Gingrich may run for Pres! That, to me is scary!
He is a baptist converted to catholicism!
I voted "Libertarian" in the last election as a vote of protest against the republican and democratic choices I was given!
I have voted ever since I was age eligible.
Sane, qualified Americans can't afford to run!...and don't want to!
I have voted in my last presidential election!
Oh dear ....a Baptist? A Catholic? Sooooo much more scary than an Islam-loving, liberal activist who refuses to even decide what religion he really is while he refuses to close our borders to drug-trafficking illegals. . Sure doesn't take much to scare you, does it?
I also find my fellow Georgian, Newt, to be scary. He's smart, too, which makes him even scarier.
I don't know how smart he is.
I think he will be remembered in every history book as one of the truly bad men of American politics.
I'd, totally, lose my respect for my fellow Americans if he were even considered for the presidency!
If you read his books, you will really see just how smart he is. The difference between what he writes and what he often says during talk show interviews is very SCARY!
Now you all understand why Durham made my list of "incredibles" long, long ago. :
I choose to take that as a compliment no matter how it's meant.
RD, remember that copy of Hunter's Horn I gave you? I need to borrow it, along with your other copy. My book club is reading it. Can I, pretty please??
Brenda, my feelings about Newt have nothing to do with his religion. As a matter of fact, I think Huckabee is a great guy!
I like Huckabee too. I just think he's too soft-spoken and too willing to discuss issues that should never even be spoken about in public. America needs someone strong-willed but with the right focus. McCain could've done that if he hadn't been so politically-tolerant. I'm not sure Gingrich even fits that bill either.
by James Smith 4 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 people are starting to get sick of war. This is good news!I think there are a...
by AnnCee 7 years ago
By Michael O'Brien - 07/30/10 10:45 AM ETFormer House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) said Friday that he expects former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) to be among the crowd of GOP presidential candidates in 2012.Gingrich, himself a potential candidate for president, sized up the field of would-be...
by Moderndayslave 6 years ago
According to Virginia Republican party, Newt Gingrich is not eligible to run in the Virginia primary election. "Only a failed system excludes four out of the six major candidates seeking access to the ballot," Gingrich campaign director Michael Krull said. Now our election system is a...
by Dee42 6 years ago
I am in a old car, looking for a better car. Hoping and praying It won't cut- out on me. But in the mean time I will keep the old car cause even though I don't like it, it will still 'get me there'.
by SparklingJewel 7 years ago
just in case you did not know, or were unsure, here is a clear picturehttp://vimeo.com/6445068
by Dennis L. Page 6 years ago
Is it time for Ron Paul, Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich to drop out of the Republican race?Are the GOP candidates doing more harm to their party by constantly fighting with each other and is it time for Paul, Santorum and Gingrich to drop out?
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