Skip to comments.Gingrich's latest endorser believes he can still win it
Posted on 04/13/2012 1:04:03 AM PDT by CaptainKrunch
The Republican presidential primary has been pronounced over, but against the odds, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich remains in the race.
Even more improbably, the former speaker is still getting a slow trickle of endorsements from politicians who seem to genuinely believe he has a shot at the White House.
The Daily Caller caught up with the latest politician to endorse Gingrich, Delaware State Senator Dave Lawson, whose endorsement was announced on Wednesday after Rick Santorum dropped out and the vast majority of pundits declared the race at the end.
The race isnt over until the votes are counted, and so I dont believe the race is over, Lawson told TheDC. I believe that Speaker Gingrich certainly has a very good crack at this nomination; I believe he certainly has the right attributes to work toward putting this country back on its feet.
Great article, also posted here. http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/2871509/posts
Lawson is terrific. He’s been there, done that.
He knows Newt can do it because HE himself did it!
I remember when Newt got elected Speaker and ABC news followed this rabid skunk liberal fishing asking all sorts of negative questions about Newt. Of course the guy gave the anti-Newt liberal Message line for line. Newt had to explain to the media children it's was ok for the guy to have a different whacked out view.
Primaries have been open to rats. The GOP convention may be very different. What if romney stands up and gets boo’ed off the stage? Could happen...
If it's not Newt, we're screwt !
I love it!
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Well, he just got another vote next month from me here in West Virginia.
We West Virginians simply detest Obama......We're not real big on "Obama Lite" (Romney) either. He just could win here!
After the endorsement, Dave Lawson was returned to his room at the Delaware Home for the Insane.
Thanks & thanks !
In a related story, a 97 year old soldier was found clinging to his rifle in a cave on Iwo Jima. Dozens on the home island cheered the development, saying he looked pretty healthy, and expressing hope he could push back the American aggressors.