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Cain endorsed Gingrich

They share the same “sausage grinder” – the media, the democrats, and the GOP establishment.  Cain endorses Newt and Newt tells the traveling circus, the press, to find their own damn ride.  🙂

“I hereby officially and enthusiastically endorse Newt Gingrich for president of the United States!” Cain said. “One of the biggest reasons is the fact that I know that Speaker Gingrich is a patriot, Speaker Gingrich is not afraid of bold ideas and I also know that Speaker Gingrich is running for president and going through this sausage grinder. I know what this sausage grinder is all about.”


Posted:  01.28.12  @10:50 p.m.

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Gingrich wins big in S. C. – 40% Gingrich to 28% Romney

Told ya’ women would not fall for ABC’s blatant attempt to knock Gingrich out.  And the press is still calling Romney the “frontrunner” when he hasn’t Ever been the frontrunner.  Now watch the GOP establishment (led by Karl Rove and his little white board) try to bolster Romney, along with the media and the demos.  So predictable.  And the MSM (MFM) this morning is babbling on endlessly (MSNBC particularly).  They are so far off base they look silly and I think even they know it.  Their usual tactics are not working as well as expected.

Gingrich – 243,153  40%

Romney – 167,279  28%

100% precincts reporting


COLUMBIA, S.C. — Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich has won the South Carolina primary  by a landslide, with numbers so big that the major networks called the race  almost immediately after the polls closed.

Heading into South Carolina, Gingrich’s campaign was lagging after poor  performances in Iowa and New Hampshire — and drawing criticism for ads that his  Super PAC was running attacking former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney for his  time at Bain Capital.

But Gingrich turned it around and surged to victory.  With 99 percent of precincts reporting results, he was winning every single  county, which would mean he would take all of the states’ 25 delegates. The  overall vote count showed a 40–28 advantage for Gingrich over Romney.

“With your help, we are now moving to Florida and beyond,”Gingrich told a raucous, enthusiastic crowd at his victory party in the state  capital of Columbia.

Read more:  http://dailycaller.com/2012/01/21/gingrich-wins-big-in-south-carolina-heads-to-florida-as-race-heats-up/#ixzz1kCQwjuxH


Posted:  01.22.12 @10:58 a.m.

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I’ll vote for Newt for taking it to the media!

Okay.  I have made up my mind.

On January 21st, early voting begins in Florida and I’m voting for Newt Gingrich.

His response to John King last night on the CNN debate  won me over.

The corrupt media may never be ashamed, they may never stop their biased reporting, but by golly, it was heartwarming indeed to hear the cheering and see the standing ovation of the audience.  More and more the people are seeing through the media games and manipulation.  Once the public turns on them, it won’t matter what they do or say.

Newt Gingrich cheated on his wife.  How many years ago was that?  And I do believe he was cheating With this second wife while he was married to someone else.  So what does that make her?  Doesn’t say much for him, but if Bill Clinton can screw around with a girl in the oval office, rape women, and whatever else he did and does, there is no reason whatsoever why a republican should have to step aside or step down for sexual indiscressions.  That’s just the damn truth.

But who cares?  Sex is a personal matter, right?

Classic case of He Said She Said:

He said:  I want an open marriage.

She said:  No.

And now it is said that women will turn on Newt because of this.  Because of what?  That’s just crazy.

The “earthquake” news was he said to his wife he wanted an open marriage and she said no.   It’s hilarious and silly.

Women are smarter than to be manipulated in this manner.

I have had some hesitation about Newt, but certainly not because of infidelity.  The democrats would give him a medal, that is, if he were not republican.  Bill Clinton is now almost a democrat idol, going around making speeches and giving advice.  The double standard is glaring.  I.Am.Sick.Of.It.

Posted:  01.20.12 @ 2:00 p.m.


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Newt just screwed up big time.

Dear God in Heaven!  Newt just closed his coffin via his comments today.  He just might as well hang it up.  He just revealed himself in his comments to Megyn Kelly.  This is no time for him to begin sounding like a liberal just to get back at Romney.  He’s beginning to sound like obama with this class language about what is “fair.”  (Unless what I just heard is way out of context because I did not hear it firsthand.)

NOTICE TO REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES:  Keep your eye on the prize.  We want obama OUT and it really does not matter that much which one defeats him. 

Posted:  01.10.12 @ 2:14 p.m.


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Newt Gingrich does NOT automatically get Cain’s voters!

It just hit me how the media is at it again.  No sooner did Cain get out of his mouth he was withdrawing than it was everywhere – everywhere in both print and on tv – that Newt Gingrich would get his voters.

I even made a comment about it myself and I know not to listen to them.

So WHY does Newt get Herman Cain’s voters?  HE DOES NOT.  For some reason, once again, the media is trying to influence us.  Newt is far from the next choice in my book.  I would think Michele Bachmann or Rick Santorum would be likely choices.  Maybe even Ron Paul.  But Newt Gingrich?

Cain steps down because of accusations of some vague kind of sexual misconduct – don’t think any one of them ever in their unproven accusations said they actually had sex with him – and the next person in line is a serial carouser and a man who is now on his third, at least, wife?  A man who has NOT been a steady conservative either.

And I just don’t believe the accusations against Herman Cain.  There is something going on at the restaurant association, somebody connected with the restaurant association – something – because the man is 65 years old and now all these roaches coming out of the woodwork accusing him of stuff and every one of them is from the restaurant association, and he didn’t even work there but about two years.  Something rotten about it.

I say to myself:  BEWARE when trying to listen to the most minimum of news coverage – even five minutes is too much.  They already put that thought in my head on Gingrich benefiting from Cain’s withdrawal.  And I search Herman Cain to read what is in print about him, and I see multiple articles saying the same thing.

I wonder how long it will be before he gets knocked out too, though.  He has to be elevated first, whoopee he is ahead in the polls, then the establishment will come forth and bump him off.  Notice the only person in the race now who has escaped even a word of criticism is Mitt Romney.  And, of course, the democrat candidate – Barack Obama, who will forever and always be the most historic, most wonderful, smartet man alive to the sorry excuses for news organizations we have. 

Don’t even mention that Herman Cain is a much more historic American figure than Barack Obama will ever be.  They won’t give Cain a word of praise.  The New York Times described the atmosphere in Atlanta as “a circus.”  Now, that is not a true statement, but an intentional derisive description.  They would never describe anything connected with Barack Obama as a circus.

Barack Obama  certainly does not deserve any praise, especially since now the only thing historic about him is he is a historic disaster for the country and lazy to boot.  He now embarks on another vacation – 17 days in Hawaii.  Frankly, I wish he would just stay there until November and then we can get rid of him for good.  We could save the money it will cost to fly him back here.

Posted:  12.04.11 @ 4:35 p.m.

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Mark Levin’s interview with Cavuto

Mark Levin talks with Neil about his statements on the bigoted David Gregory, NBC/MSNBC, the once-respected Meet the Press and “The Food Stamp President.”

This is the democrat/liberal strategy:  “Medicare is going broke so let’s dig a hole and put our head in it.”

And while we’re at it, let’s go way off the deep end and resort to emotional insanity and name-calling of anyone who tries to come up with a plan that will keep the entire system from collapse.

The House of Representatives passed a budget, sends it to the Senate, where it awaits Harry Reid and the democrat majority to bring it up for a vote.

Posted:  05.19.11 @ 11:18 a.m.

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David Gregory, Barack Obama and food stamps

David Gregory on Meet the Press Sunday blatantly implies that food stamp recipients are black and therefore you cannot mention the words “food stamps” in the same sentence as Obama.  Only in a race-obsessed mind would one even make this connection.

Secondly, it is hereby proclaimed that any criticism or mention of Barack Obama is only referring to his white half.  I believe it was his white mother who once received food stamps, according to him.

” When her son was almost 2, Ann returned to college. Money was tight. She collected food stamps and relied on her parents to help take care of young Barack”

In light of David Gregory’s inquiry of Newt Gingrich on Sunday:

Mark Levin plays the race game with the liberal networks, especially NBC and their “bastard off-child” MSNBC:

“Let’s go look at NBC News. A very, very white guy is in charge of the companythat owns NBC News. NBC News is run by very, very white guys. ‘Meet the Press’ has only had white guys in the anchor chair. ‘NBC Nightly News’ – a white guy. Let’s look at their bastard off-child, MSLSD: Chris Matthews – the whitest of the white guys, Joe Scarborough – white, Ed Schultz – fat and white, Larry O’Donnell – mental patient and white, Rachel, what is her name anyway, Maddow – white. It’s so white over there I’m blinded.”

Posted:  05.17.11 @ 8:32 a.m.

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