Uploaded by BreitbartNews on Mar 4, 2012
Awesome! Go Newt!!!
Uploaded by chuckyoushoomer on Feb 20, 2012
Newt Gingrich addresses the NRA in a way that No Other presidential candidate has before in 24 yrs.
Every single website is saturating their news post attempting to downplay Newt Gingrich’s presidential campaign. This all-out effort is proof positive that this man is at the right time in the right place. We need somebody like Newt Gingrich that can go into Washington and go to work on day one. All the other presidential candidates is a mere learn on the job apprentice compared to Newt Gingrich.
• 20 year success record in congress
• 1st Republican to elected Speaker of the House in 40 years
• 1st to be re-elected since 1928
• Balanced the Federal Budget for 4 years, in our lifetime
• Passed wefare reform, in our lifetime
Our tea party brothers stand ready to vote for a man that will restore the pride and strength of the United States since we have not seen since Ronald Reagan.
Uploaded by WinningOurFuture on Jan 27, 2012
Despite all of the lies from the Romney camp, while Romney was flip-floping in 2008, Newt was standing up to Fannie and Freddie and was actively wanting to hold them accountable.
Dang I’m good!!! Just kidding you guys. Ha! ;)
Uploaded by BreitbartNews on Jan 31, 2012
Maddow slammed Gingrich’s speech in Florida, attacking him for mentioning out President Obama’s singing.
“Newt Gingrich brought back the food stamps president thing — and then tonight, he went to ‘President Obama ought to stop singing, ought to stop being the Entertainer-in-Chief.’ Sort of caricaturing him in a way that calls out to minstrelsy!”
I have not had a chance to scan through this just yet. But, I wanted to share it with all of you so that we can read the TRUTH for ourselves instead of relying on some baseless accusations made by the Romney crew and Ms. Nancy Pelosi.
Uploaded by ngingrich on Jan 28, 2012
Which candidate has the best chance of beating Obama?
Well, I would answer, which candidate is most passionate about the sudden and relentless reform that is needed. Which candidate understands that government is not the answer, not on a state level–say when it comes to mandating what level of healthcare you must purchase–or on a national level.
And I think that comes down to who can articulate their ideas, their solutions best. And in a campaign the way you articulate that is in a debate. And I’ve appreciated, again, Newt Gingrich’s style in debates, his thinking, his way of explaining what it is that he stands for. So, I think, that in a debate Newt Gingrich would clobber Barack Obama, and that is one step closer to the voters being able to have a tool to make up their mind whether it should be Barack Obama or the GOP nominee. – Sarah Palin
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Originally broadcast on FOX News, January 28, 2012