Thursday, August 9, 2012

Newt Gingrich to assist Romney with Welfare charge calling the President the "Anti-Clinton" (Full Conference Call 08-08-12)

They were fierce rivals during the Republican primary campaign, but now Newt Gingrich is preparing to wade into the debate over changes to welfare on behalf of Mitt Romney.

Gingrich – who suggested to senior Romney advisers they take on the welfare issue - has been asked to participate in a conference call on behalf of the Romney campaign, expected to take place Wednesday, according to a Gingrich source. He will also do a number of television interviews and will write an op-ed in a conservative publication to buttress Romney's position.
The full story is HERE.

In an RNC Conference call today, Newt Gingrich calls President Obama the 'Anti-Clinton:

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Anonymous said...

This is off topic but I thought you might enjoy it. A Palinbot is posting this all over FB. He actually thinks Sarah will win with her plan and leave Romney in the dust.

"Red Tracy
Romney Delegates please abstain from voting Romney on the first ballot. LET’S PLEASE HAVE A FREE ELECTION!!! LET’S KEEP THE RIGHTS FOR ALL DELEGATES TO VOTE - not a forced upon fixed only ONE candidate. Than allow everyone to vote FREELY for ALL candidates with the second ballot. But to take the Delegate’s RIGHT away to vote who they want to vote for - is UNCONSITUTIONAL!!!! This is still a free country - let’s keep it that way!!!!

We want a FREE ELECTION where the Delegates have a CHOICE on August 27th:
Please contact Your Delegate and tell them you do not want a forced upon Presumptuous candidate (announced before he had 1144 delegates). LET'S FIGHT FOR THE RIGHT FOR DELEGATES TO VOTE FOR WHOMSOEVER THEY WANT.
Not the candidate chosen and fixed before the elections! Let's go to a Brokered Convention!!!!! See:
via Duane Langenberg"

newark hawk said...

That FB post ^^^ sounds like Rupert Murdoch, Rush Limbaugh or Mark Levin wrote it.

Anonymous said...

Any of those three kooks could have written it, however, I think it's a hard core Palinbot who doesn't understand how elections work.

Anonymous said...

I still don't like him.


p.s. I think this is self-serving and detracts from Mitt's campaign because people will agree with the president just to avoid being on the same side as Newt Gingrich.