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Candidate Newt Gingrich: Competent, Consistent, Calm, Convincing and Catholic
De Khazen ^ | Keith A. Fournier

Posted on 11/01/2011 8:14:03 PM PDT by jageorge72

Newt Gingrich's poll numbers are beginning to climb. His performance in the Presidential debates demonstrates that he is competent, consistent, calm and convincing. He is clearly Pro-Life, defends the primacy of marriage and the family and society founded upon it and is a passionate defender of authentic freedom. He shows calm in the chaotic displays called debates and stands out. In an age filled with crisis, such calm and competence are refreshing.

WASHINGTON,DC (Catholic Online) - I have followed the political career of former Speaker of the House of Representatives Newt Gingrich for a long time. There are few Americans unaware of his role as the architect and "idea man" behind the historic "Contract with America". His leadership helped to bring the Republicans to victory in the House of Representatives in 1994. As the Speaker of the House he provided leadership which led to a balanced budget amendment and a period of fiscal stability. He was named an "exceptional leader" by Time Magazine in 1995 for this contribution. Speaker Gingrich is also an accomplished scholar. He is a history Professor with an earned Doctorate. He is a very intelligent man with a grasp of public policy issues like few others in public service. Over the years I have followed his career, I have been impressed with his willingness to propose fresh solutions for ever challenging public needs. For example, his proposals in the early 2,000's for person, family and free market based health care reforms, are just now being given the due consideration they deserve. His genuine concern for those who are in need of medical care is one of the areas where he has not received the recognition he deserves.

The man is brilliant. Anyone who has listened to him in the 2012 Presidential debates - if they are being honest - agrees he is well informed on every issue of public policy. The man is articulate- and he is prolific. He has written twenty three books - including thirteen New York Times bestsellers. He is comfortable with creative ideas and unafraid of big picture thinking. Coupled with all of these abilities, Newt Gingrich has a hopeful vision for the future. This defies the stereotypes too often associated with "conservative" politicians. I recall years ago when the amazing rise in communications technology had just begun, I searched for a "futurist" among the ranks of the then "conservative" leaders. I found just such a "conservative" futurist in Newt Gingrich. However, I must admit that it was his faith journey in later life which made my respect for him become something more, admiration. I have learned in my own life that the past is either a tutor or a millstone. For Newt Gingrich, a man comfortable in his own skin, the past has become a tutor.

This Professor has learned that we are always students. His response to questions concerning his own past reveal the wisdom borne of experience, infused with real faith. It is not how many times we fall down, but whether we get up and learn how to walk. In an article in the National Catholic Register in 2011 entitled "Why I Became a Catholic" Newt bore witness to the journey which brought him into the Catholic Church. It is the story of an intellectual - who is also a "down to earth" man. It is also similar to numerous other journeys in the history of converts to the catholic Christian faith. Newt's Catholic journey was not a dramatic "Damascus" experience such as the one recorded in the Acts of the Apostles which captured the Apostle Paul for Christ and His Church.(See, Acts 9) Rather, it was a slow and steady attraction to the fullness of truth - and the beauty - contained within the fullness of Christianity found within the Catholic Church. He began - and then ended - this wonderful account with these words, "I am often asked when I chose to become Catholic. However, it is more truthful to say that over the course of several years I gradually became Catholic and then decided one day to accept the faith I had already come to embrace. After a decade-long - perhaps lifelong - faith journey, I was finally home."

In between he tells of how his intellect was satiated and his desire for happiness fulfilled in the Catholic Church. As a "revert" to the Church - one who questioned my way back into the faith of my childhood - I understand and am moved by such accounts. They call to mind what Blessed John Paul called, in his magna-carta on the Moral Life which bears the name, the "Splendor of Truth". The Catholic Christian faith does not frown on questions. Rather it welcomes them as the very path to truth and into the heart of the Church. His work over the past few years in film production, along with his gifted wife Callista, is extraordinary. Most of those who read me know that Blessed John Paul II is my life "champion". I was captured by his message as a very young man and my life and vocation has been deeply affected by his witness in both life and death. I have dedicated my studies and the rest of my life to making his work more widely known. I will never forget the first time I watched "Nine Days that Changed the World" hosted by Newt and Callista Gingrich. I was profoundly impressed with the way in which they both understood and were able to capture those historic moments and the obvious love and respect they have for Blessed John Paul II.

It comes as no surprise that Newt Gingrich's poll numbers are beginning to climb. His performance in the Presidential debates demonstrates that he is competent, consistent, calm and convincing. He is clearly Pro-Life, defends the primacy of marriage and the family and society founded upon it and is a passionate defender of authentic freedom. He is also a man with ideas and the ability to articulate them. The pundit class is finally beginning to take the candidacy of this intelligent and gifted man seriously. He shows calm in the chaotic displays called debates and stands out. In an age filled with crisis, suffering under ill informed and ineffective leaders, such calm and competence are refreshing. Visit the Gingrich campaign's web site and see where he stands on the vital issues.


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KEYWORDS: 2012; election; gingrich; newt; newtinc; newtneedsmoney
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While I do expect Sarah Palin to endorse Newt, I also expect him to receive some major endorsements from religious leaders as well. Good article.
1 posted on 11/01/2011 8:14:09 PM PDT by jageorge72
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To: jageorge72

Cain ... nuff said.


2 posted on 11/01/2011 8:18:41 PM PDT by doc1019 (If Romney is our choice, I refuse to vote.)
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To: jageorge72

I wonder how the divorce of his ailing wife, dying of cancer fits in to his faith? I mean, Catholics I thought believed in one wife, no divorce. Not to mention infidelity.

I think it’s a fair question since the article did not deal with it.


3 posted on 11/01/2011 8:21:50 PM PDT by BereanBrain
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To: jageorge72
And he is Pro-amnesty!

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,593985,00.html

See "Red Card Solution"

4 posted on 11/01/2011 8:21:59 PM PDT by txroadkill (FreeRepublic.com- "A Wretched Hive of Scum and Villany" - Zotted Romney Troll)
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To: jageorge72

The catholic card doesn’t impress me in the least.


5 posted on 11/01/2011 8:23:34 PM PDT by Bullish (Recovery won't begin until Obama loses HIS job.)
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To: jageorge72
He didnt retire as Speaker he resigned. Newt has zero chance of being elected. You put him under pressure again and he will nuke his own side with silly statements.

I saw him claim he cheated on his wife to save the country (on CBN interview).

Back in the Spring I saw him on FNC Cavuto bald-face lie and claim in 1995/1996 that Clinton caved on the budget, when it was him that gave in and passed the budget Clinton demanded after 3 weeks of shutdown. That was after his “They made me ride on the back of the plane “ comment got played all over and a SNR skit.

No way!

6 posted on 11/01/2011 8:24:20 PM PDT by sickoflibs (Cain :"My parents didn't raise me to beg the government for other peoples money")
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To: jageorge72
I think I'm older than Newt and I recall most of his actions when he was Speaker.

Bottom line: he's a loose cannon on a slippery deck.

7 posted on 11/01/2011 8:24:32 PM PDT by Rudder (The Main Stream Media is Our Enemy---get used to it.)
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To: BereanBrain
I wonder how the divorce of his ailing wife, dying of cancer fits in to his faith? I mean, Catholics I thought believed in one wife, no divorce. Not to mention infidelity. I think it’s a fair question since the article did not deal with it.
....when he spoke on Dobson's radio show in 2007, Gingrich refused to say that he was actually repentant. The evangelical leader repeatedly pressed him on that point: "When I hear you talk about this dark side of your life...you didn't mention repentance. Do you understand that word repentance?"
-- from the thread Newt and Evangelicals: Not a Match Made in Heaven
"Mrs. Gingrich #2 was dumped after her husband had carried on an extramarital affair with a fetching, blond congressional staffer named Callista Bisek, who went on to become the present Mrs. Gingrich #3. This Family Values paradigm was complicated by the fact that whilst Mr. Gingrich was filibustering Ms. Bisek over the Speaker’s desk, he was simultaneously leading the impeachment charge against a naughty president of the United States....The much-married Newt Gingrich converts to Catholicism this weekend—and I’d pay a year’s salary to have been a bug on the wall during his religious instruction."
-- Christopher Buckley, from the thread The Audacity of Poping

8 posted on 11/01/2011 8:24:43 PM PDT by Alex Murphy (http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/religion/2703506/posts?page=518#518)
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To: jageorge72

Catholic? Jeez. When I worked in D.C., the stories I heard about Newt and interns made my hair curl. Consistent? What about those Pelosi ads, or work with Hillary on healthcare?


9 posted on 11/01/2011 8:25:04 PM PDT by montag813
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To: jageorge72
As the Speaker of the House he provided leadership which led to a balanced budget amendment

Well not quite. But he did complete the Contract with America in less than the promised 100 days, and he did create the conditions which led to a (nominally) balanced budget, thus making fools of 100% of the whorehouse media who scoffed and snorted at the very idea of cutting taxes and balancing the budget at the same time.

10 posted on 11/01/2011 8:25:08 PM PDT by hinckley buzzard
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To: jageorge72
Consistent

If that were remotely true, he'd have a shot. It isn't, so he doesn't.

11 posted on 11/01/2011 8:25:57 PM PDT by M. Thatcher
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To: BereanBrain
Newt's daughter speaks out
12 posted on 11/01/2011 8:26:41 PM PDT by sageb1 (This is the Final Crusade, There are only two sides. Pick one.)
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To: jageorge72; Goreknowshowtocheat; Absolutely Nobama; Elendur; it_ürür; Bockscar; Mary Kochan; ...
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Freep-mail me to get on or off my pro-life and Catholic List:

Add me / Remove me

Please ping me to note-worthy Pro-Life or Catholic threads, or other threads of general interest.


13 posted on 11/01/2011 8:28:44 PM PDT by narses (what you bind upon earth, shall be bound also in heaven; and what you loose upon earth, shall be ..)
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To: jageorge72

For me, after Sarah dropped out, I have been completely turned off to everything political. I just don’t even care anymore. I’m old and I will simply have to leave fixing the country to all you younger folks. I don’t have any heart left for it. I gave it all to Sarah. If I live until the election and if there is even an election, I will probably vote for Newt on the simple fact that he knows what he’s doing.


14 posted on 11/01/2011 8:29:56 PM PDT by WVNan (!)
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To: jageorge72
No way. Newt/Pelosi
15 posted on 11/01/2011 8:30:00 PM PDT by xone
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To: BereanBrain
You are aware of course that: 1) his wife was not "dying of cancer." She never had cancer and is alive and well today. And 2) She was the one who initiated the divorce.

I'm sure your erroneous statements were just the result of misinformation and ignorance, and not due to being an outright lying unChristian a-hole.

You can thank me later for setting you on the trail of the truth.

16 posted on 11/01/2011 8:30:07 PM PDT by hinckley buzzard
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To: jageorge72
Candidate Newt Gingrich: Competent, Consistent, Calm, Convincing and Catholic

I noticed Conservative was not listed as one of his virtues.

17 posted on 11/01/2011 8:30:43 PM PDT by BradyLS (DO NOT FEED THE BEARS!)
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To: BereanBrain
No matter what the circumstances, it takes two to make a marriage work. You do not know her side, or that she may have been the one to instigate and end to the marriage. Politics is a tough profession. Not one of the men on that stage is perfect, and neither is Michelle.

We must strive for the best candidate. I know for a fact that Newt can stand up to anyone on a debate stage. I am not as convinced Cain has the right depth of knowledge for this moment in time. I know Newt has a great deal of personal baggage, however, we at least know what that baggage is. What are we still to find out about the rest? More importantly, when? October 2012? Of those on the stage, it is either Newt or Cain, if either of them are still standing.

18 posted on 11/01/2011 8:31:46 PM PDT by Bobbisox (All American Conservative Mama Grizzly (PALIN PATRIOT on hold for 2016!))
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To: sageb1

Thanks for the link. I did not know that.


19 posted on 11/01/2011 8:31:50 PM PDT by PGalt
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To: jageorge72

where did you hear that Palin might endorse Newt? Palin said that She doubts that Newt will gets the nomination because of a lack of money....that statement seems to me that she won’t lift a finger to help Newt through an endorsement or anything else.

Newt is smart and very intelligent but his Achilles heels is his lack of judgement


20 posted on 11/01/2011 8:33:06 PM PDT by Bigtigermike
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To: jageorge72
Did he go through the same three year hell I went through to get married in the Church?

If not -- he's off the list.

21 posted on 11/01/2011 8:34:44 PM PDT by Glenn (iamtheresistance.org)
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To: BradyLS

That sums it up nicely for me.


22 posted on 11/01/2011 8:34:48 PM PDT by ha maker (Sanity for lurkers)
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To: jageorge72

Cain’s my guy so far, but I wouldn’t mind Newt. (Just like I wouldn’t mind Santorum and Bachmann, either.)


23 posted on 11/01/2011 8:34:56 PM PDT by Absolutely Nobama (Chairman Obama And Ron Paul Are Sure Signs The Republic Is In Serious Trouble. God Help Us All.)
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To: jageorge72

Good Grief people have such very short memories. Newt quit and went home remember? He quit at a very critical time. Reliable? No hardly. Convincing? Not in my book. What what he does as much as what he says. What Cabinet position does Nancy get? Can Trent Lott or either Liberal Dole be his VP? The Good Ole GOP would be just like them good ole days.


24 posted on 11/01/2011 8:34:56 PM PDT by cva66snipe (Two Choices left for U.S. One Nation Under GOD or One Nation Under Judgment? Which one say ye?)
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To: xone

“No way”

Now that is the attitude. I did not think it was possible, but hey not only do I think we can re-elect Obama but have Nancy Pelosi as speaker of the house again. 2008 all over again. I really think we can do it. Go Obama, go Reid, go Nancy. The glory days are just around the corner.


25 posted on 11/01/2011 8:35:42 PM PDT by Parley Baer
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To: WVNan
For me, after Sarah dropped out, I have been completely turned off to everything political. I just don’t even care anymore. I’m old and I will simply have to leave fixing the country to all you younger folks. I don’t have any heart left for it. I gave it all to Sarah. If I live until the election and if there is even an election, I will probably vote for Newt on the simple fact that he knows what he’s doing.

Wait! Did you know that Newt sold out to Freddie Mac in 2006-2007 for $300,000? His goal was to thwart any reform of Freddie along with Fannie from conservatives call to reform it before the 2008 economic collapse? His cronyism is a no go for me, I doubt that Sarah even knows about this!
26 posted on 11/01/2011 8:38:48 PM PDT by Bigtigermike
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To: BereanBrain

I will take Newt’s Christian past and present over the fake Christian Muslim in the WH any day. I don’t really care about his divorce.


27 posted on 11/01/2011 8:39:26 PM PDT by dandiegirl
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To: jageorge72

You have my support, Newt. Don’t screw it up.


28 posted on 11/01/2011 8:40:08 PM PDT by loreldan (I'm shocked)
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To: jageorge72

LOL! A day late and a dollar short.. We don’t need no stinkn’ career politicians in the oval office! That house needs fumigation and lots of fresh air to restore the dignity it deserves. And Herman Cain is the fresh air with all the tools in his toolbox to fix the myriad of problems the Communists in government have brought to the American people over many years. Newt could be useful in a good cabinet position, but I wouldn’t want him in charge of the button.


29 posted on 11/01/2011 8:40:12 PM PDT by Paperdoll ( I like Herman Cain)
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RE :"For me, after Sarah dropped out, I have been completely turned off to everything political. I just don’t even care anymore. I’m old and I will simply have to leave fixing the country to all you younger folks. I don’t have any heart left for it. I gave it all to Sarah."

You mean that raging fire...?

Palin had the fire

30 posted on 11/01/2011 8:41:18 PM PDT by sickoflibs (Cain :"My parents didn't raise me to beg the government for other peoples money")
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To: BereanBrain

“I mean, Catholics I thought believed in one wife, no divorce. Not to mention infidelity.”

Newt converted to Catholicism in 2009. Not that he believed in divorce or infidelity prior to his conversion. And you obviously know nothing about the circumstances of his divorce.

As for your other comments, try to conduct just a minimal amount of research before you post.


31 posted on 11/01/2011 8:45:27 PM PDT by motoman
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To: jageorge72
Why would Palin endorse Newt?

Newt is the smartest announced candidate, he knows the turf, he is articulate, he is an expert debater. BUT he is on the wrong team.

He is a Consummate Elitist Pubbie POL. He endorsed the AGW lie and would sell us (We the People) into a hellish global government. I cannot and will not vote for Newt or Romney for the same reason. They are both against We the People and for the Globalists and their own financial interests.

They are both liars. (neither is stupid or gullible) Both are traitors to We the People,

32 posted on 11/01/2011 8:47:17 PM PDT by Texas Fossil (Government, even in its best state is but a necessary evil; in its worst state an intolerable one)
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To: hinckley buzzard

man that’s gonna leave a mark


33 posted on 11/01/2011 8:48:55 PM PDT by al baby (Is that old windbag still on the air ?)
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To: BereanBrain
RE:"I wonder how the divorce of his ailing wife, dying of cancer fits in to his faith? I mean, Catholics I thought believed in one wife, no divorce. Not to mention infidelity"

He said he cheated on his wife to 'save the country'. What do you have against patriots??? LOL

34 posted on 11/01/2011 8:51:48 PM PDT by sickoflibs (Cain :"My parents didn't raise me to beg the government for other peoples money")
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To: sageb1

If you’re a Gingrich supporter, you probably should have read the comments at your link before posting it.


35 posted on 11/01/2011 8:52:19 PM PDT by Jedidah
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To: Paperdoll

I hope you guys are happy when you end up with Mitt Romney. Perry is a dunce, and Cain is way out of his league here. His most thought out idea is 999, and it ain’t happening. He is clueless on foreign policy. When Mitt Romney is the nominee.... you will be wishing you gave Newt a chance.


36 posted on 11/01/2011 8:53:06 PM PDT by jageorge72
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To: hinckley buzzard
Thwack!


37 posted on 11/01/2011 8:54:04 PM PDT by perfect_rovian_storm (Perry's idea of border control: Use both hands to welcome the illegals right in)
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To: dandiegirl

I once posted a montage of many Obama videos where he admitted being Muslim. In an interview prior to the last Presidential election, with Bob Schieffer he said, “my Muslim faith”. B.S. said, “You mean your Christian faith”, and Obama muttered, “oh oh, yes, my Christian faith”. He’ll say anything for a vote.

Herman Cain is catching on because you just cannot fake who Herman Cain is.

Please help him by sending your generous checks:

Herman Cain, Inc.
Friends of Herman Cain, Inc.
P.O. Box 2158
Stockbridge, Georgia 30281

Thank you. God bless America!


38 posted on 11/01/2011 8:56:55 PM PDT by Paperdoll ( I like Herman Cain)
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To: motoman

I did. He claimed to be Southern Baptist at the time, divorced, and then converted.

You should research the facts as to the timing of the divorce, and the who/why.

We can do better. Sad to say, but he disqualifies himself through his personal actions even though he is a VERY gifted in the area of Policy/Politics.


39 posted on 11/01/2011 8:57:18 PM PDT by BereanBrain
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To: jageorge72

They ALL really stink...including Newt. This is not about finding a perfect candidate but about finding out that these candidates are seriously flawed and offer no real solutions but status quo... blah..blah..blah.


40 posted on 11/01/2011 8:58:29 PM PDT by Bigtigermike
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To: Jedidah

“If you’re a Gingrich supporter, you probably should have read the comments at your link before posting it.”

I read them. Actually, the people I really like aren’t running. So I’m open to looking at all of the not-Romneys (or Paul or Huntsman). Gingrich does have one thing going for him - he may be the only one who can out-debate the silver-tongued Liar-in-Chief.


41 posted on 11/01/2011 9:04:28 PM PDT by sageb1 (This is the Final Crusade, There are only two sides. Pick one.)
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To: Alex Murphy

Is that the same Christopher Buckley who endorsed Obama in ‘08? Whose father had to be spinning in his grave?

We are supposed to care what that Christopher Buckley says or thinks?


42 posted on 11/01/2011 9:15:20 PM PDT by EDINVA (We Can't Wait, either)
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To: WVNan
"For me, after Sarah dropped out, I have been completely turned off to everything political. I just don’t even care anymore. I’m old and I will simply have to leave fixing the country to all you younger folks. I don’t have any heart left for it. I gave it all to Sarah. If I live until the election and if there is even an election, I will probably vote for Newt on the simple fact that he knows what he’s doing."

I was heartbroken when Sarah decided not to run too.

I hope you live until the next election & many more years after - but, whatever you do - DON'T STICK US WITH NEWT!!!

43 posted on 11/01/2011 9:15:47 PM PDT by LADY J ( Change your thoughts and you change your world.. - Norman Vincent Peale))
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To: jageorge72
Unfortunately, Newt has a lot of baggage and at the same time knows more about the job than his competitors. I'd vote for him just to see a debate between him and zero
44 posted on 11/01/2011 9:17:18 PM PDT by paul51 (11 September 2001 - Never forget)
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“He is clearly Pro-Life, defends the primacy of marriage and the family ....”

Newt certainly believes in marriage, he's been married enough times. I'm not sure he believes in the primacy of marriage and the family.

Man the lifeboats. It's getting deep.

45 posted on 11/01/2011 9:18:09 PM PDT by bwc2221
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“I wonder how the divorce of his ailing wife, dying of cancer fits in to his faith? I mean, Catholics I thought believed in one wife, no divorce. Not to mention infidelity.”

That all happened before Newt converted. He's different now./sarc.

46 posted on 11/01/2011 9:19:47 PM PDT by bwc2221
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To: jageorge72
I've never been able to figure this guy out.

Half of the stuff he says makes me want to get behind him and cheer... the other half makes me want to go scarface on him.

In the end, he is lugging around far too much baggage... not to mention his amnesty and global warming stance. I think i'd write in my mother in-law before I'd vote for him

47 posted on 11/01/2011 9:31:12 PM PDT by FunkyZero ("It's not about duck hunting !")
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To: Bullish
The catholic card doesn’t impress me in the least.

I understand that Nancy Pelosi is Catholic also. Now if Newt could get her on the ticket with him, I bet that would impress you!

48 posted on 11/01/2011 9:47:46 PM PDT by Graybeard58 (Of course Obama loves his country but Herman Cain loves mine.)
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To: jageorge72

Catholic? I guess theres not a high bar for that title.


49 posted on 11/01/2011 9:49:28 PM PDT by Nonstatist
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To: jageorge72

LOL!


50 posted on 11/01/2011 10:02:05 PM PDT by Paperdoll ( I like Herman Cain)
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