(CNN) —It appears GOP presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich was for a no-fly zone in Libya before he was against it.
During an interview on March 7 with Fox News, the former House Speaker was asked what he would do about Libya and he directly answered “exercise a no-fly zone this evening.”
And on March 17, while appearing at an event in New Hampshire, he accused President Obama of talking loudly and carrying no stick because he believed that Obama lacked a plan for Libya.
But recent comments indicate that Gingrich has changed tack. Six days later in an interview on NBC’s “Today Show” Gingrich, who’s launched a website to explore a presidential bid, said
“I think that two wars in Iraq and Afghanistan is a lot…I would not have intervened. I think there are a lot of other ways to affect Gadhafi...”
http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/20 … =allsearch
Yyou're another one Doug that seems to spend their time posting controversial issues.
Are you a paid poster?
If you check, I haven't posted a word in over a week. To answer directly, I am not paid to post and I have never been paid to post.
I am kinda proud that I got paid for sex once. My x-wife and I were paid participate in a condom study. Darned if she didn't demand half the proceeds.
Too much information! I was here to read about Obama...
hey is study still on...i would like to be part of it too
I'm not sure. It was 20 years and a previous wife ago. Now I would not qualify because of my age, but I am hoping to participate in a study of either viagra or medical marijuana. Or a home run - the drug interaction of both.
Maybe HubPages would sponsor a little research project? All in the interest of science of course.
It embarrassed that Newt is from my home state.
You know what Habee? I'm still embarrassed that Rupert Murdoch is from my home town of Melbourne. Fortunately he is now an American citizen and out of our hair. Except.... he owns most of the world press!
He has NYT, Warner Bros, Foxtel, and many many others all round the globe.
I don't think much of Newt either.
Just wanted to say hi and spread what I think of the Murdoch stinker!
I dream about your food hubs sometimes Habee!
by Susan Reid4 years ago
This is from FORBES. I am posting the whole article for your consideration:In tonight’s debate we saw a transformed Barack Obama, and it made a very big difference. In the first debate Governor Mitt Romney was relaxed...
by TMMason6 years ago
Earlier today, The Blaze reported on the bi-partisan lawsuit that congressional members filed this week against the White House. Now, President Barack Obama’s administration is speaking out, claiming that the War...
by Susan Reid4 years ago
Let's get some opinions out here.Since there likely are no verifiable facts on either one yet.
by 910chris5 years ago
This now gives N.G. 26 delegates to Romneys 14, but with Florida coming up; will it be enough to take the sunshine state? Remember, there are 50 delegates up for grabs in Florida and they all go to the winner.
by James Smith4 years ago
I know, I know: is Newt Gingrich even relevant anymore? But many are thinking the fact that Gingrich is being forced into a non-interventionist position to hope to stay relevant shows something: the tide is turning, and...
by OLYHOOCH6 years ago
Well, like I keep saying, SOMETHING IS JUST NOT RIGHT.Says during interview: 'I'd produce birth certificate. End of discussion'Posted: April 02, 201112:00 am EasternBy Bob Unruh© 2011 WorldNetDaily Herman Cain...
Copyright © 2017 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.