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Newt Waiting To Be Called
Jeff Gannon - A Voice of the New Media ^ | 11/15/2006 | Jeff Gannon

Posted on 11/15/2006 8:39:52 AM PST by ConservativeMajority

Now that the 2006 midterm elections have almost all been decided, political observers are turning their attention toward the presidential sweepstakes in 2008. It will be the first race since 1952 that doesn’t have an incumbent president seeking re-election or vice-president looking for a promotion, leaving the field in both parties wide open. Hillary Clinton, John Edwards and John Kerry top the list of about a dozen Democrats considering a White House run and Mitt Romney, John McCain and Rudy Giuliani are the names most frequently talked about for the Republican nomination.

With the official end of the 1994 Republican Revolution coming just a week ago, some have been openly wondering if the architect of the Contract With America will return to the political stage to once again lead the conservative movement with a bid for the White House. After attending an event with Newt Gingrich last night, it appears that the former House Speaker is not running for president - he’s waiting to be asked to serve.

Gingrich was interviewed by a restrained Chris Matthews and revealed the depth and breadth of his knowledge of American history. Gingrich, once a college professor, lectured the audience about how leaders like George Washington, Abraham Lincoln and Franklin Roosevelt might deal with today’s problems and political environment. Woven into his responses to the over-matched talk show host, was an unmistakable affirmation of conservative principles that were abandoned by the Republican Congressional leadership just deposed.

More striking was Gingrich’s outlook for the upcoming presidential campaigns. He suggested that the current lack of effective leadership in both parties is the result of negative campaigns that appeal to the lowest common denominator. Gingrich believes that real leaders will emerge when “things get bad enough” for Americans to stop responding to the politics of personal destruction and seek candidates with a strong, defined, inspirational message. The underlying premise is that those who seek power will be turned aside in favor of someone who seeks to lead a nation.

It is clear that Gingrich believes he is such a man, as do I. He’s not running for anything, but it seems that he is waiting for his country to call.


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To: Cobra64
I had premarital sex before I got married.

Postmarital sex is much easier to avoid.... :-)

101 posted on 11/15/2006 11:28:27 AM PST by BlueMondaySkipper (The quickest way of ending a war is to lose it. - George Orwell)
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To: Just A Nobody
...This was a more modest proposal. The 21st Century Health Information Act would replace paperwork with confidential, electronic health information networks designed to save lives and money by eliminating medical errors...
A broken watch is right twice a day.
A short story by BufordP.

A Freeper and a statist were standing on a corner waiting to cross the street. In the distance a clock tower chimed 6 bells. The statist, looking at his watch said, "Right on time. It's 6 o'clock."

The Freeper said, "No it isn't, you Nazi brownshirt!"

The End.


102 posted on 11/15/2006 11:37:15 AM PST by BufordP ("Every morning I start my day with juice, toast, and a big bowl of Baby Crunch!" -- Michael J. Fox)
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To: ConservativeMajority


Buy the book. Make up your own minds.

For me, he makes sense as a pragmatic visionary (my coinage).

Few can articulate our arguments as clearly.

You have to win the argument first to win the votes.


103 posted on 11/15/2006 11:42:15 AM PST by OESY
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To: ConservativeMajority

Ugh...that's the last thing we need. If he runs, I won't vote for him. We need to stop trying to recycle old leaders. Look for new ones.


104 posted on 11/15/2006 11:46:10 AM PST by ilovew (Rummy...the best Secretary of Defense ever.)
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To: BufordP

NUETRALIZE NEWT! NUETRALIZE NEWT! NUETRALIZE NEWT!

Newtie blinked when he had Billy Jeff by the gonads. He ended snatching defeat from victory. Sort of like declaring Tet'68 a victory for Charlie and Ho when they were scared to death we were going to march on Hanoi.


105 posted on 11/15/2006 11:48:01 AM PST by Jimmy Valentine's brother (HOOAH! It's an Army thing.)
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To: BlueMondaySkipper
Exactly what "baggage" does he have that precludes him from getting elected?

He has an R for party affiliation. All the Democratic-inspired ethics charges during his Speakership coupled with his marriage(s) would be MSM headlines.

Allen lost on "macaca"....imagine what the MSM would do to Newt.

106 posted on 11/15/2006 11:49:11 AM PST by GoldCountryRedneck ("Idiocy - Never under estimate the power of stupid people in large numbers" - despair.com)
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To: ConservativeMajority

Wait to be asked? What does he want an engraved invitation? That is arrogant to the highest extreme. He has a messy personal life. Stay away...you won't be asked.


107 posted on 11/15/2006 11:52:26 AM PST by napscoordinator
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To: ConservativeMajority

Wait to be asked? What does he want an engraved invitation? That is arrogant to the highest extreme. He has a messy personal life. Stay away...you won't be asked.


108 posted on 11/15/2006 11:52:31 AM PST by napscoordinator
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To: ilovew
We need to stop trying to recycle old leaders. Look for new ones.

Good point. You got us there.

13th Secretary of Defense under President Ford from 1975 to 1977.

21st Secretary of Defense under President George W. Bush from 2001 to 2006.

109 posted on 11/15/2006 11:53:36 AM PST by BufordP ("Every morning I start my day with juice, toast, and a big bowl of Baby Crunch!" -- Michael J. Fox)
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To: BufordP

Rummy's not running the Republican party, silly. Completely different issue. Newt had his chance and he didn't succeed in the end. Rummy had his chance before and did. His boss didn't.


110 posted on 11/15/2006 11:55:40 AM PST by ilovew (Rummy...the best Secretary of Defense ever.)
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To: Cobra64

What kind of remark is that?


111 posted on 11/15/2006 12:04:01 PM PST by HarleyLady27 (My ? to libs: "Do they ever shut up on your planet?" "Grow your own DOPE: Plant a LIB!")
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To: tiger-one

Did I say that??? NO...what I said was I wouldn't vote for Newt....plaine and simple...got it?


112 posted on 11/15/2006 12:05:00 PM PST by HarleyLady27 (My ? to libs: "Do they ever shut up on your planet?" "Grow your own DOPE: Plant a LIB!")
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To: BufordP
Whether or not you believe Newt can win, he belongs in the race.

What, are you nuts!? Newt talks like a conservative, but his actions aren't too convincing.

No more wimps (as candidates or in office) on the (R) tickets.

Or are you thinking he would be a scarecrow and would draw the fire away from a real candidate?

Either way, I hope you'll enjoy all the attention from Freepers incensed by your comment.

:-)

113 posted on 11/15/2006 12:05:09 PM PST by tgslTakoma
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To: Blogger

In politics, nobody moves on. Heck, the Dims are still whining about what Bush did or didn't do in the National Guard over 35 years ago.


114 posted on 11/15/2006 12:08:29 PM PST by Democratshavenobrains
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To: ilovew; Jimmy Valentine's brother; Just A Nobody
After 40 years Newt (and Ronaldus Maximus) brought the Republican Party out of the wilderness. You'd be hardpressed to name any individuals who have done more for the GOP. If not for those two we wouldn't be belly-aching about losing the majority right now because we would never have had it in the first place.

I'd like to think the Republicans have a fairly decent bunch of candidates to field in '08 - Newt, Mitt, Bill Owen (Colorado Governor), Haley Barbour(?), Huckabee(?), Jeb Bush(?). Even Guliani and McCain are better than any the Democrats have to offer. I haven't bet my chips on any single candidate yet. Owen is my personal favorite but it's too soon to say before any of them have thrown their hat into the ring.

But here on FreeRepublic.com we'll be sure to eat our own before most have had a chance to make their case.

115 posted on 11/15/2006 12:12:47 PM PST by BufordP ("Every morning I start my day with juice, toast, and a big bowl of Baby Crunch!" -- Michael J. Fox)
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To: tgslTakoma

Ping to my 115.


116 posted on 11/15/2006 12:15:12 PM PST by BufordP ("Every morning I start my day with juice, toast, and a big bowl of Baby Crunch!" -- Michael J. Fox)
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To: BufordP; Just A Nobody

**But here on FreeRepublic.com we'll be sure to eat our own before most have had a chance to make their case.**

Because YOU'VE certainly never done that. Noooo...Buford always listens to people and doesn't ever try to shut people down before they make their case. *rolling my eyes*


117 posted on 11/15/2006 12:18:16 PM PST by ilovew (Rummy...the best Secretary of Defense ever.)
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To: BufordP
Bill Owens (has a prez look about him)


118 posted on 11/15/2006 12:22:22 PM PST by txhurl (We had to destroy the party in order to save it)
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To: A.J.Armitage
Stop being a heretic and we'll forgive you.

They condemned Christ under the same charge. I'll take it with the same honor.

119 posted on 11/15/2006 12:39:22 PM PST by DanielLongo (Don't tread on me)
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To: GoldCountryRedneck
He has an R for party affiliation. All the Democratic-inspired ethics charges during his Speakership coupled with his marriage(s) would be MSM headlines. Allen lost on "macaca"....imagine what the MSM would do to Newt.

This tactic of the DBM only succeeds because the Pubs surrender. My plan is to call ALL of them out. Know your enemy and their weaknesses, know the DBM and it's weaknesses. When your "baggage" is put on display, make sure theirs is sitting next to it. When they mention you divorcing your wife, you mention their drowning of their girlfriend. When they tie you to a lobbyist, you tie them to communist China. If you have the b@lls to fight back they will cease fire. Acquiescing to their attacks only makes them bolder.

120 posted on 11/15/2006 12:39:56 PM PST by BlueMondaySkipper (The quickest way of ending a war is to lose it. - George Orwell)
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To: Marysecretary

You are right. My aim was a little too broad. However, read post #85 to me and it explains what I was trying to convey.
My appologies.


121 posted on 11/15/2006 12:41:04 PM PST by DanielLongo (Don't tread on me)
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To: gidget7

If what you say is true, then I am with you. Being a member of his Church doesn't guarantee my vote either. :)


122 posted on 11/15/2006 12:42:28 PM PST by DanielLongo (Don't tread on me)
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To: HarleyLady27
As far as I am concerned: he can sit by the phone the rest of his life before I'd call him....he's dirty.....

So you judged him "unclean"? How much does he have to pay for his life? He lost almost everything! He lost his position (Clinton operative exposed him). He lost his reputation.

He spent years rehabbing himself. Worked for several years to repay. He believes in America. He believes in people. He is definitely not like Teddy Kennedy or of that ilk.

Does forgiveness mean anything to you?

123 posted on 11/15/2006 12:50:00 PM PST by Sen Jack S. Fogbound (You have a Republic, if you can keep it! -- Ben Franklin)
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To: BlueMondaySkipper
This tactic of the DBM only succeeds because the Pubs surrender. My plan is to call ALL of them out. Know your enemy and their weaknesses, know the DBM and it's weaknesses.

When your "baggage" is put on display, make sure theirs is sitting next to it. When they mention you divorcing your wife, you mention their drowning of their girlfriend. When they tie you to a lobbyist, you tie them to communist China. If you have the b@lls to fight back they will cease fire. Acquiescing to their attacks only makes them bolder.

BRAVO!

124 posted on 11/15/2006 12:54:36 PM PST by txhurl (We had to destroy the party in order to save it)
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To: geezerwheezer
you feel free to support Newt, but understand that a lot of folks (such as myself) think he would do well to be an adviser, not a candidate for the nomination for President

Unless I recently suffered a sharp blow to the head, that's pretty much what I said in the message to which you replied.

125 posted on 11/15/2006 12:55:06 PM PST by ReignOfError
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To: BlueMondaySkipper
When your "baggage" is put on display, make sure theirs is sitting next to it.

The "baggage" then becomes the focus and baggage vs. baggage, as we found out, results in our loss.

The MSM provides more amplification to their side, afterall.

So rather than give the opposition a built-in weapon (i.e., Newts baggage) why not see if a less-complex candidate (i.e., less or no baggage) emerges, but use Newt-the-street-fighter as the coach?

JMO

126 posted on 11/15/2006 12:56:58 PM PST by GoldCountryRedneck ("Idiocy - Never under estimate the power of stupid people in large numbers" - despair.com)
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To: Sen Jack S. Fogbound

You know, you sound like a democrat....its ok to do whatever, cheat on your wife, cheat on your husband, steal, lie, whatever you want to do, and you'll be forgiven....do you possibly think that this crap mentality started with the dirty klintons???? Yes I think it did....

Do I want to be grouped with them??? NO NO NO NO NO NO....

Now that you understand that part...hummmmmm....here's another part for you to try to understand....

IF and ONLY IF you make an HONEST mistake, then maybe you should be forgiven, BUT he didn't make an HONEST mistake did he???? NO NO NO NO NO NO NO....ask his x-wife what 'honest mistake' he made....

NO NO NO NO NO NO I won't forgive someone that will be representing me in office, just ask Rep. Don Sherwood, of PA. what happened to him with his 'honest mistake' he isn't in office anymore is he?????

You want a bj klinton, then fine, more power to you, idolize the slime ball, but not I.....!!!


127 posted on 11/15/2006 1:02:35 PM PST by HarleyLady27 (My ? to libs: "Do they ever shut up on your planet?" "Grow your own DOPE: Plant a LIB!")
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To: DanielLongo
They condemned Christ under the same charge. I'll take it with the same honor.

Oh? And were those Paul pronounced accursed honored? Were those John said should not receive even a greeting honored?

128 posted on 11/15/2006 1:03:52 PM PST by A.J.Armitage (http://calvinist-libertarians.blogspot.com/)
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To: ConservativeMajority
Gingrich believes that real leaders will emerge when “things get bad enough” for Americans ...

I think Newt is the most qualified candidate but the dems and the MSM would trash him and he would not able to defend himself. Newt tries to respond to scurrilous attacks intellectually, and that never works.

129 posted on 11/15/2006 1:05:33 PM PST by oldbrowser (The liberal media has effectively taken away our "Freedom of the Press".)
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To: Kellis91789

It's because she's a 'Rat, and no one in the 'Rat party cares about that kind of stuff. Republicans, on the other hand, have the more conscientious folks who care about family values, and Newt would go over with them like a wet dish rag. It's a real difference in philosophies and ideologies, and the fact is that our candidates have to live to higher standards than the 'Rats to get elected.


130 posted on 11/15/2006 1:19:40 PM PST by Virginia Ridgerunner ("Si vis pacem para bellum")
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To: HarleyLady27

I guess you don't believe in forgiveness at all.


131 posted on 11/15/2006 1:25:58 PM PST by Sen Jack S. Fogbound (You have a Republic, if you can keep it! -- Ben Franklin)
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To: TitansAFC
"I would gladly support Newt. "

- Newt, schmut. I'd support anyone (including Newt) who has demonstrated the communication skills and killer instinct to bring the House Republicans into line and strike terror into the hearts of leftist slugs like Pelosi and Murtha. Newt understands how the system works and can get results. For a time he was so powerful he even had Slick licking his boots instead of Monica's dress, until the press deemed him a threat to the Dems agenda and hounded him out of office.
132 posted on 11/15/2006 1:40:00 PM PST by finnigan2
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To: A.J.Armitage

Whatever


133 posted on 11/15/2006 1:51:36 PM PST by DanielLongo (Don't tread on me)
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To: GoldCountryRedneck
So rather than give the opposition a built-in weapon (i.e., Newts baggage) why not see if a less-complex candidate (i.e., less or no baggage) emerges, but use Newt-the-street-fighter as the coach?

I'm OK with that should one emerge. What I'm not OK with is getting stuck with some no-name bland RINO who has no baggage and no chance. Besides, even if our guy is squeaky clean the DBM will trash him/her.

My whole point is that of all the names currently mentioned, Newt is by far the best candidate (assuming there were no baggage). If the perceived baggage is the issue, my plan could be invoked to counter it.

134 posted on 11/15/2006 2:06:14 PM PST by BlueMondaySkipper (The quickest way of ending a war is to lose it. - George Orwell)
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To: BlueMondaySkipper
I'm OK with that should one emerge....

Well, a lot can happen between now and the '08 primarys.

What's that Chinese curse? "May you live in interesting times."

Regrettably, we are.....

~GCR~

135 posted on 11/15/2006 2:14:44 PM PST by GoldCountryRedneck ("Idiocy - Never under estimate the power of stupid people in large numbers" - despair.com)
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To: PDR
your post is almost entirely incorrect

All from memory on the fly but I would really like for you to type out the corrections instead of just saying I am incorrect.

As I posted above I would vote for him again, but many will say he has Feet-of-Clay so, if you can reveal they are actually burnished Bronze please do!

136 posted on 11/15/2006 2:38:04 PM PST by higgmeister (In the Shadow of The Big Chicken!)
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To: ConservativeMajority

Newt wating to be called? Quick, someone cut the line.


137 posted on 11/15/2006 2:41:41 PM PST by edsheppa
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To: DanielLongo

You're forgiven. I know some Christians reported on FR have said they wouldn't vote for him but I think it was mostly because he's a RINO. M


138 posted on 11/15/2006 2:53:40 PM PST by Marysecretary (Thank you, Lord, for FOUR MORE YEARS!!!)
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To: PDR
I left out Tom Foley

Re: Wright from Wiki - The incident itself was controversial and was a part of the increasing partisan infighting that has plagued the Congress ever since. The original charges were filed by Newt Gingrich in 1988 and their effect propelled Mr. Gingrich's own career advancement to Minority Whip and, seven years later, to the Speaker's chair itself.

...and her name is spelled Marianne, but she was really nice to me when I had a chance to chat with her for a while at a rally while Newt was glad-handing.

139 posted on 11/15/2006 2:58:12 PM PST by higgmeister (In the Shadow of The Big Chicken!)
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To: zarf

He's divorced; unclean. Christ would never approve of him running

REAGAN WAS DIVORCED TOO


140 posted on 11/15/2006 3:08:02 PM PST by LC HOGHEAD (BOYCOTT TARGET and its French owners for their Anti-military Anti-American ways)
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To: Virginia Ridgerunner

I guess it all depends on what you think of when you think of Hillary's baggage.

I think of Whitewater and a bunch of unexplained suicides surrounding her and Bill. I think of her casually mentioning that Bill is a "hard dog to keep on the porch" when asked about his philandering. Do even Dims really want a woman running the country that is that dismissive ? If she has such disdain for marriage, isn't she dissing half her base ?

A lot of Dims were willing to let Bill's sexual antics slide because he was POTUS, but that doesn't mean they weren't embarrassed just the same. Do they really want him back in the limelight as First Husband ?

I think she's got her own baggage plus Bill's baggage, and that would be too much. She'll alienate some Dims and Bill will alienate others. Together she stands no chance.


141 posted on 11/15/2006 3:35:23 PM PST by Kellis91789 (I say we should flat-tax the Kyoto treaty all the way back to the security council ! -- Dogbert)
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To: ConservativeMajority
...but it seems that he is waiting for his country to call.

From the article, that is Jeff Gannon's speculation, not something that Newt stated or even implied.

I just wanted to clear up that misperception, although a dozen or more FReepers have already attacked Newt for having said so.

142 posted on 11/15/2006 3:49:19 PM PST by La Enchiladita (God bless America, Land that I LOVE ...)
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To: higgmeister

Thye problem is is that the man is too outspoken. Kinda like me, when he sees the truth, he says it out loud.


If you want to make people angry, lie to them.
If you want to make them absolutely livid, then tell 'em the truth.


143 posted on 11/15/2006 3:56:37 PM PST by B4Ranch (Illegal immigration Control and US Border Security - The jobs George W. Bush refuses to do.)
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To: ConservativeMajority

Newt had his chance and blew it.

And he TOTALLY blew it for me this Nov. 2nd, 2006 on the Sean Hannity radio show when he stuck a knife in Sen. George Allen's back and gave it a nasty twist.

He complained publicly that Allen's press release about Jim Webb's nasty novel writing, was a "Mickey Mouse" campaign gambit on Allen's part. Gingrich then said that the people in northern Virginia read novels and wouldn't take kindly to Allen criticizing Webb for writing sleaze.

As a Virginian who has now lost a great Senator, I will remember that moment. Gingrich has no sense of loyalty or timing. He appeals to intellectuals but most folks aren't going to read his books. He is hard pressed to smile and comes off as desparate these days.

He might be able to beat a Dem like John Murtha but it would be a tough fight.


144 posted on 11/15/2006 4:49:20 PM PST by Flora McDonald (http://unitedconservatives.blogspot.com/)
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To: zarf

WHAT???????? Who are we to judge anyone in that manner.


145 posted on 11/15/2006 4:51:11 PM PST by Arizona Carolyn
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To: Democratshavenobrains

None of us know enough of their private life to make any judgement on his marriage and divorce.


146 posted on 11/15/2006 4:53:27 PM PST by Arizona Carolyn
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To: DungeonMaster

He's pro life, I don't believe he is in favor of gay marriage, either.


147 posted on 11/15/2006 4:55:44 PM PST by Arizona Carolyn
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To: GoldCountryRedneck

I would support Newt over Rudy, who also carries loads of personal baggage, because Newt is closer to an actual conservative that any of the others presently mentioned.

I believe that Ronaldus Maximus was divorced once, so I do not see that as a problem. Newt can talk also, and well. Go Newt!


148 posted on 11/15/2006 5:04:01 PM PST by alarm rider (Not a democrat, not a republican, not a "libertarian".. A CONSERVATIVE.)
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To: caffe

Newt will definitely run if he thinks he can win.


149 posted on 11/15/2006 5:20:17 PM PST by RebekahT ("Government is not the solution to the problem, government is the problem." -- Ronald Reagan)
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To: ilovew
Too bad you weren't around back in 2000 when I defended Bush - even against the likes of Jim Robinson during the primaries. Of course duh-bya's had almost 6 years now to earn my disdain. Make their case?

"Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me 526 times - call me a Bushbot!"

150 posted on 11/16/2006 5:40:05 AM PST by BufordP ("Every morning I start my day with juice, toast, and a big bowl of Baby Crunch!" -- Michael J. Fox)
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