Sunday, April 8, 2012

Gingrich: I will work as hard for Mitt Romney as I Would for Myself

Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich  (Credit: Getty)
During an interview on 'Fox News Sunday,' former speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich talked about the Republican Primary: 
Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich said his rival Mitt Romney is “far and away” the most likely candidate to win the Republican nomination.
Later in the interview Gingrich went on to say he will help Romney to defeat Obama,
"If Romney is the nominee, I will work as hard for him as I would for myself during the fall campaign. Republicans are all committed to defeating Democratic President Barack Obama, a “genuine radical,” Gingrich said.

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zoomzoomz said...

Well hallelujah!!! I hope he can help in anyway possible. He is articulate and experienced, so I'm glad he's coming on board.

Anonymous said...

Glad to see he's not spending anymore time in the race bashing or lying about Romney. He's look more adult than he did 2 months ago, thankfully! would be nice to see the most childish candidate in the race do the same thing. "Fight" is one thing.........but revenge, jealousy, being used as a "tool" by others to "contest" this race, etc. should be "deadly" to any political future.

Anonymous said...

Now if only Santorum would get the memo.

Slick-Willy said...

Santorum will drop out on April 25th, the day after he loses PA.

I'm glad to have Newt on board. However, he's done very little work thus far, so he probably won't add much value to Romney's bid.

Anonymous said...

I have a hunch that Santorum will suspend his campaign this week, on Tuesday 4/10, because of the continued hospitalization of his gravely ill baby daughter. This is the perfect time and the perfect reason to drop out. If there is a God, Karen Santorum will prevail on her husband to do the right thing for Bella and all their children.

As for Newt's promise to work as hard for the nominee as he's done for himself, YIKES! It's impossible to imagine a lazier campaigner for the presidency than Newt has been. Let's just hope the Romney camp doesn't give Newt and Callista an expense account! His support may be marginally beneficial with some voters in the fall (??), provided he doesn't shoot off his mouth in arrogant, over-the-top, offensive statements. BTW, he surely doesn't want Romney to win.

Machtyn said...

There are holdout Gingrich supporters. These are the supporters I've heard call various programs and saying, "Newt's my number 1, but no way in hades am I voting for Santorum."

Newt is a true politician. He hung on a little too long in my opinion. I suppose Newt had to wait for Santorum to put his foot in his mouth so he could look like the better guy for not throwing Romney and the GOP under the bus.

Santorum is in a real pickle He's continued the lies and the personal attacks, the vindictiveness and whining. I truly wish his daughter well. I REALLY hope that he is not using this as a ploy to garner sympathy or votes.

My favorite line from the article: "I hit him as hard as I could, he hit me as hard as he could -- turned out he had more things to hit with than I did," Gingrich said. "That's part of the business."

Anonymous said...

Newt just needs Mitt to pay off his campaign debt

Anonymous said...

Is this a joke? Newt working as hard for Mitt as he did for himself?

I wonder if he meant to be funny.