Forum Post: Why Newt Gingrich shouldn't run
Posted 11 years ago on Jan. 22, 2012, 11:50 a.m. EST by HenkVeen
from Utrecht, UT
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The anagram coming up first in the generator when you type in his full name, Newton Leroy Gingrich, is: Incoherently growing. Now isn't that a coïncidence? The precise defenition of the problem with the US and World economy. Unwise growt through lack of moral leadership. Now will name make the man the solution, or the continuation of the trouble?
while I'll take Newt any day over Mitt, most people don't realize that Newt can not win the nomination. Both Newt and Rick have failed to register in states ballots TOTALING 564 DELEGATES, remember any candidate needs 1,144 delegates out of 2,286 to win the nominee.
the repelican party is DONE
[-] 0 points by Kirby (25) 0 minutes ago
You have deluded yourself.
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That is not very likely. I've been engaged in revolt of the social construct for quite some time - and only articulated a case for revolt in 2009.
Here we are. On the cusp of revolution.
The repelican party has lied - repeatedly - reganonomics is a failure, blue dress stains do not trump issues of national security like terrorism, and Global Warming is here.
Holding up the budget debate with brinkmanship, creating market uncertainty that drove jobs and market numbers down six weeks into that debate, and all for the purpose of political gain - these are all issues of very serious national concern. We cannot keep kicking the can down the road when it comes to our national debt - and we cannot balance the budget on the backs of middle class America.
Repelican policy of economic deregulation has brought us to the brink of economic collapse.
It is inevitable, given both the sum of the lies and the sweeping policy failures - the people will vote these repelican fools out of office.
It's just a matter of time.
It's also a matter of national security.
You will see this become quite apparent over the course of the next six years.
What is uncertain is whether there will be ice caps left at either pole by that time.
we will see.