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Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Gingrich Apologizes To Ryan After Being Blasted At Townhalls! He's Finished!

I Told Ya So!

America Is Tired Of Newt Gingrich Style Politics!

He's Out Of Touch & Still Trying To Use Racially-Charged/ "Southern Strategy" Rhetoric To Win Big Political Races.

Such Racially Divisive Gimmicks Didn't Work For The McCain-Palin Ticket Back In 2008 & Its NOT Going To Work In 2011 Either!

No Personal Offense But If A Man Or Woman, Can't Properly Manage Their Own Household Or Keep Their Marriage Intact, How In The World Can They Manage An Entire Nation??

Newt Recently Blasted Paul Ryan's Medicare Killing Budget, Calling It "RADICAL".

Well Now I'll Have To Agree With Him On That One.

Paul Ryan's George W. Bush-Inspired Idea To Privatize Our Nation's Medicare & Social Security System Is Not Only RADICAL, Its Also CRAZY!

In Fact Its A Death Panel/ Health Insurance Company Profiteering Scam!

So Congress (GOP Members) Thinks American Voters Who Worked Hard All Of Their Lives & Paid Into The Medicare And Social Security Systems, Will Stand Idly By While Someone In Washington, DC Gambles With Their Investment Via Privatization??

You Know Like How They Do It On Wall Street.

Do You Really Think America's Senior Citizen Voters Are That Stupid????

But Since The GOP Party Appears To Be Hell Bent On Riding Ryan's "Kill Medicare" Wagon No Matter How Angry It Makes Voters Including Older Republican & Independent Voters, I Guess Pres. Obama Will Just Sit Back And Wait For The Overflow Come November 2012.

Remember November 2008?

Newt Sit Down Dude!

Your Finished!

Instead Of Wasting Time & Money Campaigning For A Presidential Race You Will NEVER Win NOT In A Million Years, Why Not Try Working With Pres. Obama To Show America's Younger Voters How Its Really Supposed To Be Done?

Instead Of Fighting So Hard To Destroy Barack Obama ONLY Because He's BLACK!

In The Spirit Of Bi-Partisanship Why Not Try Working With Him, Praying For Him, Helping Him To Become An Even Better Leader?

You Know Like How You Helped George W. Bush.


Then Your Finished!

Better Yet The Entire Ronald Reagan - George. W. Bush Inspired/ White ONLY Power Structured Republican Party Movement Is Finished!!

America Is Tired Of That Divisive, Racist Crap!

Just For The Record GOP Brain-washed Black & Hispanic Tokens Won't Get It Either!

i.e., Michael Steele; Herman Cain.

Its Time For REAL Diversity!

Its Time For UNITY!

See You At The Polls.


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Gingrich apologizes to Ryan after 'radical' comment

Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich spoke late Tuesday afternoon with Republican Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin in the wake of his comments regarding Ryan’s plan to reform Medicare.

Gingrich spokesman Rick Tyler told CNN Gingrich was “reaching out” and that the call “went very well.”

Tyler did not say directly if Gingrich issued an apology, but did not dispute Ryan’s characterization of the phone call. Ryan told conservative talk radio host Michael Medved earlier that Gingrich apologized.

Tyler said that Gingrich placed the call between 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. ET from Minneapolis, where the former House Speaker is addressing the Minnesota Family Council dinner.

“The objective was to get them in a conversation,” Tyler said. “There weren’t hard feelings between them.”

A spokesman for Ryan said he "accepted Former Speaker Gingrich's apology" during Tuesday's phone conversation.

The former Georgia congressman has faced criticism from members of his party for comments he made during an interview with NBC’s “Meet the Press,” in which he called the Medicare provision in the House GOP budget plan proposed by Ryan a “radical change.”

"What you want to have is a system where people voluntarily migrate to better outcomes, better solutions, better options, not one where you suddenly impose it," Gingrich said Sunday. "I am against Obamacare imposing radical change, and I would be against a conservative imposing radical change."

Gingrich later walked back the comment, saying he largely supports Ryan's proposal and has long supported a repeal of the health care law.

"Let me just say I think Paul Ryan did a great job overall but I think the Medicare part needs to go through a public process, discussion, and improvement and modification and I think it can," Gingrich told CNN. "I think he has the beginning of what could be an extraordinary plan."

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