Why was he reading this book before the 2008 Election?
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After all, this is America!
It’s Anybody’s Ball Game at this Point !
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Newt Gingrich resurrected his campaign Saturday with a convincing victory in the South Carolina Republican presidential primary, leveraging strong debate performances and a handful of wrong turns by Mitt Romney to surge past the former frontrunner and reset the race now headed to Florida.
After claiming his first primary win, the former House speaker rallied supporters on the road to the next contest on Jan. 31. Gingrich, looking to convey the image of a general election candidate, focused his victory speech almost entirely on President Obama, unloading some of his toughest criticism to date on the White House incumbent.
“He makes Jimmy Carter look strong,” Gingrich quipped at the close of his speech.
Gingrich faces organizational challenges, but said he would rely on message to propel him forward. “We don’t have the kind of money at least one of the candidates has, but we do have ideas and we do have people.”
Gingrich locked up a decisive victory in the state. With 100 percent of precincts reporting, Gingrich pulled in 41 percent of the vote, to Romney’s 27 percent. Rick Santorum finished in third with 17 percent, followed by Ron Paul with 13 percent. Herman Cain, who dropped out before the first contest, garnered 1 percent.
It is not just about which Candidate Can Beat Obama?
It’s About Which Candidate can
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Seems Newt Gingrich has a Questionable Track Record on some Issues. The question is should we be Concerned? Mitt Romney also seems to have some questions about his Track Record and Ron Paul, oh well, lets just say some are concerned about some of his Ideas. Win Lose or Draw it looks like they may end up being the ones we will have to choose between.
Lets not forget John McCain. You don’t even want to get me started on him! He fooled us all or was he just the lesser of Two Evils?
Lets take a look at the Poll Numbers from November 2nd, just one short month ago
(December 3rd, One month Later)
New Iowa Poll Has Gingrich Leading Over Paul Then Romney in 3-Way Race
A new poll released by the Des Moines Register Saturday has former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich taking a palpable lead in support from Iowa Republican caucusgoers, followed by Texas Rep. Ron Paul and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney in a three-candidate race. With Iowa kicking off voting in the presidential nominating process just a month away on January 3, Gingrich has support from 25 percent of likely Republican caucusgoers in the Hawkeye state.
Selzer & Co. of Des Moines conducted the poll of 401 likely Republican caucusgoers between November 27 and 30. The poll has a margin of error of plus or minus 4.9 percentage points. The poll was conducted before Georgia businessman Herman Cain suspended his candidacy on Saturday. Cain amassed 8 percent, tied with Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann. The same Iowa poll conducted between October 23 and 26 had Cain at 23 percent support and Gingrich at only 7
Paul has risen to second with 18 percent and Romeny slipped to third with 16 percent. Undecided came in fourth place with 11 percent.
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I present to you Newt Gingrich, a Five Part Series in his own words. Watch the Videos and Decide for Yourself
We Could Do Worse
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