Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Newt Gingrich gets PUT DOWN by Marco Rubio

Newt Gingrich's decision today to bash Mitt Romney for hiring former Charlie Crist loyalists and employees doesn't seem to be sitting well with Sen. Marco Rubio, who drove Crist out of the Republican Party before beating him at the polls in 2010.

Said Rubio: "Mitt Romney is no Charlie Crist. Romney is a conservative. and he was one of the first national Republican leaders to endorse me. He came to Florida, campaigned hard for me, and made a real difference in my race."

The rest of the story is HERE.

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Anonymous said...

That could be the GOP ticket.

Right Wingnut said...

This was hardly a put down.

Also from the article...

Rubio's also a fan of Gingrich, incidentally. Gingrich helped Rubio promote his 100 Ideas for Florida's Future book and helped Rubio elevate his profile nationally when he was Florida House Speaker.

Not long ago, he said he still has a signed photo of Newt in his office, and that he's been an admirer since his days as Speaker.

Your search for a glimmer of hope for Mitt is proving to be futile.

Anonymous said...

I believe Newty was caught lying about his lobbying for Freddie;but knowing the GOP they will probably reward him with a badge of honor and an increase in poll numbers. Since We all know that the GOP has thrown out the values plank in their platform.

I would think it should be quite clear with this evidence that Newty was a lobbyist for Freddie.


Terrye said...


Really? It sounds to me like he is saying that Gingrich is full of sh*t...

And you are right..some of us are holding onto that glimmer of hope that Republicans are not politically suicidal or deluded enough to nominate a crook like Gingrich.

Doug NYC GOP said...

*What a slap int da face!

Ha HA Ha.

By the way, take a look over Romney's shoulder. Who's picture on the cover of TIME magazine is that hanging on Marco's wall?

Romney pulls this out and wins Florida by 2-3 points.

Terrye said...

Doug..well maybe some of this support for Newt is weak, after all 3 months ago half of the people shilling for him hated his guts and did not have a good word to say about him...talk about flip floppers.

Right Wingnut said...

Doug, LOL....

Here's your prediction in advance of South Carolina....

Doug NYC GOP Says:
January 21st, 2012 at 7:38 am
Hope I made the cut….
Romney 34
Newt 33
Santorum 17
Paul 13
All others 3

Here's mine....

Right Wingnut Says:
January 20th, 2012 at 11:46 pm
Gingrich 36
Mitt 27
Paul 18
Santorum 16

Thanks for playing.


Anonymous said...


Doug NYC GOP said...

Mine was a "sneer at death" prediction.

Didn't think Sat was going to go well but said Dam the torpedos anyway.

Florida's a different story.

But you can have your jollies.

BTW, do you keep all that data at your finger tips?

That's pretty weird.

Anonymous said...

Rubio likes both of them, therefore remaining neutral.

Anonymous said...

If Rubio likes BOTH of them for president, he has no discernment. I've had a leery feeling about him for some time. Being young, he's understandably protecting his future career. But he doesn't strike me as a stand-up guy. Hope time will prove me wrong.