Skip to comments.Gingrich to Newsmax: Good Chance GOP Can Win Senate, Presidency (11-minute video interview)
Posted on 05/15/2012 5:45:59 PM PDT by BCrago66
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich tells Newsmax in an exclusive interview that Republicans have a two out of three chance of winning not only the White House in November, but the Senate and House as well.
The reason, he says: President Obama doesnt have a clue about what hes doing and Americans cant afford four more years of this disaster.
Gingrich suspended his presidential campaign on May 2 and has endorsed Mitt Romney. The veteran Georgia lawmaker was first elected to the House in 1978 and served as speaker from 1995 to 1999 before announcing his retirement.
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I agree with Newt. An across-the-board sweep of the ‘Rats is within reach. The results from last Tuesday’s elections proved this.
Don’t believe me? Rush said the same thing. Don’t doubt him!
It’s all the more important to have a conservative sweep this year given the cipher we have at the top of the ticket. If he’s going to be swayed by the politics of the moment, then we’ll have to create a conservative environment to fix the direct of his decisions.
Thanks BCrago66. From the kenyanbornmuzzie keyword:
[Zero] "doesn't have a clue about what he's doing" and Americans can't afford four more years of this "disaster."
In my opinion the best way to influence Romney is for conservatives to campaign enthusiastically for conservatism and against leftism, from the bottom of the ticket to the top. Romney now says he is a conservative. Once elected conservatives can try to hold him to this. This will be much more difficult if we have spent the six months leading up to election day trashing him and then don’t vote for him in November.
I think you’re right. For me, that means I’ll have to try to stop calling the guy “cipher” instead of Romney.
Rush is an a$$, but I do believe Newt.
A RINO majority in the Senate. Lot of good that will do us.
Bush 43 had the edge until 2007 and I wish the republicans would have accomplished and fought for more..it gets to be exhausting supporting candidates that are republican and turn on a dime in DC.
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