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Monday, May 16, 2011

Newt Seeks Forgiveness But Tried To Impeach Clinton; HYPOCRITE!

Despite Recently Calling Pres. Obama A "Food Stamp President", Former U.S. House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R) Denies Any Racist Undertones In His 2012 Bid Against Barack Obama.

Such Hypocrisy & Rhetoric Coming From The Man Who Sent Thousands Of People Back To Welfare & Food Stamp Lines After His "Contract With America" Policies Failed.

He Also Wants Voters To Forget His Adulterous Past & 3 Marriages.

Let's Just Say That I'll Overlook His Past When Hell Freezes Over!!

Wait A Minute!

Isn't Gingrich The Same Dude Who Tried To Impeach Bill Clinton For His Adulterous Acts Of Indiscretion With Monica Lewisky While Cheating On His OWN Wife??


So Wouldn't You Say That Gingrich's Adulterous Affairs & Multiple Marriages Classifies Him As A Hypocrite??


Should America's Voters Kindly "Overlook" What Newt Considers To Be Simple "Personal Mistakes"?


Has Gingrich Changed His Spots?


Please Tell Me How In The World How Can 2 Adulterous Affairs & 3 Marriages To 3 Different Women Be Considered As Little Ole' "Personal Mistakes"?


And I Think That Wife No.3 Had Better Be On Guard By Keeping Her Bags Packed Just In Case!

Now I Know The Mainstream Media Is Trying To Compare Gingrich With Bill Clinton By Claiming Clinton's Indiscretions Seemed To Have No Bearing On His Ability To Govern.

I Don't Know If That Observation Is True Since Character DOES Count In Life However....

Bill Clinton NEVER Claimed To Be A Christian, Nor Did He Ever Appeal To Conservative Christian Voters!

You See According To Gingrich If You Are BLACK Or A Democrat Its Impossible To Seek Or Expect God's Forgiveness For Indiscretions.

No, In Newt Gingrich's World God ONLY Forgives White Men Within The Republican Party For Their Indiscretions.

Let's Also Include Former Republican Senator John Ensign In That Number.

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Now As It Relates To Newt Gingrich Being Labeled As A Racist, Yes! I Do Believe Newt Gingrich Is A Racist NOT A Christian!

Gingrich Has Made It NO Secret That He Refuses To EVER Work With Or Support America's First BLACK President But Yet He Claims NOT To Be A Racist??

But Yet He Claims To Be A Christian??

With The Demonstration Of His Recent Obviously Racially Undertoned Comments ("Food Stamp President", "Path To Detroit"), His Extremely Divisive Dirty Political Mudslinging & His Openly Adulterous Lifestyle, Gingrich Gives REAL Christians A Bad Name!

So While Pres. Obama Isn't Perfect (ONLY God Almighty Is), At Least He's STILL Married To The SAME Woman!!

Can We ALL Agree That America Will NEVER Again Be Known As AmeriKKKa, A Country Formerly Ruled By White Men & White Women??

Instead Going Forward Our Nation Will Be Known As A Multi-Culturally Diverse Nation Rich With Opportunities For EVERYONE!


Let The Church Say Amen!

In The Meantime I'll Continue To Pray & Plead The Blood Of Jesus Over This Nation, The Obama Family, The Obama Administration & My Family.



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Gingrich explains personal 'mistakes,' rejects charges of racist undertones

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said Sunday that voters are entitled to ask questions about the “mistakes” he has made in his personal life but said he’s confident that many social conservatives will back him in his 2012 presidential bid.

Gingrich, who has been married three times and has admitted to past extramarital affairs, said on NBC’s Meet the Press that Americans should look to the "strong marriage" he has with his current wife, Callista, and consider the “forgiveness” he sought from God for his personal transgressions.

“Every American has the right to ask these questions,” he said. “I have made mistakes in my life. I have had to go to God for forgiveness and to seek reconciliation. And I ask them to look at who I am today."

The former House Speaker said many conservative Republicans already back him despite the less squeaky-clean portions of his personal past.

“I have a large number of social conservatives who support me because, as we’ve talked this through, they’ve reached a different conclusion about what America needs and what I can bring in trying to fill that role of leader,” Gingrich said.

Gingrich announced his formal entry into the 2012 presidential race on Wednesday.

Explaining his decision to run, Gingrich said that he felt a civic obligation to throw his hat into the presidential ring. “When you look at where we are, it just seemed to me to not seek to help the country fix the problems we have would have been a failure of citizenship on my part,” he said.

Gingrich criticized the Medicare plan backed by House Budget Committee chair Paul Ryan, saying that Ryan's proposal to turn the health care plan for the elderly into a voucher system "too big a jump."

"I don't think right-wing social engineering is any more desirable than left-wing social engineering," he said after being asked about the Ryan plan. "I don't think imposing radical change from the right or the left is a very good way for free society to operate."

The onetime Georgia lawmaker bristled at accusations that some of his criticisms of President Barack Obama – including his labeling of the current commander-in-chief as a “food stamp president” – have racial undertones.

“That’s bizarre,” he responded.

“What I said is factually true,” he added, noting that one of every six Americans receives food stamps. “And to hide behind the charge of racism? I have never said anything about President Obama which is racist.”

Pressed by host David Gregory about how he believes the president views America, Gingrich doubled down on his charge that Obama does not believe that the United States is fundamentally unique among the world’s nations.

“Look, I believe he loves America. I think he has a very different vision of what America is,” Gingrich said, adding that he is ‘fairly confident’ that Obama does not believe in “American exceptionalism.”

“He’s learned recently how to say it,” he said. “But if you go back and look at the first two years of his presidency it was a real change.”

Is Anyone Surprised That Former U.S. House Speaker & 2012 Presidential Candidate Newt Gingrich (R) Recently Labeled Pres. Obama The "Food Stamp President"?

I'm NOT Because Such Divisive Political Mudslinging Is Newt's M.O.

However Isn't It Amazing How Soon One Forgets?

I Guess Newt Forgot How Many People He Sent Back To The Welfare Rolls With His Failed, Racist "Welfare Reform"/ "Contract With America" Policies.

Yep! The Same Racist Welfare Reform Programs He Chose To Intentionally Underfund Thus Sending Those Same Welfare Recipients Back To Receiving Food Stamps & Gov't Checks!

I Presume Mr. Gingrich Wasn't Aware That Historically More White People Have Used Food Stamps Than Minorities Ever Could.

Now What If Pres. Obama Chose To Conduct Himself In The Same Childish Way By Calling Attention To Newt's Adulterous, Cheating Behavior?

Thank God Pres. Obama Has Instead Chosen To Stand On The Issues & By Pointing To His Political Victories, One Being His Administration's Killing Of Osama Bin Laden.

Gingrich Has Consistently Been Paraded As The GOP's "Idea Guru".

Nothing Wrong With Having Comprehensive Ideas Unless Those Ideas Are Targeted At Oppressing Black & Hispanic Citizens.

I Say Its Time To Give Newt Gingrich The Title He So Rightfully Deserves: "GOP Political Guru Of Dirty Politics!"

See You At The Polls Folks!


Gingrich: 2012 election biggest since Lincoln in 1860

Republican Newt Gingrich told a Georgia audience on Friday evening that the 2012 presidential election is the most consequential since the 1860 race that elected Abraham Lincoln to the White House and was soon followed by the Civil War.

Addressing the Georgia Republican Party's convention, Gingrich said the nation is at a crossroads and that the re-election of Democratic President Barack Obama would lead to four more years of "radical left-wing values" that would drive the nation to ruin.

Gingrich also blasted Obama as "the most successful food stamp president in modern American history."

The former House speaker gave his speech at the end of a day of campaigning that took him from a gathering of economic conservatives in Washington to an old-style restaurant in Georgia and then the evening gathering of the party faithful.

Gingrich received a warm welcome at the GOP dinner. He represented Georgia in Congress for two decades and is stressing his ties anew after having lived in northern Virginia for more than a decade.

"I am glad to be home," Gingrich said Friday evening.

On economic issues, the 67-year-old Gingrich said his program would lead to more paychecks.

He outlined a jobs plan that would eliminate the estate and capital gains taxes and lower the corporate tax rate, which he said would infuse the nation's sputtering economy with new investment.

He said the United States needs to reexamine its relationship with Pakistan after revelations that Osama bin Laden had been hiding out there for years as America poured billions of dollars in aid into the country.

"I was trying to figure out what the word ally meant," Gingrich said. "I know what the word sucker meant. How stupid do you think we are?"

Many dissatisfied with GOP field

Some 45 percent of Republicans now say they're dissatisfied with the GOP candidates who have declared or are thought to be serious about running, up from 33 percent two months ago, according to an Associated Press-GfK poll. Just 41 percent are satisfied with the likely Republican field, down from 52 percent.

Plenty are holding out for somebody else.

In North Carolina, retiree Robert Osborne is hoping New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will decide to run. In Indiana, farmer Brent Smith wishes Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour hadn't backed away. In Georgia, stock clerk Susan Demarest would love to see somebody more like Ronald Reagan.

Ohio's William Johnson just wants somebody who's not a "cold fish."

"I don't expect them to get up there and start doing karaoke, but we need somebody with a little more spunk," says the Columbus steelworker.

While the Republican roster of candidates is growing almost by the day — Ron Paul declared on Friday, and Mike Huckabee says he'll make an important announcement this weekend — satisfaction with the field appears to be shrinking.

The poll was conducted May 5-9 by GfK Roper Public Affairs and Corporate Communications. It involved landline and cellphone interviews with 1,001 adults nationwide and had a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 4.2 percentage points. The survey included 378 Republicans, and that subset had a larger, 6.9 percentage point margin of error.

Former Arkansas Gov. Huckabee, who is viewed favorably by 72 percent of Republicans, has the highest rating of the lot.

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, who was the GOP vice presidential nominee in 2008, is viewed favorably by two-thirds of Republicans, as is Romney, who made a strong bid for the presidential nomination last time. Romney has all but announced this time; Palin is more of a question mark.

Gingrich quite popular

The only other major Republican with a favorability rating above 50 percent in the poll was Gingrich, who didn't enter the presidential race until the week after the poll was conducted. His favorability rating was 61 percent.

Forty-five percent viewed businessman and TV celebrity Donald Trump, another potential candidate, favorably compared to 50 percent who rated him unfavorably.

GOP favorability ratings for lesser-known Republicans asked about in the poll: former Texas Rep. Paul, 49 percent; Rep. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota , 41 percent; former Sen. Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania, 36 percent; former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty, 33 percent; Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels, 30 percent; former Utah Gov. and Ambassador to China Jon Huntsman, 20 percent.

In an interview with The Associated Press earlier Friday Gingrich said he's grown more mature since his days as House speaker, and before that, when he was often described as a bomb-throwing insurgent member of the House Republican minority.

He said it took him two years after taking the reins in Congress to learn that he had to re-calibrate his style and change his message.

And by then, he said, "the damage had been done."

"There are the things you want to say and what you need to say," Gingrich told The AP.

Some have questioned whether Gingrich — known for his combative style and what some consider over-the-top rhetoric — has the temperament and discipline to be president.

Last year, he suggested U.S. Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor was a racist, said Obama is best understood by his "Kenyan, anti-colonial behavior," and argued that placing a mosque near ground zero in New York City was akin to placing a Nazi sign next to the Holocaust Museum.

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