IF NEWT GETS THE NOD, THERE WILL BE WAR

From the New York Times

Gingrich Jousts With Rivals Ahead of Vote

By JIM RUTENBERG and JEFF ZELENY

Newt Gingrich turned aside questions about his marital history at the final Republican debate before the South Carolina primary, and then took on Mitt Romney

Turned aside ??  Good heavens and mercy me, Gingrich did not turn it aside; he threw it back in their face!  “and then he took on Romney”? No, New York Times, not quite.  And then he took on the press.  

Gingrich’s remarks were a virtual declaration of war on the media. When Ronald Reagan knocked the press he was polite.  Mild mannered George W. Bush didn’t knock the press.  You might say their styles were appeasement.  Newt’s style is war.

It was not MSNBC that he was attacking.  That network came fully out of the closet some time ago.  It was ABC and all the other left “leaning” media that some people, believe it or not, still think report the news objectively.  Gingrich has given a lot of people reason to pause and think. And that’s a good thing.

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2 responses to “IF NEWT GETS THE NOD, THERE WILL BE WAR

  1. Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul are the only visionaries, but none of the four are dunces. Gingrich is the most powerful speaker by far. His strengths are obvious, his weaknesses are not. Paul lost me when he blamed the World Trade Center bombing on America. Gingrich lost me with his vicious attacks on members of the only party we have and our only hope to defeat Obama in November.

  2. You people are taking your polls in he wrong place. Everyone I know likes Newt. He is the only BRAIN In the bunch.

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