed and we have a better than equal chance of the current status quo...which is unacceptable.
“And why do you think I care who wins if it comes down to those two liberals?”
I don’t think you do care...I think you believe you’ll survive just fine...I trust you’re not surprised between the difference of the “two liberals”.
Obama is already a lame duck, with the Supremes smacking him down, loss of support internally...
So I'll vote and campaign for a conservative, and campaign against baby killer supports and those that want to ban guns.
Romney has less chance than Dole and McCain.
And this time, a lot of people are telling the liberal GOP to sod off. That we're not buying into the fear meme.
Voting for gridlock is a valid choice. What if you knew voting for Romney would lead to Democrats taking over Congress in 2014 and winning back the presidency in 2016? Still a good idea to vote for him?
If we are truly durned if we do and durned if we don't it might be time to change the decision making paradigm. Option three might be getting dangerously close to our only chance(See Declaration of Independence, 2nd Amendment, and Civil Disobedience.)
So you truly believe someone besides Romney or Obama has a realistic chance to be elected president this year?
We're just arguing about how we're going to vote. I haven't seen one Freeper say they're not going to check the box for Republican in the House/Senate. So if those coattails happen it won't be because of Freepers. So you're talking to the wrong audience.
What does that have to do with voting my principles?