Newt Challenges Pelosi: “Spit It Out!”

Here is the link in case you missed the video clip of Nancy Pelosi’s “I ‘know something’ on Newt Gingrich” comment.

 

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Washington Examiner Campaign 2012 Digest 10/07/11

Mitt Romney:

Romney: U.S. should lead, not follow.

Global investors in poll favor Romney over rivals on economy.

Romney aide trades on political ties.

Herman Cain:

Herman Cain and Lawrence O’Donnell duke it out.

Herman Cain calls Wall St. protesters “Un-American.”

Rick Perry:

Rick Perry backer Robert Jeffress: Mitt Romney not a Christian.

On camera, Rick Perry addresses ni**erhead rock.

The Cook Report: It’s Perry’s to win.

Ron Paul:

Ron Paul Launches national-security themed ad.

Michele Bachmann:

Bachmann bill would require mothers to have ultrasounds before abortion.

Dropping Poll numbers moves Bachmann back to social issues.

Rick Santorum:

Santorum blasts Obama’s failure to defend marriage.

Santorum on ‘Occupy Wall Street’ protests: ‘I understand the frustration.’

Santorum swipes Cain’s 9-9-9 plan, offers 0-0-0.

Newt Gingrich

Newt to Sarah: Please call me.

John Huntsman:

On Romney’s heels, Huntsman announces foreign-policy speech.
Charlie Spiering
Washington Examiner

Washington Examiner’s 2012 Campaign Daily Digest

Rick Perry:

Perry steps up criticism of Romney.

The New York Times says E.P.A. is longtime favorite target for Perry

Mitt Romney:

Romney meets with former rival Huckabee.

Romney: Vicente Fox endorsed Perry’s tuition plan.

Supreme Court ruling against health care mandate could help Romney.

Herman Cain:

Democratic strategist Cornell Belcher says Cain’s “Brainwashed” remark was “racist, bigoted.”

Morning Jay: Why Herman Cain could be a game changer

Will Cain’s 9-9-9 plan work?

Ron Paul

Texas Rep. Ron Paul brings in over $5 million in 3rd quarter

Paul condemns ‘assassinating’ al-Awlaki

Michele Bachmann:

New Bachmann video: ‘We can’t settle’ for Perry on immigration

Bachmann condemns Arab Spring, blames it on Obama

Rick Santorum

Santorum says the American people are tired of the ‘Mitt and Rick Show’

He also hits Perry on ‘heart’ walkback and calls Herman Cain’s 9-9-9 plan a huge mistake

Newt Gingrich:

Gingrich to GOP presidential candidates: Stop fighting and ‘get over it’

Gingrich calls same-sex marriage a ‘Temporary Aberration’

Jon Huntsman:

Huntsman moving his national campaign headquarters from Florida to Manchester, NH

Trump aide says Huntsman wanted an audition.

Who is Herman Cain?

Herman Cain delivered ‘shock and awe‘ not only at the Republican debate, but by winning the Florida straw poll decisively. In fact, he didn’t just leave the other candidates in the dust, he left them several states over. Just how ‘decisively’ you ask? Well, let me enlighten you:

  • Herman Cain: 37 percent
  • Rick Perry: 15 percent
  • Mitt Romney: 14 percent
  • Rick Santorum: 10.9 percent
  • Ron Paul: 10.4 percent
  • Newt Gingrich: 8.4 percent
  • Jon Huntsman: 2.3 percent
  • Michelle Bachmann: 1.5 percent
  • Gary Johnson (not on ballot)

That, ladies and gentlemen, was a good ole’ fashioned political stomping. Well done, sir… And I can’t think of anything that would tickle me more than a Tea Party candidate knocking the crap out of RINOs and Progressives on the right. So, even though it is still very, very early in the race, I want to take a few moments to bask in the win for Herman Cain and let our readers get to know him better.

Herman Cain is the ex-CEO of Godfather’s Pizza. He brought them back from the brink of financial ruin, he can do the same for America. Contrast that with Obama, who has not only taken America to the brink of the financial Armageddon cliff, but is doing his damnedest to sling us off said cliff. Cain was the Chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City – I’m willing to overlook that one. I truly believe he is a good and honorable man.

Cain has no political experience, which I consider a plus. In fact, it endears him to not only me, but the Tea Party movement. He’s not sullied with political grime on his hands.

Cain hates taxes. Glory freaking hallelujah! His 999 plan is one that even I can get behind. Check it out. The plan is simple and elegant, plus Cain supports the Fair Tax. My kind of guy.

The 999 Plan

  • A 9% tax on Corporate Profits
  • A 9% Personal Flat Tax Rate
  • A 9% National Sales Tax

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Looks like I WILL NOT be supporting Newt Gingrich

When asked during Thursday’s GOP debate which of his fellow candidates he would want for vice president, Gingrich said he wasn’t sure. He said Saturday that his response should have been that he couldn’t choose from the candidates on stage because Rubio wasn’t there.

“Can you imagine Marco Rubio debating Joe Biden?” Gingrich said to a standing ovation. “The contrast between common sense and liberal nonsense would be so big.”

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First off… let me make it clear that I really do like Marco Rubio.  I think that he is a great Senator… but he is NOT eligible to run for President OR Vice President of the United States of America!

He is NOT a ‘natural born citizen‘ because his father did NOT become naturalized to the U.S. until AFTER Marco was born.  Here is the documentation proving this to be true.

Come on people!!!  We have spent the past 3 years trying to prove that Barack Obama is NOT eligible to be POTUS & then some of you turn right around and say that you want Marco Rubio to be the Vice Presidential candidate in 2012?!?!?!

What is wrong with you people?!?!?  You all claim to be Constitution-loving American citizens… but then turn around & go completely against it.  By supporting this… it makes you just as guilty of going against the Constitution as the Obama Kool-Aid drinkers.

Shame on all of you that support this idea!!!

One more thing… you see what has happened to our country the last time a “non-natural born citizen” that gave really great speeches was elected President.  Don’t make the same mistake again!

Google–Fox Republican Presidential Debate 9/22/11 (Full Video)

Best Line of the Debate:

“My next-door neighbor’s two dogs have created more shovel-ready jobs than this current administration.”Gary Johnson