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Charles410 said...

Conservatives win elections by running on and standing firm on their Conservative principles. Newt Gingrich has an undeniable ability to articulate the Conservative view better than anyone. Newt will take Obama to the proverbial woodshed in any debate, on any issue, at any time. Besides, he has the most feasible, well thought-out plans of all the candidates to begin turning our great country around to recovery, prosperity, security, and back to our roots as intended by our founding fathers. But don't take my word for it. Go to www.Newt.org, see for yourself, do more research, then make your decision.

99% of the comments made on Newt Gingrich are inaccurate to put it nicely! Find the truth here.... http://www.newt.org/answers/

Then look at his plans to turn America around here: http://www.newt.org/solutions/

Don't let the Republican establishment and pundits lead you astray. Do your own research, then make up your own mind, based on facts, not calculated misrepresentations.

Conservatives win elections by running on and standing firm on their Conservative principles.

March 5, 2012 at 7:51 p.m.
Charles410 said...

"It ought to be unfair to the quarterbacks, as presidential candidates should be the best and brightest among us." I'll put Newt's IQ up against anyone's, yours included David! Newt has the proven sucessful experience we need to lead our country at this point in our history. He is a great thinker with bold ideas, and has proven he can convert these ideas into real working solutions, contrary to the inaccurate charges stating otherwise from his past disgruntled colleagues whom he had to take on in some issues, as well as the Republican establishment and pundits. And David, your comment "But looking at the primary ballot is like walking by a mirror, expecting to see a version of yourself, and instead seeing Shrek staring back. Or a Newt." is just childish and condescending.

March 5, 2012 at 7:48 p.m.
Charles410 said...

And this info! •Santorum voted in 1997 to support the Lautenberg Gun Ban, “which stripped law-abiding gun owners of their Second Amendment rights for life, simply because they spanked their children or did nothing more than grab a spouse’s wrist,” according to a press release from Dudley Brown, executive director of the National Association for Gun Rights. •Santorum voted in 1999 for a bill “disguised as an attempt to increase penalties on drug traffickers with guns … but it also included a provision to require federal background checks at gun shows,” again according to Dudley Brown’s release. •Santorum “came to anti-gun Arlen Specter’s defense in 2004 when he was down in the polls against pro-gun Republican Pat Toomey. Specter won and continued to push for gun control during his years in the Senate,” per Brown. •Santorum voted with Barbara Boxer in 2005 on the Gun Lock Requirement Amendment •Santorum voted for the Firearms Manufacturers Protection Bill and then flip-flopped and voted against it in S 1805 – Firearms Manufacturers Protection Bill •Santorum voted against HR 2356 – Campaign Reform Act of 2001 •Santorum voted for an amendment to the Communications Act of 1934 that requires television broadcast providers to give their lowest rates to political candidates. •Santorum voted for HR 1 – No Child Left Behind Act •Santorum sponsored legislation to force companies to pay laid off workers benefits. •Santorum worked for an increase in funding big government programs like Head Start. •Santorum voted for taxpayer money to go to Pennsylvania families for their heating bills. •Santorum introduced and co-sponsored big government health-care bills. •Santorum voted for HR 796 – the protection of abortion clinics •Santorum actively supports the Global Fund, which was created by the United Nations to fight HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria, but also “channels a large portion of its funds through Planned Parenthood’s affiliates around the world and through a British group Marie Stopes International (the largest chain of abortion mills in the UK, with 66,000 abortions a year.)… to operate in Cambodia, Fiji, Bangladesh, Sierra Leone, Uganda, Burma, Kenya, Tanzania, and other countries,” according to the pro-life Gerard Health Foundation that provides millions of dollars to pro-life groups. •Santorum boasted of teaming up with Joe Lieberman, Barbara Boxer and Hillary Clinton in his 2006 political ad for re-election to the U.S. Senate, which he lost to Democrat Bob Casey Jr. by the largest margin of victory ever for a Democratic Senate nominee in Pennsylvania and the largest margin of victory for a Senate challenger in the 2006 elections. •Santorum opposed the tea party and its reforms in the Republican Party and conservative movement just a couple years ago saying, “I have some real concerns about this movement within the Republican party … to sort of refashion conservatism. And I will vocally and publicly oppose it.”

March 5, 2012 at 7:23 p.m.
Charles410 said...

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But what will Obama's political machine do with this info?! •Santorum was a serial earmarker, requesting billions of dollars during his time in the Senate, and not reversing his position on earmarks until he was out of Congress in 2010. As recently as 2009, Rick said, “I’m not saying necessarily earmarks are bad. I have had a lot of earmarks. In fact, I’m very proud of all the earmarks I’ve put in bills. I’ll defend earmarks.” •Santorum voted for H J Res 47 Debt Limit Increase Resolution •Santorum voted to raise the national debt ceiling five times •Santorum voted for the 2005 highway bill that included thousands and thousands of wasteful earmarks, including the Bridge to Nowhere. In fact, according to Club for Growth, “in a separate vote, Santorum had the audacity to vote to continue funding the Bridge to Nowhere rather than send the money to rebuild New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.” •Santorum voted for CAFTA, which removes duties on textile and apparel goods traded among participating nations, resulting in nearly ALL textile companies leaving the South. •Santorum voted for Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (though he now says he will repeal it), which imposes job-killing federal regulations on businesses. •Santorum voted against the National Right to Work Act of 1995, which would have repealed provisions of federal law that “require employees to pay union dues or fees as a condition of employment.” •Santorum voted for taxes in the Internet Access Tax Bill •Santorum voted for HR 3448 – Minimum Wage Increase bill, which allows punitive damages for injury or illness to be taxed, allows damages for emotional distress to be taxed and repeals the diesel fuel tax rebate to purchasers of diesel-powered automobiles and light trucks. •Santorum voted to confirm President Bill Clinton’s nomination of Alan Greenspan to be chairman of the board of governors of the Federal Reserve System for a fourth four-year term. •Santorum voted for Medicare prescription drug benefit known as Medicare Part D, though critical of it now. It is the largest expansion of entitlement spending since President Lyndon Johnson, which now costs taxpayers more than $60 billion a year and has almost $16 trillion in unfunded liabilities, according to Club for Growth.

March 5, 2012 at 7:21 p.m.
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